Hello Contestants, THIS IS IT! The School Spirit Contest will start NEXT Monday – March 5th. Attached you’ll find a sheet that describes the program you can distribute to your parents. Just a quick recap: Each week of the contest is a mini-contest The school with the highest points each week will be a … Read more2018 NL School Spirit Contest
Parent/Caregiver Interviews will take place on Thurs. March 22 Students will be dismissed at 11:30 OPTIS will open for parents/caregivers to book an interview with your child’s teacher on Fri., March 9 at 4:00 You need to register with OPTIS is you have not used it in the past. Instructions detailing how to book an … Read moreOPTIS Parent/Caregiver Teacher Scheduler
Congratulations to our grade 3’s! The Big Chill was a great performance! Thank you to Ms. Dundas, Pottle, King, MacIsaac, Fitzpatrick and Murphy for all the time spent practicing. Thank you to the helpers in Mr. Tobin 5 FI class who were back stage and at the door!
Don’t forget your recyclables, our next recycling day will be Wednesday, January 31. We have a recycling day on the last Wednesday of every month.
PLEASE CHECK IN AT THE OFFICE –STUDENT/SCHOOL SECURITY In an attempt to create a safe and secure environment for all students we ask all students, parents/ guardians or any visitor who comes to the school outside the regular school hours to use the main entrance. Here you will be buzzed into the school by our … Read moreVisitor Check In
NO SHARED EDIBLE TREATS PERMITTED We no longer allow any edible treats to be brought into our school by parents/caregivers to be shared with other students (this includes special occasions such as Halloween, Christmas, Valentines Day, Birthdays, etc). There are many students in our school with serious life threatening allergies and other conditions. The risk … Read moreFood Sharing
In accordance with School Board policy, all (prescription) student medication must be brought to the office. Prescription medication can only be administered by the parent, or by school personnel with the signed permission of the parent, and a Physician. Permission for the administration of medication to students can only occur once parents have completed the … Read moreMedication Policy
Many of our parents/guardians have expressed safety concerns over the amount of traffic on our parking lot recently and how many drivers are not following the routines that have been outlined by the school. We take these concerns very seriously. As a school community, we need to ensure that we all follow safety regulations and … Read moreParking lot procedures
On Friday October 26, over 150 Parents, Guardians and other family members of the students of St Teresa’s School participated in Mathematics activities throughout the school. This event was the concluding activity of a very successful week that focused on the theme: Making Connections between Home and School. During the week students engaged in cross … Read moreMath Day 2013
This year at St. Teresa’s we purchased a class set of iPads to be used throughout our building. These iPads are used in our Learning Resource Center for special projects with students. Also, teachers can sign out the iPad cart to use in the classroom for special assignments and activities. These devices provide new learning … Read moreiPad Technology Initiative