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Here is our April Newsletter CARRVILLE MILLS NEWS -April 2021

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Wellness Week Recap and Resources

Hello Carrville Mills community,
We hope that you enjoyed last week’s Wellness Week online events and that your families have had the opportunity to explore new ways to stay physically and emotionally fit. If your child has not done so, please return the Wellness Week Challenge card to school. The class who wins additional gym time will be announced later this week. We would like to thank all of the parents from our School Council that organized this event as well as our community partners that generously donated their time: the Schwartz/Reisman Centre, Thornhill Basketball Association, Kickboxing Coach Jamie Dan, Social Worker Tina Gandhi, Cooking Coach Jackie Zarkower and Zumba instructor Alla Belova. The slides from the Kids Anxiety Talk and the recipe from the healthy cooking demo are posted on the blog at carrvillemills.ca. Constructive feedback is important to our School Council and we invite you to take part in a very short survey that should take less than a minute to complete. Please click here to access the survey. The School Council can also be contacted at carrville.mills.ps@sc.yrdsb.edu.on.ca.
Thank you and stay healthy, Carrville!

Two Resources: Wellness week recipe cards

Anxiety Talk

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Wellness Week — March 1st to 5th

CMPS Families,

Our School Council organized Wellness Week is running during the week of March 1st to 5th. See below for details:
Wellness Week schedule with links

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Reminders for Re-opening

Dear CMPS Families,
We are all hoping to see our students back on Wednesday. Let’s hope that our weather cooperates with us tomorrow. Please take the time to review the information below:
York Region Public Health Screening:
All students are required to complete a York Region Public Health school and child-care screening tool daily. Please note for elementary students, you do not need to send in your screening.
Feeling ill?:
• If a student has ONE symptom of COVID-19 they are required to stay home from school and child-care and get tested for COVID-19 at an Assessment Centre
Health and Safety Measures:
• Masks are now required for students in Grades 1-8. Students in kindergarten are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
• Masks are now required outdoors, during recess
• York Region Public Health is recommending that students wear three-layer masks. Two layer masks are permitted if they are clean and fit appropriately. Please note, vented masks are not permitted.
Entry: We ask that all students use their regular entry doors when coming to school.
Technology Return: All families who have borrowed technology, it must be returned on Wednesday, Feb. 17th. Students are to bring their borrowed technology to their class. The office will call students from their classes to collect technology.
Model Change: As a reminder, for any families that have requested model changes, this change will take effect on March 3rd. Until then, students are expected to maintain in their current model.

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Model Change Deadline

A reminder to families wanting to change their child’s mode of learning that the deadline is Monday, February 8th. Please refer to the emails that you received from the school Board regarding steps to make any changes. If additional assistance is required, please contact the school.

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Progress Report Cards–Booking an Interview

Dear Families,
you are asked to access this link for details regarding Progress Report Cards:

Progress Report Card Interviews Letter 2020

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