Jun 22
Summer is Almost Here

Summer Time is Here!

 

Another school year has come and gone and I would like to thank the Thorncliffe learning community for a fantastic year. Reflecting on the year we had many learning successes while still being challenged with the pandemic. Once again, students and staff at Thorncliffe School rose to the occasion and demonstrated resiliency and determination as they continued to learn regardless of the circumstances.

Over the summer please encourage your son/daughter to read and be engaged in some mindfulness activities. Encourage them to disengage with electronic devices and enjoy the outdoors, interact with family and friends, and stay connected to the land.

The office at Thorncliffe will re- open to the public on August 25th 2022 between 9:30am – 1:30pm. Teachers will be present in the school starting on August 29th 2022 at 9:00am.

Have a great summer and see you in September!

 

Glen Steed

Principal

Thorncliffe School​


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