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Bulldog Bulletin June 4, 2018

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TE Scott Elementary

7079 -148th Street,

Surrey BC V3S 3E5 

604 596 – 0357

Principal: Susan McCuaig             Vice Principal: Don Chila 

Bear Creek Park Event Friday June 8th –  

Fingers crossed for NO RAIN this year!

This Friday, June 8, all T.E. Scott students will be going to Bear Creek Park for our year-end celebration.  We will be playing in the water park, playing games, and having fun on the playgrounds.  Students in grades 1 thru  7 will have a chance to swim and play in the pool for 30 minute time slot. Students will also be enjoying a picnic lunch, meaning bringing their lunch to the park and eating outside.  All parents are welcome to join us and to help supervise students.  All students will be travelling by school bus to and from the park, a few parents from each class will be asked to help supervise students on the buses and at the park.  All other parents wanting to join us will need to find their own transportation there. Please look for the purple permission notice that was sent home last week.

There is no cost for this field trip. Our generous PAC is paying for this FUN event!  

Thank you to our community for your support throughout the year with our fundraising!

A few things to remember:

  • Make sure your child is dressed for the weather
  • Bring a swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Sunscreen and hat
  • Bring a picnic type lunch
  • Water bottles filled with cool water

Students will be shuttled to and from the park by bus. We will begin leaving the school at 9:00 a.m. Groups will begin departing the park by  1:00 p.m. All students should be back at TE Scott by 2:30pm.

Fingers crossed for sunshine … SUPER FUN! 

From our Sports Desk…

Track and Field season is underway and our athletes have been training hard.  We are thrilled that 58 of our students from grades 3 – 7 will be competing on Wednesday, June 6th at Bear Creek Park for the 44th Annual Barry Morley Memorial Track Meet.  Everyone is welcome to come out and cheer our athletes on.  A huge Thank You to our many staff members who have coached our students and helped them prepare for the BIG DAY!

SPORTS DAY is next week…

Weather permitting, TE Scott’s Sports Day is next Friday, June 15th . Our grade 7 students will be organizing and running the fun events at each station.  PAC will be selling fun foods from their concession stand!   We hope that many of our parents will be able to come and join in the fun!

Band Concert…

Our grade 7 Band has been learning and practicing all year under the direction of our Band Leader: Mr. Daryl Penner.  All 78 students are ready to show off their musical talents.  Please join us for our Spring Band Concert Monday, June 11th  from 6 – 6:30pm.  We are asking for a donation of $5.00 per family.  All monies will go towards our Grade 7 Celebration !

Parent Tea – June 20th 

Thank you parents and grandparents for all the wonderful things you do all year. Following our Recognition Assembly on June 20th,  the staff at TE Scott, would like to invite you to our annual Parent Appreciation Tea. All parents and grandparents are welcome.  Please join us for this special gathering on June 20th at 11:45am  and enjoy some freshly made Chai Tea and sweets.

Library Books… Oh my..

Please return your Library Books next week (June 11 – 15).  Thank you.

Speechfest Stars….

The following students made us proud at our recent Speechfest Finals.  Each one of  these students spoke with confidence using powerful language.  Their topics were engaging, interesting and informative.  Congratulations to all of our finalists.

Harveer Pank               Elder Abuse

Halisha Dhaliwal         The Science of Colour

Jai Sihota                       Global Warming

Jiya Bhardwaj               Stars

Aman Purewal              Being the Youngest

Nishant Thapar             Animal Testing Should be Banned

George Jacob                “Why We Have To Take Action On Climate Change”

Hannah Mani                 Is There Enough Being Done for Children’s Futures?

Gurshawn Batth             Nightmares

Special Thanks to our judges, Ms. Elsie Bertholm, Principal, Bear Creek Elementary and  Mr. Rick Ryan, Deputy Superintendent of Surrey Schools.  I know they had a difficult time making the final decision on awards (because they told me)!  Congratulations to our top 3!

First Place: Gurshawn Batth

Second Place: George Jacob

Third Place:  Hannah Mani

Dates to Remember for JUNE 2018!

  • June 5 – Welcome to Kindergarten – an event for our students starting school in September
  • June 6 – District Track Meet
  • June 8 –  Bear Creek Family Day – pool and waterpark – all families welcome
    • all students and teachers will be transported by bus
  • June 11 –  Grade 7 Band Concert – 6 – 6:30pm.   Everyone welcome!
  • June 15 –  Sports Day – all day fun!
  • June 20 –  Recognition Assembly for grades 4 – 6 … 10:30am
    • followed by Parent Appreciation Tea at 11:45am
  • June 26  – Grade 7 Celebration Assembly  – 9am
  • June 27  – Kindergarten Graduation –  9am
  • June 28  – Year End morning Assembly 10:35am– Safety
  • June 28  – Early Dismissal 1:30pm

Oh my gosh… Thinking about next year already!  

Please read on…

School Fees 2018 – 2019

Each school year, parents support their child(ren)’s formal learning experiences in a wide variety of ways.  We appreciate all that you do to ensure a successful year!

In addition to providing the school supplies itemized on a grade list, parents are periodically asked for monies to cover specific items and/or special events.  No student will be denied the opportunity to participate in any school activity due to the inability to pay.  Please contact the Principal should you require any financial assistance.

As we plan for the upcoming school year, we anticipate the following costs:

Student Planner:  We encourage all students in Grades 1-7 to purchase a School Planner at a cost of $5.00. Included in the planner is our school code of conduct, school calendar and school district information. We find this to be an excellent tool for facilitating home/school communication, as well as for developing our students’ organizational skills.  However, using our school planner is optional as a parent may purchase their own version.

Field Studies and Field Trips:  Classes often enjoy educational visits to community facilities which extend and enhance the curriculum.  While we use school monies or fundraise to cover the costs of such activities wherever possible, there are times when parents are asked to contribute towards the cost of the trip.  If you choose to have your child not participate in a field study, a suitable program will be provided at the school.

Musical Instruments: Our Grade 7 students who  take band either purchase or rent an instrument.  Costs will vary depending on the instrument.

School Supplies:

Parents have the option of purchasing their child’s school supplies on their own utilizing the grade supply list or for your convenience you may wish to purchase supplies as a package through School Start.  Watch for more details coming soon…

School Calendar 2018 – 2019


September 4  –  School Opens  Students in Session 10:00  to 11:00am 

September 18 –  Photo Day

September 21 – Terry Fox Event

September 24 –  Non-Instructional Day – No School for Students

September 28 – Orange Shirt Day

October  4  –  Meet the Teacher/Open House

October 8 –  Thanksgiving Day Holiday

October 15 – 18  Interim Report #1 Week

October 19 –  Non-Instructional Day – No School for Students

November 8 – Remembrance Day Assembly, 10:30 a.m.

November 9 –  Non-Instructional Day – No School for Students

November 12 –  Remembrance Day Holiday

November 20  – Early Dismissal 1:30 – Curriculum Collaboration

December 10 – Formal Report #1

December 13 – Early Dismissal 1:30 p.m. – Parent Teacher Conferences

December 21 – Last Day Before Winter Vacation

December 24 – January 6  – Winter Vacation


January 7 – School Re-opens after Winter Vacation

February 18 – Family Day Holiday

February 22 –  Non-Instructional Day – No School for Students

March 1 – Early Dismissal at 1:30 – Curriculum Collaboration

March 14 –  Report #2

March 16 –  March 31 –   Spring Vacation

April 1 – School Re-Opens

April 8 –  Non Instructional Day – No School for Students

April 19 – Good Friday

April 22 – Easter Monday

April 24 – Interim Report #2 Student Led Conferences

May 3 – Non-instructional Day – No School for Students

May 20 – Victoria Day Holiday

May 27 – Non-Instructional Day – No School for Students

June 27 –  Report #3 Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m. – Parent Teacher Conferences

June 27 – Last Day of School for Students

June 28 –  Administrative Day – No School for Students


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