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September 14
Sept 14

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Sept , 14, 2020

Forms!

Almost all parent sign-off Forms are available on-line!

You just need to sign up for SchoolCash On-line. If you have already registered, you are good to go.

If you are registering for the first time and encounter difficulties, please contact the school.

 

Please see instructions on the back of notice.

 

Demographic sheets are going home today. Please be advised that there are 2 sides to be completed and signed. Please send back asap.

 

Safe Arrival Program

If you child is going to be absent or late, you must call the safe arrival program, 534-2000, option 1 or download the app to your phone.

 

 

Allergy Reminders!

We are a Nut Free School. We have individuals who are severely allergic to nuts.

 

Please take note of this condition when selecting lunch items for your child. If your child has consumed items that may contain peanuts, nuts and/or kiwi for breakfast, we ask they wash their hands before coming to school.Please be advised that one of our students also has a severe allergy to Kiwi. Kiwi juice can be found in many mixed tropical drinks.

 

There will be no cafeteria services until further notice.​

September 09
School News Sept 08

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Sept , 08, 2020

WELCOME BACK!

 

Staff:

Principal

DOYLE Shannon

K English

THOMAS, Misty

1

KEITH, Karla

2

WEST, Beth

3

MACNAUGHTON, Laurie

 

4

 

CARVER, Josh

K-5 Music & 1 Wednesdays

SCHONEWILLE, Jaqueline

5 Intensive French & English

MOWBRAY,  Kelli

M & R

 

STEEVES, Melissa

 

 

 

Educational Assistants

SMITH, Marsha

COREY, Crystal

ALWARD, Lucinda

 

Cafeteria Services

No Cafeteria Services until further notice

Administrative Assistant

HUTCHINSON, Norma

Custodians

McKNIGHT, Lois & LAYDEN, Marlene

 

 

 

There will be no cafeteria services until further notice.

Allergy Reminders!

We are a Nut Free School. We have individuals who are severely allergic to nuts.

 

Please take note of this condition when selecting lunch items for your child. If your child has consumed items that may contain peanuts, nuts and/or kiwi for breakfast, we ask they wash their hands before coming to school.

 

 

 

Please be advised that one of our students also has a severe allergy to Kiwi. Kiwi juice can be found in many mixed tropical drinks.

 

3.  Schedule – Classes at Havelock School begin at 8:00 a.m., lunch break between 11:20- 12:00 with dismissal at 2:00 p.m.​ 
September 03
Operational Plan Havelock Parent Letter UPDATED

Dear Havelock community,

We are looking forward to welcoming students back for the 2020-2021 school year.  Classes will resume on September 8th with some notable operational changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hours of Operation

Our hours of operation will remain the same.  Classes will begin at 8 am and finish at 2 pm.

Physical Distancing

Directional arrows and appropriate signage have been ordered and will be in place to promote physical distancing in common areas.  This will not be a major change from our normal traffic inside the building.

The Department of Education, in collaboration with Public Health, has also mandated the use of homeroom groupings or “bubbles”.  The government has released a “Return to School Guide for Parents and the Public” that can be found on the Department of Education’s website.  Limiting students’ interactions to their classroom bubble is a major change to the school day. 

COVID-19 precautions now dictate that students’ interactions at school be limited to their homeroom and to staff connected to the classroom.  To the best of our abilities, we will be keeping students in their groupings to lessen the number contacts both students and staff have at school. This will be a change for our entire school community.  It will require cooperation and patience in common areas such as hallways and outside.

Face Masks

Students are required to come to school each day with a clean community mask. This week, EECD requested that students bring 2 masks, if possible, in case one mask requires washing. Students must have access to their own mask at school and will be encouraged to wear their masks during transitions. 

Masks will be particularly used during times when physical distancing is difficult to maintain.  For example, masks will be required for activities like the treatment of a minor injury at the office that requires a band aid. Masks will also be used as a precaution if someone begins to exhibit symptoms of illness. 

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) should screen their child for signs of illness every morning before school.  Students should stay home if they feel ill even if they are experiencing symptoms unrelated to COVID-19Suspected symptoms of COVID-19 should be brought to the attention of the Department of Public Health by phoning the New Brunswick COVID-19 hotline.  If a student feels unwell at school, they will be asked to wear their mask in a designated area to await pick-up.  It is imperative that the school can contact a parent/guardian for prompt pick-up of a student who is not feeling well. Please make sure that your contact information is up to date the first week of classes.  Any changes in your contact information during the school year should be reported to the school.  If there is a confirmed case of COVID-19 in our building, public health will direct the school community on how to proceed.

High Traffic Areas and Common Classroom Materials

Custodial staff will be diligently cleaning high traffic areas such as washrooms and doorways three times a day.  Hand sanitation stations will be in each class and entrances to the school. Students and school personnel are required to wash or sanitize their hands regularly.  Teachers will incorporate handwashing schedules into the school day. 

Although teachers will be mindful of communal materials, sharing of most classroom materials will still occur. For example, computers and iPads may still be used between students from the same homeroom.   Technology will be cleaned before they are introduced to a new classroom bubble.  Additional details on cleaning can be found in the government’s “Return to School Guide for Parents and the Public”.      

Both the boys’ and girls’ washrooms in the classroom hallway can accommodate two students at one time.  A system has been established to indicate when the washrooms are free or occupied.  When a student is in the washroom, they will flip one of the signs at the doorway to indicate the washroom is occupied. If both signs are red, students will have to wait to enter.  The washrooms in the gym hallway can only accommodate one occupant with the same sign procedure in place.

To better limit classroom wing congestion, Grade 4 (one of our larger classes) will remain in the gym hallway classroom. This is the same space Grade 4 occupied last year in grade 3. The Kindergarten room is fortunate enough to have their own washroom.  However, if an urgent need to visit the washroom arises, they may have to use the classroom wing washroom or washroom closest to the office. The washroom closest to the office will serve as the emergency washroom for all grades when waiting is not an option.

All students will require a water bottle that is clearly marked with their nameOur water fountains have been refitted with water bottle filling stations.

Busing and Morning Arrival

Our buses have traditionally dropped off our students in a staggered fashion in the morning

 

Bus students will enter the building through the front door and go directly to their homeroom.  Students will no longer go to the gym for morning walking club.  For those in need of breakfast, a grab and go system will be established in the office area.

Students getting dropped off or walking will have to enter the side door by the gym. I ask that this be a quick transition to avoid long line ups of cars. Access to inside the school is limited to students and staff to lessen the risk of exposure and facilitate the contact tracing process.  

 

Recess and Lunch

We have adjusted our recess times to accommodate three classes outside at a time (K-2, 3-5).  Classroom bubbles will be maintained by designating three distinct play areas on the playground, pavement play area, and soccer field. The classes will rotate each recess. They will line up in designated areas to maintain distancing.  This is not much different from our normal noon hour routine to accommodate two separate lunch times. However, socializing outside will be limited to students that are in the same homeroom.

UPDATED: The cafeteria will not be operating until further notice. Students will eat lunch each day in their homerooms. The lunch schedule has been adjusted to avoid large groups of students in the hallways at once.

Dismissal

After school, the side door will be the exit for students being picked up.  Parent(s)/Guardian(s) are asked to promote physical distancing outside of the building. Dismissal of bus students will be staggered to maintain spacing between homeroom students as they board buses.

Classes will be dismissed from oldest to youngest (Grade 5 to K) so buses can be loaded from back to front and to afford our younger students more time to get ready.

Outdoor Learning

Learning will occur inside homeroom classrooms, but we will do our best to maximize the large outdoor space we are blessed to have.  This not only includes physical education but other learning activities as well.  Students are encouraged to be prepared for outdoor learning by coming to school with sunscreen and hat.  

As you can surely appreciate, whenever we make changes, there will ultimately be adjustments. Until the students are back in the building, it is difficult to plan for everything that was simply part of normal daily routine at our school. Implementing the New Brunswick government’s safety guidelines is our top priority, but we will strive to make our learning environment as normal for students as possible.   

We are looking forward to welcoming your child back for the 2020-21 school year.

 

Shannon Doyle, Principal, Havelock School​

April 02
Petitcodiac/Salisbury - School food family request

Petitcodiac/Salisbury - School food family request
Any families in the Petitcodiac/Salisbury Family of schools with food security concerns are invited to fill out this form to receive a weekly food box. There are no qualifying requirements and your privacy will be respected.

We're currently working out the details but:
Pick ups will be once a week - locations and times to be determined but will there will be spots in Salisbury and Petitcodiac.
Deliveries may be able to be arranged for those who are unable to pick up

https://forms.gle/qMztSg41tWVmGV1T7

March 26
Havelock Resources
February 03
Valentine's Dinner

Valentines Dinner at the Cafeteria

Friday - February 14, 2020

Spaghetti and Meat Sauce

Love Knot Roll and Cookie

Milk

$6.25

(Tickets available until Wed. - Feb. 12)

This will be the only meal served on that day!

February 03
Feb News

FRENCH IMMERSION registration for kindergarten and grade 5 go home today. We presently have 2 entry points available in our area for Havelock students, grade 1 and grade 6.

Forms due back Friday Feb. 21

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Feb 03, 2020

HAVELOCK HOME & SCHOOL COFFEE FUNDRAISER

ORDERS AND MONEY ARE DUE BACK TO THE SCHOOL NO LATER THAN THURSDAY FEB 6, 2020

Monday February 17: Family Day Holiday

January 07
January News

CAFETERIA SERVICE THIS WEEK

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Jan 07, 2020

 

Fill the Bus!

Thank you for all the donations to fill the bus. It was one of our biggest donations to date!

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Jan 20 at 6:15 pm.

Monday Jan 27 : No school for students, Professional Learning meetings

Monday February 17: Family Day Holiday

 

Snow pants! Snow pants! Snow pants! Snow pants!

Mitts and hats…. We do our best to take advantage of outdoor activities in the winter. Please ensure your child comes ready to participate.

 

 

 

THANK YOU          THANK YOU           THANK YOU

We appreciate your support of our fundraisers (Bagels, Cheese, Recipe Bottles, Ice Cream Socials, Cake Auctions etc..)  as the funds raised goes toward field trips, special events, extracurricular activities (and the school supplies associated), sports equipment etc.…  

 

December 12
Dec News Updates

Fill the Bus!

The 20th Annual Fill the Bus campaign will soon be getting underway. Buses will be picking up food items at our school on Tuesday, December 17th .  

 

Christmas Concert is scheduled for Wednesday Dec 18 @ 10 am

Snow Date Thursday Dec 19 @ 10 am

 

Back By Demand! Cake/Cheese Cake auction at 9:45 before the concert.

 

Students return after Christmas Break on TUESDAY Jan. 07

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Jan 20 at 6:15 pm.

December 12
Talk With Me

​​January February 2020
Parent - Child Consultation:
Do you have any concerns with your child’s speech, language or communication skills?
Bring your child to meet with a speech-language pathologist.
To book an appointment, call Talk With Me at 856-3617 or email talkwithmemoncton@nbed.nb.ca
No referral is needed to book an appointment.
Talk With Me is a community-based service for all parents and caregivers of children from birth to
kindergarten-entry. The team aims to educate families on the importance of developing strong speech and
language skills in early childhood. Parents and caregivers can access free services by contacting:
Talk With Me at (506) 856-3617 or talkwithmemoncton@nbed.nb.ca
Communication Begins Before Birth (Prenatal)
Prenatal information session for parents-to-be on the development of early communication and strategies for
stimulating early language skills.
Moncton Public Library Saturday morning, January 11th or February 1st
The Moncton Hospital Monday evening, January 20th or February 24th
Infant Massage (Birth-Crawling)
Touch is an infant’s first form of communication. Come with your pre-crawling baby to learn some simple massage techniques that calm your baby and nurture their development. Please note, to ensure the safety of your infant, Infant Massage sessions are only to be attended by parents/caregivers and infant.
Riverview Middle School, Riverview Tuesday mornings, January 14th to Feb 11th
Baby Talk (Birth-10 months)
Meet other parents and babies while sharing experiences and learning about language development. Come join us with your 0-10 month child in this one 60 minute informative session, where you learn how to make communi-cating with your baby easy and fun.
Tantramar High School, Sackville Wednesday morning, January 15th
Babies and Books (Birth-12 months)
It’s never too early to start reading with your baby! Come join us for songs, stories, and information on selecting
age-appropriate books, and what you can do to start building your baby’s emerging literacy.
Tantramar High School, Sackville Wednesday morning, February 12th
Forest Glen School, Moncton Wednesday morning , February 19th
Baby’s First Words (10-18 months)
Come with your 10-18 month child to participate in activities to encourage and celebrate their first words. Share your stories and get new ideas from other parents. This one 60 minute workshop will focus on fun activities and rhymes you can use in your daily routines.
Forest Glen School, Moncton Wednesday morning, February 5th

November 21
Santa Mart - Deadline Friday Dec 06

On Friday, December 13th, 2019

Havelock Elementary School

Presents

SANTA'S GIFT MART

What is it you ask?? Santa’s gift mart is a day when we transform the library into a shopping center for the children.  Then, class by class, they get to come into the library to choose 2  “gifts” for the family members of their choice.  Our Elves will be there to help all the students with their “shopping”.  The gifts will be gift-wrapped or bagged, before going home with your child so that he or she can give them to their family members on Christmas morning! You will be amazed at what they pick up for you on their own!!! J

Where do the gifts come from?  The gifts are actually donations from you.  We are asking all families to donate a minimum of 2 items, one for ladies and one for men, Gifts for Dads are always in high demand!!  These items are gently used items from home. Examples: mittens, scarves, ornaments, books, candles,  soaps, gloves, hats, flashlights, trinkets, mugs, chocolates, candy, etc.  If you feel that you would rather go out and buy something for the event, please buy from the local dollar stores.  However, we are sure that every home has some items that can be donated, we all have those items we are not sure what to do with!!

(We ask that you please only donate hats or stuffed animals if they are new!)

If you have any gift bags, gift tags, tape, etc that you would like to donate please send it in early so we will know what we need to purchase in advance.

Please SEND THIS form and gifts with your child as soon as possible so we can prepare accordingly. (deadline Friday Dec 06, please don't wait till the deadline if possible)  

Students Name:_______________________________

Student’s will be shopping for 2 family members at the Christmas Mart.

November 21
Christmas Dinner for Students - Cafeteria
Thursday December 12


Turkey, Stuffing, Potatoes, Vegtables, Dessert & Drink $6.95
Tickets Available until DEcember 06

 
This will be the only meal served that day. 
Happpy Holidays

 

 

November 15
November News

Mark your calendar! The Havelock Home and School are hosting a Craft/Vendor Bazaar on Sunday, December 01 from 10:00 am-2:00pm at the school gymnasium. We have many vendors booked. There will be something for everyone on your Christmas list! Admission is free.  There will be a canteen!

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Nov 18, 2019

 

Fill the Bus!

The 20th Annual Fill the Bus campaign will soon be getting underway. Buses will be picking up food items at our school on Tuesday, December 17th .  

Food Items Always Needed…

·         Canned goods including soups, fruit, vegetables, beans, etc.

·         Canned luncheon meats

·         Dried Pasta, pasta sauce, Macaroni and Cheese, Mr. Noodle, etc.

·         Cereal, oatmeal, granola bars

·         Instant pudding, apple sauce, peanut butter

·         Sugar, tea, coffee, juice, juice boxes

·         Baby food and formula

 

Parent-Teacher Interviews: Thursday, November 21 late afternoon & evening

AND Friday November 22 morning (NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS)

Christmas Concert is scheduled for Wednesday Dec 18 @ 10 am

Snow Date Thursday Dec 19 @ 10 am

 

Santa Mart is coming…See additional Notice

Please feel free to send in more items if you have extra…

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Dec 09 at 6:00 pm.

September 10
Caferteria Menu 2019-20  All Meal options $6:00

Meals $6.00

Daily options

WedWWednesday

ThursTTTThursday

FriFFriday

Sept 03-Sept 06

Sept. 16-Sept 20

Sept 30-Oct 04

Oct 14-Oct 18

Oct 28-Nov 01

Nov 11-Nov 15

Nov 25-Nov 29

Dec 09-Dec 13

Grilled Cheese Sandwich   $3.50

Chicken Salad Sandwich   $3.50

Egg Salad Sandwich   $3.50

Ham and Cheese Sandwich$3.50

6” Ham and Cheese Sub  $5.00

Hamburger  $3.95

Cheeseburger  $4.60

Grilled Chicken $3.90

Homemade Baked Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Fruit of the Day

Milk

Homemade Pancakes topped with Berries, with  or without Ham Slice, Cucumber Slices

Milk

Spaghetti With Home Made Meatballs Or Marinara Sauce

Fruit of the Day

Milk

Sept 09-Sept 13

Sept 23-Sept 27

Oct 07-Oct 11

Oct 21-Oct 25

Nov 04-Nov 08

Nov 18-Nov 22

Dec 02-Dec 06

Dec 16-Dec 20

1 Taco Wrap  $3.10 or 2/$5.60

Caesar Salad  $3.50

Garden Salad  $3.50

Add Chicken  $1.50

Veggie and Dip  $1.50

Cracker And Cheese  $2.00

Home Made            

Mac & Cheese

Veggie Sticks

Fruit of the Day

Milk

2 Soft Taco Filled With Beef, with Tossed Garden Salad

Fruit of the Day

Milk

Hot Chicken Sandwich with Potato Wedges

Corn

Fruit of the Day

Milk

Alternate Meals

Fresh Fruit   $1.25

Fruit Cup  $2.10

Apple Slices with Caramel dip  $2.25

Healthy Choice Cookies  $0.75

Homemade Muffin  $1.00

Homemade Banana Loaf  $1.50

Brownie Bites $1.25

Frozen Yogurt  $1.50

Chartwells Lunchables

6 Pinwheel Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

Veggie Sticks

Cookie

Fruit of the Day

Milk

Chartwells Lunchables

Sliced Ham or Turkey

Cheese Stick

Crackers

Veggie Sticks

Cookie

Fruit of the Day

Milk

Chartwells Lunchables

 4 Garlic Breadsticks

Pizza Sauce

Side ceasar

Cookie

Fruit of the Day

Milk


 


 

Daily Options

DailyOptions: Pizza $3.00, Garlic Fingers $4.00, Homemade Hamburger, Chicken Breast, Grilled Chicken Snack with

Veggie Sticks Or Garden Salad and Fruit of the day

Milk $.50 / Chocolate Milk $0.55

September 09
September News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Sept , 09, 2019

Forms!

Almost all parent sign-off Forms are available on-line!

You just need to sign up for SchoolCash On-line. If you have already registered, you are good to go.

If you are registering for the first time and encounter difficulties, please contact the school.

 

Demographic sheets are going home today. Please be advised that there are 2 sides to be completed and signed. Please send back asap.

 

Safe Arrival Program

If you child is going to be absent or late, you must call the safe arrival program, 534-2000, option 1 or download the app to your phone.

 

If a student is arriving late, they must drop into the office and let us know they have arrived.  

 

Meet the Teacher – Come have an ice cream and meet your child’s teacher on Wednesday evening, September 18 from  5:30-7:30 in the school gym.

 

Cafeteria is scheduled to reopen this Wednesday September 11. Menu attached.

 

Picture Day is scheduled on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019.

 

 

Allergy Reminders!

We are a Nut Free School. We have individuals who are severely allergic to nuts.

 

Please take note of this condition when selecting lunch items for your child. If your child has consumed items that may contain peanuts, nuts and/or kiwi for breakfast, we ask they wash their hands before coming to school.

Please be advised that one of our students also has a severe allergy to Kiwi. Kiwi juice can be found in many mixed tropical drinks.

March 28
Fish Friends

On Monday April 01, 2019, Havelock School will be receiving this year’s salmon eggs.  The eggs are housed in a cooled water tank, duplicating the water temperature of local streams. As the outdoor water temperature increases, we adjust accordingly so when the newly hatched salmon are released in late May/Early June, they have a smooth transition to their natural habitat. Special thanks to Sterling Goddard, Fish Friends Chairman and The New Brunswick Wild Life Federation, for making this opportunity possible.​

March 28
Easter Surprise

APRIL 18, 2019

 

Turkey, Potatoes, Gravy, Carrots, Dressing, Cookie and Milk   ----  $6.25

 

Tickets available until April 12, 2019

(THIS WILL BE THE ONLY MEAL SERVED AT THE CAFETERIA ON THAT DAY!)

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL!!!!!!

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March 28
April News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for April 01, 2019

Upcoming Calendar:

Parent-Teacher Thursday April 4 (pm)

& Friday April 5 (am) No school for students

Friday April 19 Good Friday

Monday April 22 Easter Monday

Friday May 03 – Subject Council –No school for students

H&S Monday May 06 at 6:15

Half day for next year’s kindergartens tentatively set for Friday May 24 (no school for this year’s kindergartens that day)​

March 28
PSSC March 2019

PSSC March 2019 (February cancelled due to weather)

Attendance:

Elaine Clancy

Shannon Doyle

Roberta Brewer (DEC)

Chrissy Chambers (Chair)

Natalie Corey

Misty Thomas (Teacher)

Tammy Garnett (absent)

Chelsey Hicks (H&S)

 

Topics:

1.       Deep Learning (with student culinary project)

2.       Grade 2 Provincial testing

3.       Immersion Survey

4.       Havelock School Deep Learning upcoming projects

5.       DEC provided video presentation- Facilities​

March 28
H&S

Attendees:

 

AGENDA:

Call to order – meeting was called to order by Trina Perkins

Minutes from December meeting – Sammy Jo

Treasurer’s report – Chelsey

Old Business

~We decided to pay for the whole trip for Grade 4&5 to the Avenir Center –

Receipts for Avenir trip (tickets and bus covered by H&S)

Tickets: $692.86

Bus: TBA

 

~Tuesday Feb 12 Grade 4 & 5 Moncton Magic trip

~Thursday Feb 26 Grade 4 Natural Resources Presentation

~Thursday Feb 26 Grade 5 Golf Presentation

~Epicure Fundraiser

~Staff appreciation week was discussed about who was doing what on each day and meals for the potluck.

 

~Sleds for the school: $362.23 + $160.51 = $522.74

New Business

~The Epicure fundraiser will run from March 11-22, 2019 and will count at meeting on the 25th

~Vessey Seeds fundraiser will be in April.

 

Principal Report –

Home & School March 2019

Thursday March 21 : Welcome to K centers (16 of

18 participants)

Bus Evacuation Practice Friday March 29 at 1:40

Report Cards Monday April 01

Salmon Eggs Monday April 01

Salmon Eggs Monday April 01

Chicken Eggs Wed April 03?

Parent-Teacher Thursday April 4 (pm)& Friday April 5 (am)

May 02 4/5 Wetlands

May 30 4/5 Safety Day

May 30 Ice Cream Social?

May 31 st grade 5 Transition?

June 6 th – Drama Presentation

June 7 th grade 5 Snider Mountain

June 17 K-5 Dieppe Aquatic Center

June 20 Awards Day

Adjournment

Meeting was adjourned - Next meeting March 25th, 2019 @715pm​

March 25
Late March (almost Spring) News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Mar. 25, 2019

 

Yearbook orders

Although the sheet states orders are due March 22, because there is no school for students, we will extend the

 due date to Wednesday March 29.

 

 

Upcoming Calendar:

Home & School: Monday March 25 at NEW TIME! 7:15

PSSC Monday March 25 at 6:15

Parent-Teacher Thursday April 4 (pm)

& Friday April 5 (am) No school for students

Friday April 19 Good Friday

Monday April 22 Easter Monday

Report Cards Monday April 1

 

Half day for next year’s kindergartens tentatively set for Friday May 24 (no school for this year’s kindergartens that day)​

March 12
March News

Havelock Home & School Association

EPICURE fundraiser begins today.

 Please see separate sheet.

Due Friday March 22

Any cheques must be written out to The Havelock Home & School Association.

 

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Mar. 11, 2019

Upcoming Calendar:

Friday March 22 – Professional Learning Day (no school for students)

Home & School: Monday March 25 at NEW TIME! 7:15

PSSC Monday March 25 at 6:15

Parent-Teacher Thursday April 4 (pm) & Friday April 5 (am)

 

On Thursday evenings, from 6 pm until 7 pm, March 14 to April 18, Chelsea Hatt and friends will be facilitating a basketball skills program for Havelock school students from grades 3 to 5.

Registration will take place the first evening.

Students in attendance may go to their normal boots/shoes area to retrieve their indoor shoes, under parental supervision, but must remain in the gym area during the program.

There is absolutely no access to the stage area, for obvious safety reasons. 

For more information, please call Chelsea @ 756-4310    

 ​

February 04
February News

NEW!

There is now a doorbell/buzz-in system installed at the front door.

If the door is locked please press the fancy button.

 

 Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Feb. 04, 2019

 

 

ATTENTION PARENTS OF GRADES K & 5 Parents:

Program Choice Sheet for the upcoming registration for 2019 – 2020 FSL programs for Grade 1 and Grade 6 Late Immersion are due February 22.

 

Please update the office of any phone number changes. Keeping this data up to date is imperative in the event of an emergency.

 

 

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Upcoming Calendar:

Monday February 18 – Family Day Holiday

March 4-8 March Break

Friday March 22 – Professional Learning Day (no school for students)

Home & School: Monday March 25 at 6:15​

February 04
January News

ATTENTION PARENTS OF GRADES K & 5 Parents:

Information for the upcoming registration for 2019 – 2020 FSL programs for Grade 1 and Grade 6 Late Immersion going home today.

 

 Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Jan 08, 2019

 

 

Cafeteria re-opens This Wednesday January 09, 2019.

 

Please update the office of any phone number changes. Keeping this data up to date is imperative in the event of an emergency.

 

 

Thanks to all those who donated mittens and gloves to the Ridge’s “Mitten Tree”. We just received some much needed replacements.

_____________________________________

Request for supplies for crafts:

 

We are looking for empty cereal boxes, egg cartons, bottle corks, buttons, plastic bottle caps (that you usually discard before returning bottles) 2L pop bottles and toilet paper/paper towel tubes. ________________________________________

Upcoming Calendar:

Monday January 28 – meetings – no school for students

Monday February 18 – Family Day Holiday

March 4-8 March Break​

December 18
Christmas concert is still on for Wednesday at 10 am!
December 18
December News

 Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Dec 17, 2018

 

This Friday is a full day for students.

 

Students return to school on Tuesday January 08, 2019

 

Cafeteria re-opens Wednesday January 09, 2019.

Snowpants… please ensure that your child brings their snowpants to school as we take advantage of outdoor physical activity as much as possible.

 

Christmas Concert:

Wednesday December 19 at 10 am

(Snow date Thursday December 20 at 10 am)

(In the event of a huge storm, Friday Dec 21 at 10 am)

CAKE auction before the concert!

 

WINTER STEM CAMP    CHRISTMAS BREAK FUN

MATH, SCIENCE & ART  CAMP

When: Jan 2 2019

Who: ages 5 to 10

Where: Petitcodiac Regional School

Time: 9:30am to 3:00pm

What: STEM activities and science experiments, STEM is a hot topic because it’s everywhere! STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. You CAN make STEM activities exciting, educational, and inexpensive for young kids. Build a love for learning and a solid base for understanding key concepts later on.

Cost: $30 for the day

You must bring your own packed lunch and snacks.

Personal message me to register.

First come first serve

Payments can be e-transfered to Tanya Rideout - tanya.rideout1977@gmail.com

If you have questions you can personal message me or call 534-1912.​

December 18
winter stem camp

WINTER STEM CAMP    CHRISTMAS BREAK FUN

MATH, SCIENCE & ART  CAMP

When: Jan 2 2019

Who: ages 5 to 10

Where: Petitcodiac Regional School

Time: 9:30am to 3:00pm

What: STEM activities and science experiments, STEM is a hot topic because it’s everywhere! STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. You CAN make STEM activities exciting, educational, and inexpensive for young kids. Build a love for learning and a solid base for understanding key concepts later on.

Cost: $30 for the day

You must bring your own packed lunch and snacks.

Personal message me to register.

First come first serve

Payments can be e-transfered to Tanya Rideout - tanya.rideout1977@gmail.com

If you have questions you can personal message me or call 534-1912.​

December 18
Christmas concert is still on for Wednesday at 10 am!
November 18
November News

Winter is HERE!(to stay apparently)

Time to dig out the SNOWPANTS, mitts and winter hats.

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Nov 19, 2018

NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS:

Friday November 23

(Parent teacher interviews next Thursday afternoon, evening & Friday morning)

Please send sheets in asap.

 

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Nov. 19 at 6:30 pm.

 

Christmas concert : Wednesday December 19 at 10 am

(Snow date Thursday December 20 at 10 am)​ 

October 15
Oct 15 News

Havelock School

4530 Route 880, Havelock, N. B., E4Z 5K6

Phone- 534-2000   Shannon Doyle – Principal

News Bulletin from Havelock School for Oct 15, 2018

 

PICTURE ORDERS DUE OCTOBER 18 (This Thursday)

 

 

KICK-OFF to Kindergarten Presentation: Thursday November 8th at 6:30 Havelock for new Kindergarten parents.

 

PSSC meeting: Monday Oct 22 at 6 pm

 

Home & School meeting : Monday Oct 22 at 7 pm. New members welcome!​

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