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Important information about your child's report card.

Dear families,

Today your children will be bringing home their Term 1 report cards.  This is an excellent time to sit down and have a conversation with your child.  Report cards provide us all with an opportunity to look at strengths and areas for improvement.  Ask your children what they like about school, what they find challenging and where they think they could improve.  This is also the perfect time to set goals with your children and review your expectations for them and their learning.  In particular, pay close attention to the learning skills as these are skills not only for academic success but for success in life.  In your conversation with your children, have them tell you what they would really like to work on in Term 2 and ask how you could possibly help them.  If you have any questions or are looking for further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to the classroom teacher- working with our families to achieve the continued success of our students is very important to us.


On the topic of setting goals…

Since we have returned from the Christmas holidays, we have noticed a significant increase in the number of students arriving late to school.  Our learning day begins at 8:45 a.m..  We do ring a bell a few minutes early in order to allow time for all students to get inside and settled in their classes for 8:45 a.m..  At this time, we are asking for parents/guardians to set a goal of working to get their children to school for our 8:45 a.m. start time.  Students who arrive to school late are causing disruptions for the class and more importantly, are missing key instruction in the areas of math and literacy.  Thank you for helping us to work towards the continued academic success of our students.  If there is anything we can do to help you in this area please reach out to the school. 


Thank you for your continued support,


The Staff of St. Patrick’s School