Petitcodiac Regional > Talk Mail
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June 04
PRS Cafeteria
This will be the last week parents will be able to order online from the cafeteria. The cafeteria will be offering a limited menu next week (June 11th-15th) as cafeteria will not be open the last week of school (June 18th-22nd).



May 07
MDML Information Session
This is a reminder to Petitcodiac Regional School parents and guardians of the My
Device My Learning information session taking place at the school this Wednesday, May 9th at 6:00 p.m.



April 26
MDML Survey Reminder
This is a reminder to parents to please complete the My Device My Learning survey that was sent home last week.  The survey has 5 short questions.  We need as much data from our school community as possible. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V8RK5XY



April 20
My Device My Learning
Hello Parent and Guardians of Petitcodiac Regional School,
Today your child will be coming home with a letter about a new program called My Device My Learning (MDML). This letter explains our new school initiative which will give students the option to bring their personal electronic devices to school and be able to connect to the internet for educational purposes. The letter includes a survey that needs to be completed by as many PRS parents as possible in order to get this program for the 2018-2019 school year. The letter has a link to the survey and a QR code. There is also a paper copy of the survey available in the office. Please complete the survey by Friday, April 27th. Thank you for your continued support.

April 21
PRS Dress Code
Hello parents, guardians and students of PRS.  With the warm weather now upon us we have reminded students of our dress code.  Our dress code is published in our school handbook and on our school website.

• No underwear apparel should be visible.
• Shorts and skirts are to be (mid-thigh) no shorter than finger tips when arms hang at the sides.
• Cut-off jeans or pants are not appropriate school attire.
• Belly shirts, muscle shirts, slouchy tops and/or halter-tops are not appropriate
clothing for school. Sleeveless blouses having shoulder straps of 2” (5 cm) or
more are permissible.
• Clothing with offensive language/slogans is considered not appropriate
wear. This also includes garments promoting alcohol, illicit drugs and tobacco products.
• Except under special circumstances, jackets and outdoor wear are not to be
worn in the classroom.
• Except under special circumstances, hats or headgear are not to be worn in the
school building until after dismissal each day.

Thank you for your cooperation and support.