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French Immersion Registration

Kindergarten Open House

Click here to find out how to download E-Books from the School Library.

Important Links: Click on the links below for:

Student Emergency Action Plan

Administering Medication Form

Registration Form

Use of Electronics Guidelines

Grade 7/8 Homework Board

Pita Pit Form:

Click on the link below to access the Pita Pit order form for February.

Pita Pit February

 

 

Important Dates

2015-2016 School Calendar

Please click on the link below to view this school year's calendar.

2015-2016 School Year Calendar

February 2: Student of the Month Assemblies: Primary 9:05, Junior/Intermediate: 9:45, Pita Pit

February 4th: Grade 5-8 My Life On Line Presentation

February 5th: Report Cards go home/Country Western Day

February 11th: Grade 8 Grad Photos

February 12th: Valentines Celebrations am/ Early Release Day, IEP Updates due home

February 15th: Family Day

February 16th:Pita Pit/French Immersion Registration Closes

February 18th: DSBN Lego Robotics

February 23rd: Parent Information Session for New Health Curriculum 6pm.

February 24th: Pink Shirt Day! Assembly at 11:30.

March 1st: Student of the Month Assemblies: Primary 9:05, Junior/Intermediate: 9:45

March 4th: Family Bingo Night

March 14-18: March Break


 


 


 

 

Welcome to Senator Gibson Public School

 

Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum Presentation:

We will be hosting a parent information session on Tuesday, February 23rd from 6 -7 pm.  at Senator Gibson for the revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum for Grades 1-8.  The purpose of the session is to provide parents with information about changes to the curriculum and how these changes will be implemented at the school.  Our Public Health Nurse will also be in attendance to provide further information. 

 

BINGO NIGHT March 04 2016

Doors open at 5:30, bingo starts at 6

Preorder forms due February 26

Hello friends and families of Senator Gibson Public School

On behalf of the SAC we are asking for your help in making our Second Annual Bingo Night as successful as it was last year. We will once again be doing a Silent Auction and we have already started collecting some fantastic prizes! In addition to this we will also be selling raffle tickets to win some amazing baskets. This year our Bingo Volunteer Committee has decided to theme our baskets by Grades. We are asking for small prize donations that can be used to make up large amazing baskets. Please see below for themes by Grades;

JK/SK – Craft Basket ($ store items such as glue, pipe cleaners, glitter, etc…)
Grade 1 – Seasonal Fun Basket (Frisbees, sidewalk chalk, bubbles, etc…)
Grade 2 – Game Night Basket (family fun games, cards)
Grade 3 – Movie Night Basket (movies, popcorn, snacks, etc…)
Grade 4 – Sports theme Basket
Grade 5 – Chocolate/Candy Basket
Grade 6 – Basket of sunshine ideas ( yellow gum, lemonade, bright things)
Grade 7 – Diva gift basket
Grade 8 – Guy style in a basket

If you are able to contribute to one of these baskets, (or any item that would be suitable for a raffle/silent auction prize) please send in to school with your child. We are asking that donations kindly be brought in by Friday, February 26th. If pick up of larger items is required, we will gladly arrange with you a suitable solution, pleasecontact Bingo coordinator Erin at (289)700-6761.

Thank you so much for your continued support.

Sincerely,

Bingo Volunteer Committee

Senator Gibson SAC

More ways to communicate!!

Senator Gibson now has a Twitter account https://twitter.com/senatorgibson1 as well as our Facebook Page. We are also going to start using Remind 101 app that will text and/or email important messages. Please click on instructions below.

Remind 101

Volunteers Needed!

We are looking for volunteers to donate their time and share new ideas for fundraising so we can continue to make Senator Gibson a great place for our kids to learn and grow.
We are building our volunteer registry now. To join us, please click on the link below and return to the school.

Volunteer Form

Important Message About Anaphylaxis:

There are students who attend our school that suffer from anaphylaxis.  Anaphylaxis is an allergic reaction that affects 2 or more organs, so severe that in some cases it can be life threatening. Its’ onset is so swift that from time of exposure to death can be as short as 15 minutes.

We have children with severe allergies to peanuts, nuts and nut products, shellfish, bananas and eggs. Just touching or smelling one of these allergens can cause a life threatening anaphylactic reaction for students at our school. Prevention is the best approach!  We ask your cooperation in using discretion when sending food to the school.  We also request that you speak to your child about these allergies and about the importance of washing their hands with soap and warm water.

As a staff, in accordance with the parents of these students, we have developed a plan to deal with this situation.  We know that if we work together, we can help to create a safe learning environment for all of our students.  If you have any questions about this request or about anaphylaxis, please call the school office.

On behalf of these students, their parents, and the Senator Gibson Public School staff, we thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Senator Gibson's Mission Statement

The community of Senator Gibson Public School is committed to creating an inclusive environment where students are educated, inspired and challenged to be critical thinkers who contribute in our changing society.

We are pleased to provide an outstanding education at Senator Gibson Public School for our students. Innovative programs that meet the needs of all our students are taught by our dedicated and professional staff who care about your child. Our school provides extra-curricular opportunities that encourage the development of excellence, integrity and respect.

Our Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement and creating an environment where we are working together on our goal of success for every student. We also value the community partnerships and parent involvement which are so crucial to a successful education for our students.

We welcome your input and questions.