Nov 19
William Roper Hull School – A Message from the Principal
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We are now well into the school year and already have many things to celebrate.  To that end, 
please join us at William Roper Hull School on Thursday, November 21 from 4:30 – 7:30pm for our Annual Celebration of Learning.  All students, families, and caregivers are encouraged to attend. Dinner for guests will be available at 5:00pm.  Please come by and see what your children have been up to thus far this school year.  The learning and growth has been rich, and our students are eager to share.

The Celebration of Learning will also mark the culmination of our Annual Book Fair, which runs 
Monday, November 18 through to the end of the event on Thursday, November 21.  Proceeds from all purchases benefit our school.

October was a busy month at our school, with the tremendous gifts of our students from Grades 1 through 12 on full display at our first Talent Show of the year.  We also continued our commitment to Indigenous learning and reconciliation.  In addition to thoughtful teaching and learning in this regard, students and staff engaged in our first Walk for Wenjack event on the Hull Campus.  Academically, our school has dedicated extensive focus on the development of Literacy amongst students in all of our classrooms.  And, as always, social-emotional learning and development remains at the core of all we do at William Roper Hull.

Our Twitter account is up and gaining followers regularly.  Please follow us on Twitter to see some of the great things happening at this wonderful place of learning.  You can follow us at 
https://twitter.com/HullSchool or through the link on our school website.

We look forward to seeing you on November 21, and in the meantime (and always), please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or feedback that you may for us.

Sincerely,

Joe Sturgeon

Principal, William Roper Hull School 

403.251.8022

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