Whether you are a new family or returning one, welcome! In this handbook you will find an overview of information such as attendance, clothing and attire, volunteering, our student clinic, school clubs and programs offered, and other useful information. With the help of parents, caregivers and the community we hope to inspire children to learn in a safe and positive learning environment. We encourage parents/caregivers to maintain a healthy relationship with our staff. These relationships are the foundation for our staff and students to strive for a successful 2019-2020 school year. We hope students get involved in the variety of extracurricular activities that we offer here at the school. Ask your teacher about the different activities that run before/after school and/or at lunch hour. You may also check in on our website for information (http://powerview.sunrisesd.ca/). We are proud of our supportive Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) that plays an active role in our school. You may follow us on social media to find more information or better yet, join us at a meeting as well. Please take a moment and read though the handbook, if you have any questions please feel free to visit our school anytime throughout the school year
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Please make sure to pack a lunch on November 7th. The canteen is closed.
The Kindergarten class came up with the idea to focus on ice safety as it involves most school subjects. They will be measuring, using science tools such as funnels, recycling/re-using for social students also, using their art skills for making their creations beautiful and realistic to nature, all while keeping the sidewalk safe. The class decided to offer an exchange program to our community. If an individual brings in a clean 4 litre plastic milk jug, the class will send them home with a pumpkin made from the jug. The pumpkin/jug will be filled with kitty litter. The kitty litter can be used to sprinkle on slippery steps and surfaces. The students are in charge of decorating the jugs and filling them. They are heavy enough that they will not blow away and when kept capped the litter will remain dry and ready to sprinkle when needed.