Central Public Weekly Newsletter ~ The "Central Scoop"

Upcoming Calendar of Events: (check the calendar on our website for more information)

  • Friday, June 4 - P.D Day (Non instructional day for in-person and virtual learners)

  • Thursday, June 24 - Virtual Grade 6 Graduation

  • Tuesday, June 29 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Friday, May 28, 2021

Reminder:

Just a reminder that this coming Friday, June 4th, 2021 is a PD Day for students.

Kindergarten Orientation for the 2021 – 2022 School Year:

This year our full day kindergarten orientation is available on our website. The link below has also been emailed to all incoming Year 1 families. Should you have any questions, feel free to email Mrs.Csordas at csordass@hdsb.ca. We can’t wait to meet our new friends and families in September!

Central Public School Kindergarten Orientation

School Council:

A message from your Parent Council Co-Chairs – Amanda Pascoe & Kimberly Calderbank

FAMILY FUN - Trivia Night

On Friday June 4th at 7pm join our guest hosts Amy and Cami for another evening of Kahoot Family Fun! Pit your wits against other families, or use individual devices to see who comes out on top in your own family!

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84070241328?pwd=aVVVYUVKNGpqd2NxNVZJYldUNFZwUT09

Meeting ID: 840 7024 1328

Passcode: 370574

MAY Themes - #CentralConnects

Each week create something to do with the theme, then show us your masterpieces on social media. Tag Parent Council, and use #CentralConnects - let's see how many great artworks we can make! Will you paint, draw, chalk your sidewalk, make a sculpture? The sky's the limit!

Walk your neighbourhood and see if you can spot other people's art! Brighten people's day and show yours off too!

May 29: Silly stuff

Silly faces, clowns and jokes - make Central laugh!!


Burlington Public Library and Food For Life - Community Fridge:

The Aldershot branch, in partnership with Food for Life, is Burlington's first community fridge location to complement four other Food for Life community program sites in the city. Twice weekly, Food for Life volunteers stock the fridge with pre-packed bags of fresh food for neighbourhood residents to take when they need it. As well, students can pick up healthy food items provided by Halton Food For Thought.

Food items are available as supplies last and no pick-up appointment is necessary. Following the Library’s COVID-19 safety practices, on arrival at Aldershot branch customers may enter the branch to self-serve from the fridge or may ask staff for help with curbside delivery. Please remember: a properly worn face mask or covering is required attire at the library for everyone's safety.

Food for the community fridge is provided by Food for Life and Halton Food for Thought only. The Library does not accept food donations for the community fridge. Other worthy organizations in the community will welcome your food donation—see Related links below for information

Aldershot branch is open every day except holidays: Mon to Fri, 10am-7pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun noon-5pm.

Donated time and dollars make a difference.

Food for Life is a registered local charity that relies on community support to keep all community fridges stocked with fresh food. For those wanting to help out, please visit the Food for Life website to learn more about volunteer opportunities and how to make a financial contribution.

Please visit https://www.bpl.on.ca/fridge for more information

Halton Families for Families:


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