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June 22 Weekly Updates and Information
Published on Jun 22, 2019 09:08

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff of our school for all of their efforts over the course of this school year.  Their commitment to the education of the children of St. Charles school is evident on a daily basis in the classroom, on the schoolyard and during extra curricular activities.  The success of this year can be attributed to their willingness to create a positive and safe learning community that upholds the dignity of each child while nurturing responsibility for individual actions through the modeling of Catholic values.
In particular I would like to wish Ms. Slade all the best in her well-deserved retirement!  She has done so much for the students and staff of St. Charles - and we are so very grateful!  We would like to also wish Ms. Almeida, Ms. Baggetta, Ms. MacDonald and Ms. Trotta all the best in their future endeavors!  As we say here at St. Charles, once a Crusader, always a Crusader!

I hope this summer is filled with memories, laughter and many blessings!   I look forward to seeing you again in September, have a wonderful summer!

Yours in Catholic Education,

~ Ms. Medve-Racine

Report Cards:

Students received their report cards today, please complete and return the bottom portion to the school by Thursday June 27.

St. Charles Has Got Talent:

We will have our annual talent show on Tuesday June 25 at 11:40 am.  Come out and see some of our talented and entertaining Crusaders!


Please remember to pick up your child’s medications from the school office before or on the last day of school.  We are not able to send home medication with students. The school office will remain open Tuesday July 2 – Thursday July 4 from 8:15 am to 3:15 pm.

First Day of School:

The first day of school for all students in grades SK – Gr. 8 is Tuesday September 3.  Year Two kindergarten students will gather in the kindergarten yard before school.  Students in Gr. 1-8 will gather on the pavement to the south of the school (the primary tarmac) grouped according to grade.  There will be balloons along the side pavement indicating where each grade will gather together. Once the bell rings, teachers will call out the students’ names and proceed as a class into the school. In the event of rain, this process will take place in the school gymnasium.

Upcoming Dates

June 24 Retro Day

June 25 Tropical Day

June 25        Reports go home

June 25 Talent Show

June 26 Twin Day

June 27        Last day of school with students

June 27 Canada Day

June 28        PA Day