The latest edition of the Carrville News can be accessed via the following link:CARRVILLE MILLS NEWS -June 2018
Friday, May 11, 2018
On May 11th, dress in your wackiest, loudest and wildest clothing to raise awareness for children with hearing loss.
- Show your support for children with hearing loss!
- Get creative and take pictures!
- Have fun with your classmates and co-workers!
Dress Loud Day is the first Friday of Speech and Hearing Month. The event is supported by VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children, a national parent organization that helps kids across Canada with hearing loss learn to hear, listen and speak for life.
It’s easy and fun for you to spread the word that kids who are deaf can talk!
With the warm weather finally upon us, it has become very noticeable how full our lost and found has gotten. Please see the attached images to glance at the items being displayed in our front foyer and in the lost and found for the next week. When you do visit the school, please take a moment to check for any items that may belong to your child(ren). Items will be displayed until Monday May 14th
. Any unclaimed items will be bagged and donated to a local charity.
Please note that any items that are labelled have been returned. In future, please take a few minutes to label clothing items worn to school. Any items that are labelled will continue to be returned. Lost and Found Image 3 Lost and Found Lost and Found Image 2
Great News! Our May edition of the Carrville News is now available.
Carrville Mills News- May
Our Eco team has dropped off our bags from the Plastic Bag Grab Challenge at Walmart to be recycled. We were able to collect over 1000 bags! Way to go Coyotes!
April 11, 2018 is the International Day of Pink. On this day individuals were pink to show respect for diversity and to demonstrate support for learning and working environments which are safe and inclusive of people from all different backgrounds. It is a day when communities across Canada and across the world unite to celebrate diversity and raise awareness about the need to promote diversity and all forms of bullying.
To show your support, wear pink on Wednesday April 11th