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Week of Dec. 14 – 18

Dear Grade Two Families,

Happy Gaudete Sunday! It is the third week of Advent and we are nearing the birth of Christ! This is the week many of the children are familiar with and eagerly looking forward to! They all know the pink candle means joy. Our Advent season has already been filled with so much joy and we can’t wait for it to continue!

Thank you very much for your generous donations to the Hampers of Hope! The money given will help many families in our parish community. We are blessed to be a part of a giving community.

It is crazy how time flew by and we are now in the last week of school for 2020. It has been  such a joy to spend the school days with your children, learning, growing and having fun together. We look forward to continuing to do so this week and into next year!

Here are the reminders for the week:

Star of the Week: Geoffrey

Monday

  • PE today at 9:00 am
    • Students come to school wearing their PE strip
    • Please make sure their complete uniform is in their backpack
    • They will change into their gym shoes at school

Tuesday

  • French and Music today
  • Bring back Spelling notebook

Wednesday

  • PE today at 9:00 am
    • Students come to school wearing their PE strip
    • Please make sure their complete uniform is in their backpack
    • They will change into their gym shoes at school
  • French class today
  • Library books due today

Thursday

  • No more Spelling lists until 2021
  • Library Day
  • PE today
  • Fr. Joseph will celebrate Mass with the class
  • Agenda books will not go home today. They will be kept in the classroom over the holidays

Friday

  • Last day of school before the break!
  • Wear your Christmas sweater, red or green
  • First group dismissal is at 11:45 am, second group dismissal is at 12noon

Please email me at cteodosio@stpaulschool.ca or write me a note in your child’s agenda if you have any questions or concerns.

Have a wonderful week ahead!

Mrs. Teodosio