Photo Retakes October 18

Just a reminder that photo retakes will be held tomorrow.  All students that were absent for photos on September 12th will have their picture taken tomorrow.  Those students who had their picture taken but would like to have a retake, please remember to bring their photo order form with retake box checked to give to photographer.

Out in Schools presentation

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Helping to create safe and inclusive schools and communities Out In Schools is BC’s award-winning education program that uses film and video with facilitated group discussion to engage students, parents, school district staff in the promotion of safe and inclusive learning environments, free from homophobia, transphobia and bullying.

audience: Open to all SD83 staff, community partners, parents, and students.

Wednesday, October 10th 6:30-8:00pm

SD83 District Education Support Centre

341 Shuswap Street SW, Salmon Arm

 

Meet the Teacher BBQ: Thursday, September 20 from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.

We hope that all families can join us for a BBQ dinner. This event takes place at the school from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Thursday, September 20th. The gathering is an informal meet and greet and is a great opportunity for parents and staff to see each other. It is also a great way to meet our new parents, our new kindergarten parents and reconnect with all our parents at this event. Parents can meet their child’s teacher in their classroom 5:30 – 6:30.

The computer lab will be open for parents to complete SD 83 Permission Forms.  This information was sent out in our last newsletter so if you have already done this thank you.  We will have instructions in the lab on how to complete these forms.  It is vital to have these forms completed so we have current information, permissions, and email addresses to send info home. If the forms are not completed, you will be missing information that comes from the school.  Thank you for taking the time to have these forms completed.

 

“Angst”: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety

Angst Raising Awareness Around AnxietyDPAC would like to invite parents, caregivers and youth ages 13 and up to the screening of the documentary .

Anxiety is very prevalent in our society. By showing this documentary, we hope to open up the conversation as many people have trouble talking about it.

While “Angst” documents the struggles some people have with anxiety, it also reveals their hope for the future.

DPAC, together with other community partners, is hosting this free pubic event Tuesday September 18th, 2018 @ 6:30 p.m at the District Education Support Center, 341 Shuswap Street SW, Salmon Arm.

Limited seating is available. Please RSVP at www.angstsept18.eventbrite.ca or call 250-833-6100.

More info about the documentary is available on aforementioned website.