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Stressful mornings sound familiar? Here’s how to get organized and out the door on time mornings sound familiar? Here’s how to get organized and out the door on time <p>​</p><p>Try these tips to help get the whole family out the door on time:</p><ol><li>Plan ahead: pack lunches and pick out clothes the night before.</li><li>Go to bed at a reasonable hour so you wake up rested and ready for the day. </li><li>Wake up and get yourself ready, before your child. </li><li>Keep the TV and electronics off. These can be disruptive first thing in the morning.  </li><li>Give clear instructions and be realistic about what your child can do for themselves. Praise them when they do something well to help them learn new skills. <br><br>Finally, remember to have patience. Your child learns from watching you! In time your child will learn to plan ahead, be organized, and develop patience too. For more tips, visit <a href=""></a> or <a href=""></a>​</li></ol>
Simcoe Community Services’ Grandparent System support groups Community Services’ Grandparent System support groups<p>​The Grandparent System Support Program (GSSP) was established in response to the increased needs and unique challenges experienced by grandparents with the sole responsibility of raising their grandchildren. Support Groups are available now in Barrie, Bradford, Orillia and Midland with plans for support groups in local communities across Simcoe County. Support groups provide a safe and confidential environment where grandparents can create relationships with others who understand and have lived experiences in similar situations. Grandparents can build on skills, resource share and network to build a community of support. For more information about the support group, meeting dates/times or if you have questions about the GSSP, contact <a href=""></a> or 705-726-9082 x2321. Childminding and transportation assistance may be available.  ​</p>
Ideas for packing healthy school lunches (for elementary schools) for packing healthy school lunches (for elementary schools)<p>​</p><p>A school lunch should give children the energy and nutrients they need to be ready to learn, be more alert and perform better at school. When planning lunches keep these tips in mind:</p><ul style="list-style-type:disc;"><li>Include one serving from at least three of the four food groups from Canada's Food Guide. </li><li>Rather than buying pre-made lunch kits, make your own healthy "lunch kit" with divided containers and small bite-sized cheese cubes, left over chicken chunks, veggie sticks or fruit slices. </li><li>Get your kids to eat more veggies - send cucumber coins, zucchini sticks and pepper strips with dip.</li><li>Fill whole wheat or multigrain wrap/pita/tortilla shells with your child's favourite foods such as hummus and grated carrot or sliced turkey with honey mustard. </li><li>Don't have them drink their fruit - send water instead.  </li></ul><p>For more information to keep you and your family healthy, visit <a href=""></a><span style="text-decoration:underline;"> </span>or call <em>Health Connection </em>at 705-721-7520 or 1-877-721-7520.<br> ​<br></p>
Eye See…Eye Learn program offers free glasses for Junior Kindergarten students See…Eye Learn program offers free glasses for Junior Kindergarten students<p>​The <em>Eye See…Eye Learn</em> program provides comprehensive eye exams by local optometrists to Junior Kindergarten (JK) students.  The eye exams are covered under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) when parents show their child's health card. There is no out-of-pocket cost for the eye exam and if the child requires a pair of glasses, they will receive them free of charge courtesy of a participating optometrist. For more information, visit <a href=""></a>. ​</p>
Register for Before & After School/Child Care at our school (if required) for Before & After School/Child Care at our school (if required)<p>​</p><p>Register now for before and after school programs/childcare. The Before and After School Program is for students in Kindergarten to Grade 6 who need care before and/or after the regular school day hours. The fees are as follows:</p><p><strong>2018-19 Daily Fees</strong><br><strong> </strong>Before and After School Fee:  $20.75<br> Before School Only Fee: $10.50<br> After School Only Fee: $15.25<br> PA day, holiday Fee: $37.75</p><p>Please contact: YMCA (Michelle Revoy @ 705-716-9504) to register your child(ren).</p>
Pay for field trips, lunch days, etc. with SchoolCash Online for field trips, lunch days, etc. with SchoolCash Online<p>​</p><p>We have made it easy for parents to make their school purchases from the convenience of their own home. Whether it's lunch days, field trips or school wear, we have it online for you! Follow these three steps to get started:</p><ol style="list-style-type:decimal;"><li>Go to or visit our school website and click on "Pay Fees"</li><li>Register and add your child to the newly created account</li><li>View and purchase items through bank transfer or credit card<br> <br></li></ol><p>It's safe, fast and convenient. Contact the office with any questions.​</p>
Student dress code dress code<p>​</p><p>Students are expected to respect the guidelines when dressing for school. Our school is a safe space. We work to be equitable and inclusive, and understand that students may choose to express themselves through their clothing choices. Student clothing cannot pose a safety concern or conceal identity. Exceptions are granted to students who wear head coverings or other garments/objects for the purposes of religious observance, medical or sensory needs, or other reasons protected by the Ontario Human Rights Code.</p><p> </p><p>The SCDSB dress code is available in the student agenda and online at <a href=""></a>. If you have questions about the dress code, you can contact the principal or the SCDSB Equity and Inclusion Education Team at 705-728-7570.​</p>



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