It’s hard to believe May is already here and summer holidays won’t be far away. Of course between then and now there are many things on the go at Seaforth PS. We start the Month off with our performance band traveling to Stratford Northwestern for the Loud and Proud music competition and we end the month with a fun 80s themed Spirit Day. May is busy with school trips too, Like Camp Celtic and JUMP Camp at Laurier. On the academic side, we have EQAO and don’t forget to join us for Music Monday on May 7. Performances are at noon and 6 PM and of course, now that the nice weather is here we will be able to enjoy many more activities outdoor as well. It’s all shaping up to be a great month here at school.
Lost and Found
Our Lost and Found bins were overflowing so we have spread everything out on tables in the front lobby for easy viewing If you are in the neighbourhood, or coming in for Music Monday please check out the display for any of your child’s lost belongings.
Please remember to always contact the office if your child is going to be absent or late arriving at school. You can leave a message 24/7 and our phone number is 519 527-0790. Thank you.
May 1 – Loud & Proud Performance Band at SNSS – 6:30 p.m.
May 1 – June food/milk orders open
May 3 – Roll up Day
May 7-10 – Book Fair in Library
May 7 – Music Monday – noon & 6:00 p.m.
May 8 – 11 – Grade 8 at Camp Celtic
May 8 – Parent Council meeting – 6:00 p.m.
May 9 – Huron Ridge (gr 8) orders arrive, pickup 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
May 9 – Cookie Dough pickup 3:00 – 5:00
May 10 – Pizza Day
May 15 – Spring Picture Day
May 17 – Dance Team competition – 6:30 p.m.
May 17 – Sub Day
May 17 – Grade 7 to JUMP, Wilfrid Laurier
May 18 – Jump Rope for Heart, Loving Life Dress up Day
May 21 – Victoria Day
May 22 – Grade 3 EQAO starts
May 23 – Track and Field Day
May 24 – Rollup Day
May 24 – June food/milk orders close
May 25 – 80’s Day
May 28 – Grade 6 EQAO starts
May 28 – Grade 7 Immunization Day
May 31 – Pizza Day
Don’t forget to check out our Book fair in the library and thanks to Ms Troyer and her volunteers for making the Book Fair possible.