Oct 17
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                                        October 18th, 2021

 

Happy Sunday out there to the Ian Bazalgette families. We are looking forward to a great week this week as students return to us from the Fall Break.  We hope our students were able to catch their breath and are ready to come back as we make our way into an important part of the year for learning. 

 

This Monday staff will be coming together as the CBE System focusses on how we can impact the next steps in Truth and Reconciliation and in supporting our Indigenous community.  We will be supported in this work from our Indigenous team from the system and we are committed to learning and supporting each other as we support our students at Ian Bazalgette School. I have also attached a copy of the TRC commitment that we made last June and will be a focus of our professional development tomorrow.

 

We are hosting some Volleyball games this week at Ian Bazalgette for the first time in 16 months.  It will be exciting to see our students competing and showing off their skills on the volleyball court. Just a reminder that there are no spectators allowed for these games at this time.  Please know that your participation as a spectator is missed, however we want to continue to respond appropriately to COVID protocols in keeping everyone safe as they participate.  We will keep you updated on spectator participation as it evolves.

 

We received our Fall RAM this past week.  This is the process we use to determine the budgets for the year.  Our process is a challenge this year as we are down 38 students from what the projections were in the Spring.  This means there will be some staffing changes coming. The leadership team will be working on a plan as we figure out how to manage the school with a significant change to our budget.

 

We want to thank those parents that connected with their child's teacher at the conferences prior to the break.  Please do not hesitate to at any time reach out and connect with your child's teacher if you have questions about their performance at school.  These conversations do not have to wait until conferences to occur.  At any point your child's teacher will be able to provide you with how they are performing academically and beyond.

 

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Oct 17
Principal's Weekly Message


Sep 19
Principal's Weekly Message

 

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                                        September 19th, 2021

 

Good morning Ian Bazalgette community, I hope this finds you enjoying a good weekend.  We continue to express our appreciation to our parents as we continue to move learning forward for our students.  This past Friday teachers connected to discuss areas of focus for the learning that we believe will support our students in great ways.  This will partly be captured and shared with you later this week during the Meet the Teacher opportunity on Thursday.

 

The Meet the Teacher evening will be one that is in an online format.  We will be sending out links to videos that teachers are finishing up this week that will discuss their area of learning and share some more insights as to their particular area.  Along with the presentations we will be sending the Curriculum Letters out which will give you some ideas about where the learning is going between now and December.  We hope all this information will help you have a clearer picture of the learning at school.  We have taken this approach for the Meet the Teacher as we know that in October we will be also meeting to discuss student progress.  Please know that at any time if you have questions about your child's experience at school that reaching out to your child's homeroom teacher would be welcomed.

 

Tomorrow our school is a polling station and we are excited to be hosting this important part of democracy.  As a result we will have more congestion along the street out front as we have the community coming in to vote.  Please have some additional patience during the drop off and pick up times at the school as we look to support democracy. We have some classes that will be making their way down to the gym to observe the voting process and are excited they will get the chance to see this live and in action.

 

We continue to have a nice start-up of athletics once again with both the girls and boys soccer teams playing this past week.  We also had our first cross country event last week with several students finishing in the top 20 J.  Good luck to our soccer and cross-country athletes this week.  We also continue to have volleyball try-outs take place and are excited with the level of participation in those as well.

 

Have a great Sunday out there Ian Bazalgette families.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher Online

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Thursday September 30th – No school for students and staff – National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Thursday October 7th – Last of Classes prior to Fall-Break

Thursday October 7th – Parent Teacher Student Conferences 4-8pm

Friday October 8th – Parent Teacher Student Conferences 8-12pm

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Sep 12
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                                        September 12th, 2021

 

Good evening Ian Bazalgette community, I hope this finds you having enjoyed a good weekend.  We want to start this week by thanking everyone this past week as we had to once again make some shifts in the schedules and respond to some of the new expectations around cohorting.  The students have responded in an amazing way and we want to thank them for being so understanding. 

 

We also had our first set of try-outs this week as soccer and cross-country started up.  This coming week we will have Volleyball tryouts starting.  We would encourage all students who are interested to come and tryout.  Students need to keep an eye on the schedule by the gymnasium. 

 

We will be sending out the curriculum letters to parents later this week.  Staff have created the first draft now that they have some assessment in place from the first few weeks of students in.  It is exciting to hear about all the assessment that is going on and want our students to keep knowing themselves as learners.  It is exciting to see students when they grasp a new concept or finally conquer their understanding. 

 

This coming week we are going to have our 3 relocatables arrive.  This is the next big stage of having additional teaching space at Ian Bazalgette.  We are anticipating our enrollment to continue to grow over the next few years hence the arrival of these.

 

We had our first field trip in almost two years this past week.  It is exciting to see the opportunities that are now available for our students.  I want to thank our grade 7's who went as I heard they were outstanding ambassadors for our school.  I heard the students had a great day of learning and interactivity down at the AgriumJ.  Thanks grade 7's.

 

We want to continue to thank our parent community for a great start to the year J.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher Online

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Thursday September 30th – No school for students and staff – National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Friday October 7th – Last of Classes Prior to Fall Break

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Sep 06
Principal's Weekly Message

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                                        September 6th, 2021

 

Good morning Ian Bazalgette community I hope this finds you in amazing ways this long weekend.  We have had an interesting start to the school year as we head into September.  We are excited by how we have come to know our students so far and the planning that is well under way for the next steps in the learning.  Over the next week we will be creating our Curriculum letters that will guide the learning for the next few months as teachers plan out some amazing opportunities for students to delve deeply into thinking and learning.  On Friday teachers shared with each other what they have learned so far and I cannot express the depth of what was shared.  It brings me such excitement to think about what the next steps will bring.

 

On Tuesday we will be asking students to report to their homerooms first thing.  We are having to re-schedule student timetables in grade 7, 8, 9.  We had started the year with no cohorts in complimentary classes as per the information we had.  Since the start of the year for us, new direction has since come and we are having to cohort our students by grade.  As such the complimentary classes have to change to meet this expectation.  We know this is not ideal, but we want to ensure we continue to meet the expectations in place to keep students and staff safe.

 

We are also excited to announce that inter-school sports has returned to us this year.  As such tryouts for soccer, cross country and volleyball will be starting over the next few weeks.  Students can find out when try-outs are by looking on the information board outside of the main gymnasium.  Unfortunately, our grade 6's are not able to participate on these teams at this time as the system continues to respond to the no mixed cohorts for students in grade 6.  The PE Team will be offering opportunities for our grade 6's to have an athletic opportunity either at lunch time or afterschool.  Once the schedule has been set we will be sure to announce this out to our 6's. 

 

We are also happy to announce that students will once again be leaving the school for learning trips beyond the walls of the school.  Teachers are looking at opportunities to expand the learning and will be making some decisions over the next few months about how this can look for our students.

 

As we look to keep our students safe at the start and end of the day during drop off and pick up please be mindful of the crosswalk and the no parking zones.  We are asking parents to try and arrange drop off and pick up beyond these locations as we want our students to get to school and to get home safely.

 

We want to thank our parent community for a great start to the year J.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher Online

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Thursday September 30th – No school for students and staff – National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Friday October 7th – Last of Classes Prior to Fall Break

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Aug 29
Principal's Weekly Message

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                                        August 29th, 2021

 

Good afternoon Ian Bazalgette families.  We hope this finds you well on this beautiful weekend.  With our first full week behind us we are on our way to establishing the routines necessary to get into some really good learning opportunities.  Teachers have been using these first few weeks to get to know your child and then we are going to use that information to inform our first Learning cycle of the year from September through to December.  Over the next week we will be creating the curriculum letters that have been informed by the learning that has taken place so far. We have been impressed with much of the learning that has taken place and this gives us the confidence of the year of learning we are embarking on.

 

Over the next few weeks know that we are starting the athletics opportunity for our students.  We are excited after a year of no athletics and co-curricular to have these opportunities back for our students.  It will be exciting to see students out wearing Baz gear again representing our school. The first sports that will be available is cross-country and soccer, followed by volleyball in late September.  As we come to understand the protocols involved in those sports we will be sure to communicate them out to the students and to you. 

 

A big reminder that tomorrow is our school picture day.  Students will receive id cards with these pictures.  This card will have elevated importance this year as they will be how students can access their printing when printing school work.

 

The CBE system leadership has updated some of the language and the expectations of schools as they organize for instruction.  We are taking a look at the impact of some changes that have been communicated this past Wednesday and what that means for our organization at school.  We may have some changes coming to students schedules this week as a result.  More information to come this week.

 

Just a reminder we have been asked to relay that we continue to limit unscheduled visitors to the school.  If you need to connect with a teacher one on one or meet with administration please call the school to book an appointment prior to arriving.  If you are meeting your child at school or picking them up please contact the office and we will call the student down and send them out accordingly.  We continue to look for ways in which we are limiting our visitors at the school.

 

Jamie-Dee and I want to continue to thank you and our students for the really great start we have had to the year so far.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Monday September 6th – No School

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher Online

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Thursday September 30th – No school for students and staff – National Truth and Reconciliation Day

Friday October 7th – Last of Classes Prior to Fall Break

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Aug 22
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                            August 22nd, 2021

 

Good evening to the Ian Bazalgette community.  I want to than all of our families for such a great start to the school year last week.  We were so excited to see the students back at school with many of them smiling (with their eyes) as they returned to classes. 

 

The students were able to connect with their friends and with their teachers and go through a few days of their schedule.  Some students will be changing their complimentary class come Monday as some changes have been requested.  The complimentary teachers met on Friday and re-organized the classes accordingly.  We will be having students report to their homeroom classes first thing tomorrow morning and we will hand out the new schedules to the students.  Some changes were not available as the class was not offered during the time students are in that complimentary block, or the student is registered in that class for the second term.  We know this experience is important for our students so we will continue to work with students to get it right.

 

Over the next few weeks we will have some of the co-curricular opportunities available for our students.  These opportunities will include open gym in the morning and after school, intramurals at lunch time and athletics.  We are only allowed to mix cohorts at the grade 7 – 9 grade so we will look to organize opportunities for our grade 6's throughout the year. We will have a bulletin board at the school where students will be able to find out more information on these opportunities. I will also be sending out information as it gets firmed up. It will be exciting to see our students involved in these activities once again.

 

We want to thank our families for the support in wearing masks at school.  Our students have been so amazing in respecting this ask in keeping all of us a little safer at this time.  Our students are also doing a great job of being to school on time both in the morning and after lunch.  Thanks to our parents for supporting us on these management aspects of school.  Just a reminder that if your child is not at school or is late to please call the office.

 

We are pleased to announce that we have finally hired a permanent secretary in the office to help Sheila out.  Her name is Teresa Carey.  Teresa will be starting on Monday and will enable us to have some more support in the office through the day.  Office hours moving forward will be:

 

Monday – Thursday 7:45am – 3:30pm

Friday 7:45am – 1:30pm

 

Under most circumstances we will have someone in the office during these hours.  Please know that if you call your call may go to voicemail as they may be busy with a student or a staff member.  At this time we are not to have parents show up to the school unscheduled.  If you need to come to the school please book an appointment prior to arriving.  This falls into the protocols that the CBE has in place for the near future.

 

Thanks again to our parents and we hope week 2 goes as well as week 1.

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families.

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Monday September 6th – No School

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher (Format to be determined)

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Friday October 7th – Last of Classes Prior to Fall Break

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 10th – No School for students – Organizational Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume​


Aug 22
Principal's Weekly Message


Aug 15
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

“How do I use my resiliency to create sustainability for myself, my community, and the world?"

 

                                                                                                            August 15th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families.  I want to welcome you to the first week of the 2021 – 2022 school year.  Teachers and staff have been at the school this past week getting ready for the first day of school on Tuesday.  We are excited to welcome our students back and to welcome those new to Ian Bazalgette with the anticipation of a great school year to come.

 

Above you will notice the guiding question that will guide our learning this year.  We are looking to build on the concept of resiliency that was explored last year.  We are going to be asking our students to consider what sustainability means to themselves and the world around them.  I realize this is a term that gets used frequently, we want our students to see the real and conceptual applications of this concept in their lives both here at Ian Bazalgette and beyond.  This term can be applied to so many aspects of life and we are excited to see where this will take the learning this year.

 

On Thursday and Friday teachers made phone calls to parents of students in their homerooms.  If they did not connect with you, they will attempt again on Monday.  The key messaging beyond welcome to another school year is that the homeroom teacher will be the point of contact for you and the school.  If you have any questions, please start with them as they can then direct you accordingly.  We also relayed that school starts at 8:15am on Tuesday with doors opening up at 8:00am.  Students will be asked to go to their homerooms to spend the day there as we get the year organized and set. The day will end at 2:35pm. Students will have their school supplies at school so there is no need for students to bring supplies.  Students only need to bring with them lunch / snacks / water bottle.  Students will not have access to lockers while at school at this point.  We are reminding students to ensure they leave their valuables at home. 

 

With the news conference by the provincial government on Friday we have had several questions come to the school about COVID procedures.  At this point the CBE is asking all students and staff to wear masks while at school.  Students that need exceptions to this are asked to follow the exception process that was in place when we left in June.  Students in grade 6 will be cohorted for the day including their PE and lunch time. Grade 7 – 9 students will be in their instructional groups for their core academic and PE classes, they will have mixed cohorts for their complimentary classes.  We will have hand sanitizing stations set up in the classrooms and throughout the school and will be once again encouraging all students / staff to be using these or washing their hands frequently. If a student is not feeling well we will be calling home and going from there as far as whether the student should go home or stay at school.  One aspect that we learned this past year was that when students and staff are not feeling well staying at home does help prevent the spread and does keep our school community healthier.

 

We are in the process of hiring our last staff member for the front office.  After a year of being shorthanded in that space we are excited to have that support there.  Once the hire is in place we will share with the community.  In the meantime, we are asking our community to please be patient with Sheila there as she attempts to answer questions, support and keep us all organized.  Sheila is amazing and if she doesn't have the answer she will forward on and we will attempt to get the information to you in a timely fashion. Our office hours Mon - Thurs are from 8:00am – 3:30pm and 8:00am – 2:00pm on Friday.  If no one answers please leave a message and we will get back to you.

 

Lunchtime is always an interesting time in middle school.  Our grade 6's are expected to stay on school grounds, while our grade 7 through 9 students have more freedom.  Our grade 6's will eat lunch in their homerooms if they are in class 6-1 through 6-5.  Our 6-6 class will eat in the bistro.  Grade 6 students will eat from 11:30 – 11:45 and then they will be directed outside.  There is dedicated supervision for our grade 6 students at all times.  Our grade 7-9 students will be directed to head outside for lunch during this time.  They will be outside until 12:04 when we will open the doors again to welcome them back in.  There is always supervision outside on the school grounds as well for all students. 

 

In two weeks we will begin, clubs and other activities for students to participate in while they are at school.  Students will have many opportunities to get involved in different activities and I will be excited to share this comprehensive list with you next week as we finalize our clubs, teams and other activities.  We know how important these opportunities are for our students and we will be excited to once again offer them while we can.

 

There is so much to share at the start of a school year and we do not want to overwhelm you with everything at once.  We hope that as you send your child off to school on Tuesday that you can do so with the confidence and trust in us that we are here to help your child have an amazing learning year at school. We have assembled a staff that I have trust and faith in and know they will always act in the best interests of your child at all times.  I look forward to seeing our students back and am excited to begin my 30th year as an educator with themJ.

 

 

Stay well out there to our Ian Bazalgette families.

 

 

 

Terry and Jamie-Dee

 

 

Important Upcoming Dates

Tuesday August 17th – Day 1 for students

Monday September 6th – No School

Thursday September 23rd – Meet the Teacher (Format to be determined)

Friday September 24th – No School for students - Organizational Day

Friday October 7th – Last of Classes Prior to Fall Break

October 11th – 15th – No School - Fall Break

Monday October 18th – No School for students – System Professional Development Day

Tuesday October 19th – Classes resume

Wednesday November 10th – Parent / Student / Teacher Conferences (Format to be determined)

Thursday November 11th – Remembrance Day – No school

Friday November 12th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday November 26th – No School for students – Professional Development Day

Friday December 10th – No School for students – Organizational Day

Friday December 17th – Last Day of Classes prior to Winter Break

Thursday January 6th – Classes resume

 

 

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Jun 27
Principal's Weekly Message

 

 

How do we tell the story of resilience?

 

                                                                                                                                                                  June 26th, 2021

 

Good morning to the Ian Bazalgette families. 

 

Well here we are at the last parent message for the 2020-2021school year. I hope this finds you enjoying the weekend and the great weather that we deserve. It has been quite the year and one not to be forgotten.  As we took up the work in looking to tell the story of resilience, our community has certainly had to dig into the resilience bucket many many times. It goes without saying that our collective resilience has been tested time and time again this year as we responded to this pandemic and the consequences of it. As a society we are not out of it yet, but we are grateful for all the support, patience, words of encouragement and understanding you have had with us this year as we have attempted to deliver a meaningful year of learning for your child.  We know there has been impact and we know that the resilience of our students have been tested and reinforced. Our students can look back at this time in years to come and know their capacity to be resilient is there within and they can move forward with the conviction of knowing they can do it.

 

There are many activities of coming together and celebrating the year together planned for tomorrow. Some of those plans will be affected by the weather and the hot forecast that is predicted.  Students will be reminded to drink lots of water and may be outside for limited time.  Please help us by reminding them to drink water and if they have a hat to please bring it as these will help the students enjoy the activities much better. 

 

Report Cards this year will be available in the Online “MyCBE" portal.  Report cards are open for viewing by parents starting yesterday.  If you do not have the “MyCBE" app or have not signed up for it you are encouraged to do so.  We will have time on Tuesday June 29th from 8-12 if you need to connect with your child's teacher about any questions or concerns about their final assessment. 

 

The end of June come with many good-byes. Our first and most significant good-bye is with our grade 9's.  As they head off to high school, I want to wish them all success as they take the final stage of their time towards achieving a High School Diploma.  I am saddened as I have gotten to know our 9's as I would have liked.  Again one of the consequences of missing out visiting them often in class, seeing them in the halls, on sports teams, at clubs and most certainly without a mask. I know our teachers talk encouragingly of their knowledge, their compassion and their ability to be awesome in their learning.  I know through talking with several of our 9's they are also sad to be leaving Ian Bazalgette, but excited about what next year will hold.  We thank them and wish them all the best as they move on to grade 10.

 

Other moves will also be coming to us at Ian Bazalgette School.  We work in a profession that enables teachers and staff to have much choice in the profession. Over the years due to many circumstances many teachers while looking to develop their careers have not had the ability to look for a move as the system was not in a place to support those moves.  This year we have had opportunities as professionals to take up opportunities for growth as educators.  So, as a result we will be saying good-bye to a few staff members as they move beyond Ian Bazalgette to other opportunities. Ms. Ballentine, Ms. Bowman and Ms. Pham will all be moving next year to other CBE schools and I want to thank them as they take on new learning in their new schools. Mr. Rhodes is moving beyond the CBE to a new adventure and we wish him all the best at his new school next year. Ms. Wallace, Mr. Segovia, Mr. Giminez, Ms. May and Ms. Gill due to their contract status at this point will not be coming back to us at Ian Bazalgette, but we are hopeful they will continue to have opportunities to teach as we have come to appreciate what they have brought to us at Ian Bazalgette. We also said good-bye this past week to Ms. Winslow one of our EA's who has decided to take on retirement and all the enjoyment that brings with it.  As we head into next year we will assemble a great team to support some great teaching and learning for those returning to us. 

 

I want to close by thanking you for trusting us with your child every day, while we support them along this very important journey. Have an amazing summer, I hope our students enjoy the well-deserved break and come back to school fresh and ready in August.

 

Stay well.

 

 

Terry

 

Important Upcoming Dates

June 26th – Report Cards available online

June 28th – Last day of school for students

June 29th – Appeals Day

June 30th – Org Day

August 17th – First Day of school for 21-22 School Year​


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