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2330 Pacific Way, 
Kamloops, BC, V1S 1Z3 
Phone: (250) 851-0632 Fax: (250) 377-2255
Principal: Mr J. Schmidt
Safe Arrival Phone Number  (250) 434 3067 or email
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    Colder Weather
    by J. Schmidt - Tuesday, 24 November 2015, 3:37 PM

    With the colder temperature and wind it was an inside day today at lunch. Just over eighty K and gr 1 students enjoyed lego time in the media room. Thank you to Mrs Teasdale for helping today.

    Students were outside at recess for a brief sled and some fresh air.

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    Book Fair
    by J. Schmidt - Monday, 19 October 2015, 11:11 AM

    The Scholastic Book Fair is on Oct. 20 - 22 at recess, lunch and after school to 3:30 pm including early closure days.

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    Hot Lunch Registration
    by J. Schmidt - Monday, 21 September 2015, 9:22 AM

    Please make sure to re-register on the hot lunch program

    All students must be re-entered even if they were in the system last year. This program is for ordering lunches, milk, fundraisers, as well as the PAC's parent communication.
    Emails will be sent through the system to keep you informed about PAC activities around the school.

    Hot lunchers are now available for ordering Oct -Dec. Ordering closes Sept 25th (this friday)

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    Raise a Reader
    by J. Schmidt - Monday, 21 September 2015, 7:58 AM

    8th Annual Raise-a-Reader Campaign, in support of literacy!

    On Tuesday morning, September 22nd , remember to put a few extra coins in your pocket for Raise-a-Reader Day happening in Kamloops, Barriere, Chase, Clearwater and Logan Lake.

     More than 150 volunteers will be trading special-edition copies of Kamloops This Week for donations to literacy. 100% of the money collected will stay in the community to help fund local family literacy programs. Volunteers will be visible on city streets, at high pedestrian traffic areas, bus and coffee stops and at these schools: Beattie, Dallas, Lloyd George, Arthur Stevenson, Dufferin, Aberdeen, Pacific Way, and McGowan.

    In Kamloops, the funds raised will support the two literacy groups KELLI (Kamloops Early Language and Literacy Initiative) and LinK (Literacy in Kamloops) that provide many free literacy programs in our community.

     Make a Donation and Make a Difference. Literacy matters!


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    Children's Arts Festival, Sept 18 and 19
    by J. Schmidt - Monday, 14 September 2015, 12:02 PM

    The Kamloops Children's Arts Festival is back for a 16th year, now with an added feature -- a Family Dance & Karaoke Party Friday, Sept. 18. At the Friday event at Riverside Park, children and families can participate in free dance instruction, kid-friendly karaoke, a freestyle dance party and more. 

    Then, on Saturday, Sept. 19, families can participate FREE in the full Kamloops Arts Council's Children's Arts Festival , featuring more than 35 interactive arts activities and performances at the east end of Riverside Park. One special booth will display artwork made through collaboration with grade three students from Lloyd George Elementary and SKSS senior secondary students. 

    This year's festival theme is "Animal Kingdom." On Saturday, children can make their own clay animal toothbrush holder and plate, paint henna on boxes and candles, make a bag using a 1920s handcrank sewing machine, learn to draw animal cartoon characters, go on a storybook walk, learn to dance, and much more. 

    On the Interior Savings Mainstage on Saturday, hosted by B100's Steve Ayres, headliners will include ventriloquist Kellie Haines , interactive characters The Trollsons , magician Clinton W. Gray and Uncle Chris the Clown . Other performers will include the KAC Rivertown Players , Akimbo Dance Studio , and the Kamloops Princesses . 

    For both days, no pre-registration is necessary, and all activities and performances are free of charge. 

    The Children's Arts Festival provides artistic, musical and theatrical activities and performances for children ages 2 to 12. The entire event is FREE for children and their families. 

    This year families will be granted free transit to and from the Saturday event, courtesy of the City of Kamloops. Vouchers will be distributed to elementary schools or can be picked up at the KAC office. 

    Those interested in volunteering for the Festival or who need more information can contact 250.372.7323.


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