GRADE SIX CHALICE
On Monday , Dec.17th till Thursday, Dec. 20th the Grade Six class will be selling gently used household items, candles, games and toys. Items are priced between .50 and $5.00. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase gifts for family members. The money will be donated Chalice.
We are asking for all school families to donate items & participate in this very special fundraiser. Please drop off items to the Grade 6 classroom as soon as possible.
The Christmas decorating committee is looking for Christmas decorations, if you have silver & blue decorations and would like to donate them to the school, please drop them off at the office.
FAMILY CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS
This Christmas season we at St. Bernadette are excited to start a new tradition.
We are inviting all families in the school to bring in a Christmas ornament (bought or handmade) with your family name and the year your family started at St. Bernadette written on it. Families who wish to participate can drop off their ornament to the office anytime. We will start placing the ornaments on the tree starting the first week of December.
The Family Tree will be located in the alcove between the learning commons and the gym. All ornaments brought in will be displayed every year.
We look forward to seeing all the ornaments and recognizing all the wonderful families we have in our community!
PURDY’S CHOCOLATE AND GIFT CARD FUNDRAISERS
Pick-up is scheduled for Dec 15 & 16; in the Parish Centre Room E
CHILDREN BORN IN 2014
If you have a child who was born in 2014 and will be attending St. Bernadette School, it’s time to notify the school office so that we can keep a space open for your child. It is very important that we have an accurate numbers of siblings for Kindergarten.
BRINGING TOYS AND GAMES TO SCHOOL
St. Bernadette School at this time, does not prevent students from bringing toys and games to school. Children like to bring items to school to play and share with other kids. However, the school is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damage items. It is recommended that if the toy is of value to the family, that it should stay at home. Please have a talk with your child that they only bring items to school that would not cause devastation if it goes missing or is broken. At anytime, the school reserves the right to ask a child not to bring in their personal items to school if the school feels it is inappropriate to have it at school and/or if it is causing issues among their peers.