Please join us in welcoming spring by celebrating a snapshot of Runnymede’s creative achievements!
The Kindergarten Spring Gallery Walk & Grade 3 Photo Exhibit and Silent Auction will take place April 18, 19, 24, 25 & 26.
Maison Fou Brasserie | 6:30-8:30pm
Unwind with a cocktail. Peruse the gallery. Bid on photography. Be inspired by spring!
Free admission, cash bar.
You are welcome to bring your little artists – they will be excited to see their work showcased!
Please check the chart below for when your child’s art will be on display.
|Tuesday April 18
|Wednesday April 19
|Monday April 24
|Tuesday April 25
|Wednesday April 26
Brought to you by the Arts & Enrichment Committee, Runnymede Parent Council.
Tuesday April 18th, 2017 7-8pm Senior Gym
Note: new date/time!
Juma Inniss from The Message is coming to Runnymede PS!
Would you like to better understand the ever-evolving world of social media that your child(ren) are exposed to?
Parent Council is thrilled to invite the popular Boston-based speaker, Juma Inniss, from ‘The Message’ to Runnymede PS, to host a talk on Social Media and how to guide parents in understanding the dynamics of various media platforms. Subject matter is most relevant for parents of Grades 6-8 students.
Juma is a highly successful motivational speaker who has used his musical talent and marketing background to elevate and deliver his content in an engaging manner. He currently conducts talks throughout the US and recently has worked with several schools in Toronto.
- Build understanding and trust between youth and adult authority figures in your home, school, or organization,
- Align attitudes and actions with an organization policy or vision
- Unite youth and adults to work together more effectively to achieve a common goal
Parents and students welcome; this is a unique opportunity for students and parents to experience Juma’s message together.
Funding has been generously provided by a PRO (Parents Reaching Out) Grant.
Read More about Juma and his program The Message Movement.
Phase Three of window installation began over March Break.
The beginning of the new window installation project is mainly a preparation stage. In order to ensure safety around the project, wood hoarding has been built in the all the classrooms that face Colbeck St. (South Side of School Building).
We are working with the project manager and the construction company to ensure that there is proper air flow in the classrooms and the students are in a comfortable learning environment. However, with the weather being unpredictable at this time of year and the temperatures fluctuating, it is requested that students dress in layers. Further information will be provided over the following days.
Thank you for your understanding,
Runnymede Jr. & Sr. PS
Your entire family is invited to support this important literary event by purchasing the latest and greatest in children’s books (English and French). Your support is very important and will help us obtain new books and resources for our library and classrooms. There will be hundreds of quality books with a wide assortment for all reading levels.
The Book Fair will be open during the following times:
- During class library times
- After school until 3:45pm
- Monday: open during last recess for Gr 1 & 2
- Tuesday: open during last recess for Gr 3 & 4
- Wednesday: open during last recess for Gr 5 & 6
- Thursday: open during last recess for everyone
Volunteers are needed to help with the Book Fair! If you can help during the day, at recess or after school please e-mail email@example.com or drop by the library to sign up.
Runnymede’s Hot Lunch Program launched on Tuesday Feb. 21st to rave reviews! Over 250 lunches were served to many happy students!
THANK YOU to Rose Reisman Kids Lunch staff, our School Administration, Joa Roth and most of all, to the parents for their support of this great initiative!
Remember, you can sign up anytime at: www.kidslunch.ca using the password RPS39.