Meeting Minutes - Dec 8th 2016

OSAC Minutes December 8, 2016

Attendance:

Julie Kwon, Stephen Miles, Debbie Levy, Robin Conliffe,  Sheila Sezla, Helen Georgiou, Crystal Pallister.  Lorraine Ohashi, Zakia Nabbus, Nicole Packwood, Raheema Naran, Michelle Brochu, Jason Offet

  1.  Introduction and Welcoming Remarks

 

The school chair, Debbie Levy, opened the meeting. She welcomed everyone to the meeting.

  1. Review and Approval of Agenda

 

Michelle motioned to approve tonight’s agenda, motion seconded by Zakia.  Motion passed.

 

  1. Approval of October 26, 2016 Council Meeting Minutes

 

Michelle motioned to approve the October 26th, 2016 minutes, motion seconded by Zakia.  Motion passed.

 

  1. Admin Report- Julie Kwon and Steven Miles

 

Julie reported that our school is currently involved with “9 Days of Giving” which is being spearheaded by the Student Council.  They have assigned specific item days and have made daily announcements.  This project seems to be running very well.

 

Playground Report:

October 26th Notes: Jennifer Young wrote to our trustee to help get us on track.  The TDSB will replace the playground on the west side of the school that they took down to safety issues.  A landscape architect will advise on both playgrounds, west and east side of school.  A committee will be put together to see what this new playground will look like, on both sides.  The aim is to have a master plan including kindergarten.  The first meeting will be November 3, 2016.

 

December 8th: A meeting was held late November with unfortunately a small turnout.  The committee has come together yet again to share important information to our school population regarding detailed plans and to make an informed vote on how we should proceed with the implementation of our new playground. 

 

There are three options to choose from:

OPTION 1:  longer term, September 2018, master plan to include the entire yard.  The master plan will be covered by the Board (approx. $7K)

 

OPTION 2: shorter term (however we are late in the process) as immediate as possible with a strict replacement of the playground structure in the junior yard- no master plan.  At this point we will have to wait on a vendor and the cost.  The Board will have final say on the cost.

 

OPTION 3: Hybrid Option: longer term, Fall of 2018.  Blend a natural playground with the traditional playground.  Board to cover masterplan.  Implementation will take place over a number of years.

 

The TDSB accepts proposals in January which in turn vendors bid on our proposal.  There is roughly a 12 week purchasing window and then equipment is ordered as quickly as possible.  The issue becomes that our paperwork needs to have already been submitted.  If we do that then we have very little input in the process of choosing the playground and we have to take what the TDSB offers.

 

Some parents are considering the hybrid option but other parents are in belief that one main structure will accommodate more students.

 

Stephen and Team will put together a summary of the options by next week and have the Owen community vote online for the model they would prefer.  An answer will be given at the next OSAC meeting.

 

Cashless Schools:  Owen is going cashless! Information about registering for this will be sent home with students and will be accessible on Owen’s website.

 

Winter Concert: There will be a double Winter Concert, December 20, 21st.  

December 20th: 6pm: JK/SKin the library

                              7pm: Primary grades (1-3) FI and English in the library

 

December 21st: 6pm: FI SK in in the library

                              7pm: Junior grades (4-6) FI and English in the library

 

Reports Cards: 1st term report cards will be sent home in February.

-There will be a new system of kindergarten reporting (FDK) to reflect the inquiry based curriculum.  The Board is updating their web based system to reflect these changes. Teachers will have training on this style of reporting.  In February there will be report cards for SK.

 

Math Initiative:   The Borad is trying to make everyone successful in math with a focused Growth           Mindset in Math initiative. Our school has 3 teachers that are now our Math Leads.  They will attend 5 full days of professional development, which they will share with our school.

 

School Budget / Improvement Plan:  John Malloy is promoting each school to pick an individual philosophy for their own school and their needs of building improvement .  The three areas of focus are: Student Success, Well Being and EquityThe chosen topic has to be data driven with check in points, SMART goals specific and measurable.  Each teacher/grades are currently working on their plans.  They have started to identify the areas to work on and some teachers have already submitted their plan and purchased materials.  For example some areas recognized are: inquiry based learning, coding robotics, literacy and social studies.

 

 

Robotics Workshop: Mr. Miles ran a robotics workshop for 20 adults on November 29 over the lunch hour.  It was very informative and successful.  They are looking at other dates to informand engage more parents.

 

Final Part Meeting/Vote :  The outcome of the vote was shared to the parents on November 24th. As of September 2018, Owen P.S. will now house grades JK-5, St. Andrew’s grades 6-8, Windfields grades 6-8 (still run IB Program) and YorkMills C.I. grades 9-12.

                           Dunlace will become dual track ( English and FI)

                           Denlow will add Extended French to their program.

 

 

  1. Spirit Events:

·                                      Spirit Days: Hannah, President of Student Council stated that Spirit Days will occur 2x/month coinciding with pizza lunch.  Those days have already been designated and are hoping that they can be added to the Owen calendar.  The grade representatives will speak to and inform teachers so that the information is written in the student’s agendas.

·                                      ‘Movie Night: Numbers were down at the last movie night.  We will change it back to 2 movies per year.  The same issue continues that children are unsupervised and it is very loud.  Discussion around not showing a movie in January.

 

6.    Fundraising Plans and Initiatives

Pizza Lunch : Amanda Maass is running Pizza Lunch2x/month.  It is a very profitable fundraiser.

Fall L’Affaire: November 2, 7pm-11pm.  This is a parent only function that will have a silent auction, tapas plates and cocktails.  It is a great venue to meet new parents and to socialize.  This is the school’s largest fundraiser. Crystal stated it was a huge success this year considering the committee was put together at the last minute as we had decided last year that we would take a break as no one stepped up to chair it.  We raised approximately $9000.

Sheila motioned to approve the funds raised from Fall L’Affaire be used to enhance our library, motion seconded by Nicole.  Motion approved.

Dance-a-thon: will be held on February 14, 2017.  Caroline and Sheila are organizing this event.  Donations can be made on line or via paper.  Funds raised will go towards Arts enhancements.  In the past milk was handed out during this event, which caused a mess! Only water will be given at this event.

Spring Fling: Olive Spence is the new lead for this event.  We need volunteers for this event by March or it will not run.

7.    Committees

After School Programs: Jennifer Young is running the Lunch/After-school Programs again this year.  All program providers have offered subsidy for their program. Winter registration begins Dec 9th.  There is a good choice of programs to choose from.  The lunch programs and after-school programs have a process in place to ensure students attend their program.  New this year: students participating in after-school programs shouldbe picked up at the West doors of the school (the doors that lead to the portables).  The program leader will bring the students to this door.  These programs are running smoothly.  If you have any suggestions please email them to Jennifer.

Milk Program: Lorraine would like to have the milk program on line via cashless schools.  The debate is whether to go through TDSB or a program like Stripe.  The 2% surcharge would initially be covered by OSAC.  Jason has some reservations regarding the TDSB as it is not very user friendly.  More discussions to occur.

Kids Kitchen:   At our January meeting, Debbie will bring in Rose Reisman to discuss her lunch program.

Eco Club:  no update.

Grade 6 Graduation:  Debbie will chair this committee. She has started to form her committee.  Parents of grade 5 to serve food during the reception.  Next year, June 2018, there will be a double cohort, double grad and double trip. 

Sheila motioned to approve more money ( $2000 subsidy each) to be put toward grade 5 and grade 6 graduation, , motion seconded by Robin.  All in favour.  Motion approved.

Yearbook:   Irene was not able to attend this meeting.  Here are the notes from our October meeting:  Irene is chairing the Yearbook committee this year. Irene is trying a new technique this year with Google Drive andputting more responsibility on the Class Parent , student council and Teachers to take/submit photos.  There are digital cameras in the office if parents/students would like to borrow them for a school activity/field trip.

 Irene is looking for sponsors.  A full page is $1000. 1/2page $500, 1/4page 250.  A suggestion was made that the grade 6 classes come together to purchase a page.  Tax receipts are issued

 

8.    Finances-  Chanh is creating a budget to spend for fundraising.  Teacher appreciation has been removed ($20K).

SUMMARY:

Library Enhancements:

            Sheila motioned to approve use of monies fundraised from Fall L’Affaire and pumpkin sales (approx.. $8K) to be used for library enhancements, seconded by Nicole.  All in favour.  Motion passed.

 

Art Enhancements:

Nicole motioned to approve monies fundraised from the Dance- a-thon (approx.. $8K)to be used to enhance our Arts Program, seconded by Raheema.  All in favour.  Motion passed.

 

Academic Achievement:

Robin motioned to approve up to 12,000 dollars to be used for academic achievement, seconded by Nicole.  All in favour.  Motion passed.

 

Playground Enhancement:

            Approximately $55K is still on hold to be used for playground enhancement. 

 

Grade 5/6 Graduation:

            Sheila motioned to approve more money ($2000 subsidy each) to be put toward grade 5 and grade 6 graduation, motion seconded by Robin. All in favour.  Motion passed.

 

 

 

9.    New Business

 

IXL: 3 year commitment costs $12K, school wide use.  Our trial period is up at the end of January.  Look at per year/per kid. 

 

Keyboarding: there is a pilot occurring at 10 schools.  This is a topic that we have started to look at and how we can implement it at Owen.

 

Arts Express: wellness through the Arts.  Possibly through a PRO Grant?.  Owen would choose their own mediums.

 

Wellness Week:  Grade 3’s are looking at Yonge People’s Theatre ( $500/half day) as a form of integrating coping strategies around social skills, anti bullying etc.

 

*****During our next meeting, please review what we have already purchased connected to our fundraising efforts so that we may showcase them to our community.********

 

 

Any new business, please email Debbie Levy: Debbielevy@sympatico.ca

10. Adjourn

Michelle motioned to end the meeting , seconded by Jason.  Motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 8:05 pm. 

The next OSAC meeting is January 11, 2017 at 6:30 pm

 

 

 

September 28 Meeting Mintues

Download the full minutes here

Meeting of September 28, 2016

Attendance:

Debbie Levy, Robin Conliffe, Lorraine Ohashi, Jennifer Young,  Olive Spence, Jason Offet,  Chanh L, Sheila Sezla,  Margarita Sferra, Arash Ghassabei,  Amanda Maass, Sandy Romas Scott, Helen Georgiou, Caroline Thompson, Lisa McElroy, Julie Kwon, Stephen Miles, Abdi Maghaddam, Mana Rezai, Irene Sudorgin, Yassamin Gharai, Annie Zhang, Abarand Baln, Michelle Brochu, Roselynn Chuong,Zakia Nabbus, Chandrika Ganewatte, Veronica Cowan, Anhtuan Hoang, Crystal Smith, Aneta Friesolahl, Ian Chuang, Amy Kim, S Wong, Gloria Wong, Sandy Scott, Ana Teresa Apaza, Maryam Aleyaseen, Crystal Pallister, Amitus Amirshahi, Sarah schapp, Johnathan Silver, Mojgan Rahimineyard, Jasmin Rasvand, Rocio Rojas, Zhiying Qian, Heslie Chua, Rongmin L, Zara Arvini, Angela Chang, Debbie Levy, Robin Conliffe, Gerri Gershon, Sarah Payne, J. McArthur, Ms. Milbrandt

 

  1.  Introduction and Welcoming Remarks

The school chair, Debbie Levy, opened the meeting. She welcomed everyone to the meeting and introduced the council.

·      Chair: Debbie Levy

·      Secretary: Robin Conliffe

·      Co- Treasurer: Margarita Sferra, Chanh Leuangthong

  1.  Review and Approval of Agenda

Olive motioned to approve the agenda, motion seconded by Irene. Motion passed.

  1.  Approval of June 1, 2016 Council Meeting Minutes

Olive motioned to approve the June 1, 2016 minutes, motion seconded by Irene.  Motion passed.

Here are the minutes from September 20, 2016:

http://www.tdsb.on.ca/portals/_default/ARC_helpful_info_docs/PART Notes -YMCI -Sept 20 2016.pdf

 

  1. Admin Reoprt- Julie Kwon and Steven Miles

 

Julie welcomed everyone, introduced herselfand Owen’s new VP, Steven Miles.

 

School Topics:

School Capacity:  Owen is currently at 130 percent capacity, 625 students.  The school was initially built for 500 students. (125%)

New TDSB Model:  The TDSB has created 4 new learning centres to be able to provide more services and time to their family of schools.  The city is divided into four quadrants each with an executive superintendent and then roughly seven superintendents each with their own specialty skill set.  Owen’s superintendent and trustee will remain the same.  John Malloy has accepted the position, Direction of Education, TDSB.

 

EQAO 2016:  The provincial EQAO math scores are lower than expected. 

·      Owen Grade 3 EQAO scores: Reading 93%, written 89%, math 92%

·      Owen Grade 6 EQAO scores: Reading 88%, written 92%, math 79%

The school is reviewing why our grade 6 math scores are lower and how we can improve them.

 

Primary Playground:   Due to a new Act that has come into effect, Accessibility for Disability 2016, we need to reassess the piece of equipment we are planning to replace.  The cost of a $18,000 piece of equipment becomes $60,000 once we follow the AODA.  The primary playground had a Master Plan assessment, which cost $7000.  This assessment surveyed the entire playground, what is sustainable, what structures are required etc.  It will become a 10 year plan, adding pieces as the playground and times evolve. OSAC has agreed to wait until the Board comes back to us with an answer for the junior playground as it has it may be deemed. ALL APPROVED.

Junior Playground:   During the summer, Owen’s Junior playground was taped off due to it being deemed unsafe. Julie was not notified of this change to our schoolyard which occurred at the beginning of the summer.  Currently, we are waiting for answers as to why it is taped off and if it is deemed unsafe and who replaces it.  Julie is hoping to hear back from them in one week.

Please contact Gerri Gershon and our Super Intendant to ask more detailed questions.

 

  1. Spirit Events: Terry Fox Run, Sept 29.

Sarah’s Challenge, Daily Food bank Drive, Sept 30- Oct 6., a global citizenship and healthy competition, between the schools East and West of Bayview.

·      Spirit Days: will be discussed at our next meeting

·      Welcome Back Dance: was successful, to be discussed further next meeting.

·      Movie Night: there will be 3 movie nights, Nov. 17, Jan. 19, June 8.

 

6.    Fundraising Plans and Initiatives

Pizza Lunch : Amanda Maass is running Pizza lunch with Anna Osbourne who will be coordinating the volunteers.  Amanda is looking for another volunteer to help her.  There are many volunteers to help during the lunch hour that Amanda is looking at alternating them each pizza lunch.

New this year Pizza Lunch will be running 2x/ month!!

Out of 450 Pizza orders, 86 were ordered on line.

Pumpkin Sales: Once again, the pumpkins were generously donated by Barry Cohen.  Debbie is running this fundraiser and requires some volunteers for Thursday morning and after-school.  If you are available please contact Debbie.

Fall L’Affaire: November 2, 7pm-11pm.  This is a parent only function that will have a silent auction, tapas plates and cocktails.  It is a great venue to meet new parents and to socialize.  This is the school’s largest fundraiser! Bringing in $18,000 dollars. During our next meeting we will discuss what the proceeds will go towards. Some ideas are; extra scientist in school, zodiactors, ecotables.  This committee is looking for volunteers!

Dance-a-thon: will be held on February 14, 2017.  Caroline and Sheila are organizing this event.

Spring Fling: Olive Spence is the new lead for this event.  We need volunteers for this event by March or it will not run.

7.    Committees

After School Programs: Jennifer Young is running the Lunch/After-school Programs again this year.  All program providers have offered subsidy for their program. There was a very high enrolment this Fall, as most programs are filled.  The lunch programs and after-school programs have a process in place to ensure students attend their program.  New this year: students participating in after-school programs shouldbe picked up at the West doors of the school (the doors that lead to the portables).  The program leader will bring the students to this door.

 

Milk Program: Lorraine is running the milk program this year.  She requires another volunteer on Tuesdays.  Currently sales are very strong, about 140 milk sold everyday.

Kids Kitchen: Olive was going to be the point person but she thinks Anna will?

Eco Club:  Sarah Payne and Jonathan McArthur run the Eco Club at Owen.  It is a free lunch time program for our students.  Owen P.S. received platinum status.  We will be receiving a water bottle filling station in the Fall, location to TBD.  Last spring, OSAC approved $5k for these projects: They are looking at giving all students an Owen water bottle in September.  The Food Growing Program  at Owen will be an extension of an outdoor classroom, by the grade 1 entrance.  They will need soil, painting materials, equipment for planting and building, and table (hexagon) and chairs.

The Eco Club is requested $2000 dollars to be spent on more outdoor learning tools in the kindergarten playground. ALL APPROVED.  They will use this money towards a seating area and new tables.

Grade 6 Graduation:  Debbie will chair this committee.

Yearbook: Irene is chairing the Yearbook committee this yeaer.  The cost of the Yearbooks have gone up.  Owen charges $12/yearbook when the actual cost is 20$.  This year the cost of the yearbook is $23.  We are looking at charging $15/yearbook.  If both grade 5 and 6’s graduate this year the number of pages will be greater and thus the yearbook more expensive.  Irene would like more funding for the yearbooks. 

Irene is trying a new technique this year with Google Drive andputting more responsibility on the Class Parent and Teachers to take/submit photos.

 Irene is looking for sponsors.  A full page is $1000. 1/2page $500, 1/4page 250.  A suggestion was made that the grade 6 classes come together to purchase a page.  Tax receipts are issued.

December 9th, 2015 - OSAC Meeting Minutes

Attendance:

Debbie Levy, Robin Conliffe, Jason Offet, David Chang, Zakia Nabbus,  Raheema Naran,  Amanda Maass, Crystal Smith, Nava Noordeh-Khavari, Sheila Sezla, Helen Georgiou, Margarita Sferra, Irene Sodorgin, Anita Sengar, Crystal Pallister, Sandy Scott,  Julie Kwon, Robert Policicchio , Olive Spence

 

 

  1. Introduction and Welcoming Remarks

The school chair, Debbie Levy, opened the meeting. She welcomed everyone to the meeting.

  1. Review and Approval of Agenda

 

  1. Approval of  October 21, 2015 Council Meeting Minutes

 

  1. Election of OSAC Committee

  • Chair- Debbie Levy

Secretary- Robin Conliffe

Co-Treasurer: Chanh L

          Marguerite S

 

All in favour.

  1. Admin Reoprt- Julie Kwon and Rob Policicchio

Report Cards:

There will be no report cards for Kindergarten in December.  Grades K-6 will receive a progress report on December 10th.

Winter Concert:

  • Owen’s Winter Concert has been rescheduled to January 21, 2015.

  • Looking at moving Movie Night in January to a night in February.

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Funding:

Owen PS created a survey online for what the needs of the teachers/school are for this year.  Teachers seemed interested in the idea of having 50” TVs in their classrooms versus Smartboards.  They are more economical and have more opportunities for use.  

A survey was also created to see what the teachers required in terms of professional development. There was much interested in learning the functions of how to use these new televisons properly.

OSBIE:

Within the school boards there have been discussions regarding school board insurance around winter conditions and students using the playscapes.  School boards have been exchanging information as to how they proceed with poor weather conditions and their students playing on playscapes.  It is recognized that we can’t keep our children in a bubble but we need to put in place measures  to ensure their safety.  Some suggestions:

  • Have a teacher led, grade 6 prefects (leadership role) hat monitor outdoor toys/equipment etc.

  • Flag system

  • Playground Safety – Winter Use Advisory ( add sheet)

Winter Activity Day February 11:

There will be no skating this year due to the job action.  The $5 skating contribution will be going towards  the Winter Activity Day.  The Grade1’s are going to Mel Lastman Square to skate .  The grade 2’s will skate at Harbourfront.

  1. New Business/On Line Registration – Kristi/Jason

  • Online Donations:

Owen is currently reviewing donations online.  A tax receipt will automatically be issued making it a much easier process for all involved.

Owen PS is trying to have this system in place for the Dance-a-thon in February so donators will have the option of online or the traditional process with paper form.

Owen PS is also considering making the online registration available for the Donation Letter in September.

 

There are some issues around online payments that are still undergoing discussions.  There is roughly a 3% (2.7% plus 30 cents per transaction) cost to this method.  OSAC is looking at whether they absorb this cost for a short while to see if it makes sense having this option and the convenience of it.  The more complicated the transaction the greater the cost.  There are two vendors: Online and Swipe (Square or Stripe).

Olive Spence motioned to approve OSAC to absorb the cost of roughly 3% plus other incremental charges for the use of Interac Payment on a trial period of approximately 1 year.

            Crystal Pallister seconded the motion.

Motion passed.

 

 

  • Owen PS has a Facebook page

  • New Business:

The school is looking at getting out coaches outfits, jersey/sweatshirts.  Debbie Levy will cover the cost of 5 outfits.

A proposal has been put forth to allocate $1000 for the purchase of “Swag”

    

Sandy Scott motioned to approve $1000 to be spent  on “swag” for coaching staff.

 

Olive Spence seconded the motion

 

Motion approved.

 

  • Parent sub committee on technology:

Owen is looking to have parent input/volunteers on this committee

 

There was discussion around computer literacy and programming at Owen.  Grade 1’s use a program called Scrtach Junior, Grades 1-5 use a similar program.  The program is done in their homeroom class or as an extracurricular activity.

                

  1. Spirit Events

  • Movie Night

Was a success.  The screen and sound were fantastic with our new sound system.  The movie night team is figuring out little details like more popcorn, sell water? Chips?, involving grade 6 students, more garbage containers and managing behavourial expectations.

$568 profit.

   

 

  1. Fundraising Plans and Initiatives

Pizza Lunch: There is a lack of volunteers so they are looking at moving more grades to eat in the gymnasium as the grade 3 and 4 classes already eat there.  There will be another request for volunteers.

Fall Affaire: To date the most successful year, netting $17,000.  The committee is thinking of taking a year off and hopefully getting new people involved.  A big thank you to all that helped out and supported this great event.

Dance-a-thon: Money:  To date $25,000 has been raised for the new playscape  at Owen(Dance a thon 2015 $7000, Fall L’affaire 2015 $18,000). The total cost of the playscape is $35,000 .  A motion was put forward to take $10, 000 from OSAC to allow the playscape to proceed.

Crystal Pallister motioned to approve the use of $10, 000 from OSAC to complete the playscape.

    Michelle Minion seconded the motion.

Motion passed.

 

Spring Fling: Olive Spence has agreed to shadow Debbie Levy and hopefully take it over.  Jason Offet will coordinate the volunteers.

Subway Lunch: Running well.

 

   8.  Committees

After School Programs: Has gone electronic.  Must sign up via the program and make payment via credit card/interact, cheques may be handed into the office.  No paper forms to the office.  Winter registration begins December 11-January 8th.  Sign up early to avoid disappointment as the programs fill up quickly.  There are no active programs for this winter for  JK/SK due to a lack of space in the gym. No outdoor programs in the winter due to the weather.

Milk Program: Some challenges .  More volunteers needed!

Kids Kitchen: Running smoothly however, they have been showing up and delivering on Pizza Day.  Michelle will tell them to block off ordering on Pizza days.

Eco Club: Mr. McArthur and Ms. Coutts are running the Eco Club during the lunch hour.  

Yearbook: Is slowly coming together.  There will be a tab on Owen’s homepage.  There will be emails sent out in the new year for people to send in pictures.  There are parents helping out  and representing a few grades on both the French and English side but more volunteers are required.  The yearbook is looking for sponsorship: $1000 for a full page, $500 1/2page, $250 ¼ page, 50% tax receipt.  The more money raised the cheaper the cost of the yearbook.  Each yearbook costs $20, Owen sells them for $12 with OSAC covering the remaining cost.

Grade 6:  Very large and enthusiastic turnout out for the grade 6 Grad committee.  We had divided up into sub committees and will meet again on February 5th right after drop off in the staff room.  Students have voted and decided on their grad trip to Mono Cliffs at the end of June for 4 days.  Students are currently voting  on their theme.  Senney Mark will lead the first fundraiser “Popcorn Friday” on December 4, 11 and 17th.

  1. Finances-

$10,000 was approved last meeting for purchasing new technology however; there is a need to add to that, updates and repairs that have been assessed by Mr. Policicchio.  The school board matches.

All in favour.

 

Ms. Kuzik needs $4000 for  equipment: VB nets, balls, etc  

    All in favour.

 

  1. Adjourn

Olive Spence motioned to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Crystal Pallister. Motion passed and the meeting was adjourned at 7:40 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Agenda - OSAC Meeting Wed Dec 9th

1. Welcome and Introductions

2. Agenda

3. Minutes from October meeting

4. Admin Report

5. On Line Fundraising

6. Spirit Events

  • Spirit Days
  • Cultural Days
  • Movie Night

6. Fundraising Plans and Initiatives

  • Pizza Lunch
  • Fall Affaire Wrap Up
  • Dance-a-thon
  • Playground equipment Vote
  • Spring Fling
  • Subway Lunch

7. Committees

  • After School
  • Healthy Living Milk
  • Kids Kitchen
  • Eco Club
  • Yearbook
  • Grade 6

8. Finances