La Francophonie Mondiale
1:00- 3:00 pm
A school wide expo! Teachers and students have been working hard on projects that showcase Francophone countries from around the world. Explore France! Haiti! Burkina-Faso! Classes will visit throughout the afternoon. Families are invited to a self-guided tour of the work located in the West Gym. Please enter through the outside doors only.
1:00 to 1:30 performances by students
1:30 to 2:00 tour of the exhibits with students explaining their work
2:00 to 3:00 self-guided tour
We are currently looking for class reps for every grade except Catherine Cyr’s 2/3 class. A class rep serves as a liaison between teachers and parents (helping to find volunteers for class trips, sending reminders from the teacher out to class parents etc.) and also as a liaison between parents and the parent council (attends parent council meetings and lets class parents know about relevant issues that are discussed; passes along important dates, reminders etc.) This is an important role as teachers and parent council depend on the class rep to share/distribute timely information to class parents. Please note that this role can be shared between two parent volunteers.
If you would like to be a class rep please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
JK and SK Quick Facts 2012-2013 school year:
Morning JK/SK Class
Room #: 212
Morning JK/SK Class #2
Room #: 213
Afternoon JK/SK Class
Fiona MacCool and Lisa Clayton
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On Thursday, February 23, the kindergarten to grade 2 classes at Hawthorne participated in workshops with Bill Russell, a wonderful children’s entertainer. The students danced and sang and clapped to traditional children’s songs and dances in English and en francais.
Thanks once again to the enrichment committee and Mariposa in the Schools.
Rooms 212 and 213 have been roaming the neighbourhood looking for numbers, unusual things and houses of people we know. We’ve seen the Yarmouth elephant, Christie Pits and Sheila’s house, among local landmarks.