Principal’s report – June 11th

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Principal’s report / Ms. Lawson

New Information Items:

Kindergarten Student Ambassadors

Lynnmour Kindergarten students hosted 3 successful afternoons with next year’s Lil Cubs.

Our Kindergarten students took their role seriously and were wonderful ambassadors. A big thank you to Ms. Harrington for welcoming the preschool children into her class so warmly and planning three hours of fun and engaging activities. Parents were invited to attend 3 workshops while their cubs were busy having fun in the Kindergarten class. Parents learned about literacy with Ms. Lawson, health with VCH nurse Lisa Hogan, and numeracy with our Family of Schools Leader, Shannon Sharp.


Fun Day

… was VERY exciting this year with our surprise guest, a juvenile black bear, who was spotted wandering along the forest trails behind the back field. Children and families were brought inside to continue Fun Day in the gym, and again, the following Tuesday. It was a ‘double’ Fun Day! Our staff thanks our community partners ( the RCMP and Conservation Officer Lonnie Schoenthal ) who kept everyone safe. A big thank you to the PAC who provided everyone with a pizza and fresh fruit lunch.


School Wide Write

Teachers had the opportunity to look carefully at student writing samples from K – 7 on May 30. We meet again in September when a small group will talk about strengthening the writing skills our students need most.


Primary Music Festival

Mr. Turco took several students to the Education Service Centre June 1. The students enjoyed their day and as always, the music teachers had the chance to collaborate and share ideas with one another.


Track and Field

We congratulate Bella C. in Grade 7 who placed second in the 100 metre race and Araz T. in Grade 6 who placed third in shot put at Swanguard, June 5.



A round of applause for Mr. Yuan who organized a badminton competition and after school classes for our students.


WE Walk 4 Water

Over a hundred students participated in this fundraiser organized by Ms. Schafer. Students not only learned how fortunate we are to have an abundance of clean, fresh drinking water in our community, but also how important it is to support others less fortunate.


Teacher Appreciation Luncheon

THANK YOU! Lynnmour staff enjoyed this delicious lunch and we so appreciate the kindness and thoughtfulness behind this wonderful gesture. Special kudos to Hecel!


Looking Ahead

Skw’ une-was Program

Grade 3 students will be at the ‘Big House’ leave this week. The Grade 3 teachers and students look forward to this opportunity exploring aboriginal teachings and knowledge.



School Presentation

K BAM presents the Walrus this Thursday, June 14 in the gym. Students will learn about the music of the Beatles. All you need is LOVE…what could be better?


Band and String Concert

Wednesday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m. at Windsor Secondary School. Thank you to Mr. Roumeliotis for preparing an evening of music for families.


National Indigenous Peoples Day

We have planned a day of Red River jig dancing and bannock. Stay tuned for the date.


Year End Slide Show and Awards Ceremony

This whole school event occurs this Friday, June 15 at 1:00 p.m.


Lynnmour Grade 7 Farewell Ceremony

The Farewell Ceremony is June 27 at 1:15 p.m.


Report Cards

Report cards will be published online Tuesday, June 26.


School Based Pro Days for 2018/19 school year:

September 21

February 15

June 27

Last Full Day

June 27 is the last full day students will be in session.



Lynnmour’s School Handbook and Code of Conduct


Be Respectful

Be Safe

Be Positive

Be the Best You Can Be


A copy of the 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

There are two school goals for Lynnmour Elementary:

To improve the Communication Competency of students in K – 7.

To improve the Personal and Social Emotional Competency in students K – 7.

Lynnmour staff continues to work tirelessly to improve student success rates in reading and writing, and, as evidenced by Ms. Schafer’s grade 6/7 class, to increase awareness of socially responsible behaviours and their role in society.

For the complete copy of Lynnmour’s School Plan 2017-2018, please go to our website.