/February 10th-14th


February 10th-14th

This week, we wrapped up our discussion on Baptism. They all did a wonderful job sharing their mementos and talking about who attended their special celebration. The children were able to find similarities between their own Baptism and those of their peers as well as make connections to Jesus’ Baptism. It was very insightful and the children really enjoyed listening to each others’ Baptism stories!

This week at a glance:

Letter of the week: Letter Review (C, D, I, J, N, P, T, V, Y)

Number of the week: 6

Student of the week: Estelle

Show & Tell Theme: Something I made (i.e. a craft, a painting, etc.)


Show & Tell: Ava

  • Valentine’s Day shoebox due
  • Hot Lunch today
    • Please remember to bring your own cutlery!
  • PE today
  • Music today
  • French today
  • Library today ~ please return any library books that were not yet brought back as the children will be bringing home a new book today


Show & Tell: Aaron

  • PE today
  • Nature Walk today


Show & Tell: Ellie

  • Valentine’s Day Celebration
    • If your child plans on giving Valentine’s Day cards or treats to all of their classmates, please bring them to school on this day. Please be sure that treats are nut-free and individually wrapped. Keep in mind that we also have 30 students in the class.
  • Unstoppable Tracy! Assembly @ 10:45 ~ please join us!
  • Early Dismissal @ 2:00


  • Catholic Educators’ Conference (No School)


  • Catholic Educators’ Conference (No School)


  1. 10 to 15 minutes of home reading (please use “My Reading” book, “Read-well” book, and books from home)
  2. Fun Friends- Please review Session 2 and discuss “I have many feelings” with your child (this book can stay at home but please remember to review some activities in the assigned session with your child)
  3. “Read-Well” book– This book contains all of your children’s work in our Language Arts Program “Read Well.” Please review the letter of the week and use the “Parent Prompt” questions (found at the bottom of each page) with your child.
    • If you notice that your child has not finished the back of their Letter Record page in class, please brainstorm with them three words that begin with that letter. Then, have them write down the three words on the dotted lines and draw their corresponding pictures in the blank box.
  4. Valentine’s Day Shoebox- Please bring a shoebox by Monday. We will be decorating these boxes and the children will use them to collect any Valentine cards and treats that are brought in on Wednesday, February 12th.

Friendly Reminders:

  1. Communicating Student Learning Reports went home today
    • Please sign the back of the white envelope (you are welcome to leave a comment if you wish!)
    • Please return both the brown and white envelope by Wednesday, February 11th 
    • Parents keep the report
  2. Baptism Mementos: Thank you for sending your child’s baptism mementos to school! They enjoyed presenting their “artifacts” and showing their friends, items from their own baptism. All baptism mementos have been sent home. Please check in with your child today as we know how precious these are.
  3. 100th Day of School: Inside your child’s homework folder, you will find a sheet outlining an activity your child is to create for Kindergarten’s 100 Day Celebration, happening on Tuesday, February 18th. If you did not receive this form, please see the attached notice below. We look forward to seeing everyone’s creative projects!
  4. Spirt Wear: For those interested in purchasing St. Paul Spirit Wear, the last day to submit your order is Monday. Please note that only payments by cheque will be accepted.

Upcoming Dates:

  1. Monday, February 17th– Family Day (No School)
  2. Tuesday, February 18th– Kindergarten’s 100 Day Celebration
  3. Friday, February 21st– Superhero Dress Down Day

Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

With love,

Miss Wu & Mrs. Dos Santos

jwu@stpaulschool.ca & kdossantos@stpaulschool.ca

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