Please take note of the following important information…
- Friday, April 30
- “Ready Set Learn” invites sent home for the 2021 / 2022 Kindergarten Class. The deadline for registration is Friday, May 7.
- Grade 7 Spirit Day on the school grounds
- Monday, May 3 – Friday, May 7
- Gr. 4-7 Girls Soccer resumes with modified training activities within educational cohorts (please refer to Girls Soccer memo for schedule that will be sent out tomorrow)
- Gr. 5-7 Boys Badminton resumes with modified training activities within educational cohorts (please refer to Boys Badminton memo for schedule that will be sent out tomorrow)
- Monday, May 3
- First day of Spring Uniform
- Please note that although Spring Uniform is in effect, if the weather is cold or damp it is advised that the students are wearing their regular school uniform.
- Students are permitted to wear comfortable shoes/runners with their Spring Uniform due to the amount of outdoor activities that our students will be taking part in. High heels and flip flops are not permitted.
- Last RCC practice
- Study Skills resume
- Deadline for return of 2021/22 School Supply Orders with payment
- First day of Spring Uniform
- Tuesday, May 4
- High Touch, High Tech (Gr. 2 & 6)
- Wednesday, May 5
- Hot Lunch (Pizza)
- Thursday, May 6
- BC Legislature & Royal BC Museum Virtual Field Trip in the Grade 5 Classroom
- Friday, May 7
- “Ready Set Learn” Registration Deadline
- Sunday, May 9
- Mother’s Day
- Monday, May 10
- PJ or Comfortable Clothes Day for National Children’s Book Day
- Wednesday, May 12
- Ready Set Learn (Virtual)
- Friday, May 21
- Half Day Pro-D (staggered dismissal by 12:05pm)
- Monday, May 24
- Victoria Day (No School)
*It appears that we’ve corrected the trend with the current Covid-19 cases at our school and things have been a lot more positive this week. I truly believe this is a result of more families adhering to the most recent guidelines issued by our health authorities and I am extremely grateful for this.
*In order to provide a safe learning environment for your children, we kindly remind you that indoor play dates and activities outside of your normal bubble are not advisable as stated numerous times by our Provincial Health Officer. We thank you in advance for your due diligence in this area.
*A kind reminder to all of our families (particularly on days of good weather) that our students should be picked up and brought to the cars as soon as possible in an effort to ensure minimal social gathering and proper social distancing at pick-up times. A very special thank you to all the parents and grandparents who are wearing masks during the pick-up times. Your cooperation is much appreciated.
*As of Wednesday, March 31, the School was advised by the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, and our Superintendent’s Office that masks for Students in Grades 4-12 are expected to be worn indoors at school. Kindergarten – Grade 3 Students are encouraged to wear masks but are not expected at this point in time. Please understand that these are ministerial orders and compliance is an expectation. If your child has a medical reason to not wear their masks, please send a note in to your child’s teacher.
*Our sincere gratitude continues to go out to our families at Holy Cross School for continuing to follow the protocols laid out in our 2020 Health & Safety Plan. We continue to advise families of our school community to err on the side of caution when deciding to send your children to school. Please pay particular attention to the updated “Daily Health Check” posted on the school website. We strongly recommend that you keep your child at home if they are sick. If anyone in your family is presenting symptoms of the virus, it is important to get tested and that family members stay home until they are cleared to return. As stated in numerous past memos, it is better to err on the side of caution.
*Kindly note that Holy Cross School must adhere to strict guidelines from Fraser Health and the Provincial Health Authority in regards to any COVID-19 related issues (re. notifications for exposures, isolations, clearance to return to school, privacy matters, etc…).
*I continue to extend my sincerest gratitude to the Staff of Holy Cross School for doing their utmost in managing Covid issues on a daily basis.
Have a wonderful weekend,
Mr. Dino Alberti