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NEWSLETTER _8 le 20 octobre – October 20th_ 2009

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					1527 Alexandra Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3C1 Phone: (306)659-7430 Fax: (306)659-2134 Email: st.paul@scs.sk.ca Newsletter on the Website: http://blog.scs.sk.ca/pau/ Principal: Marc Émard Vice Principal: Curtis Pek Office Coordinator: Aurélie Poelzer

NEWSLETTER #8

le 20 octobre – October 20th, 2009

“THIS IS MY COMMANDMENT: LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS I LOVE YOU. NO ONE HAS GREATER LOVE THAN THIS, TO LAY DOWN ONE’S LIFE FOR ONE’S FRIENDS. JOHN 15:12-13

OCTOBER 2009
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October 30th. Students from Grade 5 to Grade 8 will participate in a Halloween Dance In Motion Activity beginning at 1:00 p.m.

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Education Week “Achieving My Inner Best/Le succès est en moi.” CHEP Good Food Box delivery 12:30 p.m. Grade 5 to 8 students go skating at Archibald Arena 2:30 p.m. Senior Girls Volleyball Tournament at St. George School Hot Lunch – Hot Dogs 12:15 p.m. Volleyball Game Staff vs Students 9:00 a.m. Photo Retakes 9:00 a.m. Schools Win Twice Raffle tickets due CHEP Good Food Box orders due 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Polling Station in the Gym 9:00 a.m. Gr. 5/6 go to Beaver Creek 12:30 p.m. Grade 1 to 4 students go skating at Archibald Arena 3:45 p.m. Senior Girls Volleyball Game - École St. Paul School at St. Angela School 11:00 a.m. Pumpkin Patch – Kindergarten 10:00 a.m. All Saints Day Celebration for Grade 1 to 8 students All Saints Day Common Dismissal Day – (No School for Students) CHEP Good Food Box delivery 12:30 p.m. Grade 5 to 8 students go skating at Archibald Arena 3:45 p.m. Senior Girls Volleyball Game - École St. Paul School at St. George School CHEP Good Food Box orders due 1:00 p.m. Middle Years Activity (Grade 5 to 8 students do swimming at Harry Bailey Aquatic Centre 11:15 a.m. Remembrance Day Celebration (K to 8 students) Remembrance Day (No school for students & staff) 9:00 a.m. Teen Aid Presentations (Grades 6 to 8 students) Progress Reports handed out (Grade 1 to 8 students) CHEP Good Food Box delivery 12:30 p.m. Grade 1 to 4 students go skating at Archibald Arena Schools Win Twice Draw 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences (K to 8) No classes for K to 8 students 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Parent/Student/Teacher Conferences (K to 8) 12:30 p.m. Grade 5 to 8 students go skating at Archibald Arena

Thank you
... to those who donated footwear for the St. Mary School Shoe Drive. Your continued generosity is much appreciated. … to Mme Sander for beautifully decorating the birthday showcase located in the main hallway. … to Audrey Conn, our School Public Health Nurse, who facilitated an Epi-pen in-service to our staff members last Thursday, October 15th.

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Our theme for Education Week (October 19thto the 23rd) this year is “Achieving My Inner Best/Le succès est en moi.” Following are activities that the Education Week Committee has planned for students and staff at École St. Paul School during Education Week: • Care Partner Reading Activity: Care partners will read together/to one another during the week. • Show and Tell Activity: Students will be sharing an example of their own talents and unique gifts though medals, prizes, photos, art, or success stories during the week. • Adult Favorite Book Reading Activity: An adult (i.e. parent, grand-parent, staff member from École St. Paul School other than the classroom teacher, etc.) reads their favorite book or passage from a book when they were at the same level as the students they are reading to. • Collective Reading Log Activity: We are encouraging students and staff from École St. Paul School to collectively read 300 books/magazines from Saturday, October 17th to Sunday, October 25th. Students and staff can record the books/magazines they have read on this reading log so that we can tally up the total number of items read by all. • Staff Volleyball Activity: The staff members from École St. Paul School will challenge the Grade 7/8 students to a friendly volleyball game. We at École St. Paul School would like to extend a special invitation to all parents to witness the many enjoyable and educational activities planned for our Education Week Have a great Education Week everyone!

Education Week Activities

Dear Parents and Students: Recognizing that there is a place for fantasy and the make believe in the education of young children, the stories and vocabulary of Halloween both in English and in French in the school will be used with discretion. Certain classes from Kindergarten to Grade 4 will be having planned activities sometime during the afternoon of Friday,

Parent Handbook
The Parent Handbook is now available on our website at http://blog.scs.sk.ca/pau/ . Parents are encouraged to use this site as a reference as we are only sending hard copies to new families to the school. If there are any families who wish to receive a hard copy, please call Mme Poelzer.

Schools Win Twice Raffle Tickets
There are only a few days left before the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Foundation "Schools Win Twice" Raffle comes to an end. The École St. Paul Catholic School Community Council receives 55% of all ticket sales. The money is then used for school related activities. To date, $910.00 worth of tickets have been sold which is approximately half of the tickets we have received. Thank you so much for your efforts. Please return all tickets, sold or unsold, (along with the front and back cover) to your child's teacher by this Thursday, October 23rd. Good luck to all students, parents and staff!

certificates to the students from École St. Paul School who participated in the Summer Reading Program. All cross country running athletes who participated in the program this year will also be recognized.

Rental of School Helmets and Skates for Skating
Each year our Grade 1 to 8 students have the opportunity to go skating at Archibald Arena. Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Physical Education Guidelines state that all students who participate in a skating activity must wear a C.S.A. approved hockey helmet (not a bike helmet) when skating. If your child does not have access to a hockey helmet and/or skates, you may rent one from the school. A donation is welcome ($5.00 for helmets and $3.00 for skates) to cover the cost of helmet replacement and sharpening expenses. If you wish to make a donation, please pay by cash or cheques payable to École St. Paul CSCC. PARENTS ARE ASKED TO COME TO THE SCHOOL AND FIT THEIR CHILD before the scheduled skating day. Rented helmets and skates must remain at the school.

Spirit Day

Friday, October 30th, all students from École St. Paul School will be participating in their second Spirit Day of the year, ‘Orange and Black Day/Halloween Costume Day”. Grade 1 to 8 students are invited to dress in orange and black or they can change into a simple costume for their class party or dance. Simple costume meaning costumes which allow students to move freely in gym, not cover their faces or involve accessories (i.e. weapons, capes, etc…) which may cause injury at recess or be lost in the excitement of the afternoon activities. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. Points will be awarded to the House League teams for the students who participate.

Recycling SaskTel Telephone Books
École St. Paul School is once again participating in the SaskTel Telephone Book Recycling Program. Please consider participating in this recycling program as SaskTel has a monetary incentive reward program for those schools who are involved in the Telephone Directory Recovery Campaign. Do not send your old phone books to school as SaskTel simply request that parent(s) recycle phone books at the nearest recycling bin in their area. Parents are then asked to phone Mme Poelzer, our Office Coordinator, to inform her on how many books they have recycled. We will keep count at the school and submit the numbers by Friday, October 30th, 2009. Thank you for participating in the recycling program.

Photo Retakes

Retakes are scheduled for Friday, October 23rd. Please send your child's 1st photo proof with them to school that day and mark it "RETAKES PLEASE".

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Cross Country Championships Results
We have received the results of the 2009-2010 Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools Cross Country Championships. Once again congratulations and thank you to all our students who participated in the cross country running program this year. The students were excellent running ambassadors for our school! Following are the results of the GSCS Cross Country Championships that took place on Wednesday, October 7th at Diefenbaker Park: Girls 9: Emily C. (2/114), Jasmine M. (68/114) & Danica H. (76/114) Boys 9: Riley N. (13/127), David L. (48/127) & Paul K.G. (53/127) Girls 10: Danelle C. (91/115) & Cascilla C. (92/115) Boys 10: Aiden S. (63/81) & John G. (75/81) Boys 11: Dominic S. (49/65) Taylor Z. (51/65) & Clark K.G. (54/65) Boys 12: Spencer (37/50) & Jaiden C. (49/50) Boys 13/14: Erik C. (10/30)

École St. Paul School – A Nutrition Positive Environment – Information of the Week
Children and teens that are poorly nourished are not as healthy and don’t learn as well as those who have healthy eating habits. Information provided by the Public Health Nutritionists of Saskatchewan.

Tip of the Week Seafood restaurants should be avoided by persons with fish allergy, even if they order a “non-fish” meal because the oil, grill, and other kitchen areas are likely to be contaminated by small amounts of fish protein. Have a great week! Marc Émard - Principal Curtis Pek – Vice Principal

Presentation Certificates

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On Friday, October 30th at 10:25 a.m., a representative from the Frances Morrison Library will be presenting

Aaron Carter, the basketball coordinator for River heights is in need of 4 -5 more basketball players for the grade 3-4 level. It is co-ed and the practice time is Thursdays from 6-7 and the games are on Saturdays. You can contact him at 249-4521. CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES - Fall 2009 Family Education & Wellness Programs Taming The Worry Dragons Thursdays, October 22 – December 10 (8 weeks) Raising Boys…Building Heroes Tuesdays, October 20 – December 8 (8 weeks) Raising Girls…Great as U R :) Wednesdays, October 21 – December 16 (8 weeks with no group November 11) Building Healthy Families Series One evening parenting classes - October 21 – Parenting Through Separation & Divorce; October 28 – When You’re Locking Horns…Parenting Your Teen/Pre-Teen; November 4 – Parenting The Anxious Child; November 25 – Raising Boys; December 2 – Raising Girls. Please contact our office for more information and to register. Phone: 244-7773 Fax: 244-8537 Email: staff@cfssaskatoon.sk.ca Mail: #200, 506 – 25th Street East, Saskatoon SK S7K 4A7


				
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