School News & Announcements

Request for Virtual Learning

posted Oct 19, 2020, 11:51 AM by Sean Crookshank

If you would like to request virtual learning for your child, you MUST fill out the form at the link below by midnight on Thursday, October 22. You must fill out this survey even if you are currently on the virtual learning waitlist.

Thanksgiving Monday: No School

posted Oct 9, 2020, 8:29 AM by Sean Crookshank

Just a reminder that there is no school on Monday, October 12th as it is Thanksgiving.  Enjoy the time with your family and continue to stay safe.  Blessing to all our St. Brother André families.

Bus Update

posted Oct 6, 2020, 7:47 AM by Sean Crookshank

We have been advised that Route M41(Blue Bus) will be cancelled October 7, 8, 9. Parents will need to make alternate transportation arrangements for these days.

October Newsletter

posted Oct 2, 2020, 11:42 AM by Sean Crookshank

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Gracious God, we come before you in thanksgiving for the gifts you have given. The colour of this season reminds us of the beauty You alone can create. We are thankful for the food You provide in the harvest. You have filled the earth with your gifts. You have blessed us. We are ever grateful, Lord, and we continue to sing your praises.

Principal’s Message

As we all lead our busy lives, we must remind ourselves and our children to pause and take a moment to be thankful for the many wonderful things we are blessed with in our lives.  This is especially true as we continue to navigate so many changes that have and continue to take place during this unique time.   We wish you all the best during this time of thanks,

Sean Crookshank

Principal                     

Provincial Report Cards

Once again this year, elementary students in Gr. 1—8 will bring home a fall progress report card (Nov.) and two provincial report cards, one in winter (Feb.) and one at the end of the school year (June).

The fall progress report card:

  encourages early and ongoing communication between you and your child’s teacher.

  Tells you how well your child is developing the learning skills and work habits we know are essential for success

  Continues to report on all academic subjects-such as language, math, social studies, science and technology—but instead of assigning a grade or mark, it will tell you how well your child is progressing: “very well”, “well” or “with difficulty”

  Highlights strengths and areas to improve before evaluations are completed

  Includes comments from your child’s teacher that are personalized, clear and meaningful.

  Progress Report cards will go home on Friday, October 31st, 2020 (TBD if paper or electronic).      


Lockdowns and Secured Classroom Drills

Throughout the school year the school carries out a number of drills to ensure the safety of students and staff. One such drill is a fire drill to practice evacuating the school. Another safety drill is a Secure Classroom Drill, in which students are secured within their classrooms. It may be necessary for students to remain in their classroom with their teacher for a variety of reasons such as medical emergencies, and so on. The third type of Drill that is practiced is a Lockdown. In a lockdown classroom doors are locked, lights are turned off and the students and teachers move away from doors and windows, to wait quietly until a Police Officer or the Principal unlocks the classroom door. This procedure would be used in an emergency situation to protect staff and students. Over the last few weeks, this procedure has been  reviewed with staff and students.  Lockdown practices are on hold for now but are discussed in class by staff so students know what to do in the event one is called. If you have any questions about any of these safety procedures, do not hesitate to contact the school.

Remember to be COVIDWise:

W – Wear a mask or face covering where required, or when you cannot maintain a physical distance of two metres (six feet).• I – Isolate yourself from others when you are sick (and get tested promptly if you have COVID-like symptoms).

S – Stay two metres (six feet) apart from those outside your household.

E – Exercise proper hand hygiene; wash your hands regularly or use sanitizer

        especially before touching your face.

Please see the information below for the Parent Verification Form:


The recommendation of the school board is to have parents verify student information via the parent portal. This information is pulled from PowerSchool.  Should you have new or changed information, please email the school with any changes at brother.andre@ocsb.ca . All of the information regarding registration and access to the Parent Portal is found on our website at https://www.ocsb.ca/parentportal/ Staff have been hired to troubleshoot any issues with the portal for the first few weeks of school. 


Opt in to receive emails


To receive all types of email messages, you must opt in. Otherwise, we will only send you emergency and attendance email messages.  (Families with children in our Board since 2017 and who had previously provided Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation(CASL) consent will receive General messages.)


You can opt in by creating an account with SchoolMessenger and choosing your contact preferences for each type of message. To receive any emails sent by the school, your preference must be set to “yes” for General Messages. To receive any emails that may be sent by your child's teacher, your preference must be set to “yes” for Teacher-to-Parent Messaging. 


Create your SchoolMessenger account

  1. Go to ocsb.ca/SchoolMessenger to learn how to create your account.

  2. Create your account using the email address you provided when you registered your child for school.

  3. Choose your contact preferences for each type of message.


Have questions? 

If you are having difficulty creating your parent account, please email the OCSB at School.Messenger@ocsb.ca.


Baptism, First Reconciliation, and First Holy Communion:

 

FirstPrep Ministry at Annunciation of the Lord Parish will be offering preparation for the sacraments for school aged children up to grade 6.

If you would like a Sacrament Preparation Information Letter about our programming this year, please email FirstPrep:   firstprep@annunciation-ottawa.com    

before Friday, October 23rd, 2020. 

Parents who are interested in more information will be asked to register for an online meeting to be held Sunday, October 25 2-3pm.

Online Sacrament Preparation Registration for 2020-21 year will be held between October 26- November 9, 2020.  

Sacrament Preparation Registration will close November 10, 2020.  

Any parent wishing to defer preparation for the sacraments till another year will be welcome to inquire at a later time.

 

Late Arrivals:

As you are aware it is a different time! We are asking parents to please ensure your child arrives between 8:15 and 8:30 and enters through the proper door. We are attempting to keep the flow of traffic to a minimum, particularly in the office area. If your child must be late due to an appointment, please call and notify the school. As parents are not able to enter the school, it is up to Mrs. Benoit to manually sign students in. Also a student being late misses out on important learning time. 


Item Drop Off:

We understand that on occasion a student forgets lunch, homework, etc. If you must drop items off at the front door, please ensure that the student’s name is written clearly. With people wearing masks and the speaker not being the clearest, it is difficult for Mrs. Benoit to know who is getting the delivery. Thank you for your co-operation.

 


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St. Brother And School

1923 Elmridge Drive

Gloucester, ON  K1J 8G7

Phone: 613-741-0100
Email: Brother.Andre@ocsb.ca
Website: ban.ocsb.ca

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Sept. Welcome

posted Sep 10, 2020, 1:24 PM by Sean Crookshank

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MEANING OF THE BOARD’S SPIRITUAL THEME 2018-2021

The three ­year theme represents a natural progression for the Board, as it provides a way for our staff,  students and community to dig deeper in the Gospel to make real and meaningful connections.

 
The third year of the spiritual theme based on Micah 6: 8 will focus on our humble journey with our God. According to Leo Laberge, O.M.I., this humility requires looking to live in a way that is in keeping with the vision or desire of God. Our humility calls us to prayer, to worship, and to ritual.  In other words, the prophet was calling the people to live their faith through sacred worship.  Such humility calls us to share faith with others in a way that is respectful and invitational. We are called to the humility of Jesus who dined with tax collectors and fishermen.  The ministry of Jesus was inclusive and models a sense of finding God in all people and all places.  

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER

I would like to wish everyone a warm welcome as we start off a new school year. The staff has been eagerly

preparing for the upcoming year as we welcome the students back from an extended break from school and into a new school environment. I am honoured to once again be taking on the role of principal to such a dynamic group of staff that are looking forward to working in partnership with you, the parish, and community in providing the learning that will help foster your child’s growth during this unique time.


I am looking forward to an excellent year!!


Sean Crookshank

Principal


STARTING SEPTEMBER 14TH: Walkers/Students being picked up will be dismissed at 2:50 to allow spacing for students taking the bus to line up and enter the bus with proper distancing.


SCHOOL/HOME COMMUNICATION

Parent/School communication is the cornerstone of student success. Again this year, we will have a progress report and two report card periods. You are encouraged to contact your child’s teacher or me at any time throughout the year to discuss his or her progress. Parents know their children best and any information that you believe would help us in designing a program for your child’s success would be greatly appreciated.  It will be important to check the School website often http://ban.ocsb.ca/, Parent Portal, and emails from the school and your child’s educator for up-to-date information. 


Please see the information below for the Parent Verification Form:


The recommendation of the school board is to have parents verify student information via the parent portal. This information is pulled from PowerSchool.  Should you have new or changed information, please email the school with any changes at brother.andre@ocsb.ca . All of the information regarding registration and access to the Parent Portal is found on our website at https://www.ocsb.ca/parentportal/ Staff have been hired to troubleshoot any issues with the portal for the first few weeks of school. 


WELCOME FROM OUR TRUSTEE

Joanne MacEwan, our school trustee, is eagerly looking forward to the new school year. We look forward to working with her.

Joanne.MacEwan@ocsb.ca Phone : 6138420166

Fax : 6132284158

Twitter @JoanneMacEwan


SCHOOL STAFF

Staffing is based on enrollment projections and may be subject to change. We should receive the final staffing

decisions within the next few weeks. Please check our school website for the most up-to-date list.


SCHOOL HOURS

The School Day for students is from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Grades 1-6:

Morning Recess: 9:45—10:00 a.m.

Lunch Hour: 11:15 a.m. —12:15 p.m.

Afternoon Recess: 1:30—1:45 p.m.

***Kindergarten Students are on their own schedule to be determined by the teachers.

Morning drop off begins at 8:15 a.m. Therefore, for safety reasons, it is in the best interests of children who

walk, ride their bicycles or receive a ride from a parent/guardian not to arrive prior to 8:15 a.m. and arrive before 8:30 a.m. so they are not late.


DOORS

Guests are not permitted in the school at this time.  Students that arrive after the bell or from appointments need to be buzzed in to enter the school. For the safety and protection of the students, all doors are kept locked during instructional time.


STUDENT SAFETY AND SECURITY REMINDERS (Drop off and pick up)


STARTING SEPTEMBER 14TH: Walkers/Students being picked up will be dismissed at 2:50 to allow spacing for students taking the bus to line up and enter the bus with proper distancing.


At dismissal and drop off time, there is supervision provided to ensure children safely leave the schoolyard and/or safely board the bus. Staff who are on duty wear bright  vests to ensure that they can be quickly and easily located by children on the yard. Walkie Talkies are carried, to allow for immediate communication between staff on the yard and the front office. Children in Grade 1 to 6 are to be dropped off/picked up at the back gate by the schoolyard.  We request that the accompanying adult not enter the yard. Kindergarten students are picked up at the grass area in front of their classroom door. For those coming across the park area at the back of the school, drop off would be at the edge of the asphalt. This allows teachers on duty to better monitor the yard. The same areas would be designated for pickup.


Children are advised to return to the office should their regular pickup not be waiting for them.  Parents are not permitted in the school yard.  


Bicycles at School: All students riding their bicycles to school must wear a helmet. Locks must be used when the

bicycles are placed in the appropriate stands in the yard. All students must walk their bicycles on school property. We

cannot be responsible for damage to bicycles.


Emergency School Closing: In the event that our school closes in the middle of the day for emergency reasons, your

child should have a prearranged location; a friend or neighbour etc., where s/he can wait if you are not at home.

All parents/guardians would be contacted if the school were to close.  During snow days, when busses are not running, schools remain open but parents are responsible for transporting their students to and from school.


Bus Lane for Buses Only! At the front of the school, there is a designated lane for school buses. This lane is used by our buses when they arrive at school for student drop off and after school for student pick up. If you are dropping off  or picking up your child at school, please do not park in the designated school bus lane. 



Student Information: Up-to-date information regarding your child is very important in case of an emergency during school hours. If there are any changes to your child's current record, please notify the school immediately. Please see the information above for Student Verification forms. Kindly review the information and inform the school of any changes by Friday September 18th .


No Electronics at School: We ask that parents ensure their child keeps any valuables and electronics at home during

school time (Please info your child’s teachers if your child will be bringing in their own Chromebook). Should your child have a cell phone at school,the phone MUST be turned off and left in his/her school bag. The school cannot be responsible for any lost or stolen items.


Indoor/Outdoor Shoes: In order to keep our school clean, and for your child’s safety, we are requesting that students have an indoor pair of shoes and that they put them on immediately upon entering the school. Soles should be non marking.


Drop Off and Pick Up: To ensure the safety of all our students, maintaining routines of dropoff and pickup

are extremely important. If a child takes the bus, then it is expected that every day the child will take the bus. If a child walks or rides a bike, then this is the expected daily routine. Please advise the office if there is a change in drop off and/or pick up routines.


Absences and Late Arrivals: Attendance at school is very important. If your child is to be absent, parents are asked to

call the school. Please leave your child's full name and grade (e.g. 4A) as well as the reason for the absence or late arrival (e.g. illness/ appointment/vacation/sport event/music). Children arriving late MUST report to the office. An answering machine is available 24hrs a day.


HEALTH AND WELLBEING

Sick Children: For the protection of our students and staff, kindly keep your child at home in times of illness, until they are completely well . Please follow the guidelines set out by Ottawa Public Health.


Please use the Ottawa Public Health Screening tool for students each day.

 

 A student should not be sent with a request to remain indoors during recess or lunch hour. Recess and lunch hours are part of the school day and the school is organized and staff is allocated accordingly. Please do not send your child to school with undiagnosed rashes or skin complaints. The school is obligated to contact parents when such cases present themselves and the student must be picked up and should not return until the cause is identified. In the event of an injury, e.g. broken leg, asthmatic condition or other long term disability or where a doctor's certificate is provided, special accommodation will be made.


Epipen, Food Allergies, Inhalers, Allergens:

1 If your child has life threatening allergies or reactions, asthma, or any medical conditions, etc. and requires an

EPIPEN or other medications (puffers, pills, etc.), you and your physician need to complete a "Request and

Consent for Administration of Medication" form and return it to the school with the medication(s). N.B. These forms

must be completed each year.  Please be sure to indicate an alternate "Emergency Medical Contact" in case we cannot reach you.


2 If your child requires an Epipen, they must wear it at all times in a pouch and wear a medicalert bracelet. A

second Epipen must be stored at the front office.


3 As you are probably aware, we have several students with severe allergies to nuts and peanuts. We would like to thank you for continuing to avoid sending any products that do or may contain nuts/peanuts or sesame seeds of any kind to school with your child. Students are also reminded that there is no eating allowed on the bus. If children who have peanut allergies come into contact, either by smell, touch or ingestion with peanuts, they can experience an allergic reaction. Should you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please do not hesitate to call.


4 We are a scent free school so please avoid sending hand sanitizer that is scented with something other than aloe.


Pediculosis (Lice): The Ottawa Carleton Health Department no longer checks schools for head lice. Parents are asked to check their children on a regular basis. Nits (eggs) are oval shaped and stick to the hair. Treatment with special shampoo is required. It is not uncommon for children returning from summer camp, etc. to pick up pediculosis.If you have any questions, please contact the school.


Fifth’s Disease - Please let us know!: Fifth’s Disease is a very mild childhood illness that presents itself with an initial

“slapped cheek” rash. The disease is quite harmless and can often go unnoticed and is not considered reportable under the Ottawa Carleton Health Department guidelines. The Health Department, however, does advise that some caution be exercised for pregnant women, if not immune, as there is some risk to the health of an unborn baby. For the safety of our staff, as well as our volunteer parents, we ask that you report any cases of Fifth’s to the school office as soon as your child has been diagnosed.


Suspected Child Abuse:

"In accordance with the Child and Family Services Act, 1984 , it is the policy of the Ottawa Catholic School Board that all employees shall report suspected cases of child abuse". It is the role of the Children's Aid Society, to whom we report, to investigate such a report. If your child is bruised or marked from an accident, you may wish to let the teacher know the circumstances. Should a report be made to the Children's Aid society, please understand that we are complying with the law and have the best interest of your child in mind.


Tips for a Safe Lunch Box:

Keeping cold foods cold (4°C or below):

∙Place a frozen ice pack, water bottle or juice box beside the cold foods.

∙Use an insulated lunch bag and keep it away from any heat sources.

∙Fresh foods like cut fruit, veggies, meat, eggs, mayo, pasta, rice, milk products and leftovers cannot be left at

room temperature for more than 2 hours.

Keeping hot foods hot (60°C or higher):

∙Use an insulated food jar for foods like soup, chili, stew and leftovers so they are still hot at lunch.

∙In the morning, preheat the insulated food jar by adding boiling water and letting it sit for a few minutes. Heat the

food in the microwave or stove top. Empty the food jar of the boiling water and fill it with the hot food.

Keeping the lunch box clean:

∙Wash the lunch bag or box often with warm soapy water.

∙Wash fruits and vegetables before cutting up or eating.

For more information contact Ottawa Public Health at 6135806744

or visit www.ottawa.ca/health


Opt in to receive emails

To receive all types of email messages, you must opt in. Otherwise, we will only send you emergency and attendance email messages.  (Families with children in our Board since 2017 and who had previously provided Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation(CASL) consent will receive General messages.)


You can opt in by creating an account with SchoolMessenger and choosing your contact preferences for each type of message. To receive any emails sent by the school, your preference must be set to “yes” for General Messages. To receive any emails that may be sent by your child's teacher, your preference must be set to “yes” for Teacher-to-Parent Messaging. 


Create your SchoolMessenger account

  1. Go to ocsb.ca/SchoolMessenger to learn how to create your account.

  2. Create your account using the email address you provided when you registered your child for school.

  3. Choose your contact preferences for each type of message.


Have questions? 

If you are having difficulty creating your parent account, please email the OCSB at School.Messenger@ocsb.ca.


Please note that St. Brother Andre Catholic School does its best to conserve. Therefore, all newsletters,

updated information, etc. will be posted at the beginning of each month on our website, ban.ocsb.ca and

sent home via email. 


If you do not have access to a computer at home, do let us know and a paper copy will be provided to you. We appreciate your support and understanding in this endeavour.



Prayer for Beginning a New School Year


Father,

We thank you for the opportunity

to begin the 2020-21 school year,

and we ask that you bless

the staff, students, and students' families.

We pray that you will guide us in all ways,

and that we will seek your will

in everything that we do.

We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen





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St. Brother André School

1923 Elmridge Drive

Gloucester, ON  K1J 8G7

Phone: 613-741-0100
Email: Brother.Andre@ocsb.ca
Website: ban.ocsb.ca

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Sept. 3 Update

posted Sep 3, 2020, 11:50 AM by Sean Crookshank

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Happy Thursday Everyone,

As we get closer to the start of the school year, staff continue to work hard on getting the classrooms ready for your child to return.  Staff will be contacting you via email on Friday to inform you to which class your child is in and which door to the school that your child will enter.  Parents are not permitted on the school yard or by the classroom doors.  Staff will be outside at 8:15 a.m. on your child’s return to school date to assist with this process.

For the first week, since busses are not running, we will be dismissing all students at 3:00 via the side of school/back school yard for Grades 1-6 and via the front of the school for Kindergarten students.  Once bussing resumes we will be making adjustments to our end of the day procedures. 

A reminder that students in grades 4-12 are mandated by the Province to wear masks while in school. This has not changed. As for students in Kindergarten to grade 3, the OCSB strongly recommends that all students wear a mask both on the bus and in the school. Please see the latest update from Ottawa Public Health related to questions about face masks.

We do have staff members that have allergies to scented products so please insure that any hand sanitizer sent to school is scent free (not flavoured as some kids say!).  We appreciate your assistance with this.

As new information is available we will continue to communicate with you. If you did not receive this by email, please take a moment to sign-up for a SchoolMessenger account.  The Parent Portal allows parents to view their child’s report card.  Parents who have not yet registered for a Parent Portal account should go to https://www.ocsb.ca/parentportal/ and follow the instructions for registering for an account. 

Please continue to visit the following sites below to help with any questions you might have as they are updated on a regular basis:

Back to School Plan

Back to School Plan Summary

Frequently Asked Questions

We will continue to work together during this very unique time,

Sean Crookshank

Principal





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St. Brother And School

1923 Elmridge Drive

Gloucester, ON  K1J 8G7

Phone: 613-741-0100
Email: Brother.Andre@ocsb.ca
Website: ban.ocsb.ca

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Aug. 28th Update Part II

posted Aug 28, 2020, 11:02 AM by Sean Crookshank   [ updated Sep 1, 2020, 6:10 PM ]

Update for School Start - Elementary School

As we prepare for the new school year we are working diligently to plan and prepare a safe and smooth return for students and staff.  


Understanding that this year will look different, we wanted to ensure everyone received the most up-to-date information from the Ottawa Catholic School Board. Please reference our Return to School Plan, which includes detailed information for both in-class and virtual learning.


On August 13th the Minister of Education indicated that Boards now had permission to begin the school year using a staggered start if that process allows more time to further enhance a safer return for students.  Our staggered approach will be based on grade levels as follows:

  • Kindergarten: New to Kindergarten Orientation visit either Thursday, September 3rd, or Friday September 4th

  • Kindergarten (All): Tuesday, September 8th

  • Grade 1-3: Tuesday, September 8th

  • Grade 4-6: Wednesday, September 9th


Prior to the first day, we will communicate revised schedules and review daily routines. If you are wondering what items to prepare for your child this year, click here to access a list of recommended items.


Student Schedules

As we continue to prepare for the start of school we will be activating various programs that assist in scheduling and balancing classes.  Although students and parents of both in-school and virtual classes may see class schedule information before the school start date please understand that this information is not accurate and will likely change prior to the start of school.  This unfortunately cannot be avoided due to the many changes accompanying the start of this school year. We ask that parents not contact the school with schedule questions or requests for changes at this time.  If your child is a virtual student, please note that French will not be scheduled for up to the first three weeks of school.  

 

Transportation update from OSTA

The Ottawa Transportation Authority (OSTA) has announced the yellow school bus service will begin on September 14. OSTA needs to coordinate the logistics for over 1300 vehicles and close to 5000 different combinations of daily routes. Student and driver safety remains everyone’s number one priority. For more information, visit return to school transportation information (OSTA website).

 

Will all students have to wear a mask at school?

Yes, students in grades 4-12 are mandated by the Province to wear masks while in school. This has not changed. Please see the latest update from Ottawa Public Health related to questions about face masks. 

 

Additional Public Health updates

Ottawa Public Health routinely updates its website regarding school-related topics. You can find detailed information on everything from ventilation to screening practices to how to contain community spread. Read Ottawa Public Health’s Responses to FAQ from Schools and School Boards.

 

A look inside an OCSB school 

Since parents won’t be allowed inside schools this year, we wanted to be able to show you the many ways we’re working to keep your child safe this fall. This short video was posted on social media and shows how we’re implementing Ottawa Public Health and the Ministry of Education’s advice to develop safe, welcoming learning environments. 


As new information is available we will continue to communicate with you. If you did not receive this by email, please take a moment to sign-up for a SchoolMessenger account.  The Parent Portal allows parents to view their child’s report card.  Parents who have not yet registered for a Parent Portal account should go to https://www.ocsb.ca/parentportal/ and follow the instructions for registering for an account.  


We are in this together


We will be called on to seek innovative solutions to challenges we never imagined a year ago. This is a time to “Be Community” in words and actions. We need your continued patience and support as we develop our new school policies and practices to ensure the safety and success for all of our students and staff.

 

We know you may still have unanswered questions, but rest assured, we have staff working around the clock to get you answers. The OCSB website is continually being updated to include the most recent information, including: our Back to School Frequently Asked Questions and our Revised Back to School Plan


August 28th Update

posted Aug 28, 2020, 8:11 AM by Sean Crookshank

Happy Friday Everyone,

As we get closer to the start of the school year, staff continue to work hard on getting the classrooms ready for your child to return.  We continue to work through the new procedures, regulations and recommendations from the province, public health and the board.  Once we finalize our start to school year procedures we will inform parents how that will take place.  Please continue to visit the following sites below to help with any questions you might have as they are updated on a regular basis:

Back to School Plan

Back to School Plan Summary

Frequently Asked Questions


A Prayer during Co-Vid

Dear Lord,

 We pray for the elementary students and teachers going back to schools and to the Virtual Academy this school year. 

We pray for their health and safety as classrooms and schools have been modified to allow for proper social distancing and hygiene.

 We pray that you will keep all staff, parents and students safe and protected from the virus. Please protect the families of the students and teachers as they return home each day; please slow the spread of the virus so that it would not infect these families.

 Lord, we also pray for energy and rest for the students and teachers so that they would be able to plan their lessons and effectively teach all their students, also that the students would be able to learn and keep up with their lessons.

We also pray for their spiritual growth, in Your name, Jesus. Amen.


Jr. Kindergarten Orientation Update

posted Aug 28, 2020, 7:37 AM by Sean Crookshank

Jr. Kindergarten Orientation Update

By the end of the day next Tuesday, one of our educators will contact your family to set up the orientation session (either in person or virtual). The 15 minute session will be either Thursday, September 3rd or Friday, September 4th  for one adult and your child.  We appreciate your understanding and patiences as we work through this unique start to a school year.

Blessings and have a great weekend,

Sean Crookshank

Principal


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