On behalf of the staff at St. Clement Catholic School, we would like to wish Madame Lightbown congratulations on her retirement. Madame will be truly missed at our school and we appreciate her commitment to education and her dedication to her students. We wish you all the best, in your new chapter, Madame!
Lots of information at the “Pathways Night” for Grade 8 Students as they make the transition to St. David High School!
Tonight at St. Luke School you can learn what to expect in High School, Course Selection Review, Career Planning and what Resources and Supports are available.
Such important information! It starts at 6:30 PM tonight at St Luke School, so be sure to get there!
More information in the attachment!
Dear Parents and Guardians:
We need your help!
Last year the Federal government launched the “Smart Cities Challenge”, a national competition that encourages communities to come up with innovative technology solutions to their most pressing challenge. The top prize is $50 million!!
Waterloo region entered the contest with a focus on healthy children and youth. We want to make our community THE BEST in Canada for kids, and we were chosen one of just five Canadian communities to compete for the award!
To help us win the $50 million, we are asking you (should you choose to participate) to assist your
child(ren) in signing a special petition urging the competition judges to recognize the participation and support we have from local young people to win the smart cities challenge.
The petition is open to ALL children and youth up to age 18 and is available for your child(ren) to sign at: http://bit.ly/2Hnd0yD
Let’s hear all those #WCDSBAwesome Waterloo Catholic District School Board voices!!
For more information, please visit www.smartwr.ca
You can follow along @SmartWatRegion on Instagram and Twitter. Use #SmartWR#SmartCitiesCanada and #bestcommunityforkids when chatting on social media.
Umbrella Theme for the Month: Resilience: Persistence and resilience only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems.
Monday, January 28
- Monday Math Madness – please see the Tweet on Monday for the Question of the week. Classroom solutions will be tweeted at the end of the week.
- Spirit Wear Campaign for students runs from Jan. 28 – Feb.8th. Forms will be sent home on Monday and the flyer will be sent out the community via Newswire. Three samples are at the main office to view colour and quality.
Tuesday, January 29
Wednesday, January 30
- Hot Lunch Day – New Orleans
- Bell Let’s Talk Day
- Grade 4 Bible Celebration
Thursday, January 31
Friday, February 1
- Monday Math Madness – please see the Tweet today for the solutions from our weekly problem
*Please visit our website at https://stclement.wcdsb.ca/ and “View Calendar Highlights” for more information about these and any upcoming events.
Follow us on Twitter @stclementsaints to see all of the wonderful happenings at our school!
A reminder that if you would like to order a hot lunch, your order is due at noon on Sunday. All ordering is done through Lunchbox Orders at https://www.lunchboxorders.net/
Students have an opportunity to order St. Clement School spirit wear with an updated school logo. Spirit wear is available for ordering until midnight on February 8th. Orders cannot be accepted after this date. E-Transfers are strongly encouraged and are to be sent out to; firstname.lastname@example.org with the Password : SAINTS (all uppercase)
The flyer is attached which has more information. Open here. St Clements – Flyer – Student Final
The paper form is being sent home on Monday, and you may complete and submit this form, to the child’s teacher, making the cheque payable to “The Official Supplier Store Inc.” We are accepting cheques only. Thank you
We have received a few samples of the product. They are in the main hall just in front of the office if you need to check sizes.
Don’t forget! Your children will be staying home tomorrow, as the staff continue to learn how to pull the “magic” out of your child, as the road to success is always under construction!
Have a wonderful day.
Space is limited! “Artshine” is for Students in JK to Grade 8, held over lunch time. Students create their own wonderful works of art, to take home. Take a look at the attached flyer for more information and sign up before January 31st to reserve your spot. www.artshine.ca
St. Clement C S – Winter 2019 – FORM
Tomorrow night, is an information night for grade 8 students and parents, on transitioning into High School. It is being held at St. Teresa Elementary School in Elmira, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. On Wednesday the 30th of January is another information night being held at St. Luke School in Waterloo from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. A few of the topics they will talk about are; what to expect in high school, course selection review, career planning, resources and supports. We hope you take advantage of this informative event!
See the attachment for more information.
The Waterloo Catholic District School Board will be participating in Family Literacy Day on Sunday January 27th. It will be held from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Conestoga Mall. Please bring your young children out to support this exciting event! Check out the flyer for more information.