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Sub and Pasta Orders - ORDERS DUE JAN. 15 and Pasta Orders - ORDERS DUE JAN. 15<p>​Hot lunch orders are due to the office on Monday, January 15th.  </p>
Kindergarten Registration Starts January 22, 2018 Registration Starts January 22, 2018<p>​Please contact Mrs. Leach in the office (705-728-5401) if you have a child to register.  Registration packages will be available at the school office starting on January 15th, 2018</p><p> </p><p>Do you (or someone you know) have a child who was born in 2014? If so, it's almost time to register them for Kindergarten in the SCDSB! Beginning Jan. 22, our elementary schools will register children for Kindergarten for the 2018-19 school year. Required registration documents include birthdate documentation, proof of address and immunization records. Visit <a href=""><span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span></a> for more information. </p>
Sledding at School at School<p>​</p><p><strong>Reminder about sledding safety at school </strong><br>There are times that your child's teacher may allow students to bring a sled to school for a phys-ed or DPA class.  Student safety is our first priority, and although we do allow "crazy carpets" and soft sleds at our school, we do not allow hard sleds, two-person sleds or snow racers. We do supervise sledding and we remind students of safety rules on a regular basis. </p><p>We want to inform parents that if students are sledding at school, Ophea (the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association) recommends that they should wear a properly fitted (as per manufacturer's guidelines) and properly worn CSA-approved hockey helmet or snow sport helmet certified by a recognized safety standards association.</p><p>If you send a sled and helmet (optional but recommended) to school with your child, you are giving permission for your child to take part in this activity. </p>
SCHOOL PARKING LOT SAFETY PARKING LOT SAFETY<p>​</p><p>SAFETY CONCERN</p><p>Please be aware that the school parking lot <strong>is CLOSED and FROZEN</strong> from 3:20-3:40 each day.  Vehicles are not to enter the parking lot or move from their parking spot during this time.  This rule is in place to ensure student safety.  </p><p>During the dismissal time,  children and their families move about in the areas around the school and parking lot.  <strong>It is ESSENTIAL that no vehicles are moving in the parking lot until the person with the stop sign, who is standing at the exit, leaves the area.</strong></p><p>Please inform family members or daycare providers of the parking restrictions as well.</p><p>People who are parked along Cundles and adjoining streets are able to come and go as they wish.</p><p> </p>
UPCOMING EVENTS AT EMMA KING EVENTS AT EMMA KING<p>Jan. 8 - School Council Meeting - 6pm in Library</p><p>Jan. 22 - KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION STARTS</p><p>Jan. 25 - Grad Photo Day</p><p>Jan. 26 - PA DAY</p><p>Janu. 29-31 - Grade 8 Trip to Kandalore</p><p>Feb. 2 - Character Assembly 11:30 a.m. & Popcorn Day</p><p>Feb. 19 - FAMILY DAY</p><p>Feb. 21 - Kids Activities Expo</p><p>Feb. 23 - Character Assembly 11:30 a.m. & Popcorn Day</p><p>Mar. 5 - School Council Meeting - 6pm in Library</p><p>Mar. 9 - DANCEATHON</p><p>Mar. 12 - 16 - MARCH BREAK</p><p>Mar. 29 - Character Assembly 11:30 a.m. & Popcorn Day</p><p>Mar. 30 - GOOD FRIDAY</p><p>Apr. 2 - EASTER MONDAY</p><p>Apr. 26 - Character Assembly 11:30 a.m. & Popcorn Day</p><p>Apr. 27 - PA DAY</p><p>May 7 - School Council Meeting - 6pm in Library</p><p>May 18 - PA DAY</p><p>May 21 - VICTORIA DAY</p><p>May 25 - Character Assembly 11:30 a.m. & Popcorn Day</p><p>June 1 - PA DAY</p><p>June 22 - Character Assembly 11:30 & Popcorn Day</p><p>June 26 - Grade 8 Grad Ceremonies</p><p>June 28 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL</p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
OHIP + +<p>​<strong>OHIP+ provides free prescription drug coverage for children</strong> <br>Beginning Jan. 1, the province will provide free prescription drug coverage for children and youth aged 24 and under, regardless of family income. Under OHIP+, Ontario children and youth will have access to over 4,400 medications and other drug products. Enrolment in OHIP+ will be automatic, based on age. There are no upfront costs, no co-payment and no annual deductible. Those who are eligible for OHIP+ will only need their health card number and a valid prescription from their doctor or nurse practitioner when they visit their pharmacist. For more information, visit: <a href=""><span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span></a>. </p>



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