GCS Grades 3 and 4

The Adventures of Mrs. Bouter's Class

News and Notes This Week

Good Morning, Parents!

This is a quick posting to remind you to check our newsletter from last week, as it covers news for this short week and for last week.

Please remember to send in the money for our Fall Party, which is taking place this Wednesday afternoon.  The cost is $3.00 per child. Children are encouraged to dress up as friendly scarecrows – let’s see how creative we can be with things from around our homes.

Library books will be due on Monday mornings from now on, as Mrs. Huising and Mrs. McPhail will be recataloguing books before our Wednesday library times. 

Please remember that there will be no school this Thursday and Friday, as the teachers will be attending the Teacher’s Convention in Moncton, NB.

Sincerely,

Mrs. D.

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Reminders for This Week

What a glorious weekend! A new week is ahead of us now, and there is much to keep track of:

Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 11th, will be the rescheduled day for the CROSS COUNTRY RUN.  Please remember to ensure that those children who are participating are dressed for the weather, and have a water bottle to take along to the Terry Fox Centre. Layers seem to work best this time of year.

Wednesday, October 12th, Mrs. Thorne will be collecting the “ADOPT-A-PLANET” projects.  We will also have LIBRARY with Mrs. Huizing, so please remember to return library books.

Thursday, October 13th, is PICTURE DAY.  This is also our FIELD TRIP to Belfast Corn Maze, so please make sure that the children have a change of clothes if you’d like them to wear separate outfits for the photos and the excursion.  Our classes will be photographed first, and we will leave directly afterwards. 

Friday, October 14th, will be our SPELLING TEST for List 5. Please spend extra time studying the words this week, as we have a shorter work week.

Thank you for your continued support.  Be sure to sign up to “Follow By Email” if you’d like to be notified when there are new posts to view.

Mrs. Devries

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