Any parent in need of registering their child for school is welcome to come by next week starting on August 29th. Although secretaries will not be in, Administration will be and will gladly help you get your child registered for the new school year. Please ensure you bring your child’s birth certificate and proof of residency (a bill that indicates your address for example).
Mrs. Miller, Secretary, will be in on Tuesday morning, and the office will be closed all-day on Wednesday, August 30th and re-open the next day.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the school next week or you are welcome to email: email@example.com
The school office officially closes on June 30th at 4:00 pm for the summer. The office will re-open for registration and information on August 29th at 8:30 am. The office will be closed all-day on August 31st as secretarial staff and Administration are attending training sessions. If you have any questions, please do feel free to contact the office at 250-785-2025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are in the process of archiving many photos and printed materials related to the school’s history. As you are aware the school was established in 1967. We would like to archive class photos and articles and house these documents in the library for all to access. If you are available to help out and/or support these efforts, please contact the office at 250-785-2025 or email email@example.com.
Please click below to find the student school supply list sorted by grade. The school is not ordering student school supplies this year. Please ensure your child has his/her supplies for Thursday, September 8th, 2016. StudentSupplyLists2016-17
The following newsletter was enclosed with your child’s report card. It contains important information for September 2016. It is attached as: Yearendnewsletter 2016.
A reminder to parents that our new K students are invited to visit the school the morning of June 21st from 9:00 to 11:00 am. New students will be divided up and spend the morning with one of the current kindergarten classes. Students will participate in some planned activities, visit the playground as well as get on the bus with their new K buddy for a safety presentation.
Phone call invitations have been made. If you did not get a call and are registered for Kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year, please do come out and join us! Parents are welcome to drop off their child and/or remain with their child.
Please feel free to call the office is you have any questions.
Our grade 6 classes will be participating in two main activities this year including a full-day at Beatton Park on June 22nd. Students will spend the day doing various activities including a water fight and a BBQ lunch. Grade 6 parents are welcome to come out and join us! On June 22nd, students have organized a “Neon” themed dance from 1:30-4:00 pm. Snacks will be provided. Parents are also welcome, but there will not be any formal presentations. Year-end assembly will commence at 9:45 am on June 23rd. Grade 6 parents are encouraged to attend as grade 6 students will be honored as they complete their elementary years with us at Charlie Lake.
The last week of school is upon us! Students are finished the 2015-16 school year on June 23rd at 11:45 am. Busses will run after dismissal. The are several items of lost & found on display in hallways. Please feel free to stop by and take a look.
The year-end assembly will take place on June 23rd and start at 9:45 am; we will be celebrating student achievement as well as honoring and saying farewell to our grade 6 students as they move on the middle school. Parents are encouraged to attend. The Kindergarten students will also do a short presentation at assembly as well. Any questions about year-end assembly can be directed to the office staff.
Report Cards will be distributed at dismissal on June 23rd. If you are unable to collect your child’s report card that day, the office will be open until June 30th. Feel free to stop by.
If you have any further questions or require clarification about events this week, please contact your child’s teacher and/or the office at 250-785-2025.
We would like to extend an invitation to all of our parent and community volunteers to come to our volunteer tea. It is an opportunity to come out so we can say thank you for all that you do for our school. There will be refreshments and food in the gym starting at 3:30 pm. Invitations have been sent out in the hopes that we had not missed anyone. Please do come out as we’d very much like to show our appreciation! If you have any questions, please do contact the school.
Intermediate Fun Day is scheduled for June 15th at the school; should the weather not cooperate, teachers do have alternate indoor activities planned for students. Please ensure your child is dressed for the weather. PAC will be serving hot dogs for lunch. If you did NOT order online, then your child will need a lunch.
Primary Fun Day is scheduled for this Friday, June 17th. PAC is serving hot dogs for lunch. If you did NOT order online, then please ensure your child has a lunch. Please also ensure that your child has a recess snack. Students will be outside for the majority of the day, so please ensure they are dressed for the weather. The PAC is sponsoring a dunk tank that afternoon to raise funds for guided reading materials. ALL students will have the chance to see this event. Should you wish to participate, the cost if $2 for 3 balls for students and $3 for 3 balls for adults. So far, we have Ms. Stephens, Ms. Dressler, Ms. Coccola and Mr. Longley who have volunteered to be in the tank. Should the weather not cooperate that day, fun day and the dunk tank will be cancelled.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school. As always, parents are most welcome to come out and join us!