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November 2019 Newsletter

Principal’s Message

I am really looking forward to the “Stream of Dreams” project coming to Shakespeare Public School on November 4th and 5th.  Students will have an opportunity to learn about our local watershed from the Upper Thames conservation authority.  In addition, each student will paint a CRP Plastics fish that will be prominently displayed outside at our school.  Thanks to all of the parents who have volunteered.  We are still looking for help on Wednesday morning when we will be mounting the fish to the fence.

I am also really excited for Family Math night with Sharon Zintel on Tuesday, November 19th.  Families are highly encouraged to come as a group and play some interactive games.

Progress reports go home on Monday.  Please call the school to book an interview time.  Interviews will be on November 7th from 3:45 to 6:45 and November 8th from 8:30 to 11:45.

The character attribute for the month of November is courage.  Courage is defined as facing your fears with confidence – being brave.   Students can demonstrate courage at school by:

  • doing the right things even if others are not
  • be willing to try new things, even if you might fail
  • admit your mistakes and learn from them
  • do not give in to negative peer pressure

Mr. Charles Longston

Engage, Inspire, Innovate… Always Learning

Dates to Remember

Nov 4 – Progress Reports go home
Nov 4 – Parent Council at 7 p.m. in the library
Nov 4 – Stream of Dreams
Nov 7 – Harriston Meat Delivery
Nov 7 – Calling all three-year old a.m. (CATYO)
Nov 8 – PA Day (No School)
Nov 11 – Remembrance Day Assembly at 9:40 a.m.
Nov 19 – Family Math Night 6-8 p.m.
Nov 19 – Food Orders Due
Nov 19 – Junior Mixed Volleyball tournament
Nov 29 – Photo retake day p.m.
Dec 6 –  PA Day (No School)

Dec 11 and 12 – Winter Concert Performance

Parent Council Corner

Shakespeare Public School’s Parent Council is hosting an Operation Christmas Child pack a shoebox event this season. Each class will be filling a box for various age groups and genders and helping to brighten a less fortunate child’s Christmas this season. Shoeboxes will be in the classrooms starting on Nov 1st with packing to finish around Nov 18th.  Please keep an eye out for more details in the coming days.