Happy Earth Day

“Look deep into nature and then you will understand everything better.”-Albert Einstein

Welcome to Kindergarten!

We would like to invite our upcoming kindergarten students and families to a fabulous morning on May 18 from 9:00-11:00 am. We will read a book together in the library, visit some classrooms and experience some learning from a typical day in kindergarten. To top it all off, we will have the opportunity to ride a school bus!

Hoppy Easter!

Dr. George Hall students are all ears in class every day! We hope our families enjoy their long weekend for Easter April 15-18.

Recycle for Sight

At Dr. George Hall, we are collecting old eyeglasses to donate to the “Recycle for Sight” program through the Lions Club.
★ Why: to provide usable eyeglasses to children and adults around the world, so people can have access to education, employment and a better quality of life
★ Where: Dr. George Hall Public School
★ When: April 4, 2022 to May 1, 2022
The Lions Club cleans and recycles the eyeglass to be distributed where needed.

Spirit Days are Here!

We would like to invite our students and staff to join us in some fun spirit days over the next few Fridays!

April 8-Crazy hat, sock, and glasses day! We are accepting donations of glasses today too!

April 14-Spring Theme

April 22-Backwards Day

April 29-Neon Day

Thank you!

We wanted to thank our wonderful families who contributed to our Dominoes pizza fundraiser. Through your support, we were able to add an additional $165 to our playground fundraising campaign. Wonderful!

Bring in Your Pop Tabs!

Lions Foundation of Canada is a national charitable foundation created by Lions Clubs across Canada. It’s mission is to assist Canadians with a medical or physical disability by providing them Dog Guides at no cost. By providing pop tabs, you will help this charity provide canine vision dog guides hearing ear dog guides, service dog guides, seizure response dog guides, autism assistance dog guides, autism assistance dog guides, and diabetic alert dog guides. Bring your pop tabs to DGH to help support this worthy cause!

Spring Clean Up

Sometimes as a principal you are caught off guard by the sheer beauty of children’s spirits. Today a group of students brought bags in so they could pick up garbage off the yard during recess. Not one teacher suggested it, not one Educational Assistant mentioned it. The idea grew from a simple act by two students picking up garbage yesterday and spread to 6 students today. A simple gesture that makes me know that our future is in good hands.
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