PAC Newsletter

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Register now for Spring After School Programs

There are still spaces available in the following programs:

  • Bricks4Kids Junior Robotics on Mondays, grades 3-6 (only 5 spots left)
  • Yoga with Erin Bjornson on Tuesdays, grades 2-7
  • Studio Art Perspectives – North Vancouver Perspectives on Wednesdays, Grades 3-7
  • Girls with Grit on Thursdays for Girls Grades 5-7
  • 3-Point Basketball on Thursdays, Grades 2-3 (only a few spots left) There is a 10% discount if you register before March 15th.
  • First Nations Art with Gordon Dick on Fridays, Grades 1-5

More details and registration links here


Reminder: Emergency Kit sales are open until April 2nd

EM-PREPARE-Ready

Jocelyn Hewson from North Shore Emergency Services attended our last PAC general meeting and gave a very informative presentation on emergency preparedness for families. One way families can be prepared is to have an emergency kit, so we have re-opened our online fundraiser where you can purchase ready to go emergency preparedness kits.

Ross Road PAC has partnered with BC Quake to offer a discount off their regular retail priced safety and survival kits. And from our purchases, BC Quake will donate back to our PAC $20 from the sale of every earthquake kit and $10 from the sale of every vehicle kit.

http://www.bcquake.ca/group-rossroad/
password: rossroad

Ordering is now open and will continue until April 2nd. 

Orders will be delivered April 9th.


Upcoming Dates and Events at Ross Road:

  • Kilometre Club

Kilometre Club starts up April 8thRemember to submit your participation waiver to the school. Pick up a waiver at the school or request an electronic copy from the school office: rossroad@sd44.ca 

  • Movie Night

Our 2nd Ross Road Movie Night is coming up on April 12th. More details to come.

  • Spring Carnival

Our annual Spring Carnival will be on May 31st.


Volunteers still needed

ValetValet is still looking for occasional parent helpers. It’s just 30 minutes of your time and it helps keep kids and parents safe.

Contact Ed Lathioor at e.lathioor@gmail.com

 


Budget feedback

The North Vancouver School District is looking for feedback from the community on allocating a portion of the annual budget. To gather your feedback, they are using an online tool called Thoughtexchange.

https://my.thoughtexchange.com/#806531726

This oppotunity to provide online feedback CLOSES this Friday March 15th. 
 

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