Jul 02
Have a Great Summer!

Dear Treasured Taradale Families,

It is time for us to close our year - a year like no other.

 

We would like to thank the many families who came to the school to gather up their children’s school supplies and personal belongings.  It was a great turn out of parents.  Thank you as well for following our alphabetical schedule and for following the safety guidelines.  We really appreciated your help.  

 

We hope you had an opportunity to view our Taradale Treasure video, from all of us to all of you.  We wanted to reach out and send a very special closing to our school year.

We hope our video will lift your spirits. 

 

We are also filling our Taradale school windows with hearts, sending our TLC to you.

Our hearts will be displayed all summer long, so you know we are thinking about you.  

 

Together we are Taradale Strong.

 

On behalf of everyone at Taradale School, we want to thank you for supporting us as we created and transitioned to Ongoing Learning at home.  It has been quite an amazing journey. 

 

Our students learned.

Our parents learned.

Our teachers learned.

 

It is time to pause …… and celebrate JOY.

 

You will find JOY in the most unusual places and you bring JOY to others, just by being you.

 

Please continue to check the CBE website, during the summer, for updated information.  Visit www.cbe.ab.ca

 

Again, from the bottom of our hearts, we continue to send our very special care to you and your families.      

 

We will continue to …

Dream, Believe, Achieve

 

Most sincerely,

Jacki McLaren and Raun Rainbow

Taradale School

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