We are pleased to share that the first Movie Night of the school year will take place Friday, November 23rd. Join us in the gym for popcorn, pizza, and a showing of Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation. Doors open at 6pm and the movie starts at 6:30pm.
Dinner order forms will be sent home in backpacks this week, so please keep an eye out (or print and fill out this printable form). Forms need to be returned to your child’s teacher by Monday, November 19th. We are an Eco certified school, so be sure to bring your reusable water bottle.
There will also be a raffle for premium holiday concert seats! It’s sure to be a great evening – hope to see you there!
If you’re able to help the afternoon of or during movie night, we would definitely appreciate the help! We can’t do these events without the support of our Earl Haig community. Please take a look at what roles are available and volunteer if you can.
It’s our last School Advisory Council meeting of the year! Please join us as we meet on Wednesday, November 21st from 7pm to 8:30pm in the school Music Room (in the basement). As always, childcare is available.
At the meeting, you’ll learn about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, hear updates from Principal Root, and you’re encouraged to share any ideas or suggestions you may have. You don’t need to be on the council to attend – everyone is welcome!
Do you have any questions for the Principal? Send them his way ahead of the meeting by using this quick and easy form: http://bit.ly/2O7yFO9
Hope to see you there!
Join us on Wednesday, November 7th (at 7:00PM in the Music Room) to learn more about the “Play EH!” Playground Revitalization project, the fundraising needed to make it happen, and how you can help!
Come see the design, costing, timeline, phasing, and fundraising goals. Learn how you can improve the school experience for your family and others, and be part of a lasting legacy of fun at Earl Haig PS!
We hope to see you there!
We want to thank everyone in the Earl Haig community for your fantastic support at last week’s pumpkin patch. We sold out of pumpkins in record time and we had amazing support from our volunteers and bakers. We could not be happier!
(Here’s a reminder about the many ways your fundraising dollars and volunteer efforts help our students.)
Have a happy, haunted and safe Halloween everyone!
How do you mend a broken jack-o-lantern?
…With a pumpkin patch!
Just a reminder that we are turning the Kindergarten play yard into our very own pumpkin patch tomorrow morning.
We will have pumpkins of various sizes for sale ($7 each), and yummy baked goods and jars of honey up for grabs, too. Please note, the event is cash only. For your convenience, pumpkins can be purchased at the sale and picked up at the end of the school day.
It looks like it will be a chilly morning, so be sure to warm yourself up with a hot cup of FREE coffee at the pumpkin patch, too.
As always, all money raised helps fund school and education initiatives for Earl Haig students.
We hope to see you there!
Halloween is gearing up at Earl Haig and we have a couple of additional school community initiatives to share with you.
Halloween for hunger food drive
The Earl Haig PS community is collecting non-perishable food items until October 31st in support of Community Centre 55. Collection boxes can be found in front of the school’s office. Please consider giving what you can to help scare away hunger.
Suggestions of items to donate include:
- Pasta (canned or dry) and pasta sauces.
- Canned meats and fish.
- Meat alternatives (peanut butter, soy, assorted nuts)
- Canned goods (beans, soups, stews)
- Canned and powdered milk
- Canned vegetables and fruit
- Whole grain cereals
- Infant foods and baby formula
- Pet Food
Take ’em or leave ’em costume swap
From now until Halloween, drop off unneeded costumes on the costume swap table located outside the office and walk away with a boo-tiful new-to-you costume for your kiddo this Halloween! It’s a take ’em or leave ’em swap, so you can pick up a costume even if you don’t have one to donate. Please stop by!
We need your help to make our annual Pumpkin Patch on October 25th a great success!
Volunteer on Pumpkin Patch day
The fun begins early with unloading the pumpkins and transforming the Kindergarten playground into a Pumpkin Patch. Then, we need volunteers to sell the pumpkins and baked goods throughout the morning! Will you help? We sure hope so! Please sign up online with the shift (or shifts!) that work for your schedule: http://signup.com/go/LpZcDuJ
Volunteer ahead of time
Want to help but can’t volunteer at the event? You’re in luck! We will need bakers to donate a breakfast friendly baked good (please, no nuts!). Bakers can bring their yummy goods to the office the day before or to the Kindergarten yard the morning of the sale.
As always, thanks for your help!