It's only two days from Valentine’s Day, and love is in the air! So, how are we celebrating this year? Well, today was the last day students could purchase Candygrams for their special someone. Also, on Friday, don’t forget to send your kids wearing red and pink! For the Grades 7 and 8 students, there will be a dance. What could be more fun?
Especially with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, students here have been very busy with other activities as well.
Monsignor O'Neil School's Grade 5 students attended the annual Dairy Days in Woodstock recently and had a "mooooovellous" time! They learned much about the industry: students had the opportunity to milk a model cow, pet a real one, sit in a tractor, and observe the tools and tasks of the trade.
Today is the day: you can pick up your Little Caesers pizza kits today! Hope you didn’t forget to order this scrumptious product!
Food Service Orders are sent home tomorrow. You can order pizza, hotdogs, spaghetti and meatballs and milk for your kids! Your orders are due on the 19th, so make sure you bring it in as soon as possible!
This Saturday, the Knights of Columbus Free Throw competition for the district will be on. We wish all of our students good luck at the competition. Go Knights!
And also, this weekend is a long weekend. Monday will be Family Day, and we hope you spend your extra day celebrating how great a family you have!
Next Friday will be the Winter Carnival. Madame Rigby has set up this annual event for our students to participate in, including activities and games that are played in places all around the world.
And our poor groundhog Wiarton Willie saw his shadow, and gave us six more weeks of winter. Make sure you bundle up because it’s not getting any warmer yet.
The kindness challenge is still on! Challenge yourself to do kind actions for everyone around you. Our goal is one million kind acts in 21 days. We can all do it, we just have to try.
The Kindness Celebration will take place on February 25th, so you still have tons of time to complete as many kind actions as we can.
Sami Maerten and Alana Luciani