WHAT'S NEW @ MOSCROP
Early Bird Tickets
Early Bird Ticket sales have been EXTENDED TO JANUARY 31. All group sales must be submitted to the office as a LUMP SUM payment of $400 (group of 10) or $250 (group of 5) with consent forms and names of students.
New Information: Each group payment can contain only a maximum of ONE cheque payable to Moscrop Secondary, regardless of amount, and the rest has to be cash. Or payments can be totally cash. Please get a receipt as proof of purchase.
We will do early bird prize draws in February.
The group ticket sales have been so popular that we can say confidently Dry Grad will be a GO!
Support Dry Grad – buy a pound a coffee. For $15 you can purchase a pound of organic, locally roasted coffee. Choose from an assortment of medium, dark and decaf roasts. Be sure to put your name, your child’s name and grade and your phone number on the order form. Forms can be dropped off at Ms. Greenside’s classroom in the basement, Room 116. If she’s not in you are welcome to slip the form with payment under the door. Purchase deadline is January 31. Coffee pick up will be on February 10 during lunch in the school lobby.
Click here for order form:
The Dry Grad Committee
There have been a number of requests to purchase Moscrop wear, so we have re-opened the online store until Feb. 6th. Please check out: store.passionsports.ca/moscrop to see some of the options that are available for everyone. All items will be delivered to the school for pickup.
Sittings are from January 17 – January 27, 2017.
Details for signup under STUDENTS > INFORMATION FOR GRADS
Effective this school year (2016/17), a new interim Ministerial Order on reporting has been put in place to support the redesigned K-9 curriculum. The new Order provides districts with guide lines on communicating student progress, as well as the flexibility needed at a more local level to continue to move ahead with new practices in student reporting.
Boards of Education will continue to provide parents with a minimum of five reports describing students’ school progress. Three of the reports will be formal written reports and two informal reports. Informal reports are an important link between home and school and can take a variety of forms such as telephone calls, student-led conferences, parent-teacher conferences, use of journals, emails, etc. Schools and teachers determine how they will informally communicate with parents.
The updated policy is posted on the Ministry site:
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