All students will be participating in a fun run to show their commitment to being active for themselves and for the local community. This year Ogden school will be the focus of our support, to demonstrate how our children can be active in supporting others within their own TDSB community.
Change for Change!
Send in your loonies and toonies!
We will be collecting money in front of the office and on race day. Let’s see how much our community can raise to help our neighbours!
Fun Run Times
All parents are welcome to come out on Thursday June 14th to cheer on Runnymede students! The fun run will follow a similar format to the Terry Fox Run:
Grade 1 and 2: 9:15 – 9:40 am
Grade 3, 4, 5: 9:55 – 10:35 am
Grade 6, 7, 8: 10:55 – 11:25 am
JK/SK: 12:45 – 1pm
The Fun Run event is raising money to help support Ogden School, a TDSB school located in downtown Toronto. Ogden has a large immigrant and public housing population and previously benefited from some model funding, but they lost their model funding this year.
Money raised will be used to help purchase a basketball hoop for their playground and also to help with field trip assistance. The Ogden Parent Council is very appreciative of Runnymede’s support.
Mix and mingle with our amazing parent community (without the kids)! Runnymede’s annual Pub Night is slotted for May 4th, so why not book a sitter now and plan for a fun night out?
Date: Friday May 4, 2018
Time: 7:00pm (live band performance at 10:00)
Where: 3030 Dundas West.
Advanced tickets now on sale for $35 ($40 at the door).
Pizza Lunch is everyone’s favourite Friday!
We need you to lend a hand for Grade 1-8 Pizza Lunch next year. Here are the volunteer opportunities available:
Pizza Lead (8 hours in September and 4 hours monthly thereafter)
Primary coordinator of pizza lunch. This role is heavy in September as the order site needs to go live (done by an outside supplier) and the bulk of the orders will come in at this time. Each month involves updating new orders, fielding any parent issues, updating the order for both Pizza Pizza and the volunteer who prints pizza cards, ordering the plates and juice, communicating the order with Pizza Pizza catering and update month to reflect changing student orders. Supervise Pizza Lunch Day.
Volunteer coordinator (3-4 hours monthly)
Send out monthly email to solicit volunteers and ensure that enough people are available. Assign jobs to volunteers. Supervise volunteers on Pizza Lunch Day.
Veggies and Fruit Coordinator (45 minutes monthly)
Speak with Loblaws in early September to secure their continued support and provide dates. Confirm each order a week in advance. Pick-up order Friday morning of Pizza Lunch and deliver to the school.
Pizza Lunch is an important fundraiser for the school and is loved by both the kids and parents – it cannot continue without volunteer support.
If you can fill one of these roles please contact email@example.com.
Saturday November 18th
Game: 4:00pm – 6:30pm
Post Game Skate: 7:00pm
Tickets will be distributed to classrooms on Wednesday November 15th.
An e-mail has been sent to all ticket holders with details about the event.
Congratulations to the following ticket holders who have won a fan experience for their families!
Marlies Prize Pack Winners
Prize packs include a Marlies toque, water bottle, mini stick, activity book & pencil.
Bennett D. – Wosik
Evan M. – Bedard
Matthew P. – Colonna
Gavin B. – Bedard
Nathan W. – Karadimas
Catherine F. – Nyers
Will ride on the zamboni during the 1st intermission (they will have seatbelts)
Meet at Fan Services (Section 117) with 5 minutes left in the 1st period
Marlies Game Crew will walk you to the designated area with parents
Waiver to be signed at Guest Services
Molly A. – Anashara
Thomas K. – Visconti
Fan Tunnel Participants
Will high-five the Marlies as they head to the ice after the 1st intermission
Meet at Fan Services (Section 117) at the end of the 1st period
Parents / Guardians are not permitted but they can stand just behind the designated area to watch the Fan Tunnel.
|Milo N. – Boulton
||Ethan V. – Javor
||Julian C. – Doulos
|Camille F. – Anashara
||Dylan F. – MacDonell
||Matthew D. – Kling
|Owen Sm. – Anashara
||Kathryn H. – MacDonell
||Ella D. – Zenchuk
|Michael S. – Nitsis
||Owen Sa. – Bazos
||Luca P. – Bedard
|Eric A. – Evangelou
||Hanna W. – Nyers
||Coralie E. – Kling
|Austin E. – Doulos
||Luke D. – Kling
||Tessa E. – Freeman
|Spencer E. – Boulton
||Paige H. – Nyers
||Maggie Mc. – Freeman
|Luke S. – Doulos
||Olivia J. – Bazos
||Bronwyn B. – Anashara
|Elise C. – Kling
||Harrison B. – Martin-T
||Raina D. – Doulos
|Emme M. – Kling
||Rachel M. – Colonna
||Emmett A. – Chae
|Cameron I. – Bazos
||Ella H. – Boulton
||Josie P. – Javor
|Anthony C. – Zaharia
||Ian H. – Boulton
||Mathias R. – Nyers
|Julia S. – Dimitroff
||Hayden A. – Reynolds
||Wendy R. – Zenchuk
|Lucas St. –
If your child’s name has been chosen and they are NOT interested in participating, please e-mail us so we can re-draw for another winner.
Also, a special shout-out to Dylan who dressed as the incredible Marlies Mascot “Duke the Dog” for Halloween. Dylan wins a prize pack for showing his Marlies and Runnymede spirit!!
- Paper tickets will be distributed Wednesday November 15th
- They will be sent home with the child you listed on the ticket order
- You will need to bring these tickets to Ricoh Coliseum to get in to the event.
- Your e-mail confirmation or credit card receipt are NOT tickets, and will NOT give you entry to the venue.
- The game will take place at Ricoh Coliseum (directions here)
- Tickets will be grouped together in a few centre sections, so you can sit with your friends!
- “Marlies Alley” is open 90 minutes prior to the game, and features interactive games such as bubble hockey, hockey shooting challenge, foosball and community displays
Post-Game Skate Info
- Skates & Helmets can be brought into the arena before the game in small bags or backpacks ONLY. You will not be allowed to bring large duffel/hockey bags into the game.
- If you choose to leave your skates in the car until after the game, you can re-enter the arena via the north “group entry” doors at noted on the map below
- Meet at section 108 after the game ends, once you have your skates
- Helmets are mandatory for any skaters under 13 years old.
- No hockey sticks or pucks permitted
- Waivers must be signed for everyone going on the ice
Questions? Please contact Dale Cadeau – firstname.lastname@example.org