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This Week Sept 21st – Sept 25th

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THIS WEEK:

Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 22nd

  • ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS – drop off day

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 23rd

  • TERRY FOX RUN – 1pm
    Volunteers are to meet in the school foyer at noon, for safety vests & instructions

Thursday, SEPTEMBER 24th

  • ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS – drop off day
  • MEET THE TEACHER – 6–7pm

Friday, SEPTEMBER 25th

  • EARLY DISMISSAL – 11:30am
    – School Improvement Day

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ENTERTAINMENT BOOKS
This is the biggest PAC fundraiser for the school and the funds from each book go to support purchasing technology and other items for the students at LMCS. If you care to participate and purchase or sell books, your efforts are greatly appreciated. If it doesn’t fit into your schedule just be sure to return the book. Thanks in advance for your support.
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Comfort Kits

Each year we ask that parents create a “comfort kit” for each of their children that they will have at school in case of an emergency. This kit will be kept in a tupperware bucket in a storage room on the exterior of the school so that we can gain access to it if there is an emergency situation. You can use your child’s comfort kit from year to year just refresh the contents!

As we are storing almost 500 comfort kits we ask that you only put the following items into your child’s Ziplock bag. Please label the bag with your child’s first and last name and division.

Thermal Emergency Blanket (the tinfoil ones from the dollar store are perfect)
Four (4) compact and nutritious pre-packaged snacks (fruit bars, granola bars, etc.) with the expiry date to at least June 2016 (please do not include products that contain nuts or peanuts as some children are extremely allergic).
12 Hour Emergency Light Stick or small flashlight.
A rain poncho
Five Band-Aids
A soft touque
A pair of mittens
A pair of socks
Two (2) mini Kleenex pocket packs
a small toy
a reassuring letter/note from you
a family picture

Water is not necessary as the school has a supply of water for emergency purposes.

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This Week Sept 7th – Sept 11th

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WELCOME BACK, FAMILIES! We hope you had an enjoyable Summer!

THIS WEEK:

Monday, SEPTEMBER 7th

  • Labour Day – NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 8th

  • 8:40 START –  First Day, Grade 2–5 students return to last year’s classrooms. Grade 1 (Last years K students) your classroom info will be posted outside the schools front door/ your k classroom window from last year. There will be much signage directing you so you don’t get lost :O)
    New Kindergarten families please follow the group schedule that was sent to you in July and again in late August.
    New students/families please report to the Library, which is just inside the front school doors to your right.
  • Grades 1–5 dismissed at 10:15

Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 9th

  • FULL DAY 8:40am – 2:40pm

Thursday, SEPTEMBER 10th

  • FULL DAY 8:40am – 2:40pm

Friday, SEPTEMBER 11th

  • FULL DAY 8:40am – 2:40pm
    – Hopefully students will be in new classroom assignments today

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Langley Meadows PAC is fundraising with Mabel’s Labels!
Please visit http://www.mabelsfundraising.com and search for Langley Meadows to place your order and to support our fundraiser.
Labels for the Stuff Kids Lose!

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Comfort Kits

Each year we ask that parents create a “comfort kit” for each of their children that they will have at school in case of an emergency. This kit will be kept in a tupperware bucket in a storage room on the exterior of the school so that we can gain access to it if there is an emergency situation. You can use your child’s comfort kit from year to year just refresh the contents!

As we are storing almost 500 comfort kits we ask that you only put the following items into your child’s Ziplock bag. Please label the bag with your child’s first and last name and division.

Thermal Emergency Blanket (the tinfoil ones from the dollar store are perfect)
Four (4) compact and nutritious pre-packaged snacks (fruit bars, granola bars, etc.) with the expiry date to at least June 2016 (please do not include products that contain nuts or peanuts as some children are extremely allergic).
12 Hour Emergency Light Stick or small flashlight.
A rain poncho
Five Band-Aids
A soft touque
A pair of mittens
A pair of socks
Two (2) mini Kleenex pocket packs
a small toy
a reassuring letter/note from you
a family picture

Water is not necessary as the school has a supply of water for emergency purposes.

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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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