Jun 12
Weekly Meessage - June 12

Good Morning Everyone

As we move toward the end of our very interesting, challenging, and, I trust for all of us, a ‘character building’ school year, I want to encourage everyone to push hard right to the end of the term. Teachers and Admin staff continue to be here to support you in these important last few days of the year – please continue to reach out to any of us if you need help in any way.

 

A few notes as the days of our 2019-2020 school year wind down:

  • A reminder to all students that on-line classes will end on June 15, 2020
  • Please remember to collect your belongings from your lockers and such, and remember to call the school ahead of time and arrange for a time to come and gather your things.  Please note that all textbooks have been taken from the lockers and returned to the business office.
  • Grade 12s have been provided a schedule that details when they can come to Churchill to collect their graduation certificates, caps and yearbooks, and to return their textbooks.  Please see your CBE educbe.ca email account for the details. 
  • A ‘drive by’ textbook drop off has been arranged for those grade 10 and grade 11 students who still have theirs.  Secured bins are located outside the front door and the Phys Ed / Parking lot door and will be available from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm – June 15 to June 19 and June 22 to June 26.
  • As items are returned and processed, any possible refunds are being mailed out. 
  • Grade 10 and grade 11 students will receive their yearbooks in the fall
  • While we are planning for the 2020 -2021 school year, students and families need to be aware that there will most likely be some modifications to the start–up in the fall. We will keep everyone up to date as plans and decisions for next year are being made. 

I want to thank everyone again for their diligence and discipline through these challenging times – I’m impressed by how quickly and effectively our students, teachers and staff have pivoted to the new teaching model that the pandemic has forced on us, and trust that we’ll all take positive lessons away from how adaptable we’ve proved to be, lessons that will benefit us for the rest of our lives.

Have a great weekend, and be good to each other.

Mr. A Rajan

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