Brentwood this Week November 5/18
Posted on November 5th, 2018
Monday, November 5th, 2018 -
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 -
Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 - Early Dismissal
Thursday, November 8th,2018 -
Friday, November 9th, 2018 - Running Club, Remembrance Day Ceremony
*November 12th – 16th – November Fall Break – No School
*Please visit website for more details.
On Friday, November 9 at 10:45 am Brentwood School will be holding a Remembrance Day assembly. We encourage all students to dress their best for this assembly, as well, students who are part of Sparks, Brownies, Girl Guides, Scouts or Cadets are encouraged to wear their uniforms that day. Donations for poppies will be accepted throughout the week and poppies will be given to all children the morning before the assembly. All families and community members are welcome to attend.
PowerSchool & Fees are now DUE.
School fee information for the 2018-19 school year is posted on the PowerSchool Parent Portal. All fees are due within 30 days of being posted. To access your fee information, simply log in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal and go to “Student Fees.” There you can view your fees and pay them online using Visa, MasterCard or INTERAC Online—when available from your financial institution.
Don’t forget to also log in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal regularly throughout the year. Fees are often added to your child’s account to cover the cost of various school activities such as field trips, class projects, athletic-team fees and more.
Running club fees have been added to your PowerSchool Portal.
Winter Clothing Drive
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Morning frosts (and snow J)are upon us, which means that winter is quickly approaching and we need to remember that there are people who lack the basic clothing needed to survive our Alberta winter. With this in mind, the students in Mr. Smith’s grade 6 class will be spearheading the 11th ANNUAL used clothing drive in support of the Bissell center. We do not want you to go out and buy anything nor are we requesting any financial donations. We simply ask that if you come across gently used, clean winter clothing that you no longer need, that you send it to the school with your child. Coats, toques, mittens, gloves, scarves, boots, sweaters and ski pants are some examples of the clothing you could bring in. Near the middle of December, the clothing will be taken to the Bissell center where it will be distributed to those families in need. What may seem like an old useless scarf to us may be very special to someone else. This is truly a situation where every little bit helps.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at the school.
Thank you and have a safe and happy winter season. Jordan Smith Jordan.firstname.lastname@example.org