Jan. 15, 2020
Neilburg Composite School Newsletter
Jan. 19 Hot Dog sale
Jan. 20 SCC Winter Carnival 5-7 pm
Jan. 21 Farm Safety presentations for Elementary students
Jan. 23 Table Mountain Ski Trip forms due
Jan. 24 Subway hot lunch
Jan. 27-30 High School Exam Week
Jan. 31 Semester Turn Around – no classes
Feb. 4 Table Mountain Ski Trip for grades 4-12
Feb. 8 Vex Robotics Competition in Neilburg
Feb. 17-21 Winter Break – no classes
Feb. 24 Classes resume
Please be advised that effective Monday, October 21, 2019, NCS will be locking all exterior doors between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:15 with the exception of the main school doors. Visitors will be required to check in with the school office. We are asking parents to drop off their children at the main doors if they are arriving late. This will bring us in line with best practices and with school division policy.
LOOKING FOR SUPPLIES
The school library could use the following items if you have any that you no longer want or need:
Narrow ribbons, stickers (such as you get free in the mail), cardstock or other heavier paper and pool noodles
Art Show & Auction – Mrs. Kerr-Goodfellow
On Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020 the Fine Arts students in grade 10, 11 & 12 hosted an Art Show & auction. The first hour of the show had each artist showcasing their collection of works with a musical accompaniment by Carson Peters. Thank you for sharing your talent Carson. Each student presented their works with help from the Marsden Hall tablecloths & Tammy Ryan's Western Willow Events planning items. Thank you for your support. The gym had sparkle & bling plus multiple lights and candles. The auction involved 12 different pieces of furniture. Five chairs, a stool, two coal shovels, a small desk, a magazine rack, a wooden briefcase and a large family sized table. Each furniture item was painted & a few of the images were a Welcome chair, A Harry Potter chair, a Jurassic Park coal shovel & an ombre desk. A huge thank you to Wade Worman, Marie Snell and Daryl Goodfellow for their furniture donations. The auctioneer was Mrs. Kerr-Goodfellow & her Ringman was Sid Wells. The auctioneer introduced each artist and then auctioned their item. All totalled the auction raised $1000 for the Final Arts initiatives currently going on in the school. After the auction, there was a social with punch & sweets made by the PAA 9 class. Thank you to everyone that came and supported this event.
LITTLE FREE LIBRARY
We have started a "Little Free Library" at the school. Students may take a book to keep. If they have one that they want to put in its place, that is great, but not required.
Most of the books are geared towards teenagers, but as we get books donated or are culled from the library, it will be filled with all different kinds of books. If you have any books at home that would be suitable and you would like to donate them, we would very much appreciate it.
Due to severe allergies among the students at NCS, the school requires that everyone avoid bringing any items with nut products, eggs that are not baked into an item or animals to the school. Our students' health depends on your cooperation. Thank you.
COLDER WEATHER With the weather turning colder, please ensure that your child is dressed appropriately for outside recess and riding the bus.
Parents PLEASE sign up for SchoolMessenger so that you receive messages from the school. This is the way we communicate important messages. Text to the number 724665 and then reply Yes and you will be set up to receive messages.
STUDENT ABSENCES Parents please notify the school if your child is going to be absent. The school will no longer be using the automated phone call system. Parents will be receiving a phone call if their child is absent. Please call or email the school for all absences. Voice messages can also be left at the school. Call 306-823-4313
You will be notified what student fees are owing if you have signed up for SchoolCash. We encourage parents to pay fees, buy milk cards, yearbooks, etc through SchoolCash. If you are not signed up, you can get instructions on how to do so by calling the school office
Junior Girls Basketball Schedule – Ms. Chammartin Jan. 21 – Practice Jan. 23 – GAME (HOME vs. Maidstone) Jan. 27 – Practice Jan. 28 – Practice Jan. 30 – GAME (Lashburn) **Need Drivers Conferences – TBA (Feb. 3-6) Districts – TBA (Feb. 7/8)
PLEASE let Ms. Chammartin know if you are unable to make a game or practice! Let's support one another and grow together!
SCC Winter Carnival Neilburg Composite School and the School Community Council are hosting a Winter Carnival!!
Date: Monday, January 20th Time: 5-7pm come and go Location: Neilburg School Cost: Free
Bring your Christmas trees to burn, roasting sticks to cook hot dogs, and friends and family for some indoor carnival fun!
***Weather permitting we will cook our hot dogs outside over an open fire. If it is too cold, hotdogs and hot chocolate will be served in the Home Ec. Room.***
***We are looking for Christmas trees and firewood to burn for the fire. You can drop your Christmas trees and donation of firewood off by the bike racks at the school.***
VALENTINE'S GALA – MANITOU PIONEERS MUSEUM
"Classic country, new country and old rock 'n roll! All featured at the upcoming concert by Travis Dolter and the Travis Dolter band on Saturday, February 8, 2020, presented by the Manitou Pioneers Museum. Location: Neilburg Community Hall Time: Cocktails - 5 p.m., Dinner - 6 p.m. (by Coolidge Country Catering),
Concert - 7:30 p.m. In addition to great food and great music there will be a Door Prize, Draws and a Cash Bar to round out the evening. (Must be 19 years or older to attend). Tickets are $50.00 each or buy and reserve a table for $400.00. Tickets available from Marsden or Neilburg Credit Unions or any member
of the Museum."