Loonie Line Assembly on May 11th

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While this post may be a little late in coming, it doesn’t diminish the importance of what was accomplished by this event.  Please read below!

 

DGH had our Loonie Line WE Walk for Water Assembly on Friday, May 11th. We celebrated leadership, charitable efforts, kindness and citizenship of DGH students.

 

WE Charity is an organization that is about children helping children. It is about young leaders making a difference for themselves, their schools, their communities and the world around them. Making a difference and giving hope can start with a smile and  a “hello”, co-operating on a sports team or collaborating on a musical, playing favourite tunes in a band and helping our friends with their learning. All of our Huskies do these things everyday to make a difference!

 

Our Loonie Line and Walk for Water raised some funds which we will be donating to WE Charity for clean water and education, WE Walk for Water was a new event in which we walked around the track and school to represent the many kilometres children walk for water everyday because they have no running water where they live.

 

Thank you to the DGH community for all your spirit!  Please check out the photos on our DGH Facebook page.

 

Thank you to the Student Council and Ms. Cayley (under whose direction all of this took place) for organizing this very worthwhile event! Thank you, DGH community, for your generous support of the WE charity. For the past several years, DGH has sent a WE team to the annual WE Concert in Toronto; one of the conditions of participating in this event is supporting local and international charities. DGH has certainly done this throughout its existence!

Scholastic Book Fair at DGH from May 30th to June 4th

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Thank you, Mrs. Starr, for organizing our end of the year Scholastic Book Fair!  As many of you know, Mrs. Starr LOVES books and reading, so she wanted to give the DGH community a chance to stock up for summer reading.

 

The Book Fair will be open on May 30th, May 31st and June 4th on our regular school days.  Primary students are able to visit at 1st recess.  Junior and Intermediate students are able to visit at 2nd recess.

 

The Book Fair will also be open for parents (they may bring their child(ren), too!) on Friday, June 1st (which is our PA Day).  Simply come to the office and Mrs. Starr will open the Book Fair families that come.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office at 705-786-1915.

 

What book would Mr. Parish have chosen when his kids were younger?  That’s easy – anything on dinosaurs!

 

 

 

PA Day This Friday, June 1st

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DGH community, our students will enjoy a long weekend this week!  Our next PA Day is this Friday, with staff beginning work on June’s Report Cards.  Let’s hope that the weather stays nice so that our students can enjoy lots of outdoors time!  We will see you back at school on Monday, June 4th.

Kindergarten Family Gardening Day on Thursday, May 31

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Our Kindergarten staff are excited about their annual Kindergarten Family Gardening Day this Thursday, May 31.  This is an opportunity for family members of Kindergarten students to help out with our Kindergarten’s green space.  Information has been sent home with Kindergarten students; however, if you require additional information please contact one of our Kindergarten staff at 705-786-1915.

EQAO Writing Days this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

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Parents and guardians with students in grades 3 and 6, your children will be writing EQAO on the following days noted below:

 

• Tuesday, May 29th – Language Book C

• Wednesday, May 30th – Language Book D

• Thursday, May 31st – Math 2

 

Please note that the following days are “catch-up” days for any students who were absent on writing days:

 

• Monday, May 28th

• Monday, June 4th

Grade 8s Visit LCVI on June 8th

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The school year DEFINITELY feels like it is coming to a close now!  Our grade 8s visit to LCVI has been planned for June 8th.  During the visit on June 8th, our grade 8s will learn about how the typical high school day runs, visit several high school classes and then attend a barbecue afterwards.  Students will arrive at LCVI around noon and spend a couple of hours at the school.

Kindergartens Visit Ken Reid Conservation Area on Friday, May 25th

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Keep your fingers crossed for good weather on Friday, May 25th – our Kindergartens have a trip planned to the Ken Reid Conservation Area.  This is all about learning about and experiencing the outdoors!  Ken Reid’s educational programs are outstanding and fit well with many aspects of the the Kindergarten curriculum.  Thank you to the Kindergarten team for organizing the trip; thank you to the many volunteers who without your help this trip would not be possible.

 

If the weather looks to be poor on Friday, the weather date is Monday, May 28th.

Grade 7 and 8 Needles – Health Unit Visits Friday, May 25th

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Parents and guardians of students in grades 7 and 8, our local Health Unit will be back this Friday, May 25th.  Grade 7s are receiving a “booster” needle for their previous immunizations.  Only grade 8s who have missed a previous needle will receive a needle this Friday.  As always, thank you to the local Health Unit for providing this service.

Grade 7s and 8s to Blue Jays Game this Thursday, May 24th

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One of Ms. Graham’s favourite trips of the year takes place tomorrow, Thursday, May 24th – the Blue Jays game!  The Blue Jays take on the California Angels.  This is an early afternoon game, timed for school groups to attend.  Our grades 7s and 8s are going to have a great time!  Let’s hope that the weather is nice and that the dome is open.  If the dome is open, be sure to pack sunblock and a hat!

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