Respect, Responsibility, Safety
Dear Edgewood Parents,
Despite the cooler temperatures, the beauty of fall surrounds us. We are so lucky to live in a region that experiences all four seasons. October kicked off with a hub of activity including the final cross country run for our running team at Lac Des Bois, grade 6/7 volleyball games, our first PAC hot lunch and popcorn day as well as a Thanksgiving holiday, that yearly reminder to have an attitude of gratitude.
This week will see families engaged in Student Led Conferencing during the four days of early dismissal. This is an exciting and important event for you to be informed with your child about their learning progress at school. Please be sure to contact your child's teacher if you have not received an appointment time or need to change your time. As well this week, Mrs. Bernard and her helpers are hosting a Scholastic Book Fair in the library. The theme is Saddle Up and Read. We hope you are able to stop by. All proceeds from this event remain at the school to be used for library hosted events and resources.
Our grade 6/7 leadership students had their first meeting. Student Leadership is open to all students in these grades. If your child missed the meeting, it is not too late to join. They can see Mrs. Bryce. Stay tuned for more information on their up and coming Halloween Spirit Day.
Lastly, we have some new members of our staff team. We welcome Educational Assistant, Anne Gill, and Learning Assistant Teacher, Dawn Robson.