There are up to 6 pairs of seats available for each spring concert, priced at $100 per pair. Click below to purchase your tickets. First come first served.
Reserve the Best Seats in the House for your Child’s Next Concert!
Support Runnymede’s Arts Program and get a front row seat at your child’s next performance. It’s a win-win.
Here is the Spring concert schedule (all concerts take place in the Senior Gym):
April 25th – 7pm: Drama Showcase; Grades 4 & 5
May 9th – 9:30am: Kindergarten Concert; all Kinder classes
May 16th – 7pm: Senior Concert; Grades 7 & 8
May 23rd – 4pm: Primary/Junior Concert; Grades 3 & 4
May 23rd – 6pm: Band/Strings Concert; Grades 5 & 6
Tackling Anxiety and Stress Through Arts and Mindfulness
Parent Council is thrilled to welcome Jennifer Kay from Arts Express to Runnymede PS!
Please join fellow Runnymede parents as we learn more about equipping our children – and ourselves – with strategies for reducing anxiety and stress through mindfulness and the arts.
Wednesday March 20th, 2019, 6:00-7:00pm
Parent Council meeting to follow at 7:00pm
Funding has been generously provided by a PRO (Parents Reaching Out) Grant.
Attached is a digital copy of the program for our upcoming community event “Nuit Orange”.
This digital program is being sent ahead of the event to help you plan your evening. Inside, you will find a blocked-out timetable and schematic maps of the building’s various floors. The timetable has been colour coded to match the floor maps. Food stations are demarcated by an orange box with a white fork & knife, the specific food items and their locations are included in the timetable.
Room specific performances are listed in order in on the timetable. Guerrilla theatre spaces are located at the orange masks and will have random performances and times.
There will be a lot of moving performers during time blocks, however your child will know where they need to be and when. Please be respectful of the timelines and the announcements: this will allow the evening to run smoothly.
We ask that once you have entered a room for a performance, you remain in that room for the duration of that time slot or until the end of all scheduled performances for that room. That way all student work is appreciated and respected.
NOTE: There is no food permitted in the Library. We ask that you see this rule as a way of respecting our newly renovated space.
Kindly ensure that your child is wearing their appropriate costume items and / or black bottoms and an orange top if they are performing (music shirt if they are volunteering).
Ian Medley, Strings Teacher
John Kim, Band Director
Runnymede Public School
Nuit Orange 2019 – PROGRAM
If you are joining us for Nuit Orange please tag us on social media using the hashtag #NuitOrange2019
Nuit Orange: A Celebration of the Arts at Runnymede
Thursday January 31, 2019
6:30 – 9:00pm
There are no tickets required to attend Nuit Orange, but if you plan to enjoy some refreshments during the night you’ll need to order your tickets ahead of time.
Pre-ordered tickets will be sent home with your child by January 30th and you will need to bring the physical food/drink tickets with you to the event.
There will be food stations set up at various locations throughout the school, here is the menu for each station:
Sushi & Samosas
|Hummus & Slider Sandwiches
Popcorn, Terra Chips, Crispy Apple Chips
Mini cupcakes, mini cookies, candy
Mocktails, perrier, water, juice boxes
Click on the link to pre-order your tickets now
Each item will be 1 ticket
Tickets cost $2 each.
Order deadline is Friday January 25th!
We are looking for volunteers to help on the day of the event!
Please see attached sign-up genius if you have time to help make this event a success. Every 30 minutes of your time makes a difference!