March Principal’s Message

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Inspector-Read-A-Lot was kept busy reading to classes and looking for clues. One clue that continued to be prevalent was just how much fun our school community had with I Love to Read Month this year. We enjoyed several guest readers including the Sabres Athletes, Pistons players and our Assistant  Superintendent. At our concluding assembly Corny Rempel brought down the house with his rendition of The Grumpy Monkey, along with the awarding of several reading prizes. A big thank… Read More

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MES Highlights Treats & Treasures!

TREATS & TREASURES SALE will once again be taking place in May. Just a reminder that we will be collecting gently used items to support kids going to school in Africa. MES Learning Partnerships. Something to celebrate! Est. 2011 – continue reading for more information

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Term 2 Report Cards @MES

REPORT CARDS Term 2 reports will be issued this month. Kindergarten Report cards will be available on parent portal on Wed., Mar.11th. Those  not accessing parent portal will receive a printed report card on Thur., Mar.12th which will go home with your child. Kindergarten Parent Teacher meetings will be scheduled by the homeroom Teacher. The Grade 1-4 Report cards will be available on parent portal on Wed., Mar.18th and for those not accessing through the parent portal the printed copies… Read More

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Mitchell Soccer Registration Night

When: March 11 and 18 Where: Mitchell Elementary School entrance Time: 6-7:30 pm Registration fees: $40/child, $30/child if you coach Payments by cheque or cash only. Cheques payable to Mitchell Soccer. Volunteers are needed to make the program work. Please consider coaching. Please see website for Soccer 2020 details: http://mitchellsoccer.blogspot.com  

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2020-2021 Kindergarten Registration

If you have a child or know someone who has a child that will be starting kindergarten in fall, please register online at hsd.ca. If you do not have access to a computer or need assistance, come into the school office and we are happy to help.

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February Vice Principal’s Message

February is “I Love to Read” month. And, while I was reading over the plans and calendar the MES IL2R committee put together I thought, “Hey! I really, really do love reading.” I love reading for pleasure, I love reading to my daughters, and I simply love it that I can read. This little bit of reflecting has got me thinking about other things that I really appreciate. Here are a few:  Recess Buddies Kindness Freedom Volunteers Warm homes Big… Read More

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Family Game Night!

MES FAMILY GAME NIGHT Thursday, January 23 Come and go…6-8 pm In the gym Bring the family to learn and play fun games together to practice math skills. Free game supplies will be given to each family that attends! Opportunity to purchase math games. Snacks will be provided.

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DRESSING FOR THE WEATHER

The cold weather has settled in and in most likelihood will be getting colder. Brrrr! Now is the time to remember to wear toques, mittens, ski pants, etc..

Also, with the wet snow, it can be a good idea to pack extra socks & mittens as students do go out for recess if the temperature/ windchill is –29 or warmer.

INCLEMENT WEATHER

In severe weather conditions, the school division closes the school and stops the buses. An announcement is made on radio stations CHSM (AM1250), CFAM (AM950), CJOB (AM680), 95.1 FM and 96.7 FM between 7 and 8 am., advising parents in such cases, as well as a bulletin on the HSD website.

MES Highlights Dressing for the Weather

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December was filled with concerts and festive activities. MES Christmas Concert was very well attended and we continue to be appreciative of your support. We thank you for coming along side of us as we help our students strive for excellence.

As one year comes to an end, so do some staff tenures. We wish Tamara Banman all the best as her term in grade 2 concludes. Secondly we wish Susan Nickel all the best in her retirement after working more than 20 years for Hanover School Division, most of which has been as the head secretary at MES.

Susan, we thank you for all of your commitment and dedication to our school and community.

With the New Year, comes new beginnings. We welcome back Heidi Newman and we welcome Eddi Konrad as they begin in Grade 2 in January. We also welcome Janette Koop to the office as she takes on the role of head secretary. 

January Principal’s Message

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