Highlights of the Week: May 27 - June 2


- If you haven't already done so, please ensure that all walkathon monies is submitted to the school by tomorrow (Monday) as we have our final assembly on Tuesday.
- Tickets for Spring Salad Night are available from the school office.  We need to know numbers by THURSDAY at the very latest.  Call the school to reserve yours ASAP.
-  Deadline for Summer Camp registration is this Friday (May 31st) $50/child
- Brown envelopes (June highlights and calendar) will be sent home this week

Gr 6 & 7 participate in YMCA Safety Course (in-house)
Grade 6 HEP B immunizations
Robotics Club
Ladies Boot Camp 5:45 - 6:45 pm 

Hot Lunch - Pizza
Track Practice after school (note:  there will be no more Thursday practices)
Walkathon Assembly @ 2:10 pm

Mass (Gr 2,3,5 and 7)
Grade 4 & 6 to Peter Pan
Parking Fundraiser @ Heritage Park - thank you to those parents who volunteered to help with this.

Staff will be attending Mr. Mills' funeral in Langley
Set up for Ladies Spring Salad Evening

Freezie Friday - all freezies sold for $1 each
Ladies Spring Salad Evening

To raise money for their sponsored children, the Kids Who Can will be selling Krispy Kream donuts at Canadian Tire.  Approx. time of sale 10 am - 2 pm.  Price is $10/dozen or $1 per donut.  Pre-orders accepted! Contact Mrs. Olivares @ rolivares@saintmarysschool.ca

School Mass at 9:30 am (school choir will be singing).  We hope many of our school families will attend this Mass.
Avery and Amber Roberts

A for Athletes R for rewarding teams everywhere!

Avery and Amber have played every sport St. Mary’s has. Not only do they excel at sports they have worked hard at being good Catholics. They were baptized this year at Saint Mary’s church, with Father Wilfred baptizing them.

When they moved over to St. Mary’s they were scared but soon blossomed into the young people they are today, with the help of the teachers, coaches, principal, admin staff, and priests. The saying is 'it takes a village to raise a child' and with twins it is double true.

 Avery and Amber also embrace their First Nations culture and have both completed a ceremony to receive their cultural names. They worked hard on making give aways.

These children are fast learners when taught new skills. They were taught by their friend at school how to finger weave and they made a whole bunch of headbands.

They are also actors and have done some shows for Hollywood movies and TV commercials.

They play soccer for Seabird Island U10 they have come in 2nd and 3rd in two tournaments. Amber has won Allstar twice now and Avery won last week. To receive an all star, other teams have to put your name forward. To win out of the 100’s of children playing is a huge accomplishment.  Watch out for these two. Future Looks Bright. 

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