Hi parents, We are trying to gauge interest in a ski program up at Mt Seymour. This would be a PAC run event for kids in Grades 4-7. The cost is approx $130 and this would be for two lessons, rentals and a bus ride from Norquay to Seymour. The dates would be January 8
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Come join us in celebrating the school garden. We’ll have music, food, crafts and a talk by our special guest, Indigenous herbalist Lori Snyder! Please register for this free event here! We hope to see you all there!
So as not to miss any of our volunteers, PAC is resending the school’s invite to the Volunteer Tea that will be on Wed. June 20 from 9:45 to 11:00. You may also get an invite from your child’s teacher or another staff member. Please respond to both so that we do not miss adding any
There will be: Prizes for those that ride their bike A safety check for your bike and helmet on Monday and Tuesday (Arrive early for this!) Lots of fun riding your bike! Make sure you register your trip every morning so the school can also win prizes! We will have a table set up near the bike racks outside
Hi everyone, We are holding another rummage sale this spring. This year, it will be on the same day as the school carnival: June 15. Please hold on to those shoes and clothes your kids have outgrown so you can donate them to the school. Last year, we made more than $1,500 for the school. We’re
Norquay’s WE Day club https://www.we.org/ is teaming up with Team Finn http://www.teamfinn.com/ to raise awareness and educate about children with cancer. On Thursday, April 26th, Norquay will have its third “PJ with a Purpose” initiative. Please encourage your family members, friends, colleagues, and work place to donate. There is an easy way for you to donate. You can CLICK HERE go to directly
Norquay has teamed up with HT Photography to have them come and take Family Photos on April 17 & April 18th. For just $25 you will get a Printed 8×10 photo with the option of purchasing packages or digital downloads online. We took the feedback from last years photos and found an amazing photographer with cheaper
From Feb to April, the entire school will be participating in “Walk About” workshops with Lori Snyder, an indigenous herbalist and educator, who will teach the students about medicinal and edible plants that grow all around us in common and everyday spaces. The workshops are being funded through the school garden fees and PAC. Here
The Scholastic book fair is back! Head to the Library in the morning, at lunch and afterschool. Your book purchases help to raise funds for our school library!!!