Jun 05
Lunchtime!

​We will be making changes to our lunchtime routine! We will now be having one lunch break which will run from 12:00-12:39. During this timeframe, half the school will be eating in their classrooms while the other half is playing outside; then we will switch at the halfway mark. This means that students will be playing with students in a new grade level (grade 1s and 3s will be playing together, and the grade 2s and 4s will be playing together). Students will also be able to select the location they wish to play in!  Of course we will continue to have the required number of supervisors to support students in this new play adventure.

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