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LOST AND FOUND! AND FOUND!<p>Please check our lost and found. Ms. Nicholson and her students have sorted and setup the items in the front foyer for you to see.  After June 4th we will send any of the left over items to charity.</p>
Emma King School Dress Code King School Dress Code<p>​Now that the warmer weather is upon us, here is a reminder of our Emma King Dress Code.</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p style="text-align:center;"><strong>EMMA KING SCHOOL DRESS CODE </strong></p><p> </p><p>You are expected to dress in a clean, neat, appropriate manner. Clothing covering the body to the mid-thigh is expected (i.e. no exposed midriffs and no visible underwear). Tank tops should have a 2-3 finger width so that underclothing straps are not visible. Clothing with offensive words, slogans, or pictures is considered inappropriate, as is clothing that promotes alcohol, drugs or tobacco products. If the way you dress is distracting other students, then you are disrupting the learning process and you will be asked to cover up or put on something more appropriate. Hats, scarves and bandannas are to be removed while you are in the building. Coats and outside footwear are to be neatly arranged in your coat and boot area. For your safety, in the event of a fire or fire drill, footwear must be worn at all time.  </p><p> </p><p> </p>
76% Participation in Walk and Wheel Wednesday! Participation in Walk and Wheel Wednesday!<p>​Great job, Wildcats!  We had awesome participation today in our Walk and Wheel Wednesday.  Our winner today is Ms. Sawyer's grade 4/5 class with 95.4% ! In second place with 95%, Mr. Scharf's grade 6/7 class; in third place with 92%, Mrs. Wiggins' grade 8 class; in fourth place with 90%, Ms. Rainey/Ms. Shedden's grade 5 class; and in fifth place with 88%, Mrs. Goddard's grade 4 class.</p>
Book Fair Fair<p>​Our spring book fair takes place May 27th and 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. On May 29th the book fair is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for last minute sales.  Come on in and and check out the picture books, graphic novels, chapter books and nonfiction books.</p>
International Languages Program Registration Languages Program Registration<p><strong>Fall registration for the International Languages Program is now open</strong><br>Create Date: 21-MAY-2015<br> </p><p>The SCDSB offers a free International Languages Program for elementary school students to give children the chance to learn a new language or maintain their native language. This program, free for students in Grades 1 to 8, takes place on Saturday mornings starting on September 19, 2015.</p><p>Class locations and languages available include:</p><ul style="list-style-type:disc;"><li><em>Barrie Learning Centre:</em> Arabic, Russian, Mandarin, Korean, Greek, Farsi, German, Spanish, Urdu </li><li><em>Bradford Learning Centre:</em> Tamil, Urdu, Spanish, Russian</li></ul><p>For more information and to register, visit <a href=""><span lang="EN-CA" style="text-decoration:underline;"></span></a> and click on 'Elementary Student.'</p>
Double Winners of the Golden Boot! Winners of the Golden Boot!<p>​This week we had two classes tied for first place on our Walk and Wheel Wednesday. Mrs. Winch's grade 7/8 class and Ms. Kingston's grade 1/2 class had 88% participation on Wednesday. In third place with 86%, Ms. Sawyer's grade 4/5 class and tied for fourth place with 80%, Mrs. Colvin's grade 2 class and Mr. Reynolds' grade 7 class.  Way to go Wildcats!</p>



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