News & Events

February 19, 2021

Week Summary for February 22 – 26

Ms. Scorda has been recording a story each day about kindness, belonging and inclusion. Please visit her youtube channel to watch the stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3AAbUbfjkrEsoySCH9BzdQ

Next Friday we are excited to welcome musician Robin Layne to Connaught, for virtual music classes. Robin will virtually visit each class and will be focusing on how household items can be great percussion instruments. Below are two videos that you are welcome to share with your child/ren prior to his visit.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hgerR9YDw25Er-XSCkliz9l2-kjkVeDK/view 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rchvY71q-sHaX9_9fVZzf2QAJ0-xTbH2/view

Week Summary for February 22nd– 26th

Wednesday, February 24th

  • Pink Shirt Day – Everyone is encouraged to wear pink to show we are all working together to prevent bullying in our schools, in our communities and online.
  • After-school Yoga in the Gym

Friday, February 26th

  • Virtual Music Presentation – Percussionist Robin Layne will be visiting classes virtually.

Upcoming Events and Information

Friday, March 5th – Secret Story Teller

Friday, March 5th – Rainbow Day

Wednesday, March 10th – Virtual PAC Meeting – Everyone welcome to attend

Thursday, March 11th – Term 2 Reports published on MyEducation

Friday, March 12th – PAC Hot Lunch

Monday, March 15 – Friday, March 26th – Spring Break

The Ministry of Education is currently collecting information through the Student Learning Survey.  The Ministry of Education asks that students in Grade 4, all staff members, and all parents complete the survey. It provides them with valuable information.  2021 Ministry of Education Parent letter.pdf  Please use the link below to access the survey, scroll down to “parents,” enter New Westminster School District and Connaught as the school. You do not need a password: https://www.awinfosys.com/SurveyFull1/central/main/access.asp

Connaught Heights PAC Cob’s Fundraiser:  Help raise funds for Connaught Heights School! Visit cobs bread bakery on Marine Way (7515 Market Crossing #160) and make a purchase and say the following: “Dough Raisers for Connaught”. 10% of every purchase goes to the Connaught Heights PAC, which will help purchase school supplies, fund fieldtrips and much more! – Connaught Heights PAC Cob’s Fundraiser.pdf

Fuel Up! Lunch Program –  https://newwestschools.ca/programs-services/fuel-up/overview/  

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!