The PreKindergarten to Grade 3 Spring Fling raised $544.00 for Ronald McDonald House in the name of Kristen Nameth. Thank you for your donations. Ronald McDonald House Charities.pdf
We'd like to invite our parents to complete the Our School Parent Survey. The survey will be open until May 4. Thank you for your feedback. https://www.ourschool.net/survey/splash/mxqg7
Next year's school calendar has been released. It can be viewed here, under "Publications" lower on this page, or on Prairie Valley School Division website. 2017-2018 Six-Day Cycle Calendar.pdf
Our school clothing is available on-line at the link provided. The virtual store will be available to families until April 28, 2017.
Nominations are being accepted for Vice-Chair and Secretary, and due May 1, 2017.
Our PreKindergarten program is intended for vulnerable 3 and 4 year old children and their families. Vulnerabilities can be physical, emotional, economic, or cognitive. Acceptance into the program is through an application and committee decision. We invite interested families to contact us for more information or submit an application. Please note applications and information are also available on our school website at www.pvsd.ca/school/pilotbutte.
Please help us by registering your children now or sharing this information with people who will:
- have children entering Kindergarten in September 2017 or
- who will be moving into Pilot Butte by September 2017 or
- who will be moving out of Pilot Butte by September 2017
Please call the school at (306)781-4488 or email us at
email@example.com for more information.
Thank you for your help!
PreKindergarten to Grade 3 were involved in raising money for Ronald McDonald House. One of their many activities this week was a sock hop. This is also the last activity in the gym before the floor is replaced over the Easter Break!
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B e kind
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A ccept responsibility
R each for excellence
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