Another successful event at Tabusintac Community School! We may not have a large population, but we do things in a big way. Thank you to all the students and their family members for coming out and enjoying the activities.
As indicated in the message sent home via telephone yesterday, our trip to the local farm on Friday, April 20th to see the newborn lambs has been postponed until May 11th. The poor weather conditions have made the lane we will travel on too messy. Conditions in a few weeks will be better AND the lambs will be a little older and much more fun to observe. A note will be sent home the week of the 11th of May to remind students to wear appropriate footwear and old clothing.
Please be advised that there will be an order form for hot lunches on Wednesdays sent home at the beginning of each month. These are to be filled out and returned to the school with prepaid money included. Please note that milk and pizza are not included on these forms as they are separate. The volunteers who come to serve the students their lunch need to have accurate numbers and for this reason if you do not send in the order form by the due date specified your child cannot order hot lunch. Thank you for your cooperation!
This is just a reminder to students that we will be treating them to some pancakes on the morning of Friday, December 22nd. Don't forget it's also pj day. We have a half day of school and will still be having recess, so don't forget to bring your snack. Busses will be leaving the school at 11:30am. See you tomorrow!
To say our show was a success would be a huge understatement. Parents, family members, friends, students and staff witnessed a grand display of Christmas Spirit at the highest level. With only a few technical glitches, our students showed their resourcefulness and professionalism while they took the audience on a journey of what Christmas is really all about...being present!
Thank you to all of the parents, family members and friends who attended. We were happy to see so many of you today - so many that we totally underestimated the number of chairs we would need...