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Week at a Glance:

Thurs, Feb 13

  • Grade 5 Girls Basketball @ Happy Valley
  • Middle School Robotics Club (More Information Below)

Fri, Feb 14

  • Non Instructional Day – No School

Mon, Feb 17

  • Family Day – No School

Tues, Feb 18

  • Book Fair February 18-21 (More Information Below)
  • Grade 5 Girls Basketball – John Stubbs & Lakewood @ Savory
  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag

Wed, Feb 19

  • Pizza – Middle School $3/Slice

School News:

ROBOTICS CLUB

Middle School Robotics Club has started up and is taking place Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 pm. For more information, please speak with Mme. Hallett

GRADE 8 TRANSITION TO BELMONT

Grade 8’s to Belmont

SCHOLASTIC FRENCH BOOK FAIR

The Scholastic French Book Fair is coming soon! The book fair will be open to students and parents February 18-24th, before and after school as well as during lunch hour. Each class will have the opportunity to go through the book fair during their usual library time and write up a “wish list” to bring home. As always these events rely upon volunteers. Please click on the link and sign up for some time with us at the fair!

https://signup.com/login/entry/167006311983570042

JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE! 

Middle School Yearbooks are NOW on sale for $30.   This year, a “Zoom” insert of Current Events will be included with the purchase of each Yearbook!
The FASTEST and EASIEST way to order the Yearbook is online with a credit card at https://ybpay.lifetouch.ca/  You will need to enter the Yearbook ID Code -12895420 and search for your child to purchase a yearbook. Cash or Cheques made out to SD62 are also accepted in the office. If you have any questions, please contact Mme Gage at jgage@sd62.bc.ca

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT

Our Spring Concert dates have been set and we have begun working on the music! Here is some information regarding the concerts:

  • Dates: Tuesday, March 3rd, and Wednesday March 4th, 2020 (Note: your child’s class will perform on one of these two dates- see below for class lists)
  • Concert times: Both dates will have 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM shows which are open to families and friends. We will hold a dress rehearsal at 9:00 AM that is just for students at the school.
  • Drop off: For the evening concert, please drop off your child in their classroom at 5:30.
  • Concert Location: The Ecole John Stubbs Middle School Gym
  • What to wear: We encourage students to look their best, but there is no theme/dress code. Patterns, solid colours, nice jeans, dress pants, skirts, dresses, etc. are all just fine!
  • Elementary Choir: Choir members will have the option of performing in BOTH concerts. Please see the elementary choir website for information as to where they should go each night! johnstubbsmusic.weebly.com/elementary-choir.html

Concerts will be approximately one hour in duration. Out of respect to all students performing, we ask that you stay until the end of the concert.

Classes performing on March 3rd will be:

  • Elementary Choir
  • M. Gray
  • Mme Lloyd
  • Mme Pomper
  • Mme McLeod
  • Mme Adamek
  • Mme Millar
  • Mme Mastrodonato
  • Mme Marlin
  • Mme Polomark
  • Mme Clarke
  • Mme Crombie
Classes performing on March 4th will be:

  • Elementary Choir
  • M. Barker
  • Mme Dorran
  • M. Summers
  • M. Papageorgiou
  • Mme Marshall
  • Mme Jenkins
  • Mlle Fisher
  • Mme Kaludjer
  • Mme Sheilagh/Mme Ryan
  • Mme Bouchard
  • M. Button
  • Mme Walsh

District News, Links and Info:

Sr. Girls AAAA High School Basketball Championships

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Thurs, Feb 6

  • Carnaval Event
  • Grade 5 Girls Basketball Game – Sangster and John Stubbs @ Savory

Fri, Feb 7

  • No Hot Lunch Today – Please send your child(ren) with a lunch
  • PAC Pancake Day

Mon, Feb 10

  • Grade 5 Boys Basketball Game – David Cameron and John Stubbs @ Lakewood
  • Ski Trip Parent Meetings – 8:00-8:30am or 3:00-3:30pm (see below for more information)

Tues, Feb 11

  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag
  • Grade 6 Volleyball @ St. Michaels

Wed, Feb 12

  • Pizza – Middle School $3/Slice
  • Gr 7 Girls Volleyball @ Rockheights

School News:

ATTENDANCE

To report your student’s absence(s) please do one of the following:

  • call the attendance line at 250-478-0667 and leave a message with your child’s full name and teacher and date(s) of absence; or
  • email johnstubbs@sd62.bc.ca. Please put the date(s) of the absence, name of your student and teacher’s name in the subject line in the email.

PANCAKE DAY

Our annual PAC Pancake Day will be taking place on Friday, Feb. 7.
All students in grades KG-8 will be served pancakes, sausages, and orange slices with their classes throughout the day.  GF pancakes and sausages and turkey sausages will also be available.
As this event is taking place all day on Friday, there will be no hot-lunch service on Feb. 7.  Please remember to send your student with a non-breakable plate, cutlery and a lunch on that day.
We would love to have your help in making and serving pancakes on Feb. 7.  Please sign up here if you can volunteer:  https://signup.com/go/EFaRkLi
~John Stubbs PAC

Please note as there will be no hot lunch on Friday Feb 7 it is important to send your child with a lunch. Classes will be brought down throughout the day for Pancakes.

UPCOMING NON-INSTRUCTIONAL DAY

Friday February 14 is a non-instructional day – No School.

MIDDLE SCHOOL MOUNT WASHINGTON SKI TRIP

The annual Mt Washington Ski trip will be on March 4, 2020. If your child is interested in attending the ski trip a parent must attend one of four parent information sessions.

The Parent Information Sessions are:
Feb 5 8:00-8:30am or 6:00-6:30pm
Feb 10 8:00-8:30am or 3:00-3:30pm

Please send an email with “Washington” in the subject line confirming the parent information session you will attend mlaframboise@sd62.bc.ca

A NOTE FROM OUR SOCIAL JUSTICE CLUB

  1. PaintNite Fundraiser:

Are you the next Claude Monet, or perhaps more of a paint-by-number type of person? Either way come join us February 26th at 7pm for a night out at Ma Miller’s pub to enjoy a beverage and create a masterpiece to take home. All proceeds will go to support Ecole John Stubbs drama program. Click on the link below to sign up.

https://www.yaymaker.com/ca/bc/highlands/29753/events/ma-millers-pub/february-26/02-26-20-paint-nite-fundraiser-for-john-stubbs-drama-program-10190785/

  1. Warm Welcome Hot Chocolate Sale February 6th:

The Social Justice club is fundraising to help sponsor a refugee family here in Victoria and give them a warm welcome. Students will be selling hot chocolate for a dollar (50 cents with your own cup) and snacks for 50 cents to two dollars.

  1. Kind-y-Grams February 12th:

Everyone could use a little more positivity, the social justice club will be selling “Kind”y-Grams for a dollar until February 11th to spread positive messages with a sweet surprise. All proceeds go to support sponsoring a refugee family.

  1. Coldest Night Campaign until February 21st.

The Social Justice club will once again be collecting new and gently used items of clothing to help bring warmth to families suffering from home insecurity. There will be a competition between middle school classes with a prize for the class with the most donations. All donations will be brought to Our Place to be distributed to those in need. For more information check out https://www.ourplacesociety.com/

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT

Our Spring Concert dates have been set and we have begun working on the music! Here is some information regarding the concerts:

  • Dates: Tuesday, March 3rd, and Wednesday March 4th, 2020 (Note: your child’s class will perform on one of these two dates- see below for class lists)
  • Concert times: Both dates will have 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM shows which are open to families and friends. We will hold a dress rehearsal at 9:00 AM that is just for students at the school.
  • Drop off: For the evening concert, please drop off your child in their classroom at 5:40.
  • Concert Location: The Ecole John Stubbs Middle School Gym
  • What to wear: We encourage students to look their best, but there is no theme/dress code. Patterns, solid colours, nice jeans, dress pants, skirts, dresses, etc. are all just fine!
  • Elementary Choir: Choir members will have the option of performing in BOTH concerts. Please see the elementary choir website for information as to where they should go each night! johnstubbsmusic.weebly.com/elementary-choir.html

Concerts will be approximately one hour in duration. Out of respect to all students performing, we ask that you stay until the end of the concert.

Classes performing on March 3rd will be:

  • Elementary Choir
  • M. Gray
  • Mme Lloyd
  • Mme Pomper
  • Mme McLeod
  • Mme Adamek
  • Mme Millar
  • Mme Mastrodonato
  • Mme Marlin
  • Mme Polomark
  • Mme Clarke
  • Mme Crombie
Classes performing on March 4th will be:

  • Elementary Choir
  • M. Barker
  • Mme Dorran
  • M. Summers
  • M. Papageorgiou
  • Mme Marshall
  • Mme Jenkins
  • Mlle Fisher
  • Mme Kaludjer
  • Mme Sheilagh/Mme Ryan
  • Mme Bouchard
  • M. Button
  • Mme Walsh

TC10K – ECOLE JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

John Stubbs will have a Middle School Team for the Times Colonist 10K race held on Sunday April 26th 2020!   Race time is at 8:00am.  More information about the race can be found at:  https://runsport.ca/tc10k/

Practices:
We will not be having after school practices, but Mme Gage will be participating in the race.   If you email Mme Gage, (Subject TC10K and your child’s name) she will also forward you a simple training plan created by a parent to help you and your child prepare for the race.

Next steps:

  1. If your child will participate, you need to register them online and pay the $39 entrance fee. If do so by Jan 31st you will get that rate as prices go up by $10 on Feb 1st.  When you sign up remember to select “Students & Teachers on TC10K School Teams” and choose Ecole John Stubbs from the list.
  2. Train with your child if you can! Once I have your email, I can forward you the training plan.
  3. Get your child to the race on race day 🙂 I will send out an email closer to the time with the specifics.

If you want to participate in the race, feel free to sign up under our team!

ACTIONS D’AMIS:

The Action D’Amis club has started a HAT, SCARF, MITT AND SOCK COLLECTION to benefit the homeless.  If you possibly can donate one (or two or three…?) NEW items for the basket in the Student Support Area, the club would be most grateful.  We intend to send valentines notes along with our donation.  Donations due by Feb 7th and THANK YOU/MERCI in advance! Charlotte Friend

JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE! 

Middle School Yearbooks are NOW on sale for $30.   This year, a “Zoom” insert of Current Events will be included with the purchase of each Yearbook!

The FASTEST and EASIEST way to order the Yearbook is online with a credit card at https://ybpay.lifetouch.ca/  You will need to enter the Yearbook ID Code -12895420 and search for your child to purchase a yearbook.

If you would like to pay via cash/cheque, please have your child see Kelly in the office.  Cheques need to be made out to SD62.

Thank you for supporting the Yearbook Team as we work hard to capture the memories of the 2019/20 School Year!

If you have any questions, please contact Mme Gage at jgage@sd62.bc.ca

SCHOLASTIC FRENCH BOOK FAIR

The Scholastic French Book Fair is coming soon! The book fair will be open to students and parents February 18-24th, before and after school as well as during lunch hour. Each class will have the opportunity to go through the book fair during their usual library time and write up a “wish list” to bring home. As always these events rely upon volunteers. Please click on the link and sign up for some time with us at the fair!

https://signup.com/login/entry/167006311983570042

 
 

MIDDLE SCHOOL MOUNT WASHINGTON SKI TRIP

The annual Mt Washington Ski trip will be on March 4, 2020. If your child is interested in attending the ski trip a parent must attend one of four parent information sessions.

The Parent Information Sessions are:
Feb 5 8:00-8:30am or 6:00-6:30pm
Feb 10 8:00-8:30am or 3:00-3:30pm

Please send an email with “Washington” in the subject line confirming the parent information session you will attend mlaframboise@sd62.bc.ca

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Thurs, Jan 30

  • Belmont Ambassadors visit grade 8 classes

Fri, Jan 31

  • Hot Lunch – Asian Noodle House

Mon, Feb 3

  • Grade 5 Boys Basketball Game at Willway

Tues, Feb 4

  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag

Wed, Feb 5

  • Pizza – Middle School $3/Slice
  • PAC meeting 6:30 p.m.

School News:

ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT

Our Spring Concert dates have been set and we have begun working on the music! Here is some information regarding the concerts:

  • Dates: Tuesday, March 3rd, and Wednesday March 4th, 2020 (Note: your child’s class will perform on one of these two dates- see below for class lists)
  • Concert times: Both dates will have 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM shows which are open to families and friends. We will hold a dress rehearsal at 9:00 AM that is just for students at the school.
  • Drop off: For the evening concert, please drop off your child in their classroom at 5:40.
  • Concert Location: The Ecole John Stubbs Middle School Gym
  • What to wear: We encourage students to look their best, but there is no theme/dress code. Patterns, solid colours, nice jeans, dress pants, skirts, dresses, etc. are all just fine!
  • Elementary Choir: Choir members will have the option of performing in BOTH concerts. Please see the elementary choir website for information as to where they should go each night! www.johnstubbsmusic.weebly.com/elementary-choir.html 

Concerts will be approximately one hour in duration. Out of respect to all students performing, we ask that you stay until the end of the concert.

Classes performing on March 3rd will be:

Elementary Choir

  • Gray
  • Mme Lloyd
  • Mme Pomper
  • Mme McLeod
  • Mme Adamek
  • Mme Millar
  • Mme Mastrodonato
  • Mme Marlin
  • Mme Polomark
  • Mme Clarke
  • Mme Crombie

Classes performing on March 4th will be:

Elementary Choir

  • Barker
  • Mme Dorran
  • Summers
  • Papageorgiou
  • Mme Marshall
  • Mme Jenkins
  • Mlle Fisher
  • Mme Kaludjer
  • Mme Sheilagh/Mme Ryan
  • Mme Bouchard
  • Button
  • Mme Walsh

BELMONT PARENT INFORMATION NIGHT

Belmont is hosting their annual grade 8 parent info evening Wednesday January 29th beginning at 6:30pm in their Theatre.

They will share an overview of the transition processes and some insight into what parents and students can expect as they begin grade 8.  The presentation will be done by approximately 7pm and then families are welcome to tour the school to have a look around.

TC10K – ECOLE JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL TEAM

John Stubbs will have a Middle School Team for the Times Colonist 10K race held on Sunday April 26th 2020!   Race time is at 8:00am.  More information about the race can be found at:  https://runsport.ca/tc10k/

Practices:
We will not be having after school practices, but Mme Gage will be participating in the race.   If you email Mme Gage, (Subject TC10K and your child’s name) she will also forward you a simple training plan created by a parent to help you and your child prepare for the race.

Next steps:

  1. If your child will participate, you need to register them online and pay the $39 entrance fee. If do so by Jan 31st you will get that rate as prices go up by $10 on Feb 1st.  When you sign up remember to select “Students & Teachers on TC10K School Teams” and choose Ecole John Stubbs from the list.
  2. Train with your child if you can! Once I have your email, I can forward you the training plan.
  3. Get your child to the race on race day 🙂 I will send out an email closer to the time with the specifics.

If you want to participate in the race, feel free to sign up under our team!

ACTIONS D’AMIS:

The Action D’Amis club has started a HAT, SCARF, MITT AND SOCK COLLECTION to benefit the homeless.  If you possibly can donate one (or two or three…?) NEW items for the basket in the Student Support Area, the club would be most grateful.  We intend to send valentines notes along with our donation.  Donations due by Feb 7th and THANK YOU/MERCI in advance! Charlotte Friend

HOT LUNCH

Please make note that there will be not hot lunch on Friday February 7. Our wonderful PAC will be serving up pancakes throughout the day for students. Please pack a lunch for your child.

MESSAGE FROM OUR PAC

Pancake Day

Our annual PAC Pancake Day will be taking place on Friday, Feb. 7.
All students in grades KG-8 will be served pancakes, sausages, and orange slices with their classes throughout the day.  GF pancakes and sausages and turkey sausages will also be available.
As this event is taking place all day on Friday, there will be no hot-lunch service on Feb. 7.  Please remember to send your student with a non-breakable plate, cutlery and a lunch on that day.
We would love to have your help in making and serving pancakes on Feb. 7.  Please sign up here if you can volunteer:  https://signup.com/go/EFaRkLi
~John Stubbs PAC

JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE!   

Middle School Yearbooks are NOW on sale for $30.   This year, a “Zoom” insert of Current Events will be included with the purchase of each Yearbook!

The FASTEST and EASIEST way to order the Yearbook is online with a credit card at https://ybpay.lifetouch.ca/  You will need to enter the Yearbook ID Code -12895420 and search for your child to purchase a yearbook.

If you would like to pay via cash/cheque, please have your child see Kelly in the office.  Cheques need to be made out to SD62.

Thank you for supporting the Yearbook Team as we work hard to capture the memories of the 2019/20 School Year!

If you have any questions, please contact Mme Gage at jgage@sd62.bc.ca

SCHOLASTIC FRENCH BOOK FAIR

The Scholastic French Book Fair is coming soon! The book fair will be open to students and parents February 18-24th, before and after school as well as during lunch hour. Each class will have the opportunity to go through the book fair during their usual library time and write up a “wish list” to bring home. As always these events rely upon volunteers. Please click on the link and sign up for some time with us at the fair!

https://signup.com/login/entry/167006311983570042

ATTENDANCE

To report your student’s absence(s) please do one of the following:

  • call the attendance line at 250-478-0667 and leave a message with your child’s full name and teacher and date(s) of absence; or
  • email johnstubbs@sd62.bc.ca. Please put the date(s) of the absence, name of your student and teacher’s name in the subject line in the email.

District News, Links and Info:

Boys Girls Club Nature Based Camps Ages 5 – 12

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Thurs, Jan 23

  • Guest Reader – Grizzlies

Fri, Jan 24

  • Dress as your Favourite Book Character Day
  • Cookies and Milk (Please send your child with a mug and a couple cookies)
  • Hot Lunch – Royal Bay Bakery

Mon, Jan 27

Tues, Jan 28

  • Music Conservatory Performance
  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag

Wed, Jan 29

  • Belmont Visit for All Grade 8’s
  • Belmont Parent Info Night 7:00pm (more information below)
  • Pizza – Middle School $3/Slice

School News:

JOHN STUBBS MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOKS NOW ON SALE!   

Middle School Yearbooks are NOW on sale for $30.   This year, a “Zoom” insert of Current Events will be included with the purchase of each Yearbook!

The FASTEST and EASIEST way to order the Yearbook is online with a credit card at https://ybpay.lifetouch.ca/  You will need to enter the Yearbook ID Code -12895420 and search for your child to purchase a yearbook.

If you would like to pay via cash/cheque, please have your child see Kelly in the office.  Cheques need to be made out to SD62.

Thank you for supporting the Yearbook Team as we work hard to capture the memories of the 2019/20 School Year!

If you have any questions, please contact Mme Gage at jgage@sd62.bc.ca

LITERACY WEEK

Literacy week is well underway at John Stubbs. Kick off assemblies took place yesterday, Read-a-Thon pledge forms and reading logs have been sent home and book donations continue to arrive (thank you!) All students have the opportunity to choose a gently used book to keep from the donations received.

This Thursday, the Victoria Grizzlies hockey team will be at the school reading with some of the elementary classes. All students are encouraged to wear hockey jerseys if they wish. Grizzlies players will be available for autograph signing, and to play floor hockey with middle school students at lunch recess. This Saturday, the Grizzlies are having a special night to celebrate military members and their families. Game time is 7:00 pm – everyone is welcome.  Please visit https://www.victoriagrizzlies.com/ for game schedule and other information.

Friday is “dress as your favourite book character” day. It is also milk and cookie day; PAC is supplying milk and we ask that each student bring a cup or mug and a couple of cookies.

There are several community events taking place throughout the city. Please visit https://southislandliteracy.com/ to find out more.

A final reminder to visit the Greater Victoria Public Library website www.gvpl.ca There are always lots of programs and events taking place. We encourage students to search the public library for books that we may not have at our library and to place holds for added convenience.

Thank you and happy reading!
– John Stubbs Library Staff

SCHOLASTIC FRENCH BOOK FAIR

The Scholastic French Book Fair is coming soon! The book fair will be open to students and parents February 18-24th, before and after school as well as during lunch hour. Each class will have the opportunity to go through the book fair during their usual library time and write up a “wish list” to bring home. As always these events rely upon volunteers. Please click on the link and sign up for some time with us at the fair!

https://signup.com/login/entry/167006311983570042

GRADE 8 TRANSITION TO ROYAL BAY INFORMATION:

For Grade 8 students who are interested in attending Royal Bay Secondary next year, there is a student visit on January 29th from 9:20- 11am at Royal Bay.  Families are responsible for getting their child to RBSS and back to John Stubbs on this day.

The parent info session is on January 30th at RBSS.  For parents who are interested in learning about the AVID program, the meeting starts at 6:00pm.  The general meeting starts at 6:30.

GRADE 8 TRANSITION TO BELMONT INFORMATION:

January 29 – All Grade 8 students and their classroom teachers will enjoy a sampling of Belmont’s fabulous music, dance, art and theatre programs. Students will also meet some of the Belmont Staff.

January 29 – Parent/Student Belmont Information Evening. Parents and students are invited to learn more about their future school and to meet staff. Time: 7-7:30 PM Principal address, followed by Q&A period. 7:30-8 PM Tour of Belmont.

Gr 8 Transition 2020

ATTENDANCE

To report your student’s absence(s) please do one of the following:

  • call the attendance line at 250-478-0667 and leave a message with your child’s full name and teacher and date(s) of absence; or
  • email johnstubbs@sd62.bc.ca. Please put the date(s) of the absence, name of your student and teacher’s name in the subject line in the email.
 
 

For Grade 8 students who are interested in attending Royal Bay Secondary next year, there is a student visit on January 29th from 9:20- 11am at Royal Bay.  Families are responsible for getting their child to RBSS and back to John Stubbs on this day.

The parent info session is  on January 30th at RBSS.  For parents who are interested in learning about the AVID program, the meeting starts at 6:00pm.  The general meeting starts at 6:30.

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Fri, Jan 17

  • Kindergarten and Late French Immersion Registration CLOSES at 4:00pm
  • Hot Lunch – Panago Pizza

Mon, Jan 20

  • Literacy Week Begins (Jan 20-24)

Tues, Jan 21

  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag

Wed, Jan 22

  • Pizza – Middle School $3/Slice

 

School News:

MESSAGE FROM THE LIBRARY:

The annual Read-a-Thon will be taking place at John Stubbs from January 20-24. One aspect of this fantastic week of literacy is the Book Swap. We are asking families to donate gently used French or English books. All students will then get to choose one book to take home and keep. Donation boxes will be available in each classroom, the library and the main office. All book donations are greatly appreciated.

Library books over the holidays – If students have library books at home over the holiday season, please do not take them with you if you are travelling out of town.

GRADE 8 TRANSITION TO BELMONT INFORMATION:

January 29 – All Grade 8 students and their classroom teachers will enjoy a sampling of Belmont’s fabulous music, dance, art and theatre programs. Students will also meet some of the Belmont Staff.

January 29 – Parent/Student Belmont Information Evening. Parents and students are invited to learn more about their future school and to meet staff. Time: 7-7:30 PM Principal address, followed by Q&A period. 7:30-8 PM Tour of Belmont.

Gr 8 Transition 2020

 

MESSAGE FROM THE PAC:

Pink shirt day is coming up on Wednesday,  Feb. 26 (https://www.pinkshirtday.ca/).

Pink shirts are now available for purchase on the hot lunch site (https://johnstubbs.hotlunches.net/admin/) (Access code:  JSPAC2019).  Order deadline is January 20.

This year’s design is similar to last year’s and features our school’s logo and the slogan “La gentillesse commence avec moi”.  Shirts are $10 each with a range of sizes to choose from.  We are also selling pink shirts with 2018’s design at a discounted price of $5 each (limited sizes available).

Please feel free to contact Melissa (jspacpres@gmail.com), if you have any questions.

~John Stubbs PAC

 

District News, Links and Info:

Greater Victoria Baseball Assoc.

Langford and Sooke Minor Fastball 2020

 
 

A message created by the Langley Infant Mental Health Collaborative to increase parents’ and caregivers’ awareness of the importance that simple every day interactions can have on the well-being and mental health of their baby.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeeoOlXcGAo

 
 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

With the possibility of snow over the coming days, please take a look at our weather procedures. Schools remain open if at all possible, including during snowfalls. It is always up to you to decide whether or not to send your child to school during inclement weather.

Weather-Related Closures & Cancellations

For instant updates and information posts, please follow us on social media:

We will also post to the SD62 Website: http://www.sd62.bc.ca/

Thanks for taking the time to look through this,

SD62 Communications Team

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Thurs, Jan 9

  • Late French Immersion Parent Info Night at 6:00 p.m. (see below for more information)

Fri, Jan 10

  • Hot Lunch – Hot Dogs

Mon, Jan 13

  • Kindergarten and Late French Immersion Registration Opens (Jan 13-17)

Tues, Jan 14

  • Poppin’ for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag CANCELLED will resume Jan 21, 2020

Wed, Jan 15

  • Pizza for Middle School $3/Slice
  • Elementary Science World Assembly

 

School News:

Late French Immersion Parent Information Night

This information session is for parents with children who are going into grade 6 in September 2020 and are interested in learning more about Late French Immersion at John Stubbs.

Please join us on Thursday January 9, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in our Learning Commons on the 2nd floor.


Messages from the library:

The annual Read-a-Thon will be taking place at John Stubbs from January 20-25. One aspect of this fantastic week of literacy is the Book Swap. We are asking families to donate gently used French or English books . All students will then get to choose one book to take home and keep. Donation boxes will be available in each classroom, the library and the main office. All book donations are greatly appreciated.

Library books over the holidays – If students have library books at home over the holiday season, please do not take them with you if you are travelling out of town.

 


Grade 8 Transition to Belmont Information:

Gr 8 Transition 2020

 

District News, Links and Info:

Mindfit FREE 8 week program jointly offered by SD 62 and the Westshore YMCA, for youth ages 13 – 19, who have mild to moderate symptoms of anxiety and / or depression and who are interested in strategies to improve their overall mental health; includes free short term pass to the Y. Facilitated by Kathleen Cherry, School Psychologist SD62

GLC Jan 25 – Ruby Gr 8 Transition 2020

Parenting Without Power Struggles

Parents in the Know Program

Parents Together Program

 
 

Week at a Glance:

Fri, Dec 20

  • Last day of Classes before Winter Break
  • Hot Lunch – No Hot Lunch Today Please Pack a Lunch

Mon, Jan 6

  • School Reopens – Classes back in Session

Tues, Jan 7

  • Pop for Peeps – Elementary $1/bag

Wed, Jan 8

  • PAC Meeting 6:30 p.m.
  • Pizza for Middle School $3/Slice

 

School News:

INFORMATION NEEDED – We need to know if you are registering a Kindergarten Student at our school for the 2020-2021 school year.

Hello Parents and Guardians,

As you are probably now aware, French Immersion Kindergarten Registration begins on January 13th.

SD #62 Enrollment Priorities state that students with siblings registered at our school in the 2019-2020 school year have priority when enrolling in our Kindergarten program. This does not include students who are in Grade 8, as they will be going onto high school next year.  Please see the district’s enrollment webpage http://www.sd62.bc.ca/parents/registration/student-enrolment-priorities/

To help us understand how many siblings we can expect to register at our school, please email our School Student Records Clerk, Deb Israel at dlisrael@sd62.bc.ca right away and tell her:

  • the name of the kindergarten child you are enrolling, and
  • the name of their sibling(s).

Please note: this is for our school’s information only.  You must officially register your Kindergarten child online starting January 13th at: http://www.sd62.bc.ca/parents/registration/.

We thank you in advance for your help in this matter,

The École John Stubbs Office Team


Messages from the library:

The annual Read-a-Thon will be taking place at John Stubbs from January 20-25. One aspect of this fantastic week of literacy is the Book Swap. We are asking families to donate gently used French or English books . All students will then get to choose one book to take home and keep. Donation boxes will be available in each classroom, the library and the main office. All book donations are greatly appreciated.

Library books over the holidays – If students have library books at home over the holiday season, please do not take them with you if you are travelling out of town.

 


There’s still time to order your student’s Lifetouch Photo, please see the link below for more information

LifeTouch Reminder





Coast Collective Art Centre Classes – Ages 9 – 16

SPEAC Parent Survey

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