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March 24
Parent Newsletter -March24th 2017
March 14
2017 Home & School Parent Conference - All are Welcome.

2017 Parent Conference Registration form.pdf2017 Parent Conference Registration form.pdf2017 Parent Conference and AGM Flyer.pdf2017 Parent Conference and AGM Flyer.pdf


The New Brunswick Federation of Home and School Associations is hosting the 80th Annual General Meeting and Parent Conference in Moncton on April 28 and 29. This event is open to all and offers workshops on a variety of topics. Information about workshops and registration can be found in the attached documents or on our website at http://www.nbfhsa.org/agm.html. We hope to see many of you at this event in April!

 
Contact:
(506) 451-6247 or send us a message via our website http://www.nbfhsa.org/contact-us.html​  
January 16
FLB Positive Learning working & Environment tips from Public Health
January 16
January 2017 FLB Newsletter
December 14
Santa's Gift Mart Tomorrow!! Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers.

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Dear Frank L. Bowser Families.

Santa's Gift Mart is happening tomorrow. Your child should arrive at school with pre-made gift tags (one for each family member that lives in their home), some shopping money (gifts vary from .50 cents to two dollars) and a plastic bag for carrying their gifts home.

Thank you very much to everyone who donated items to the Gift Mart. There is a wide selection of beautiful gifts for all ages.  Also, a huge thank you to the many parent volunteers who helped collect gifts, set up tables and are goint to help wrap the gifts. This activity would not be possible without the donations and the help from each and every volunteer.

Finally, a huge thank you to our Home and School executive for their continued commitment to making sure everything runs according to plan.

We are so lucky to have such a dedicated group of parents!

Don’t forget your gift tags, shopping money and a plastic bag in the morning.

Happy Shopping!

Mrs. Goobie and Mme. Cormier

December 06
December 2016 Info/Events/Activities

Frank L. Bowser School

 

 

Please read the following information carefully as it concerns details about important events and activities for December.

Dec. 6th - PSSC Meeting -Our next PSSC Meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 6th at 6:30 pm. The front doors of the school will open at 6:15. All are welcome.

Dec. 9th - Report Cards -We are proud of our Frank L. Bowser Students and of how hard they have been working over the past three months! Report cards will be going home on Friday, December 9th. Along with celebrating your child’s success, strengths and next steps, we encourage you to help them set some academic goals for next term. Parental support is vital to ensuring optimal educational success. Please complete, sign and return the Parent/Student Response form with your child. Thank you for your interest in your child’s education as you work with them at home, volunteer at the school and support our financial endeavors.

December 15th – Santa’s Gift Mart -We are accepting donations for Santa’s Gift Mart. Please send in any new or gently used items, gift wrap, tissue paper, name tags etc. You can send these in with your child or drop them off at the main office. If you are able to volunteer for this event, please return the form sent home or contact the Home and School executive at franklhomeandschool@gmail.com.

Dec. 7th to Dec. 20th - Fill the Bus Food Drive -Frank L. Bowser School is once again participating in the 17th Annual Fill the Bus Food Drive. We ask that students bring in non-perishable food items to help fill the shelves of our local food bank. Food bank usage is up and the need has never been greater. All donations of non-perishable food items go to our Riverview Food Bank serving our very own community.

Dec. 21st – Frank L. Bowser Annual Christmas Concert performances are scheduled for Wednesday, December 21st at 12:20 p.m. & 6:30 p.m. Be on the look-out for a notice with detailed information and 4 concert tickets (2 afternoon tickets and 2 evening tickets) for each family. You can expect this notice to come home on Thursday, December 8th with the youngest child in the family. The storm date for the concert is Thursday, Dec. 22nd.

Dec. 23rd- Christmas Carol Sing-a-long with Barry Williams– for all staff and students from 8:45-9:30am.

Dec. 23rd – Last Day for Students - Friday, Dec. 23rd will be a half day of school for all children. We will send dismissal information home once the bus schedules have been finalized. Tuesday, January 10th is the first day back for students.

It’s cold out there! Remember to send your child to school dressed for the weather and please slowdown in the Kiss and Drop area. Your child’s safety is our priority.

November 29
Santa's Gift Mart

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We love this event – it’s almost time for...

Frank L. Bowser’s “Santa’s Gift Mart”!

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Frank L. Bowser's “Santa’s Gift Mart” is a one day “sale” in our gymnasium (during school hours) where students purchase gifts for their family members. These gifts are gently used and new items that have been donated from families or community partners.  The cost is generally between fifty cents to two dollars each. Our wonderful volunteers help the children shop, wrap the gifts and send them home ready to go under your tree! This is one of our favourite events of the year and we are looking forward to our Santa’s Gift Mart on Thursday, December 15th.

We need your help to make this day a success and hope that you will consider helping in these ways:

ð        Volunteer your time: We will need lots of help to set up for the sale on December 14th (or December 15th in case of school closure on the 14th.) We will need a large number of volunteers to help children shop and wrap presents on Thursday, December 15th (or December 16th in case of school closure). If you can come for the whole school day or for a just for a couple of hours, we would appreciate it.

ð        Policy 701 and Criminal Record Check must be completed so that you can volunteer: If you haven’t yet completed and submitted the required documents to the office please do so as soon as possible. If you have questions about this, you can contact the office.

ð        Collect or purchase items to use for wrapping: wrapping paper, bubble wrap, tissue paper, tape, ribbon, bows, gift bags, boxes (all shapes and sizes).

ð        Collect or purchase items that can be purchased by the children for their families: In order to ensure that our students shoppers have a great selection of items to choose from, we ask that families send in the number of gifts that their child would purchase. We also ask that you send in gifts that would be suitable to purchase for each family member. For example, if your child would be shopping for parents, a teenager and a toddler, it would be helpful for you to send in gifts that would be suitable for those family members. In particular, we find that contributions for those wonderful men in our families can be fewer in numbers and we would like to have some super gifts for those important people.

Great gifts to send in

Items to avoid

Gifts for men – socks, ties, gloves, mugs, golf balls, gift cards (in a small amount - $2-3) to buy a coffee, etc.

New bath products

Games/puzzles/books

CDs

Decorative items/stationary items

Crafting supplies

household items

toys

Food

Used clothing (although ties are great)

Plush toys

Scented items

Bedding

Used earrings

Anything with sharp edges/pointed ends

If you would prefer to contribute cash or gift cards (Dollar Stores, Superstore, Canadian Tire, etc.) so that we can do your shopping for you, we would be happy to receive those also.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at franklhomeandschool@gmail.com or send us a message through Facebook  (Frank L. Bowser Home and School) if you have any questions.

Thank you for helping us spread holiday cheer! 

 

November 21
New Playground for FLB School

                                     

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                                      A New Playground for FLB School

The Frank L. Bowser, Parent School Support Committee (PSSC) would like to ask for your support for an exciting initiative. A routine inspection of our playground was completed during the last school year (2015-16) by Anglophone East School District personnel. It has been deemed safe for current use, but the overall recommendation is that the structure be replaced in the coming years. Our playground has been well-loved over the past two decades but it is now time to collaborate with our students, parents and community to plan for a new structure.

We need your help to make this a reality. A Playground Committee, separate from the PSSC, is needed to be the driving force of this project. Our goal is to have a new structure in place for the start of the 2018 school year, which means that we need to begin planning immediately.

Parent volunteers are needed for the Playground Committee. A variety of talents and skill sets are required, including:

  • Champion – Can you oversee the committee and be the champion of this project?
  • Project Manager – Are you good at coordinating projects, determining required tasks, and maintaining timelines?

  • Fundraising – Do you have a background in capital campaigns or fundraising initiatives?

  • Communications and PR – Can you be the person who knows how to deliver a message in just the right way?

  • Creative Ideas – Are you the person who comes up with new ways of doing things and solving problems?

  • Team Player – Are you the dedicated team member who works with a group to ensure that assigned tasks are completed?

  • Do you have a background in engineering, law, health care, or other related areas that would be beneficial to this project?

Please consider how you can be involved. We have an opportunity to make an incredible difference in the life of Frank L. Bowser School and our community – but we need your help to make it happen. If you are interested, or if you are wondering if you could be of help, we would love to hear from you. Please fill out the form below and return it to the school by, Thursday, November 24th; we will contact you prior to a meeting to be scheduled in the New Year.  All are welcome to attend the meeting and we hope to see many parents there. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us.

 

Duane MacDonald                                                                              Kathy Goobie
Chair, PSSC  
awiseman@nb.sympatico.ca                                    Principal   kathy.goobie@nbed.nb.ca

 

 Name:  _________________________________________________________

 

Phone:  _________________________________________________________

 

Email:  __________________________________________________________

 

I think I could help in this way:

  • Champion
  • Project Management

  • Fundraising

  • Communications

  • Creativity

  • Team Player

  • Other:                     _________________________________________________________

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November 20
Thank You for making our Spin-a-Thon such a great Success!

Thank You to all our Frank L. Bowser families and friends for your amazing contribution and support! Our 2016 Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-Thon Fundraiser was a huge success!  

               The total amount raised was $7188.20! ​

              Your generosity is very much appreciated. 

Also a huge thank you to the following sponsors who donated prizes. ​

MacDonald’s Buick GMC

Mike’s Bike Shop

Town of Riverview

Moncton Wildcat’s

Papa John’s Pizza

        Thank You ! 

From 

​Frank L. Bowser Staff & Students

November 06
Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-Thon - 2016

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Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-Thon

Frank L. Bowser School Fundraiser 2016

 

The staff and students at Frank L. Bowser School will be participating in “Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-Thon” in support of our FLB School Fundraiser. This event is our way to raise money to provide “extra” for the children attending FLB School. It is with these funds that we are able to provide full school enrichment opportunities such as performances, field trips, guest authors, and artists. Our target this year is to continue to offer quality enrichment opportunities with a focus on staying active and healthy living.  As you can see, the money from fundraising goes exactly where it should… back to the children. In one form or another, each child will benefit from the money that is raised through our Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-Thon Fundraiser.   

On Tuesday November 1st, classes brought their decorated stationary bike to a school-wide assembly and a representative from each class introduced their bike to the school.  This was the kick-off to our Pedaling Penguins Spin-a-thon Fundraiser where the details of the fundraising campaign were reviewed with all students.

 

PRIZES -

K-5   1st Top Seller- a new bike from Mike’s Bike Shop donated by MacDonald’s Buick GMC

K-5   2nd Top Seller- a Family Pool Party at the Riverview Aquatic Centre for 20 people 

K-5   3rd Top Seller- a Moncton Wildcats Family Package including tickets and snacks

K-5   Top Selling Class- a Papa John’s Munch and Move Lunch which includes a pizza lunch and gym time 

 

There are also two large stuffed penguins that will be given away based on a draw. For each $10.00 raised in sponsors, the student will have his/her name put in a draw to be held at the end of the campaign. Every child who participates in the campaign has a chance to win a penguin.  Students can win only one prize.

The Spin-a-Thon will take place on November 16th and will involve students from each class taking turns spinning as a team. On the back of this memo, there is a sponsor sheet for students to keep track of their sponsors. With the help of an adult, students will have from Nov. 1st to Nov. 16th to collect sponsors from family and friends.   If your child goes door-to-door to collect sponsors, please ensure that he/she is accompanied by an adult.  Preferred method of submitting collected donations is to use School Cash-Online. 100% of all donations made by sponsors go directly to the school.

                              Thank you for supporting your child during this Spin-a-Thon Campaign!

 

WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!

 

November 06
Plan on being a FLB School Volunteer! Here's what you need to know.

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FRANK L. BOWSER SCHOOL

Volunteer Information

 

The spirit of volunteerism is alive and well at Frank L. Bowser School. We are so fortunate to have the support of so many parents, grandparents and local community members who are willing to dedicate time, energy, and enthusiasm to our school.

The safety of students is our number one priority. If you are currently volunteering in any capacity (including field trips) at FLB School, or plan to do so in the near future, you are required to comply with Provincial Policy 701: Policy for the Protection of Pupils (Policy 701) and submit a Criminal Record Check.  Volunteers must complete the online learning modules associated with this policy, you can find the policy and questionnaire on the District website under Parents, click on Volunteers, click on “How to apply” or, you can refer to this website for information: http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-E/hr/Pages/Policy-701.aspx. The Policy 701 questionnaire is required annually.  For your Criminal Record Check you will need to bring the attached letter with you to the Codiac RCMP detachment. Without this letter, there is a cost associated with the request. This is a requirement only once every five years.  Both of these completed documents can be dropped off at the office to June Saulnier our Administrative Assistant.

Thank you once again for your support. If you have any questions about this policy or the implementation of it, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Yours in education,

Mrs. Goobie

Principal

Frank L. Bowser School

 

 

 

 

Frank L. Bowser Mission Statement:

“Working Together With Mutual Respect to Achieve our Personal Best”

November 06
School Clothing orders due Friday, Nov 18, 2016

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FLB Home and School Association School Clothing 2016

It’s school clothing time again! The Home and School Association is happy to offer you the option of purchasing school clothing with the Frank L. Bowser logo so that your child can show their school spirit! Clothing is available in both youth and adult sizes so entire families can show their FLB pride!

There will be volunteers at the school during the lunch hours on November 10 (for grade five students) and November 15 (for all students) with clothing samples so the children can try them on. We will send home a note indicating which size your child preferred. The option of personalizing hoodies with the student’s name on the sleeve is available. Additionally, we offer a special keepsake option for the grade five students; these hoodies will have "GRAD 2017" on the back. Order forms and payment should be returned to the school no later than Friday, November 18. Delivery is expected by December 9. Please read the order form below carefully for specific details and options.

New this year is the option to pay via School Cash Online. Please note that if you pay with School Cash Online, you still need to submit the order form to the school. Cash (exact amounts) and cheques (payable to Frank L. Bowser Home and School) will be accepted. If you have any questions, please email us at franklhomeandschool@gmail.com.

 

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October 19
Mountain Rd. Road Papa John's FLB Fundraiser

FLB - PAPA Johns Pizza Fundraiser Day .pdfFLB - PAPA Johns Pizza Fundraiser Day .pdf 

FRANK L. BOWSER (FLB)

PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA DAY FUNDRAISER

 

Frank L. Bowser School and Papa John's will be having a monthly fundraiser. Papa John's will donate 20% of your order (min order of $25) back to Frank L. Bowser School. This fundraiser will take place the 3rd Wednesday of every month (except for the month of June).

 

The following are our scheduled Frank L. Bowser School/ Papa John's fundraiser dates:

Frank L Bowser (FLB) Pizza Day is available at our 639 Mountain Road, Moncton location only.

Store: 506.382.7272 ext. 1

                                                                                                October 19, 2016

November 16, 2016

December 21, 2016

January 18, 2017

February 15, 2017

March 15, 2017

April 19, 2017

May 17, 2017

 June 14, 2017

For future reference visit http://www.pizzafundraiser.ca to get your Frank L. Bowser Promo Code (FLB) and the dates of our PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA DAY FUNDRAISER.

 See the attached flyers with details and information on how to order online.

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When you place an order for $25 or more, the next day you will have 25 Papa points which gives you a free 3 topping pizza.

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October 12
Calling All Kindergarten Students entering School Sept 2017

Registration to K -poster.pdfRegistration to K -poster.pdf

Notice to all parents/guardians,

We are asking for your assistance in indentifying any potential Frank L. Bowser Pre-Kindergarten students.  You can help by letting everyone in your neighbourhood know that Kindergarten registration for children born in 2012, is now taking place at Frank L. Bowser School.  We want to make every effort to get this information out to all our potential Frank L. Bowser families so they may benefit from all of the transition to kindergarten sessions (beginning with our Kick-off to Kindergarten Parent Information Night on October 27th at 4:00 pm).   If you know of any children, in the Frank L. Bowser community that should be registered for the 2017-2018 school year, would you please pass this information on and encourage them to stop by the school to register their child as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from them.  

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Kathy Goobie, Lisa Cormier and June Saulnier

September 18
2016-2017 Hot Lunch Program details - menu, prices, proceedures

​                                                 Frank L. Bowser School

                        Hot Lunch Program 2016-2017

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We are very excited to bring back our Hot Lunch Program again this year! Hot Lunch service will commence on Monday, September 19th for the 2016 - 2017 school year. We will be serving a Chicken Popper Meal on Mondays, Subway Deli Meal on Wednesdays and Pizza Lunch on Thursdays.  Papa John's and Subway are on the ASD-E approved hot lunch suppliers.  All of their products are low in fat and have no fillers, additives, preservatives, msg or trans-fats. 

Mondays Chicken Popper Meal: ONLY ONE SIZE OPTION - LARGE TICKET        

                                                - 5 Chicken poppers : 100% white chicken breast             

                                                -  1 garlic parmesan breadstick                                                                                                           - 250ml milk 1% (white or chocolate)

                                                - fresh fruit

Wednesdays Subway Deli Meal:  ONLY ONE SIZE OPTION - LARGE TICKET 

                          - ham and cheese deli bun with option of mustard, mayo, tomato & cucumber     

                           - 250ml milk 1% (white or chocolate)       

   -  fresh fruit


Thursdays Pizza : SMALL TICKET           

   - 1 slice of pizza with 100% beef topping and 100% mozzarella cheese    

 -   250ml milk 1% (white or chocolate)

         -  fresh fruit


                          LARGE TICKET 

     - 2 slices of pizza with 100% beef topping and 100% mozzarella cheese

           -  250ml milk 1% (white or chocolate)  

                           - fresh fruit


 At Frank L. Bowser School we use a ticket system to purchase Hot Lunch. Please note A price change this school year.  If you have hot lunch tickets from last year, we will honor those tickets.  

Small tickets cost $3.50 each or $35.00 per sheet (11 tickets for the price of 10).   

Large tickets cost $4.25 each or $42.50 per sheet (11 tickets for the price of 10). 

It is encouraged that you purchase tickets through School Cash-online. The online purchase needs to be made before 6:00 p.m. on Mondays. Your ticket orders will be printed Tuesday morning and tickets will be sent home in an envelope with your child.  

HERE’S HOW TO REGISTER:

Step 1:   Go to this website:  https://district2.schoolcashonline.com    

Step 2:   Register by selecting the “Get Started Now” and following the steps

Step 3:   After you receive the confirmation email, please select the ‘click here’ option, sign in and add each of your children to your household account.

   If you are having trouble registering on-line, please call the school and we can assist you. 

If you are purchasing with cash, send in the money on Tuesday mornings with your child’s name, classroom and what they want to purchase.  

You can also purchase sheets with cash during Meet the Teacher Night, Parent/Teacher Nights and other designated evening events throughout the year. It is important to note that we do not accept cheques at Frank L. Bowser School.  

On Hot Lunch days, if your child has forgotten a ticket, a notice will be sent home advising that a replacement ticket is required to cover the Hot Lunch that was provided for your child.                               

Frank L. Bowser’s Milk Program will continue this year. Milk is available every day at lunch for .50 cents (1% White or Chocolate Milk). Students can buy milk on a daily basis or you can use the online payment option to purchase a sheet of ten tickets for $5.00. 

A few suggestions:                                                                                                                      

Write your child’s name and class on each ticket and have an agreed upon safe place (in their book bag, agenda pouch, lunch box) for the ticket on hot lunch days. 

Try to have a few extra tickets on hand.  When you notice that you only have a few tickets left that's the best time to place your order online so you are sure to have tickets on hot lunch days.  If you have tickets left over at the end of the year, they can be carried forward to the next year. Grade 5 students can be reimbursed for unused tickets at the end of the year. 

Our hot lunch order is placed early in the morning.  If your child will be late for school on a hot lunch day, you can help by calling the main office (856-3450) and leaving a message stating your child’s name, class and either small or large order. 

If your child is intolerant or has an allergy to milk, a written note must be sent in to the office. A juice will be provided instead of milk for the year.  Please note that this option is only for those who have an intolerance or allergy to milk   

We are looking forward to another great year!                                    

Thank You,                      

Lisa Cormier Heather Pineau

Vice – Principal Hot Lunch Co-ordinator


September 18
New K-8 Provincial Report Card
September 05
Information for the first day of school
August 19
2016-2017 School Supply Information for Parents

 School Supply information for parents.pdfSchool Supply information for parents.pdf

Welcome back! Please see the attached document regarding school supplies for your child. The School Cash online website for payment is currently being updated for the new school year. It will be available to recieve your payments as soon as possible.

Thank you in advance.

We are looking forward to a great school year!

Kathy Goobie

November 18
No Lice, How Nice
November 02
Minister's Report on Achievement 2015
September 29
Healthy Eating = Healthy Learners
April 22
April/May FLB Parent Newsletter 2015
March 29
Week of March 29th - A very busy week ahead at FLB School

Hello Frank L. Bowser Families,

We have a very busy week ahead. Below are a few important items and dates to note as we go into the Easter long weekend.
1) The Dairy Queen Ice Cream Cake Fundraiser is back by popular demand. Be on the look-out for details in your child’s agenda or mail bag. More details to follow.
2) Report Cards were sent home on Friday. We hope you have had an opportunity to review the comments with your child, celebrate their progress and help them to set goals for the third and final term of this school year. Please sign and return the envelope. If you have any questions or concerns, your child’s teacher will be more than happy to discuss them with you. Your support and encouragement are very much appreciated and are critical to your child’s success.
3) Show and Share – student led conferences will be held on the evening of Wednesday, April 1st and the morning of Thursday, April 2nd. This is an opportunity for your child to share some of their work and/or demonstrate some of their learning skills and strategies. We ask that you return the appointment notice for the show and share conference with your child. If you have not yet made arrangements for an appointment, contact your child’s teacher.
3) There is no school for students on Thursday, April 2nd, due to the student-led conferences in the morning and professional development for teachers in the afternoon.
4) Wednesday, April 1st is our Hop-a-Thon for Muscular Dystrophy. Rather than collecting sponsors, we are encouraging all student to bring a Toonie to school on Wednesday to support this deserving cause. We appreciate your support as we continue to work to teach our students the importance of caring for others and making a positive change in our community. Thank you to our Home and School Association for donating the sales from last week’s popcorn day to the Hop-A-Thon for Muscular Dystrophy.
5) Frank L. Bowser Staff and Students will be dressing in blue to show their support for World Autism Awareness Day on Wednesday, April 1st. In an effort to raise awareness and educate others, students will be reading facts about autism in the morning announcements.  Don’t forget to wear something blue.
 
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs. Goobie and Mrs. Jonah
February 20
February-March, 2015 Newsletter
February 12
Thank You to all parents for a Super Hero Week of Kindness
January 24
Family Literacy Day - Bring your favourite book, dress in character and bring a loonie for the book sale.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

A reminder to all parents, that we will be celebrating Family Literacy Day on Tuesday, January 27th.  Students are invited to dress up as their favourite storybook character and/or bring their favourite book to share with a friend.  
Classes will be visiting the book fair Tuesday morning. All books will be sold for a dollar each. Don’t forget your money for the sale.
Thank you to all who donated books and thank you to the volunteers who will be coming in to help out with the sale.  We are still looking for book donations. If you have any books (for students between the ages of five to eleven) to donate, they can be dropped off at the front office or sent in with your child. All donations will be very much appreciated.
Family Literacy Day is a national awareness initiative held to raise awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities as a family. Just 15 minutes a day can improve a child’s literacy skills dramatically. If you are looking for fun ways to engage your child in Literacy activities, see the attached documents and check out the ABC Life Literacy website at; www.abclifeliteracy.ca
 
Kathy Goobie                 Jane Jonah
January 24
E-mail Security Advisory

Subject: E-mail Security Advisory
 
We have received reports of an on-going FAX SPAM e-mail event.  If you receive a message from any school-related e-mail account with the subject line “You have received a new fax” which contains a ZIP file please delete the message
 
Do not open or forward the e-mail message or attempt to open the attached file. Rest assured we are taking measures to address the situation.
 
______________________________
 
Robert Duguay
Director of Communications
Education and Early Childhood Development
January 21
Changes to Popcorn ordering proceedure and book fair information
January 21
Family Literacy Day is January 27th.
January 11
January 2015 FLB Parent Newsletter
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