PAC Newsletter

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Happy New Year! We hope everyone enjoyed their winter break and some fun in the snow last week.

Here’s what’s coming up at Ross Road and within the community in the next few weeks:

 

PAC General Meeting – February 5th

The Ross Road School Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is your parent community at the school.

We invite you to join us at our PAC General Meeting on February 5th at 7pm in the school library.

All Ross Road parents are invited and encouraged to attend. It’s a great opportunity to find out what’s going on in our school and connect with our school community. Your involvement is always appreciated.

See you there!


Save the date – The Ross Road Valentine’s Family Dance is coming up on February 13th!

The Ross Road PAC is excited to announce our first Family Dance evening will be hosted for Ross Road families on Thursday February 13th from 6-8pm in the school gym.

This Valentine’s themed dance will be for the whole family and feature a DJ, photo booth, pizza dinner pre-order and a special sweet treat concession.

This is a parent supervised and participation event! Get ready to embarrass your kids as all students must attend with their parent(s)/guardian.

Visit the ‘Fundraising open tab at MunchaLunch.com for the ticket and pizza order. Tickets are $20 per family (regardless of size). There is a limited number of tickets available, so don’t delay!

Dress in red and get ready for a fun night on dance floor in support of the Ross Road PAC.

Thank you to our sponsors JORDAN HURDAL REAL ESTATE and DARWIN CONSTRUCTION.


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Bike to School Week Coordinators are still needed!

We have only one volunteer but we need more! Without forming a committee Bike to School week won’t happen at our school this year.

To all those big biking families we see at Ross Road – can you help out? Our one volunteer can’t do it alone.

This is a big community building role and Ross Road kids LOVE bike to school week, we are listed on the HUB website as one of the Top Trips.

There are a ton of resources and prizes that we won last year, this role is not a fresh start! As this will be a committee event, the work is spread out and you can make it anything you want it to be.

In the past there has been an opening morning with a group of parents who are keen to attend and set up fun stations and hand out prizes.  The other task is to sign up with HUB and organize teachers to track bike rides each day and had in the tally sheets at the end of the week. The bike rides to school are totalled and submitted to HUB.

We have all the form templates that can be reused and informational emails.

To volunteer to help make this event happen and find out more contact the PAC at rossroadpac@gmail.com


Invitations from North Vancouver District PAC:

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LGBTQ+ 101 for Parents Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
at the Education Services Centre (2121 Lonsdale) 5th floor

RSVP HERE

In this era of internet and social media, children are not growing up in the same world that we adults did. This new access to diverse voices has increased awareness for young people, who are now exploring their identities earlier and earlier, including their sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). Currently, 19% of BC high school students identify as not exclusively heterosexual. This number of queer and/or questioning students may surprise older generations, but our awareness is a key aspect in creating safety.

Queer youth are at far greater risk for depression, addiction, violence and suicide. Research shows that positive and affirming home and school experiences are highly influential in youth resilience. We work to provide tools for parents to enable them to feel confident in their ability to support our kids, our kids’ friends and our friends’ kids. A diverse and inclusive environment enables all young people to thrive and experience a genuine sense of belonging.

101 Topics

• How this impacts every parent and child

• Overview of current status for youth

• LGBTQ+ language and diverse perspective

• Gender identity, orientation, pronouns

• Privilege and bias

LGBTQ+ 201 for Parents Wednesday is on April 8th, 2020


SD#44 Input Opportunities – Strategic Plan

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Thank you to all parents who joined us on November 27, 2019 for the interactive strategic planning session.

PARTICIPATE IN THE THOUGHTEXCHANGE HERE

Further information about the North Vancouver School District strategic planning process is available on the school district website HERE.

https://www.sd44.ca/Board/StrategicPlan/Pages/2021-31planning.aspx#/=

Budget Priorities

Further information can be found on the school district’s website HERE

INPUT:

  • In-person: at the Board Standing Committee Meetings on February 4 and April 7, 2020, at 7 p.m. at the Education Services Centre (2121 Lonsdale Ave, 5th floor).
  • Email: from February 3 to March 13, 2020 (budgetcomments@sd44.ca)
  • Online: from February 18 to March 13, 2020 through an exchange of ideas on an online platform called ThoughtExchange. More information regarding budget feedback via ThoughtExchange will be provided.
  • Traditional mail: addressed to – Secretary Treasurer, 2121 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC, V7M 2K6.

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PAC Newsletter

As school wraps up this Friday for winter break, we would like to wish our Ross Road School community a Happy Holiday Season and Best Wishes for the New Year!

We look forward to seeing everyone back when school returns on January 6th 2020.

Winter Fair Update

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Ross Road’s annual Winter Fair was a success!

Thank you to everyone who attended and supported the Winter Fair.

In particular we’d like to thank our fabulous organizing committee for stepping up to help (at this already busy time of year) and for creating a fun evening for our Ross Road families.

A big thank you to Heather Cliburn, Nikki Cutura, Robin Bonner, Sara Lawson, Lisa Lange, Susan Wheeler, Catherine Lappe, Niki Dahl, and Dorina

This year’s Winter fair raised over $6000 (final numbers still to be confirmed) that will go to supporting our school by providing funding for things like arts presentations, educational speakers, new furniture for the library, KM Club and Bike to School Week.

Winter Fair lost and found: If you lost something of value at the event, please contact the PAC so we can try to connect you with your belongings.


The Card Project

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All of the orders have now been delivered.  If you are missing any items or have any questions, please contact:

Marcelle at The Card Project: Marcelle@TheCardProject.ca

or

Michele, PAC Coordinator for The Card Project: mikeandmichele2009@live.ca

The PAC thanks you for your participation in this great fundraiser!


Canadian Parents for French

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Joyeux Nöel from CPF BC & YK! | Canadian Parents for French | British Columbia

Here are some fun things to do, hear, watch and read in French over the holidays with your kids! Crafts, films, books, games and more!
https://bc-yk.cpf.ca/blog/whats-new/joyeux-noel-from-cpf-bc-yk/


Child care action plan | District of North Vancouver

For those in our community who have child care concerns they would like to raise with the District of North Vancouver, give your feedback in their online survey.

But Hurry, you can complete this until end of today December 18, 2019

https://www.dnv.org/programs-services/child-care-action-plan

Well Fed December Order

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The Ross Road PAC is here to help make meals more simple this busy holiday season.

Place your order with Well Fed and a percentage will be donated back to support our school.

Well Fed’s December menu features a variety of delicious ready-to-cook frozen meals. This month’s menu features seasonal specialty options like their new Sweet Cranberry Balsamic Sauce, and a Root Vegetable Medley, as well as a variety of appies and main dishes to get you through the holidays stress-free.

View the December menu here:

https://www.wellfedstudio.com/product/ross-road-school-fundraiser-december-2019/

The deadline for orders is December 17th at 12pm. 

Meals will be available for pick up after school at 1:30pm (early dismissal) from Ross Road on December 18th, or you can arrange for their Thursday morning delivery or pick up yourself from their local studio.

Look for Well Fed at the Winter Carnival to learn more about their menu, reduced waste packaging, and to try some samples of their yummy food!

Thank you for supporting the Ross Road PAC and our fundraising initiatives that help fund programs, technology, and equipment for our kids.

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Last Day to order Pizza for Winter Fair

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Did you place your order yet?

If not the deadline has been extended until the end of today!
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If you’d like to order a Fresh Slice pizza dinner at the Winter Fair through Munch a Lunch HURRY! Ordering is only open until the end of today, Monday Dec. 9th.

Pick-up your Pizza at the Winter Fair between 5:30 & 7:30 in Santa’s Kitchen.

(You can also buy tickets for the Fair through Munch a Lunch)

Winter Fair

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The Ross Road Winter Fair is on Thursday!  Here’s how you can help:

1. Volunteer Sign up:

The Fair cannot happen without your help! Please sign up for a volunteer shift during the fair.  Each class has been assigned a room, please look for your teacher’s name.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B054EAEAC22A3F85-winter

2. Munch a Lunch:download

Don’t worry about dinner the night of the Fair, get a Fresh Slice pizza dinner through Munch a Lunch. HURRY! Ordering is only open until Sunday Dec. 8th.

Pick-up Pizza between 5:30 & 7:30 in Santa’s Kitchen

You can also buy tickets for the Fair through Munch a Lunch

3. Donations:

Holiday Shop N Wrap:

Drop off in the foyer new or nearly new items now ready for a new home.

Wine:

If you have a spare bottle to donate for the wine raffle please drop off at the office.

Bake Sale:

Plan to bring some great seasonal goodies for the bake sale.  Donations to be dropped off the day of the fair.

Raffle Baskets:

If you have any items or services you can donate to the raffle baskets please let us know!!! Contact: hmlepp@yahoo.com

Pre-buy activity tickets now:

Winter fair activity tickets are on sale now through munchalunch

 

Ross Road Winter Fair!!

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The Ross Road Winter Fair is next week.  Thank you to everyone that donated to their class reps.  The raffle baskets are going to look great!

1. Parent Volunteer Sign up:

The Fair cannot happen without your help! Please sign up for a volunteer shift during the fair.  Each class has been assigned a room, please look for your teacher’s name.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B054EAEAC22A3F85-winter

2. Munch a Lunch:download

Don’t worry about dinner the night of the Fair, order Fresh Slice pizza through Munch a Lunch. Ordering is only open until Sunday Dec. 8th.

You can also buy tickets for the Fair through Munch a Lunch

Pre-purchase tickets & pizza by December 8th.
Pick-up Pizza between 5:30 & 7:30 in Santa’s Kitchen

https://munchalunch.com

3. Please remember we are still looking for the following donations:

Holiday Shop N Wrap: Kids only! Shop for gifts for friends and family.  Please pitch in to donate small new or nearly-new items.  Clear your closets of those candles, books and soaps that you thought you would use.  Socks, toys, bath products, art kits-all of these things will find good homes.  It does not need to be brand new- just present-able.  Drop off in the foyer.

Wine:  We hoping to put together a couple of wine baskets for the raffle.  If you have a spare bottle to donate, please drop off at the office.

Bake Sale:  Plan to make some great seasonal goodies for the bake sale.  Donations to be dropped off the day of the fair.

Raffle Baskets:  If you have any items or services you can donate to the raffle baskets please let us know!!!

Contact: hmlepp@yahoo.com

 

PAC Newsletter

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Well Fed Fundraiser

The holidays made simpleWell Fed is offering another meal order opportunity for December in support of the Ross Road PAC.

Well Fed’s December menu for delicious ready-to cook frozen meals to go can be found here: https://www.wellfedstudio.com/product/ross-road-school-fundraiser-december-2019/

The deadline for orders is December 18th at 12pm. A percentage of each order supports the Ross Road PAC.

Meals will be available for pick up after school from Ross Road on December 18th, or you can arrange to pick up from their local studio.

Look for Well Fed at the Winter Carnival to learn more about their menu, reduced waste packaging, and to try some samples of their yummy food!


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Ross Road Winter Fair!!

The Ross Road Winter Fair is right around the corner!  Mark your calendars for December 12th (5-8pm).  You will not want to miss the annual Ross Road Winter Fair.  Some very exciting activities are planned for this year.  We need your help to make it happen!

All money raised at the Fair goes back to the kids in terms of new/special activities, events, equipment and other major items on teacher’s wish lists for improving education and experience of our kids.

You should have already received an email from your class rep asking for a $5-10 donation.  This will help us put together some great raffle baskets and the ever-popular mystery cards for the kids.

Additional donations required for the following:

Holiday Shop N Wrap: Kids only! Shop for gifts for friends and family.  Please pitch in to donate small new or nearly-new items.  Clear your closets of those candles, books and soaps that you thought you would use.  Socks, toys, bath products, art kits-all of these things will find good homes.  It does not need to be brand new- just present-able.  Drop off in the foyer.

Wine:  We hoping to put together a couple of wine baskets for the raffle.  If you have a spare bottle to donate, please drop off at the office.

Bake Sale:  Plan to make some great seasonal goodies for the bake sale.  Donations to be dropped off the day of the fair.

Raffle Baskets:  If you have any items or services you can donate to the raffle baskets please let us know!!!  (hmlepp@yahoo.com)

 


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Bike to School Week Coordinator still needed

Without a PAC coordinator Bike to School week won’t happen at our school next year!

Please consider taking on this role. This is a big community building role and Ross Road kids LOVE bike to school week, we are listed on the HUB website as one of the Top Trips!

There are a ton of resources and prizes that we won last year, this role is not a fresh start!

As the coordinator you can either lead it or form a committee and make it anything you want it to be. Typically there is an opening morning with a group of parents who are keen to attend and set up fun stations and hand out prizes.  The other big component is to sign up with HUB (which only takes 2 minutes) and then to organize teachers to track bike rides each day and had in the tally sheets at the end of the week. You will need to total the bike rides to school and submit to HUB.

We have all the form templates that can be reused and informational emails.

To volunteer or find out more about this role contact the PAC at rossroadpac@gmail.com


 

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The Card Project

The final order deadline is Sunday, November 24, 2019 for delivery the week of December 9, 2019.

To place your order:

  1. Go towww.TheCardProject.ca
  2. Click on “TO ORDER”
  3. Click on “USE MY SCHOOL ACCESS CODE” and enter our School Access Code: RR97.
  4. Find your child’s class (use the dropdown menu to find the division and teacher) and then enter your child’s first name.
  5. You can personalize your products (if you wish) and then order the cards and products you like.

If you have any questions or need assistance with orders, please contact:

Marcelle at The Card Project: Marcelle@TheCardProject.ca; or

Michele, PAC Coordinator for The Card Project: mikeandmichele2009@live.ca

The PAC thanks you for your participation in this great fundraiser.


After School Program Update

We still have space available in our TUESDAY after school program for the upcoming Winter term:

First Nations Art with Gordon Dick

Grades 1-5

January 14 – March 10 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Music Room

$167.50

Program Description:  Join Gordon Dick from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to learn basic Coast Salish shapes, find out about spirit animals and create your own indigenous animal.

Maximum 25 participants

Register here: Winter After School Programs


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Planning has begun for Ross Road’s annual Winter Fair.

Thank you to all the parents who have volunteered to join the planning committee and make this event happen this year.

More information to come soon but in the meantime save the date!


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Bike to School Week Coordinator still needed!

Without a PAC coordinator Bike to School week won’t happen at our school next year.

We were lucky to have Jackie Hicks in this role for several years but she has had to step down and we need someone to take this on for next year.  There are a ton of resources and prizes that we won last year, so it is not a fresh start.

Unfortunately it will be too late now this year to get Escape adventures or sign up for Velodrome field trips, but there are still lots of other options.  Typically there is an opening morning with a group of parents who are keen to attend and set up fun stations and hand out prizes.  The other big component is to sign up with HUB (which only takes 2 minutes) and then to organize teachers to track bike rides each day and had in the tally sheets at the end of the week. The leader will need to total the bike rides to school and submit to HUB and we have all the form templates that can be reused and informational emails.

As the coordinator you can either lead it or form a committee and make it anything you want it to be.

Please consider taking on this role. This is a big community building role and Ross Road kids LOVE bike to school week, we are listed on the HUB website as one of the Top Trips!

To volunteer or find out more about this role contact the PAC at rossroadpac@gmail.com


 

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L’école des Loisirs is offering  The MAX Book Club 2019/2020 to all families at Ross Road.

A MAX group subscription offers your family 8 French books a year from November to June.
 
Headquartered in Paris, France, L’école des Loisirs has been publishing children’s literature since 1965.
The GROUP subscription through your school means you enjoy a discount rate including taxes and transport.  The books will be sent to the school labelled for each child, so that they can bring it home to enjoy.  You will also enrich the school library by free books we will offer according to the number of subscriptions taken by the families.
Listen to FREE stories from BEBEMAX and KILIMAX​!
For more information, please contact Zhanna Liksutina | zliksutina@ecoledesmax.com | 778-882-5002

SD44 Strategic Planning

All parents are invited to participate in setting the future direction for the North Vancouver School District.

On Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00pm the North Vancouver Parent Advisory Council will be hosting an interactive strategic planning session for parents at the Education Services Centre ( 2121 Lonsdale Ave, 5th Floor).

The North Vancouver Board of Education and school district senior management will guide parents through four activities that will help to create new strategic goals for the school district. Please bring your smart phone or tablet.

Further information about the North Vancouver School District strategic pang process can be found on the North Vancouver School District website.


Winter After School Programs

MONDAYS

Chess Club with National Chess Master Luc Poitras (also with the North Shore Chess Club)

Grades 1-5

January 13 – March 9 (8 weeks; no class Feb 17th)

3:10-4:15pm in Ross Road School – Music Room

$65.00

Program Description: What to expect from the chess club ? The chess club gives an opportunity to kids to play chess against other kids under the supervision from one or two instructors. Group lessons are given through an electronic screen. Beginner and more advanced players get lessons according to their level of understanding. Puzzles are weekly given to each student tailor on their skill.

Kids play chess and learn the basic rules and strategies with the help of a National Chess Master.

Kids will learn by playing, watching friendly kids chess videos and solving puzzles on chess devices.

Beginner and experienced players are welcome.

Maximum 20 participants.

To register for this class fill in form below:

 

Payment: Once registered, please send an e-transfer for $65.00 to treasurer@rossroadpac.ca using the password ‘Chess’. Please include the name of your student and the program (i.e. Joe Smith, Chess).  Your registration is not complete until the e-transfer is received.


TUESDAYS

First Nations Art with Gordon Dick

Grades 1-5

January 14 – March 10 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Music Room

$167.50

Program Description:  Join Gordon Dick from the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to learn basic Coast Salish shapes, find out about spirit animals and create your own indigenous animal.

Maximum 25 participants

To register for this class fill in form below

 

Payment: Once registered, please send an e-transfer for $167.50 to treasurer@rossroadpac.ca using the password ‘Art. Please include the name of your student and the program (i.e. Joe Smith, Art).  Your registration is not complete until the e-transfer is received.


WEDNESDAYS

Mad Science

Grades K-7

January 15 – March 11 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Music Room

$167.50 (including GST)

We make it our mission to spark imaginative learning! As a leading science enrichment provider for children in Grades K-7, Mad Science aspires to deliver unique, hands-on science experiences to as many children as possible.

The “System 3” program offers nine weeks of exciting hands-on science-based activities. Watch fascinating demonstrations, join in enquiry-based discussions, participate in individual & group experiments, and make amazing take-homes.  Some of the things the students will experience:

UNDER PRESSURE:  Join Bernoulli and Newton as we take this exciting look at the science behind aerodynamics and the properties of air … under pressure. Use a vortex generator to create air pockets with a punch and levitate ping-pong balls in defiance of gravity.

FUNDAMENTAL FORCES:  Gravity … Inertia … Centripetal Force … who could ever imagine that an introduction to physics could be so much fun? We’ll experience these awesome forces for ourselves and build some cool devices to watch them at work!

SCIENCE OF MAGIC:  Magic? Nope … It’s science! You’ll learn the secrets behind famous magic tricks that you can recreate for yourself! Mother nature has some tricks of her own, and we’d like to show you what’s up her sleeve!

STUNT PLANES & GLIDERS:  The Wright Brothers would be proud as we follow in their footsteps and learn the fundamental principles of flight. Build a “football” glider, and then make your very own Mad Science Glider… You’ll be a Top Gun after this class!

SUPER STRUCTURES: Discover the strengths of triangles, cylinders and arches. Learn how combinations of these shapes make for sturdy homes and skyscrapers! Use teamwork to build your own super structures as well as an earthquake-proof building!

To Register: https://vancouver.madscience.org/parents-register-a.aspx

Minimum 12 participants / Maximum 25 participants


THURSDAYS 

Lights Up Musical Theatre

Grades K-7

January 16 – March 12 (9 sessions)

3:00-5:00pm in Ross Road School – Music Room

$285 (plus GST)

Lights Up Musical Theatre Schools provides singing, dancing and acting classes for children and teens across the lower mainland.

Musical theatre can enrich your child’s life in many ways. Skills built through performing arts include greater confidence, improved literacy and increased creativity. Performing arts also helps with expressing emotions, communicating ideas and working with others.

This Winter, your child can experience the joys and benefits of musical theatre by taking part in our afterschool programs led by our talented and experienced Lights Up Musical Theatre Schools staff.

Winter Show Theme: I Just Can’t Wait to Be King!

This term, we will be creating our own version of the Disney and Broadway musical “The Lion King”! Learn favourite songs and dances from the films and Broadway show as we journey into the world of lions, meercats, warthogs, and even a few hyenas… Hakuna Matata! Performance for parents on the last day of classes.

To Register: www.lightsuptheatre.ca/rossroad

Maximum 25 participants


THURSDAYS

3-Point Basketball

Grades 1-2

January 16 – March 12 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Gym

$180.00

Program Description: We are excited to be continuing our after school co-ed basketball program at Ross Road this Fall. Our purpose is to encourage and develop fundamental basketball skills in a positive learning team environment. 3Pointbasketball was established in 2014 and is now participating in 9 schools across the North Shore. Our program is designed for the primary grade levels.

Registered students receive: 3PB t-shirt, basketball, and a healthy smoothie.

Maximum 16 participants (8 students per grade).

To Register: https://3pointbasketball.com/  


FRIDAYS

3-Point Basketball

Grades 3-4

January 17 – March 13 (9 sessions)

3:00-4:00pm in Ross Road School – Gym

$180.00

Program Description: We are excited to be continuing our after school co-ed basketball program at Ross Road this Fall. Our purpose is to encourage and develop fundamental basketball skills in a positive learning team environment. 3Pointbasketball was established in 2014 and is now participating in 9 schools across the North Shore. Our program is designed for the primary grade levels.

Registered students receive: 3PB t-shirt, basketball, and a healthy smoothie.

Maximum 16 participants (8 students per grade).

To Register: https://3pointbasketball.com/   

 

 

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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:

  1. Go to www.TheCardProject.ca
  2. Click on “TO ORDER
  3. Click on “USE MY SCHOOL ACCESS CODE
  4. Enter our School Access Code: RR97 (there is only ONE Access Code for the whole school)
  5. Find your child’s class (use the dropdown menu)
  6. Enter your child’s first name
  7. 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


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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 rossroadpac@gmail.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.

Thank-you!


 

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


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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


NVPAC News

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