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What’s Happening at GHE Week of December 9-13
Thank you to family and friends of Garibaldi Highlands Elementary and Ecole Les Aiglons for joining us in the annual tradition of Writing Day last Friday. We were delighted to have so many people fill our gym, library, and classrooms!
Thank you also to the local Post Office for setting up a station to sell stamps and to collect mail, including letters to Santa.
It was a great family and community event as well as an ideal opportunity to practice our writing and social responsibility skills.
This week is ROE Family Visits to our Kindergarten and Kindergarten/Grade 1 classes.
Kindergarten to Grade 4 classes are practicing their songs for our Concert next Tuesday, December 17, starting at 6:30 pm.
Grade 4 to Grade 7 classes are practicing their music for our Band Concert next Wednesday, December 18, starting at 6:30 pm.
Lots of traditional holiday decorating and craft-making are taking place in every classroom. We are starting to look and feel very festive.
Monday, December 9
Shelley Green, President of the BC Principals Vice-Principals Association is visiting our school district, starting with Garibaldi Highlands at 9:00 am. We are always proud to share our vibrant learning community with others.
Carey from Conti Electronics Ltd. is coming to assess our site for the installation of Smartboards at 3:00 pm. Amy Buchanan and Louise Schell, our PAC co-chairs will be joining us.
Tuesday, December 10
Baby Ryan is visiting Ms. Worosz’ class.
3:00-4:15 Group B Grade 2 and 3 Drama Club in the gym. Parents, please let the office know if your child is not coming today.
Wednesday, December 11
Baby Bailey is visiting Ms. Hartviksen’s class.
Thursday, December 12
Baby Nicholas is visiting Ms. Kislasko’s class.
Hot Lunch Day
Friday, December 13
Swag and Wreath Day
Many of our classes will be creating swags and wreaths with the help of parents, community seniors, and buddy classes. Be prepared for the fragrance of freshly cut evergreens, dried citrus slices, cloves, and cinnamon!