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3S January 31, 2018

Dear 3S parents,

Another exciting week of learning as tomorrow we have a guest author coming to visit the Grade 3-6 classes.  He is the writer of the "And Then it Happened..." series.  They are very funny and entertaining books containing several short stories.  In my experience, kids of this age love his stories!  Parents are welcome to attend at 1:00 o'clock tomorrow.  You can read sample stories online if you log onto www.boysbookshelf.com

These books are excellent for reluctant readers. Each books has several funny stories that can be read in less than 5 minutes each.  Students will have the opportunity to purchase signed books at the presentation for the special price of $5.00 each incl. GST, or the entire collection of 13 books for $40.00 incl. GST. Please blog about this. Please make cheques payable to Books for Boys Inc. or bring cash. 

Welcome to the WESTMOUNT SCHOOL READ-A-THON!

In order to raise money for our school, we are asking you to seek pledges for all of your reading efforts for the month of February.  Along the way, you can also collect Calgary Flames Trading Cards!  
BIG PRIZES FOR THE TOP FUNDRAISERS in Div 1, 2 and 3!
You could win TWO Calgary FLAMES TICKETS!
OR
You could win LUNCH and SOME PRINCIPAL FUN with MRS. GLAICAR!
OR
You could win LUNCH and SOME VICE-PRINCIPAL FUN with the MS. SWANSON!
OR
You could win $200 in Gift cards to YOUR CHOICE OF VENUE!
And K-6 kids: Have you ever wished you could tell the teacher what the class will do?  Top Classroom fundraiser wins: TEACHER FOR THE AFTERNOON!!!!!!
GET READING AND START FUNDRAISING!  All pledges and forms are due back to your classroom teacher on MONDAY, MARCH 5. (Any late submissions will unfortunately not be part of the fundraising prizes)
**Please check your pledge forms that students are bringing home today for for further details***


Please see the letter coming home about our Social Studies and provide a written letter if you wish your child not to participate in learning about other countries and their customs and traditions.

Mrs. Epp