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Information for parents/guardians of Junior Kindergarten students for parents/guardians of Junior Kindergarten students<p> </p><p>Do you have a little one starting school for the first time this fall? We know that is it an exciting time for both students and parents. Here is some information about Kindergarten in the Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) and what you can expect and how to plan for the first day of school:</p><div><ul><li>Senior Kindergarten students begin school on Tuesday, September 6, 2016.<br></li><li>Junior Kindergarten students begin school on Thursday, September 8, 2016.<br></li><li>Note that <a href="">Ernest Cumberland ES</a> is on a modified calendar. The first day of school for Ernest Cumberland JK students is Wed. Aug. 24.<br></li><li>On the first day, proceed to the Kindergarten yard or entrance to meet your educators and find out what class your child will be in.<br></li><li>Please <a href="">pack the following items in your child’s backpack</a> to be left at school:<br></li><ul><li>Indoor running shoes (Velcro or elastic laces)</li><li>A large Ziploc bag with extra clothes (one pair of pants, one shirt, two pairs of underwear, two pairs of socks)</li><li>​Please ensure everything is labelled</li></ul><li>Pack a lunch and snacks in reusable, labelled containers, including a bottle for water. For healthy lunch ideas, check out <a href="">EatRight Ontario</a>.<br></li></ul></div><p>If your child will ride the school bus, the <a href="">Bus Tag</a> program provides each Kindergarten student with a coloured tag that identifies the child’s name, route number, bus colour and stop location. All students with a bus tag must be met at their stop by a parent/guardian. To practice riding the bus and learn about bus safety, attend a <a href="">First Rider</a> session provided by the <a href="">Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium</a>. ​</p><p>If your child is turning four years old before Dec. 31, 2016 and you have not yet registered them for Kindergarten, you can do so by calling 705-734-6363 x11750 or emailing <a href=""></a> to schedule an appointment to register in person at the SCDSB’s Education Centre (1170 Hwy. 26 in Midhurst) until August 26 while school offices are closed. Starting August 29, please contact your <a href="">home school</a> to register as school offices will re-open that week.</p><p>If you have any further questions about your child’s first day, please <a href="">contact your school​</a> the week of August 29.</p><p>​</p>
Farewell and Honor Roll Assembly and Honor Roll Assembly<p>​You are invited to our Farewell and Honor Roll Assembly which will take place at 9:30 am in our gym.</p><p>We will celebrate the successes of our wonderful students and wish a fond farewell to staff that will be leaving us.</p><p>​We hope to see you there.<br></p>
Welcome Summer Summer<p>​</p><p>Hi Everyone,</p><p> </p><p>I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who volunteered your time and energy this past school year.  We had flawless events, fun and appreciative days and amazingly successful fundraisers because of your efforts.</p><p> </p><p>I'm looking forward to being a part of the fundraising and volunteer coordinating team again next year, but I encourage you all to stay involved, attend Parent Council meetings and continue to help with our events and really, serve our community.  And please, encourage others to get involved as well.</p><p> </p><p>Some of you will move on as your kids graduate next year, so I wish you and your children well in their future endeavours.  As for the rest, I hope you all have a pleasant summer and we'll see you next year!</p><p> </p><p>Thank you again,</p><p>Jen Schmid</p><p>Fundraising and Volunteer Coordinator​</p>
Library Books Now Due Books Now Due<p>​Please check at home for any School Library books that might be sitting around your house.</p><p>Mrs. Ruhl-Burton would like them back so that she can enter all the books back into the system in preparation for closing the library for the summer.</p><p>They are due now. </p>
Adjala Central P.S. Update Central P.S. Update<p>​</p><p>Adjala Central Public School</p><p>"Where Seeds of Success Are Sown"</p><p>Wishing you a "happy summer" from Adjala Central Public School.  </p><p>Once again, our school has been a very busy place filled with fun and learning. </p><p>Our student leadership team and Gr. 8 students continue to organize many fun events and fundraisers at our school.  Students brought in toonies for "Toonie Thursdays" to raise money for disaster relief efforts in Fort McMurry.  June 17<sup>th</sup> was our "Adjala's Got Talent" talent show, with many amazing performances.  The students in the Talent Show also got to perform for the Volunteers at our Volunteer Appreciation Tea, as a very effective way for students to say thank you to our many Volunteers.  Staff brought in many different delicious treats as their way of saying "Thanks".  We've also had many spirit days organized, covering everything from PJ Day to Crazy Hair Day along with our student led assemblies.  Whatever is happening, there is never any shortage of wonderful students willing to join in and move an initiative from idea to realization.</p><p>Our teachers have also been very busy coaching many different teams and organizing school visits and class trips.   Our Junior Boys' and Girls' Basketball teams played well at their season final Zone Tournaments and our Intermediate Rugby Team had a lot of fun at their tournament in Alliston.  Intermediate Softball players have their tournament on June 22<sup>nd</sup>.  After our very successful school Track and Field event for students in grades 4 to 8, thirty five students went to our area Track and Field event to represent their school very well.  Primary students got the opportunity to have their Primary Play Day which was a lot of fun for everyone.  As for school visitors: Scientists in the School came to run some fun experiments for primary students; and Knights in the Classroom helped our Gr. 4 to 6 students understand what medieval life was like; As part of their French instruction students in grades 4 to 6 got to see Gregg LeRock perform at the Mississauga Living Arts Center; Grade 4 and 7 students went to the Tiffin Outdoor Education Center and our Primary students visited the local river to examine ecosystems. </p><p>Volunteers have really had a positive impact in our school.  Our School Council parent volunteers ran many different fundraisers: North Country Meat, Track and Field BBQ, Popcorn Days and our twice weekly Hot Lunch Program.  The money raised has supported purchasing IPads, Chromebooks, books for our reading room and even robots to support our students in learning about coding and programming.  Over 20 volunteers came out in near freezing weather to help run our school Track Meet and provide a BBQ lunch to our entire school.  What a great day!  Volunteers are everywhere in our school helping students with reading, writing, math and helping them practice how to be good citizens.  Thank you to everyone that has helped make a difference at Adjala Central P.S..</p><p>We said goodbye to many staff this year: Mrs. Nelles, Mrs. Dekker, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Shelson, Mrs. Bone and Mrs. McDevitt who retired after 28 years in education.  We welcomed Mrs. Donnelly as our new school secretary.  Mr. Russell will also be leaving us and Mr. Pattison will be coming to Adjala Central P.S. as our new Principal.</p><p> </p><p>Follow us on Twitter - @AdjalaCentral </p><p>Or visit our website –​</p>



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