Admin Report October 23rd

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New information items:

Terry Fox Run:

Thank you to Mrs. Jensen and Ms. Meule for coordinating this year’s Terry fox Run. We raised over $400 for Cancer Research! Lynnmour students and their families are continuing to keep Terry’s dream alive! Congratulations to all runners and thank you for your generous donations!

Indigenizing our curriculum

With Ms. Meule’s Aboriginal Education leadership, we have been very fortunate as we build a collection of resources that support our Language Arts programs. Recently, many of the primary classes have been using picture book and story resources through Strong Nation. Raven Helper’s is one example that students are able to read “in character” to an aboriginal puppet.

Great Shake Out BC!

We conducted our first Earthquake Preparedness Drill on Thursday, October 19th. Performing emergency drills and reviewing school emergency plans are important and necessary steps in becoming as prepared as possible for an emergency situation.

This is also a good opportunity to talk about being prepared for an emergency at home. The North Shore Emergency Management Office encourages everyone to create a family emergency plan and stock and maintain a basic home emergency kit. Supply lists for a basic home emergency kit can be found at

Remembrance Day Assembly

Our assembly will be held on Friday, November 10, 2017 at 10:30 am. Please feel free to join us! The Choir will be performing and Mr. Bligh has been invited back to play the trumpet.

FSA Assessments

Students in grades 4 and 7 have just completed the Ministry of Education’s Foundation Skills Assessments. These assessments focused on reading, writing and numeracy skills. Results will be available just prior to Christmas.  click for FSA info

Middle Years Survey

We invite your child to take part in a study aimed at gathering important information about the health and well-being of 4th and 7th grade children inside and outside of the school. Specifically, the Middle Years Development Instrument (MDI) is an online survey that students complete in schools in November/December. This study is led by researchers at the Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) at the University of British Columbia and is sponsored by NVSD44, The United Way of the Lower Mainland and by the Government of BC. For more information, visit:

Standing Information Items:

Lynnmour’s School Handbook and Code of Conduct

A copy of handbook and Code of Conduct is available on our website. A condensed version is located in the front of the student agendas.

Lynnmour School Plan

Our goals were new as of last year, and as such, will remain in place for the next school year, with some minor additions.  For the complete copy of Lynnmour’s School Plan 2017-2018, please go to our website.

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