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June 18
Our Final Week

There are many special things happening this week:

Tuesday: Family BBQ at 11:30 & final dance for grades 5-8 from 6:30-9:00

Wednesday:  Grade 8 Boat Cruise

Thursday:  Awards ceremony 10:00​

Friday:  Last Day dismissal at 11:00

Happy Summer to all!

May 07
NED Show and yo-yo's!
Today we had a dynamic assembly put on by the NED Show. Through yo-yos and magic tricks, your children learned about Not giving up, Encouraging others, and Doing your best.
Your children have the opportunity to buy their own yo-yos just like the ones they saw in today's presentation. Letters went home last week indicating the prices of the yo-yos and additional equipment.
The sale will be held Wed. May 9 - Tues. May 15 on the lunch hour. Cash only please.

May 07
SPRING TEA 2018, MAY 8TH 12:30
Don’t forget to join us on our special day tomorrow, Tuesday, May 8th, beginning at 12:30.  New To the Spring Tea This Year...
 
The home and school will be selling raffle tickets on 4 raffle baskets (see contents below). 1 ticket for 2$ and 3 tickets for 5$. We will be selling tickets at the spring tea, beside our bake sale, as well as at the paint and pastries paint night on Thursday evening. The winner for the baskets will be drawn on Friday May 11th.
 
1. PHOTOGRAPHY BASKET - 11x14 Photo taken by Paula Grey (See photo on Facebook)
 
2. WELLNESS BASKET - Yoga gift certificate for Aparaloka yoga and gift certificate from Raine drops spa.
 
3. WEEKEND FUN and MASSAGE BASKET - One Night stay at riverside, Skinnys gift certificate, and two 75 minute gift certificates from Atlantic collage of therapeutic massage.
 
4. NIGHT OUT and BABYSITTING BASKET- Moco gift card, home made maple syrup, movie pass for two and four hours of babysitting at your home by our own teacher, Melissa Chetwynd
 
Thank you to all the local businesses that helped make this possible!
 
KRS Home and School

April 04
Tips for parents to help support executive functioning in the early years during playtime.
March 13
No School Tuesday, March 27th

Don't forget that Tuesday, March 27th there is NO SCHOOL for students.  This is a full Professional Learning Day for Teachers.​

January 30
KRS Facebook

Be sure to "Like" and "Follow" our new Keswick Ridge School Facebook Page for daily notices and updates.​

January 25
Pink Shirt Day February 28th

Check out our $5 T-shirts in the Latest School Documents catagory to order your child a pink shirt. Order forms were also sent home.  Pink Shirt Day is a day to take a stand against bullying.  Orders and money are due Monday, January 29th.​

January 25
Whooping Cough

Please see the document under Latest School Documents in regards to whooping cough.​

January 22
Bake Sale January 24th & January 25th

Our grade 5 students are hosting a bake sale this Wednesday, January 24th and Thursday, January 25th.  All funds raised will go towards the grade 5 Year end field trip to Snider Mountain for a French Immersion experience.  The times will be 9:30-9:40 & 11:30-11:45.  Items will be betwee $1 and $3.​

Thank you for your support.

December 14
MORNING DROP OFF SAFETY

MORNING BUSES & DROP OFF 
The snow has caused many obstacles for morning drop off and procedures have become somewhat un-safe.  Every morning the buses arrive at 7:35 for the 7:40 drop off.  This takes approximately 5 minutes (at the most) and then the buses are gone.  It is expected that cars will then drive through the drop off zone directly in front of the school, one at a time.  I realize many people are in a hurry however this is the safest way for children to arrive.  At current, our pull over lane and walkway from the main road (McKeen Drive) is not plowed which means it is not safe to park and or drop off the younger students there.  Please be patient and pull in by the front entrance.  Parents & guardians are asked to move through as quickly as possible, do not leave cars parked or unattended in the drop off zone to come into the school, and do NOT pass or go around cars that are in the drop off zone. If you wish to park and come in, please park at the furthest parking lot past the large garbage bins.  For parents dropping off students to catch the buses heading into town, I do understand this is more difficult.  If you must drop off by McKeen, plus be mindfull of students and other cars when pulling over and back out again.  It is preferrable that you simply use the larger parkinglot.
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