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This Week April 20th – April 24th

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THIS WEEK:

Thursday, APRIL 23rd

  • May Fun Lunch order deadline, reminder our online order system makes it EASY (& you can still pay with cash/cheque sent to school)

Friday, APRIL 24th

  • SPIRIT DAY – Rainbow Colours

NEXT WEEK:

Wednesday, APRIL 29th

  • Terry Fox Run (permission forms due April 27th)

Friday, May 1st

  • PRO D-DAY – No School!

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THIS IS THE FINAL WEEK for our Plant Sale Fundraiser… get your orders in!

 

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For Spring 2015 we are selling Hanging Baskets, Patio Planters, Strawberry Baskets, 10pack Herb and Tomato mix, 10 packs of potted Geraniums, Petunias and Marigolds – Plus Organic Potting Soil and Fertilizer… all supplied through DeVry Greenhouse’s “Growing Smiles Fundraising” program.

Order some premium garden products and support the PAC in funding for additional technology, educational field trips and more for your children! WIN-WIN!

Place your order and choose your method of payment:

ORDER and PAY on-line –
• with PayPal account using a credit card
• with PayPal account balance
(debit works but needs extra process time)
• with credit card (
click “Don’t have PayPal account” & complete process as a guest)
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

ORDER with paper order form –
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

Ready? Set? Grow… Order online here!

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Langley Meadows Community Association Spring Programs

Please register early as enrollment is limited.

GAMES CLUB

Thursdays (April 23-May 14)…2:40-3:45~~meet Mrs. Yachuk in room 33 for an hour of board games, lego building and group activities. Open to all students in grades 1-5. Cost is $10.00 for four weeks.

GYM GAMES

Thursdays (April 23-May 14)…2:40-3:45~~join Mrs. Robinson in the gym for a variety of team sports and group games. Weather dependent, we may use the outside field. Open to all students in grades 2-5. Cost is $10.00 for four weeks.

CHILDREN’S BOOK CLUB (new program)

Wednesday (April 22-May 13)…2:40-3:45~~join Mrs. Mckay in the library to discuss your favorite books, enjoy some quite time to read, and share your adventures with friends! Read along with the group as we explore some of Langley’s Books of the Year! Our first books will be:

Grade 4&5 – JINX by Sage Blackwood (Trolls, werewolves, and butter-churn riding witches lurk amid the clawing branches…)

Grade 2&3 – Ctrl-Z by Andrew Norriss (when your computer takes you back to earlier in the day…..)

Bring your favorite book the first day, and check out our Book Club books from the local library. Open to students in grades 2-5. Cost is $5.00 for four weeks.

CRAFT/STORYTIME (new program)

Wednesdays (April 22-May 13)…2:40-3:45~~meet Miss Robinson in room 33 for a fun hour of storytelling and crafts/games. Open to students in kindergarten and grade 1. Cost is $10.00 for four weeks.

STOP MOTION LEGO

Join Eli and Jeff in the library on Friday, April 24 from 3:30-5:00 for an afternoon class on how to use lego to make a stop motion short film. This class is for students in grades 3-5. Cost is $10.00.

RUNNING GROUP/BOOT CAMP

Calling all adults!! Come join us for runs (leaving from Langley Meadows) or bootcamps at McLeod Athletic Park. Please check out our facebook page ‘Langley Meadows Running Group’ for the posted runs/boot camps and schedule changes. Free to join.

BOOK CLUB FOR ADULTS (new program)

Interested in joining a book club? We are interested in starting one up! Come join us in the library the last Friday of each month from 6:00pm-8:00pm. The first meeting will be on April 24 and, together, we will choose books for May and June. Free to join.

MOTHERS’ DAY TEA

Just for the ladies! We are going to celebrate mothers/daughters/aunts and grandmothers. Girls…bring your special someone to the school library from 3:30-5:30 on Friday, May 8. We will be providing a high tea along with some special pampering…nails, hair, makeup and henna. All ages welcome…children must be accompanied by an adult. $5.00 per person.

 

Please note that there is limited enrollment with all the children’s programming so we suggest that you get your registration forms back to the office early. For more information, or if you have any questions, please message Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Yachuk at langleymeadowscommunity@gmail.com or contact us on facebook at Langley Meadows Community.

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Mustang Moments April 17th

ENJOY YOUR WEEK, EVERYONE!

This Week April 13th – April 17th

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THIS WEEK:

Friday, APRIL 17th

  • COLLABORATION MORNING – Students arrive at 10:10am

NEXT WEEK:

Friday, APRIL 24th

  • SPIRIT DAY – Rainbow Colours

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG!
Now is the time to be thinking about beautiful flower accents for your home and garden!

For Spring 2015 we are selling Hanging Baskets, Patio Planters, Strawberry Baskets, 10pack Herb and Tomato mix, 10 packs of potted Geraniums, Petunias and Marigolds – Plus Organic Potting Soil and Fertilizer… all supplied through DeVry Greenhouse’s “Growing Smiles Fundraising” program.

Order some premium garden products and support the PAC in funding for additional technology, educational field trips and more for your children! WIN-WIN!

Place your order and choose your method of payment:

ORDER and PAY on-line –
• with PayPal account using a credit card
• with PayPal account balance
(debit works but needs extra process time)
• with credit card (
click “Don’t have PayPal account” & complete process as a guest)
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

ORDER with paper order form –
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

Ready? Set? Grow… Order online here!

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Mustang Moments April 10th

ENJOY YOUR WEEK, EVERYONE!

Weigh In…. LMCS PAC’s New Constitution

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Dear LMCS Families,

The PAC voted to update the LMCS PAC Constitution, as it had not been updated since 2001.  The first draft is now complete and ready for families to read it over and bring forward any questions, comments, concerns.  Your feedback is needed by Friday, April 24th and needs be submitted to langleymeadowspac@gmail.com.  We will then look at all the feedback, make any necessary changes etc, and bring it to the May 6th, 2015 – 7:00pm PAC meeting to be voted on.

The following documents were used as a reference when working on updating the Constitution:
–  The School Act
–  DPAC Constitution & Policies
–  Parkside Centennial Elementary School Constitution & Bylaws
–  Dorothy Peacock Elementary Constitution
–  Yorkson Creek Middle School Constitution

The 2001 Constitution follows along with the 2015 – Draft.

Thank you,

LMCS Constitution Committee

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LMCS PAC Constitution 2015 – DRAFT

This Week March 30th – April 3rd

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THIS WEEK:

Friday, APRIL 3rd

  • NO SCHOOL – Good Friday

NEXT WEEK:

Monday, APRIL 6th

  • NO SCHOOL – Easter Monday

Wednesday, APRIL 8th

  • Class photos

Friday, APRIL 10th

  • PAC Meeting 8:45am in the library
  • FUN LUNCH – Taco Del Mar…  Volunteers appreciated (meet in foyer approx 11:15)
  • LMCA Family Movie Night – 6:30pm

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patio_planter

 

 

 

 

 

SPRING HAS SPRUNG!
Now is the time to be thinking about beautiful flower accents for your home and garden!

For Spring 2015 we are selling Hanging Baskets, Patio Planters, Strawberry Baskets, 10pack Herb and Tomato mix, 10 packs of potted Geraniums, Petunias and Marigolds – Plus Organic Potting Soil and Fertilizer… all supplied through DeVry Greenhouse’s “Growing Smiles Fundraising” program.

Order some premium garden products and support the PAC in funding for additional technology, educational field trips and more for your children! WIN-WIN!

Place your order and choose your method of payment:

ORDER and PAY on-line –
• with PayPal account using a credit card
• with PayPal account balance
(debit works but needs extra process time)
• with credit card (
click “Don’t have PayPal account” & complete process as a guest)
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

ORDER with paper order form –
• and send cash/cheque
(Payable to LMCS PAC) to school

Ready? Set? Grow… Order online here!

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Movie_night     LMCA presents Family Movie Night APRIL 10th 6:30pm
Admission is free – paid concession available
 

 

 

 

 


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Mustang Moments March 13th

This Week March 9th – March 13th

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THIS WEEK:

Wednesday, MARCH 11th

  • Report cards come home
  • Chip Sale – Assortment of chips available, after school (main entrance) $1/bag

Thursday, MARCH 12th

  • LMCA Games Club & Sports Club after school (last one!)
  • Great Little Coupon Book – DEADLINE! (scroll down for details)

Friday, MARCH 13th

  • PAC Meeting 8:45am in the library
  • FUN LUNCH – Volunteers needed
  • Jump Rope for Heart Day
  • Spirit Wear – ORDERS DUE!  Lost your order form? Print this one… Spirit Wear order form

MARCH 14th – 29th SPRING BREAK!!

MS. JAGGI’S LATEST BLOG POST:

Mustang Moments March 6th

 

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The Great Little Coupon Book   2015 1st Edition – Langley

Only $10

Check out list of coupons here… Great Little Coupon Book   2015 1st Edition – Langley

Fundraising Dates: February 23rd to March 6th, 2015 (Extended to March 12th!!!)

 How to Order:

  1. Through the order form handed out in your child’s class on February 23rd, 2015
    1. Fill the Form out and return with payment to your child’s teacher
  1. Through our Online Hot Lunch program at lmcs.hotlunches.net

 

Meadows.cdrLAST CHANCE THIS YEAR FOR SPIRIT WEAR …

Prior to Christmas the PAC organized Spirit Wear that LMCS families could purchase. At that time many people asked if we would host another opportunity to purchase clothing items later in the year, not around Christmas, when money was tight.

So here is round 2 of the Spirit Wear!

This week, order forms will be sent home with each student… or use this Printable PDF Order Form

There will once again be sample sizes in the office that you can try on before you order. We recommend checking out the sizes as some items fit small and once they are ordered they cannot be returned as they have our logo on them. If you are able to pop in and check it out with your child that is great, if you can’t because of work just send your child to the office and Mrs. Young or Ms Jaggi can help them out.

The items will be the same as the ones you may have seen around the school, charcoal grey with a turquoise logo. An image of the hoodie is attached. This time we have also added sweatpants in light grey with the same logo.

This is a great way to show school spirit and it is also a fundraiser for the school PAC.

We hope you like the items!

ORDERS DUE BY MAR 13th – DELIVERY TO SCHOOL MAR. 31th

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Reminder:  LMCA and Meadows Out Of School Care  – PRO D DAY & SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Screen Shot 2015-01-26 at 8.57.26 PMOur pro-d full day camp runs on May 1st.

Spring Break full day camps run for the entire 2 weeks from March 16th – 27th.

Our programs are full of fun activities, crafts, walking field trips and much more.
The cost is $40.00 per child per day. Payment in full is required at the time of booking. This is non-refundable. No exceptions. We run these camps out of our MOOSC room (the multipurpose room) in the school. All camps are from 6:40am – 6:00pm.

You do not have to be registered in our MOOSC program already to enjoy our full day camps. Simply stop by our room to fill out a full day camp registration form or pick one up from in the office. A $10 non-refundable registration fee and a current photo of your child is required.

Any questions, please feel free to call 604-308-8851 or send an email to meadowsoutofschoolcare@hotmail.com and any staff member will be happy to help you.

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popcornLMCA presents Family Movie Night
The next movie is April 10th – movie TBA

This Week March 2nd – March 6th

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THIS WEEK:

Spirit Wear is back! Order forms come home this week… scroll down for more info!

Thursday, MARCH 5th

  • LMCA Games Club & Sports Club after school

NEXT WEEK:

Wednesday, MARCH 11th

  • Report cards come home

Thursday, MARCH 12th

  • LMCA Games Club & Sports Club after school

Friday, MARCH 13th

  • PAC Meeting 8:45am in the library
  • FUN LUNCH – Volunteers needed
  • Jump Rope for Heart Day

MARCH 14th – 29th SPRING BREAK!!

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Mustang Moments Feb 27th

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Meadows.cdrSPIRIT WEAR IS BACK!!!

Prior to Christmas the PAC organized Spirit Wear that LMCS families could purchase. At that time many people asked if we would host another opportunity to purchase clothing items later in the year, not around Christmas, when money was tight.

So here is round 2 of the Spirit Wear!

This week, order forms will be sent home with each student… or use this Printable PDF Order Form

There will once again be sample sizes in the office that you can try on before you order. We recommend checking out the sizes as some items fit small and once they are ordered they cannot be returned as they have our logo on them. If you are able to pop in and check it out with your child that is great, if you can’t because of work just send your child to the office and Mrs. Young or Ms Jaggi can help them out.

The items will be the same as the ones you may have seen around the school, charcoal grey with a turquoise logo. An image of the hoodie is attached. This time we have also added sweatpants in light grey with the same logo.

This is a great way to show school spirit and it is also a fundraiser for the school PAC.

We hope you like the items!

ORDERS DUE BY MAR 13th – DELIVERY TO SCHOOL MAR. 31th

 

The LMCA and Meadows Out Of School Care present…

Screen Shot 2015-01-26 at 8.57.26 PMPRO D DAY & SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Our pro-d full day camp runs on May 1st.

Spring Break full day camps run for the entire 2 weeks from March 16th – 27th.

Our programs are full of fun activities, crafts, walking field trips and much more.
The cost is $40.00 per child per day. Payment in full is required at the time of booking. This is non-refundable. No exceptions. We run these camps out of our MOOSC room (the multipurpose room) in the school. All camps are from 6:40am – 6:00pm.

You do not have to be registered in our MOOSC program already to enjoy our full day camps. Simply stop by our room to fill out a full day camp registration form or pick one up from in the office. A $10 non-refundable registration fee and a current photo of your child is required.

Any questions, please feel free to call 604-308-8851 or send an email to meadowsoutofschoolcare@hotmail.com and any staff member will be happy to help you.

 

LearnNow BC

LearnNowBC (www.LearnNowBC.ca) is a unique learner-focused online portal that provides a vast amount of free educational opportunities for Students (and Adult Students) in British Columbia. Parents are provided with comprehensive information about the many services available to help support their children’s learning, and Educators are given access to a wonderful selection of useful resources that they are able to use with their students.

Parents: Complete a brief survey and enter for your chance at a $100 prize. Visit www.LearnNowBC.ca/PACs for details.

Some of the educational programs and services that LearnNowBC provides include:

  •   Free Tutoring: One-on-one with Live tutors 5 nights per week.
  •   Streaming Video Lessons: For BC high school students, learn at your own pace to master challenging concepts.
  •   Online Self Testing: For Grades 11 and 12 students, they can review the results and access customized study guides to help them use their study time more effectively.
  •   Blackboard Collaborate (online meeting room/classroom): Educators and PACs can meet online through video, audio, text or virtual whiteboards.
  •   Academic & Career Advising Centre: Provides students and parents advising support through email or a toll free phone call.
  •   Course Finder: Anyone can search and find details on over 2500 DL courses offered in BC.
  •   Trades Program Finder: Students can find over 50 ACE IT programs offered through BC school districts and delivered by certified instructors in a high-school, at a partner post-secondary institution, or at an ITA-certified training facility.
  •   Young Learning Centre: Interactive, fun games and activities that help young learners develop fundamental skills in Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies with programs such as Bailey’s Book House and Millie’s Math House.
  •   Daily Physical Activity (DPA): Students can track their Daily Physical Activity using an easy online tool with their computer, tablet or smart phone to help meet the physical activity graduation requirement.
  •   Adult Graduation: The adult graduation section on LearnNowBC provides accurate and up-to-date information for those who want to earn their high school diploma or prepare for post-secondary education. Adults can find the courses they need to graduate, look at improving their grades or pick up a course or two they may have missed.
  •   Learning Resources: Thousands of learning objects, indexed by subject, course and learning outcome are available for free to use by anyone in the province.Find all this and more at www.LearnNowBC.ca and sign up for a free Student or Adult Student account.

 

ENJOY YOUR WEEK EVERYONE!

This Week Feb 23rd – Feb 27th

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THIS WEEK:

Tuesday, FEBRUARY 24th

  • Red Sky Performance for students

Wednesday, FEBRUARY 25th

  • Anti-Bullying Day – Wear PINK to promote kindness & prevent bullying in our school & community

Thursday, FEBRUARY 26th

  • Order Deadline for Fun Lunch   online order system:  https://lmcs.hotlunches.net/admin/
  • SPIRIT DAY – Superhero/favourite character day
  • LMCA Games Club & Sports Club after school

Friday, FEBRUARY 27th

  • EARLY DISMISSAL NOON – Report card prep

MS. JAGGI’S LATEST BLOG POST:

Mustang Moments Feb 19th

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The LMCA and Meadows Out Of School Care present…

Screen Shot 2015-01-26 at 8.57.26 PMPRO D DAY & SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Our pro-d full day camp runs on May 1st.

Spring Break full day camps run for the entire 2 weeks from March 16th – 27th.

Our programs are full of fun activities, crafts, walking field trips and much more.
The cost is $40.00 per child per day. Payment in full is required at the time of booking. This is non-refundable. No exceptions. We run these camps out of our MOOSC room (the multipurpose room) in the school. All camps are from 6:40am – 6:00pm.

You do not have to be registered in our MOOSC program already to enjoy our full day camps. Simply stop by our room to fill out a full day camp registration form or pick one up from in the office. A $10 non-refundable registration fee and a current photo of your child is required.

Any questions, please feel free to call 604-308-8851 or send an email to meadowsoutofschoolcare@hotmail.com and any staff member will be happy to help you.

 

LearnNow BC

LearnNowBC (www.LearnNowBC.ca) is a unique learner-focused online portal that provides a vast amount of free educational opportunities for Students (and Adult Students) in British Columbia. Parents are provided with comprehensive information about the many services available to help support their children’s learning, and Educators are given access to a wonderful selection of useful resources that they are able to use with their students.

Parents: Complete a brief survey and enter for your chance at a $100 prize. Visit www.LearnNowBC.ca/PACs for details.

Some of the educational programs and services that LearnNowBC provides include:

  •   Free Tutoring: One-on-one with Live tutors 5 nights per week.
  •   Streaming Video Lessons: For BC high school students, learn at your own pace to master challenging concepts.
  •   Online Self Testing: For Grades 11 and 12 students, they can review the results and access customized study guides to help them use their study time more effectively.
  •   Blackboard Collaborate (online meeting room/classroom): Educators and PACs can meet online through video, audio, text or virtual whiteboards.
  •   Academic & Career Advising Centre: Provides students and parents advising support through email or a toll free phone call.
  •   Course Finder: Anyone can search and find details on over 2500 DL courses offered in BC.
  •   Trades Program Finder: Students can find over 50 ACE IT programs offered through BC school districts and delivered by certified instructors in a high-school, at a partner post-secondary institution, or at an ITA-certified training facility.
  •   Young Learning Centre: Interactive, fun games and activities that help young learners develop fundamental skills in Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies with programs such as Bailey’s Book House and Millie’s Math House.
  •   Daily Physical Activity (DPA): Students can track their Daily Physical Activity using an easy online tool with their computer, tablet or smart phone to help meet the physical activity graduation requirement.
  •   Adult Graduation: The adult graduation section on LearnNowBC provides accurate and up-to-date information for those who want to earn their high school diploma or prepare for post-secondary education. Adults can find the courses they need to graduate, look at improving their grades or pick up a course or two they may have missed.
  •   Learning Resources: Thousands of learning objects, indexed by subject, course and learning outcome are available for free to use by anyone in the province.Find all this and more at www.LearnNowBC.ca and sign up for a free Student or Adult Student account.

 

ENJOY YOUR WEEK EVERYONE!

This Week Feb 16th – Feb 20th

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THIS WEEK:

Thursday, FEBRUARY 19th

Friday, FEBRUARY 20th

  • Pro D Day – NO SCHOOL!

Coming NEXT WEEK:

Red Sky performance for students, Pink Shirt/Wear Pink Day, SPIRIT DAY (Superhero), Early Dismissal Fri (noon)

MS. JAGGI’S LATEST BLOG POST:

Mustang Moments Feb 13th

FYI_postits

The LMCA and Meadows Out Of School Care present…

Screen Shot 2015-01-26 at 8.57.26 PMPRO D DAY & SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Our pro-d full day camps run on February 20th & May 1st.

Spring Break full day camps run for the entire 2 weeks from March 16th – 27th.

Our programs are full of fun activities, crafts, walking field trips and much more.
The cost is $40.00 per child per day. Payment in full is required at the time of booking. This is non-refundable. No exceptions. We run these camps out of our MOOSC room (the multipurpose room) in the school. All camps are from 6:40am – 6:00pm.

You do not have to be registered in our MOOSC program already to enjoy our full day camps. Simply stop by our room to fill out a full day camp registration form or pick one up from in the office. A $10 non-refundable registration fee and a current photo of your child is required.

Any questions, please feel free to call 604-308-8851 or send an email to meadowsoutofschoolcare@hotmail.com and any staff member will be happy to help you.

 

LearnNow BC

LearnNowBC (www.LearnNowBC.ca) is a unique learner-focused online portal that provides a vast amount of free educational opportunities for Students (and Adult Students) in British Columbia. Parents are provided with comprehensive information about the many services available to help support their children’s learning, and Educators are given access to a wonderful selection of useful resources that they are able to use with their students.

Parents: Complete a brief survey and enter for your chance at a $100 prize. Visit www.LearnNowBC.ca/PACs for details.

Some of the educational programs and services that LearnNowBC provides include:

  •   Free Tutoring: One-on-one with Live tutors 5 nights per week.
  •   Streaming Video Lessons: For BC high school students, learn at your own pace to master challenging concepts.
  •   Online Self Testing: For Grades 11 and 12 students, they can review the results and access customized study guides to help them use their study time more effectively.
  •   Blackboard Collaborate (online meeting room/classroom): Educators and PACs can meet online through video, audio, text or virtual whiteboards.
  •   Academic & Career Advising Centre: Provides students and parents advising support through email or a toll free phone call.
  •   Course Finder: Anyone can search and find details on over 2500 DL courses offered in BC.
  •   Trades Program Finder: Students can find over 50 ACE IT programs offered through BC school districts and delivered by certified instructors in a high-school, at a partner post-secondary institution, or at an ITA-certified training facility.
  •   Young Learning Centre: Interactive, fun games and activities that help young learners develop fundamental skills in Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies with programs such as Bailey’s Book House and Millie’s Math House.
  •   Daily Physical Activity (DPA): Students can track their Daily Physical Activity using an easy online tool with their computer, tablet or smart phone to help meet the physical activity graduation requirement.
  •   Adult Graduation: The adult graduation section on LearnNowBC provides accurate and up-to-date information for those who want to earn their high school diploma or prepare for post-secondary education. Adults can find the courses they need to graduate, look at improving their grades or pick up a course or two they may have missed.
  •   Learning Resources: Thousands of learning objects, indexed by subject, course and learning outcome are available for free to use by anyone in the province.

    Find all this and more at www.LearnNowBC.ca and sign up for a free Student or Adult Student account.

 

ENJOY YOUR WEEK EVERYONE!

This Week Oct 14th – Oct 17th

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We’ve Got Spirit!!!

If you would like to be kept up-to-date, we need your email address and permission to use it for just that purpose.  Please return those half page blue forms that went home on Thursday to the LMCS PAC President box. Those who returned their forms on Friday were entered into a draw for a pair of Canucks tickets and the winner is – Kristen F., from Division 7!  Congrats!

Wed 15th

• Project Soul performance  (one of the ArtStarts.com events that are PAC funded!)

Thurs 16th

• Earthquake Drill

Fri 17th

• SPIRIT DAY – TBA
• PAC “Fundraising” Meeting – Carrie will be hosting a meeting in the library @ 9am… up for discussion are parent’s priorities for PAC spending and the amazing opportunities for fundraising available to us. All Parents/Guardians  welcome, come be part of the conversation!

REMINDER: Fri 24th – Pro D Day NO SCHOOL!

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• Entertainment Book Fundraiser is in full swing. Turn in days are Wed Oct 15th, Fri Oct 17th and Wed Oct 22nd. Due to the financial strain some families may be under from the teachers strike, post dated cheques will be accepted for the 1 sample Entertainment Book sent home with each student. Post dated cheques must be dated November 3, 2014.

• The PAC Executive would like to welcome our new Treasurer! Rose Ottesen was voted in at the PAC meeting on Friday. Thank you, Rose!

• Did you know? When you mention our school when making a purchase at Cobb’s Bread (Willowbrook location only) they pledge to donate 5% of your total back to PAC for our school. Yum!

• Have you sent your child’s Emergency Comfort Kit to school? Did you know you can purchase one through Edupac.ca for approx. $16? Also, the “foil” emergency blankets have been spotted at Dollars & Cents, Cdn. Tire and Army & Navy if you’re still trying to track one down!

• The Terry Fox run that was postponed due to the late Sept start will still be happening… look for it in April!

• Around Feb 20th First Aid Training will be open to Gr 5’s… cost is approx. $30

Recruiting_Volunteers

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES…

PAC Ambassador’s Needed! PAC Ambassador’s main purpose is to enhance and promote communication between parents and the PAC, by being the “go” person if there are any general questions or concerns, posters to put up on the outside of the classroom door, information to remind or relay to families during drop off and pick up. This position helps to facilitate the flow of information regarding PAC fundraisers.  We need one parent/guardian to be assigned for each class to be sure the communication link is strong.

A LMCS PAC Ambassador Rep is:
·       Organized and self initiated
·       Someone with regular access to email and phone
·       Willing to reach all parent/guardian(s) of the class including those without email.

If interested, please contact Corine at langleymeadowspac (at) gmail (dot) com

FUN LUNCH – is coming Nov 14th… our first of the year will be PIZZA! Volunteers needed for counting Nov 3rd

 

LMCA News…

• Fall Fair has officially been cancelled… Look for a Community Event in the Spring!

• Breakfast Club is up and running, seeing 15 – 35 children each morning. Big thank you to volunteers! Forms and donation envelopes coming home this week.

• Sports Club & Games Club running Thursdays from Oct 23 – Nov 27th. Baking classes Dec 4th. Reg forms sent home this week.

• Walking/Running groups meeting school parking lot Sun, Tues, Thurs evenings 7pm. Everyone at every level welcome!

• Procrastinator’s Club meets Friday nights in Nov, in the library during Night’s Alive (6pm – 8pm) bring your project and come on down!

• 2nd Annual Winter Craft/BAke Sale – Sat Nov 14th 10am – 1pm  Book a table for $15

• Night’s Alive – Gr 5+ Friday nights 6-8pm

• LMCA Newsletter – will be out in the next couple of weeks as usual the LMCA is looking to reward some delivery helpers with a sweet treat! Sign up on the LMCA board in the foyer.


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This Week April 28th – May 2nd

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THIS WEEK:

Wednesday, APRIL 30th

  • Kindergarten Orientation

Thursday, MAY 1st

  • Intermediate Spring Production
    This year LMCS presents “Dreamcatcher” a story about the precious dreams of children. There will be two showings, an afternoon performance at 1pm and and evening performance at 5:30pm. We encourage families to attend the afternoon performance if they are able in order to alleviate the busyness at the evening performance. 

    • Intermediate students need to be at school by 5:15 pm arriving at their classroom.
    • Doors for the audience will be open 15 minutes prior to show time.
    • Admission is by donation
    • Show times are 1pm and 5:30pm

Friday, MAY 2nd

  • Pro D Day – NO SCHOOL!

OTHER NEWS:

Langley Meadows PAC NEW Facebook Page is up & running… be sure to stop in and give it a “LIKE!”

Monday, MAY 5th – 6th

  • Grade 6 Camp

Tuesday, MAY 13th

  • Yorkson Creek Middle School General PAC Meeting @ Lynn Fripp Elementary 7pm

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