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2017-2018 School Calendar

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2017-2018 School Year Calendar


Feb. 8th- Sultans of Swing Gr. 5-8
Feb. 8th - Grade 8 Grad Photos
Feb. 9th – Report cards go home
Feb.1 and 15th-Pita/Sundaes
Feb. 9th and 22nd - Pizza
Feb. 23rd – Lunch Lady
Feb. 16th PA Day – NO School
Feb. 19th- FAMILY DAY – No School
Feb. 27th - SAC Meeting -
Everyone Welcome!
Feb. 28th- Pink Shirt Day


Welcome to Senator Gibson Public School

Dear Senator Gibson Families,

It’s hard to believe February is here already…one month closer to spring We are very excited about all the great things happening at Senator Gibson! A big thank you to our parent volunteers for organizing and supervising our Primary Dance. A fun time was had by all! Our junior and intermediate basketball teams are off to a great season. Our Robotics team is off to Brock to participate in the Robotics Challenge, students are invited to access colouring club, Intermediate Café and intermural activities during fitness breaks, Forest of Reading Club is up and running for our 1-6 students, It Takes a Village Literacy Event (K-8 students), Grade 6 students enjoyed a fabulous day in class learning with Director’s Cut. In addition,this month we are looking forward to celebrating the 100th Day of school, Valentine’s Day and Family Day. A reminder that Term 1 Report Cards will be coming home on February 9th. Please take some time to review teacher comments/next steps with your child and complete page 3 & 4 with your child. Goal setting is an important skill for all students to practice. All parents are invited to communicate with teachers should you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s progress and achievement. Communication between home and school is valued and encouraged Finally, a reminder about our Kiss ‘n Ride procedures. We realize that it can become quite congested during the morning drop off and afternoon pick up. Yard supervision begins at 8:20 a.m. You may wish to consider dropping your child(ren) off earlier than 8:35 a.m. to avoid delays. We will continue to monitor and be visible outside during these times. As always, we welcome your feedback and appreciate your continued support.

Sincerely, Mr. S. Hancox and Mrs. K. Phillips

After School Music Lessons

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Music Lessons 2018


Our Me to We Message...

“Be the Change you want to see in the world!”

Morning Announcements Available On Line!!

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Kiss and Ride and Extra Parking

Please remember that our Kiss and Ride at the front of the school is strictly for pick up and drop off of for families with children accessing Day Care or Kindergarten. It is a designated no parking zone as well as a fire lane. We kindly ask that if you are dropping off students in grades 1-8, that you use the drop off at the side of the building. Students will not be permitted to enter the school through the front doors unless they are arriving after the bell. Should you wish to park your vehicle and walk your child(ren) onto the playground, please use the church parking lot or nearby side streets. Thank you for your cooperation and helping to keep everyone safe.

Bell Times for 2017-18

8:20 a.m. - 8:35 a.m. Outside Duty
8:35 a.m. Entry
8:35 a.m. - 9:25 a.m. Period 1
9:25 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Period 2
10:15 a.m. - 10:55 a.m. Nutrition/Fitness Break
10:55 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Period 3
11:45 a.m. - 12:35 p.m. Period 4
12:35 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Nutrition/Fitness Break
1:15 p.m. – 2:05 p.m. Period 5
2:05 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. Period 6
2:55 p.m. Dismissal
2:55 p.m. - 3:10 p.m. Outside Duty

Please contact the office if you have any questions.

More ways to communicate!!

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

Remind 101


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.