HSCC Special Domino's & Booster Juice Lunch

On Friday March 10th, the HSCC will be hosting a special lunch from Domino's and Booster Juice.  If you would like your child to participate please ensure your order is complete by March 4th.  Attached is a note explaining how to access the Healthy Hunger website to place and order.  

https://www.healthyhunger.ca/ 

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

W.S. Hawrylak Kindergarten Registration is open for the Sept. 2017/18 School Year. If you have a child whose birthday is before Jan. 1 2013 you are welcome to come into the school and pick up a kindergarten registration package for the upcoming school year. If you know of any families in the neighborhood who may have a child age appropriate for kindergarten, please feel free to pass this information along to them as well.

On Wednesday May 10th at 6:00pm we will be having a kindergarten orientation evening for families to become familiar with the school and kindergarten programming. Stay tuned for more information to come out on this event as the date draws closer. 

Campbell Collegiate Open House March 15 7:00

Mar 15 2017 7:00 pm

This is an opportunity for future students and their families to come to Campbell Collegiate to learn about the school, tour various core areas and gain valuable registration information. Campbell will provide additional information as the date approaches.  This is an excellent opportunity for the Hawrylak community to see what Campbell Collegiate is all about.

 Attached is the school division flyer advertising all high school open house events.

WS Hawrylak School Device Policy

Ecole W.S. Hawrylak School recognizes the fact that many students carry electronic devices on them at all times and for a variety of reasons. Our school supports a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environment that contributes to enhancing student learning opportunities.  This year our technology committee with input from staff, students and parents has put together a policy to help guide technology use within the school to ensure that it respects the learning and safety of all students and staff.  Please read the attached policy as it will be communicated to students and posted in classrooms in the new year. 

Information for Ecole Wascana Plains School

In Nov., 2016 a parents meeting was held at WS Hawrylak where Blair Gullickson (principal on assignment) was able to share the progress of the new Ecole Wascana Plains School and answer any questions parents had.   

 

On Monday Jan. 16 @ 11:00-11:45, students in grades 4-7 who reside in The Creeks, The Greens, Woodland Grove, and Windsor Park met in our mini-gym for a presentation on the new Ecole Wascana Plains School.  Mme Revet,(the principal for the new school) along with Mr. Gullickson (principal on assignment) talked with the students about the plans of the new school and any other questions students had.  A letter for families that reside in The Creeks, The Greens, Woodland Grove and Windsor Park was sent home Monday Jan. 16th to complete and return to WS Hawarylak School by Jan. 26 .  It is also attached to this post.  For more information on Ecole Wascana Plains please look at the information on the front page of our website.

Attached are school registration forms and information that was provided at the Ecole Wascana Plains School parent information night on Nov. 21.  It provides informaiton regarding attendance areas, transportation, community day care, SCC, before and after school care, playground, school appearance as well as contact information and future meetings.  Please click on the following link for more information from our school division office.

 

Ecole Wascana Plains School

 

Please Do Not Idle Vehicles in the Bus Bay

We are asking our community to be aware of the no idle signs posted in our bus bay and to please turn off your vehicles whenever possible. The busses will be doing the same.  Unfortunately, our fresh air intakes are the stacks you see outisde the front of the school drawing in exhaust which in turn gets vented throughout the school and is causing health concerns for both staff and students.  As this is the design of the building, the best solution is for everyone to be aware of this and to make every effort to turn your vehicle off if you are stopped in front of these air intakes.  We appreciate your support in keeping our school air fresh for staff and students.

School Division Focus 2016/17

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