We went shopping today and picked out a few new books! We would like to thank Coles Book Store Summerside and the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation for keeping us supplied with new books!
Congratulations to Mr. Studer and his crew for another fantastic School Triathlon!
With the great success of our Bingo Night last year, we are planning one for this year! Let’s make it even better. The event will take place on Thursday, June 2nd. This event will be a Prize Bingo Night. Please let all your friends know!
In order to have a successful night, we are looking for any prize donations people are willing to offer. Examples of prizes we are looking for are gift cards of any value, iPads/iPods, bikes, sports equipment, or even TV’s! You can donate as individual families or get together with your neighbours to donate a larger item! Any prize donations dropped off at the school office before Wednesday, May 25th would be greatly appreciated!
So get your bingo dabbers ready, grab the grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and neighbours and get ready to play some
Date: Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Time: Doors open at 6:00, games start at 6:30
Canteen will be available with chips, drinks, and treats.
Friday, May 6th: Area Association Meetings – NO CLASSES
Monday, May 23: Triton Triathon
Monday, May 23: Victoria Day – NO CLASSES
Congratulations to all students who participated in the 2016 Athena Heritage Fair! Your projects were impressive! A special thank you to our judges!
My name is Marilyn Campbell and I am the Home and School representative for the District Advisory Council (DAC) for Athena Consolidated School.
The mandate of the DAC is to advise the Minister of Education, Early Learning and Culture on education matters in the hopes to help shape an education system that is focused on and meets the needs of learners.
If you have any questions or concerns that I could address this council please send them along. You can use the following questions to guide your thoughts or concerns as these are the questions that the DAC will use as part of their discussion.
1. What are the key issues or priorities for parents in our school community? What values and beliefs represent parents in our school community?
2. What do schools need to know about your children to help them learn and be successful in their program?
3. What do you want schools to do to help your children learn and be successful in their program?
4. What role do you want to play in your child’s schooling?
Please email me any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org before April 15th.
Thanks for your time,