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Parent Teacher Announcement

Preschoolers Program
We need your help! SMECA PTA is currently pursuing a preschool learning program for our area. And while we know parents are interested in the program we need to know what you want. So what can you do to help? Tell us what you want to see! How many days a week? How long? Learning or play based? Ages? Goals? Or anything e alse you think is relevant. You can let us know either on our Facebook page or by email kaytland.smith@hotmail.com Thanks for your input!

CHRISTMAS CONCERT DATE

SMECA CHRISTMAS CONCERT WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16th at 6:30 PM. Please share!!!

Drama Production

 

The St. Mary’s Drama Class proudly presents:

Who Stole Santa Claus?

Santa Claus has gone missing the day before SMECA’s elaborate Christmas Concert. But who took him? The exhausted Music Teacher? The Principal? The Janitor? The Secretary? One of the Students?

Will the mystery be solved? Will Santa be returned so the Christmas Concert can proceed as scheduled? Find out in this one act mystery that is sure to entertain.

This event is open to the community – Please check in at the office

St Mary's Pathfinders/Rangers Fundraiser

The St. Mary’s Pathfinders/Rangers are hosting a Food Bank Challenge at St. Mary’s Education Centre/Academy. The race is on to see which class can bring in the most individual food bank donations. The class with the most donations will win a PIZZA PARTY to be held on December 18th. The rules are simple, bring in a food donation between December 7th and 17th. A donation box will be placed in each classroom. Members of the Pathfinders/Rangers will collect donations throughout the challenge and track progress on a chart in the main lobby.

The Hour of Code

All St. Mary’s Education Centre Academy students will be participating in “The Hour of Code” during the week of December 7th. “The Hour of Code” is a one-hour introduction to computer science. It is designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. More than one hundred eighty countries are involved.

LIBRARY NEWS

 

Our November Bookfair was our most successful one so far. As a result of the great sales, we were able to obtain over $1300.00 in free books for our school library.  A huge Thank You to all students, staff, parents, guardians and grandparents for your generous support.

I would also like to thank a great team of volunteers: Samantha Dort, Mikayla Rudolph, Kaylyn Mailman, Emma MacDonald, Emily Hendsbee, Hannah Pearo , Makayla Fleet and Melodie MacLellan, your help was very much appreciated. Thanks as well to the students for transporting the books to and from the library

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