The Card Project
Our Art Cards are ready to order!
Your child’s greeting card is online now at www.TheCardProject.ca
Well done to all our Students & Staff! You have created amazing art to share with your family and friends!
The art cards have been uploaded to the website. Sample cards are still in the works BUT if you want to have a sneak peek and place a Priority Order, here’s what to do:
- Go to www.TheCardProject.ca
- Click on “TO ORDER“
- Click on “USE MY SCHOOL ACCESS CODE“
- Enter our School Access Code: RR97 (there is only ONE Access Code for the whole school)
- Find your child’s class (use the dropdown menu)
- Enter your child’s first name
- Order cards and products if you wish! It’s that easy!
Please note: Deadline for Priority Orders is Sunday, November 12.
These orders will be delivered in the week of November 25-29.
If you have any questions, reach out to Marcelle@TheCardProject.ca
The Ross Road Winter Fair date is December 12th and we need more Grade 4 & 5 parent volunteers!
Please join the committee to help lead the organization of this important annual event! The sooner the planning starts, the better.
Contact your class rep ASAP or email the PAC and volunteer to help at email@example.com
This is always a great success and fun for the kids.
Lots of fun, crafts, food, shop & wrap, raffle baskets and more importantly a BIG fundraiser for our school.
Free Screening of Screenagers NEXT Chapter
November 7th at Delbrook in North Vancouver, open to the public
Screenagers NEXT Chapter. “A film that examines the science behind teen’s emotional challenges, the interplay of social media, and most importantly, what can be done in our schools and homes to help them build crucial skills to navigate stress, anxiety, and depression in our digital age.”
See more about Screenagers and hear from the physician and film maker Delaney Ruston: Screenagers Next Chapter
Recommended Age: 10 and older
This event is being hosted by Island Pacific School
For more information and to RSVP follow this link
A free CPF activity
Twice a month, Le Centre invites all children to come in to explore the imaginary world of storytelling with a local French language teacher. The children are also encouraged to give free rein to their imaginations, thanks to the many illustrated books in the library.
Hosted at Centre culturel francophone de Vancouver.
For more information: https://www.lecentreculturel.com/en/storytelling
Thanks Karim Dehestani for keeping us up to date on the North Van PAC news!
Please follow the link to view updates from NVPAC: https://mailchi.mp/fb4e804f5cad/nvpac-oct-2019