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School Operation Details - 2023-24 - Letter to Parents
Colour Calendar 2023-24
Calendar 2023-24 - FINAL


We are excited to once again be holding our Walk and Wheel to School Week this Monday-Friday. Even if students are unable to bike, scoot, or walk independently to school, we encourage families to choose a safe parking location 5 minutes away. Some ways to get involved:

  • Try “Move-it Monday” by walking, biking or scooting to school
  • Try the drive to 5. Choose a location 5-10 minute walk away to drive to, and then walk to school. Walking in the morning provides time for students to awaken their body and for families to have conversations on the way to school.
  • Please make sure to not park in Sangster Lane, the apartment building across the way, or the Bakery.    Our neighbours on Sangster Lane are having difficulty parking, and some people have even blocked driveways.  Please note, Sangster Lane is a private road and should not be used for parking.
  • Try a Walking/Biking Train from your neighbourhood. Make a plan with neighbours of times for kids and adults to walk to school together
  • Taking the bus is considered to be taking part in Walk and Wheel to School week

By decreasing the traffic before and after school, and parking in dedicated parking areas such as along side-roads or along the forest edges, we will be decreasing vehicle traffic along Metchosin Road and in our parking lot. This keeps everyone safer.

Cross Walk

  • Please remind your children about how to stay safe when crossing the road. Press the button if available, wait till all cars are stopped, make eye contact with stopped vehicles,  look left-right-left, and if a crossing guard is present wait until they signal to cross

School Zone

  • We invite parents and guardians to make signs next week and come out along the road, encouraging vehicles to slow down for our students, and drive safely past our school and through the playground zone.  We look forward to seeing some of you there!

Bring Your Bikes and Helmets

Reminder for Divisions 1-8.  Next week, your class will have a bike skills session.

Divisions 1-4 (Mrs. Arnott, Mrs. Lockerbie, Ms. Walker/Baker, and Mrs. Gervais) – These classes will have a in-class bike safety workshop on Monday, May 15th, and then will need to bring their bikes on Tuesday, May 16th. This workshop is completely sponsored by Capital Bikes!

Divisions 5-8 (Ms. Bakker, Ms. Grimwood, Mrs. Hutchison, and Ms. Lund) – PISE will be running their Bike Rodeo for these students and they will need to bring their bikes on Wednesday, May 17th. This Bike Rodeo is paid for by our Active School Travel Grant.

Sun Safety

  • Please make sure to put sunscreen on your child before school and at minimum send them to school with a hat and water bottle. We have a fill station at school where they can fill their water bottle up at any time.

Have a great weekend and enjoy the beautiful weather!

Spring Fair Newsletter
YE poster
Book Fair - April 18-20

This is for NEW Kindergarten Registrations for September 2023 school year.

Please see attached and you will also receive these in the mail from our School Board Office.

Read and Ride 2023 RSL
Ready Set Learn Poster 2023

Metis Gathering 2023 - QR Code
Na’tsa’maht Family Gathering Dinners (5)
NA'TSA'MAHT Gathering - QR Code


Calendar 2023-24 - FINAL