Good afternoon, This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, Feb 14th with a few announcements. First of all tomorrow is a half day for students. Buses will be leaving the school at noon.
Secondly, a reminder that the monthly newsletter will be emailed rather than sending home a paper copy. If you require a paper copy please write a note in your child's agenda or contact the school at 856-3441.
Thirdly, The home and school fundraiser was sent home on Monday. Please support this endeavor as it is the students who benefit from funds raised.
Finally, remember there is no school on Monday as it is Family Day and the rest of the week is wellness week. We will have a special guest on Tuesday and Friday and fruit and veggie trays will be supplied for the classes.
Dear Parents, This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, Feb 6th with a reminder that there is a meeting tonight at 6:30 at Sunny Brae School re the infrastructure of Mountain View, Sunny Brae and Forest Glen Schools.
Dear parents of students in grades K, 2 and 5. Please check your child's agenda for an important form. This form indicates the program of choice for next school year (English or Immersion). Please make sure that the form is correct and is returned to us by Thursday, Feb 8th.
Rebecca Schofield is a Riverview teen who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2017. When she found out she was terminal, she started a social media campaign, requesting random acts of kindness be posted in her honour, using the hashtag #beccatoldmeto. Her efforts have inspired people from all around the world to promote kindness.
Her motivation has been widely recognized not only by her high school, Riverview High, but throughout the entire Greater Moncton community and beyond. She has also been acknowledged provincially by Frank McKenna, with a scholarship in her name, by the NB Legislature (who will recognize the third Saturday in September as Becca Schofield Day) and nationally by the Senate, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. She was recently the recipient of the Governor General Award for the Meritorious Service Decoration (Civil Division).
Thousands of acts of kindness have been communicated on the Facebook Page “Becca’s Battle with Butterscotch” as a result. Local author, Jason Tremere has compiled 1000 of these random acts in the book titled “#beccatoldmeto” as a way to further share the inspiration.
To continue the sharing, Anglophone East is excited to offer the opportunity to purchase this book #beccatoldmeto through Cash Online on our website https://angloeast.schoolcashonline.com/.The cost of the book is $20 each with no added fees and the funds will be returned to the Schofield family.
Please allow the order three weeks for delivery to your school. Schools will notify you when the books are available for pick up. Thank you.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, Dec 12 with a few announcements. First of all, tomorrow night is our Christmas concert. We will be walking to the center tomorrow morning (10:05-11:30) for a practice. Please have your child dress for the weather. We are hoping to have the RCMP there to help us to cross the highway.
The concert is at 6:30, but the doors will open at 5:30. The Home and School are selling tickets on 6 terrific baskets and having a bake sale as well. Bring some cash and get in on the draws as well as purchasing some great baked good. Thank you to all the parents who donated baked goods and items for the baskets. I can't wait to see you all tomorrow night. Have a great evening.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, Dec 6th with a couple of announcements.
The home and school are looking for your support. They are planning on having a bake sale at the Holiday concert and are in need of baked goods. If you are able and willing to bake something for the sale we ask that you package it in half or full dozen (if cookies or squares) and please label what it is.
I am also looking for a couple of men to help set up the stage at the community center on Tuesday, Dec 12th. I am thinking 6:30 might be a good time. If you can help please contact the school. Thank you.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, Nov 29th with a reminder that there is no school for students on Friday, Dec 1.
Parents whose child is in Mrs. Maillet's class, could you please contact the school at 856-3441 and leave a message with your name confirming you received the previous talkmail?
Basket items for the ticket sale are due Monday, Dec 1st.
Thanks and I am looking forward to seeing you at the holiday concert on the 13th.
Dear parents of grade 1 students,
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, November 29th with a very important announcement. Due to an unavoidable situation Mrs. Maillet will be unavailable to conduct parent-teacher interviews this week. She will be in contact with you as soon as possible with a new date and time for your interview.
Thank you for your understanding.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Friday, Nov 24th with a few announcements. First of all report cards went home today. Please sign and return in the envelope. Secondly, there is a parent information night for parents of K, gr 2 and gr 5 students who are considering putting their child into immersion next fall. A notice went home with those students today, listing the time and places of information meetings. That is all for now. Have a great weekend.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, Nov 22 with a couple of announcements.
First of all a reminder that if you change your phone number or address to let the school know. We need to be able to get ahold of you in an emergency.
Secondly, the Home and School needs your help in raising funds. They are currently collecting items for Christmas baskets. Remember all funds raised go to support the school's technology goal. The goal is to be able to purchase more iPads for student use.
We are practicing our system lockdown tomorrow morning between 9:00 and 9:30. During that time we will not be allowing anyone in or out of the building and our phone lines are to remain open. This is only a drill.
Dear Parents, This is Mrs. Geneau on Thursday, Nov. 9 with a few announcements.
There is no school tomorrow, Nov 10th due to professional learning for staff and on Monday, Nov 13th as Remembrance Day falls on the weekend.
The Home and School fundraiser is due Wednesday, Nov 15th.
Mad Science forms are due Nov 15th as well. Note, there is no bussing available for after school programs.
And finally, when your child is going to be absent please contact the school at 856-3441 or inform the classroom teacher.
Thanks and have a great weekend.
Good afternoon parents. This is Mrs Geneau on Tuesday, Oct. 31 with an important announcement.
NB Power has informed us that Mountain View School has a planned power outage scheduled for 1pm on November 1st that is scheduled to last until 5pm.
All students will be dismissed at the early dismissal time of 1:35. If your child is picked up by someone or day care please let them know. Thanks.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Friday, October 27th with an announcement.
Papa John's is having a Family Pizza Day Fundraiser on Tuesday, October 31st. On Family Pizza Day, use promo code MVS when you order online, and when the order is $25 or more, 20% of your order will be donated to Mountain View School. Plus the next day, you will receive 25 Papa Rewards Points, which can be redeemed for a large 3-topping pizza! Order cannot be combined with other promo codes. Let all your friends and relatives know and Mountain View can raise more funds.
Great idea for Halloween supper!!
This is Mrs. Geneau, Principal of Mountain View School with a reminder that our Kick Off to Kindergarten is tomorrow at 4:00pm. This session is for parents only. Hope to see you there.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Monday, October 16 with a couple of reminders. Wednesday, October 18 is picture day and Thursday, Oct 19th is a half day with students going home at 12:00pm.
That is all for now. Have a great day!
We are pleased to announce that Mrs. Sondra Kitchen has been awarded the Minister's Excellent in Education Award for 2017. Students will notice a videographer will be present for a short period the morning of October 25, filming Mrs. Kitchen with staff and students. We have asked a few staff members and students to speak on camera reflecting on the teaching qualities that Mrs. Kitchen displays. Media consent forms were sent home at the beginning of the school year and we will adhere to these when filming is taking place.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, September 20th with a few announcements.
Tomorrow is half day- buses will be leaving the school at noon.
There have been a couple of reported cases of head lice. Please check your child's head and if you find any lice or nits a treatment should be done. We will be sending home some information on facts and tips for removal.
Agenda money is due on Monday and hot lunch order tomorrow.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Monday, September 18th with a couple of reminders.
First of all tomorrow is meet the staff night. We will first meet in the gym at 6:30. I am still looking for volunteers to join our PSSC (Parent School Support Committee).
Secondly, if you are a parent of a kindergarten student and have updated your child's immunization, please bring in the updated form for our records.
Thank you and have a great night.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Friday, September 15 with a few announcements. First of all it has been a great start up! Students and staff are settling in to routines and learning is well underway.
Meet the staff night is Tuesday, September 19 beginning at 6:30. We hope to see all parents/guardians there.
We are in need of 4 PSSC members if you are interested or want to nominate someone please contact the school at 856-3441 or email me at Brenda.email@example.com.
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 16 is Becca Scholfield Day and we at Mountain View School are asking students and staff to perform random acts of kindness and report back to the school on Monday so we can add our total acts of kindness to the district total and let Becca know we care.
That is all for announcements, have a great weekend and I hope to see you on Tuesday night.
Due to the impending rain that is supposed to come tomorrow, we are postponing our field day until Wednesday. If you were going to volunteer and can still make it can you let the school know either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the school at 856-3441. Thank you for your understanding in this issue.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Friday, May 26th with a few reminders.
1. The school is having it's annual talent show on Monday, May 29th beginning at 6:00pm.
2. There is no school for the current Kindergarten children on Tuesday, May 30th as this is our Pre-K event.
3. Parents of students entering K in the fall are asked to be at the school at 9:00am with your child for the Pre-K event.
That is all for announcements have a nice weekend.
Good evening parents,
This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, May 23rd with a reminder.
Sunny Brae School is holding an information session for parents of students going into grade 6 tomorrow at 6:00pm. Hope to see you there.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, May 16th with a few reminders. First of all, we have had several students arriving after 8:05 and it is disrupting the learning environment for all students. For those arriving late, parents are asked to please go to the front door, ring the bell, go to the office and sign your child in.
2. We will be holding the jump rope for heart event tomorrow afternoon.
3. There is no school on Friday, May 19 and Monday, May 22.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, May 9th with a few announcements.
1. Jump Rope for Heart envelopes are due tomorrow.
2. Alternate conveyance forms were sent home with the May newsletters, if your child will be going to day care or to another location other than home next fall the form needs to be completed and returned to school so that transportation can have the correct information at the beginning of the school year.
3. Grade 5 permissions for going to Sunny Brae School need to be signed and returned.
4. Reminder to current Kindergarten students that there is no school for them on Tuesday, May 30th as this is the Pre-K day.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, April 26th with a brief message. Today the students were given a presentation for the Jump Rope For Heart fundraising campaign. Last year our school raised $1783 dollars and our goal for this year is to raise $1800 for the Heart and Stroke Association. Envelopes for collections were sent home and we ask that they be returned on May the 10th. Parents may register online for donations or students may ask family and friends. Door to door collection is not encouraged. If you do not wish your child to participate please return the envelope. Thank you for helping our school learn about giving back to the community.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
This is Mrs. Geneau on Tuesday, April 18th with a reminder that we are having our Night of the Arts tomorrow. Doors open at 6:00pm for viewing the art work. The drama club will present at 6:30 and choir will sing after the drama presentation. The students have worked very hard this year and we hope you will all come and support them. A donation will be collected at the door with proceeds going to the drama club.
Dear Parents and guardians,
This is Mrs. Geneau on Thursday, April 6th with a couple of announcements. First of all there is no school tomorrow for students as it is parent-teacher interviews.
Secondly, on Monday, there will be a survey sent home with students in grades K-3 for parents to complete on student wellness. Grades 4 and 5 students will compete the student wellness survey here at school.
These survey results help us at the school to determine what we can do to help with student wellness at our school. The survey should not take anymore than 15 minutes to complete Please take the time to complete the survey and return it by Thursday, April 13. Should you choose not to complete the survey we ask that it be returned with your child. Thank you for your support.
We are going to cancel tonight's Home and School Meeting. We will send out another talk mail indicating when the next meeting will be held.
This is Mrs. Geneau on Wednesday, Feb 22nd with an important reminder.
This is a reminder that there will be no school, Friday, Feb. 24th as it is professional learning for staff.