Revised Teacher Book Fair Wish List

 

 

Mrs. Scott                                                                                                                                                                                         

The dot $5.00

My favourite Book in the Whole World $8.00

Think Big $8.00

You Are Enough $8.00

No Help Wanted $7.50

Pete the Cat and the Super Cool Science Fair $6.00

Friends for Real $15.00

I Got School Spirit $8.00

Pete the Cats Trip to the Supermarket $6.00

 

Miss Nowak                                                                                                   

Pete the Cat’s 12 Groovy Days of Christmas $15.00

The Good Egg $8.00

You are Enough $8.00

The Bad Seed $7.00

No Help Wanted $7.50

 

Mrs. Venditti

I Got the Christmas Spirit $7.00

Any Bad Guy Book $9.00

Any Upside Down Magic Book $9.00

I Survived $14.00

Wild Fire $8.00

Stand on the Sky $13.00

 

 

Mrs. Szukits

Fast Friends $9.00

Meet Terry Fox $9.00

All About Rocks $15.00

Rock On-Unearth Natural Treasures $12.00

Rock On! Crystals and Geodes $14.00

Math Hacks 2 $15.00

Brady Brady and the Santa Search $7.00

Go Away, Unicorn $7.00

The Good Egg $8.00

You Are Enough $8.00

 

Mrs. Deignan                                                                                            

Illegal $13.00

The Buried $13.00

The Light in Hidden Places $12.00

Allies $13.00

Ground Zero $15.00

 

Mrs. Sartoretto                                                                                      

Out of Hiding $8.00

Illegal $13.00

Show me a Sign $10.00

Vacancy $10.00

The Buried $13.00

Blended $8.00

Grenade $12.00

Stand on the Sky $13.00

Deep Fake $14.00

Wild River $10.00

 

Mrs. Gorman                                                                                          

Owl Diaries Eva’s Campfire $7.00

Owl Diaries Trip to the Pumpkin Farm $7.00

Unicorn Diaries Bo and the Brave $7.00

Diary of a Pug $7.00

Press Start Robo Rabbit $7.00

Press Start Super Rabbit $7.00

Except When They Don’t $8.00

 

Mrs. D’Silva                                                                                             

Meet Terry Fox $9.00

Extreme Animal Rumble $14.00

Thea Stilton $11.00

Wings of Fire $15.00

Last of the Emperor $10.00

Nat Geo Almana $18.00

Math Hacks $15.00

 

Mrs. Evans

Yasmin- The Builder $5.00

Yasmin-The Superhero $5.00

Owl Diaries-Eva Sleepover $7.00

Owl Diaries-Eva’s Campfire $7.00

Press Start-Robo Rabbit $7.00

Kung Pow Chicken $8.00

Hot Dog $8.00

Bad Guys-The One $9.00

Bad Food-Game of Scones $9.00

Fly Guy Big Family $7.50

 

Mrs. DiGravio

Think Big $8.00

Peppa is Kind $7.00

The Good Egg $8.00

Macca the Alpaca $7.00

The Dot $5.00

Friends for Real $15.00

Change Sings $25.00

 

Miss. Manuel

Boy $9.00

Think Big $8.00

You Are Enough $8.00

Friends for Real $15.00

Oliver Bounces Back $9.00

Except When They Don’t $8.00

 

Mrs. Zimmerman

Don’t Call Me Bear $8.00

Fast Friends $9.00

No Help Wanted $7.50

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Big Shot $13.00

Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Deep End $13.00

 

Mrs. Marchant

Stranger Things $20.00

Wild River $10.00

Into the Clouds $9.00

This Book is Anti-Racist $10.00

Blended $8.00

 

Mr. Hewitt

New Kid $15.00

This Book is Anti-Racist $10.00

Fake $10.00

Vacancy $10.00

A Good Kind of Trouble $9.00

 

Mrs. Porto

Bloop $8.00

Thank You Mr. Panda $7.00

Super Buns $8.00

Waiting Is Not Easy $8.00

A Big Guy Took My Ball $7.00

Deck the Halls $7.50

I Got the Christmas Spirit $7.00

 

 Mrs. Areias

Diary of a wimpy Kid $13.00

Last Gate of the Emperor $10.00

Hockey Super Six $9.00

Meet Terry Fox $9.00

Change Sings $25.00

I Survived the Titanic $14.00

 

 Mrs. Gibbons

  Diary of a Wimpy Kid $13.00

  Hockey Super Six $9.00

Dog Man $12.50

Tom Gates School Trip $10

Who Would Win? $14.00

Weird but True-Canada $11.50

 

School Vaccine Program Update – Letter from Public Health

December 7, 2021

 

Dear Parent/Legal Guardian

RE:  School Vaccine Program Update

Since restarting the school vaccination program on November 1, 2021, Public Health has provided over 3200 vaccinations to over 1280 students.  These vaccines are normally provided in each school but, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, are now being offered at Public Health offices in Waterloo and Cambridge.

If your child is in Grade 7, 8 or 9 during the 2021/2022 school year, they are eligible to receive their school program vaccines or complete the series if they have already started them.  Appointments are now available at 99 Regina Street South, Waterloo and 99 Beechwood Road, Cambridge.

If you have previously declined these immunizations or have a legal exemption on file at Public Health, please disregard this letter.

Typically, each school year, Grade 7 students have an opportunity to receive the following three vaccines in school-based clinics.  Please note that meningococcal ACYW-135 vaccine is required for school attendance under the Immunization of School Pupils Act (ISPA).  Although the Immunization of School Pupils Act has not been enforced during the COVID-19 pandemic, students’ immunization records will be reviewed in the future for vaccines required by the Act.

  • Hepatitis B (2 dose series)
  • Meningococcal ACYW-135 (Menactra®) (1 dose)_
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) (Gardasil®-9) (2 dose series)

Please note that Hepatitis B and HPV vaccines require 2 doses to fully protect against these diseases.  Menactra® is provided as a one-time dose and a second dose is not required to complete vaccination.  Some children may have already received a meningococcal vaccine prior to age 12 (usually at 1 year of age).  The grade 7 immunization with Menactra® is still recommended to provide protection against strains not included in the earlier vaccine.

Next Steps:

If you wish to have your student complete these vaccinations, please do the following:

  1. Ensure your students’ vaccination records are up to date:
  • Before booking an appointment, ensure that all vaccinations received from your health care provider or other vaccination clinics have been reported to Public Health
  • Parents/students can access immunization records and submit immunization information via ICON (https://bit.ly/3v9rwPT) or by calling 519-575-4400 5001 (Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm)
  • Your student’s Health Card Number is needed to view their immunization record
  1. Book your students’ vaccination appointment:

Vaccine Exemptions (For Meningococcal Vaccine Only):

  • You may decide for medical, religious or philosophical reasons not to immunize your child. In this case your will need to provide a written vaccine exemption for Meningococcal vaccine, one of the vaccines required for attendance at school
  • For medical exemptions, a legal Statement of Medical Exemption must be forwarded to Public Health. Please call 519-575-4400  5001 if you wish to submit a Statement of Medical Exemption
  • Public Health is not currently processing non-medical vaccine exemptions (statements of conscience). Additional information will be communicated to parents once the non-medical exemption process has been restarted

**Note:  Public Health does not issue COVID-19 vaccine exemptions.  Please contact your family physician, pharmacist, allergist or nurse practitioner if you require written documentation.

If you have questions about the School Vaccine Program catch-up process, please call 519-575-4400 ext. 5001.

Sincerely,

Kristy Wright, RN BScN

Manager, Vaccine Preventable Disease Program

Region of Waterloo Public Health

99 Regina Street South, Waterloo, N2J 4V3

519-575-4400

Book Fair 2021

Book Fair 2021 

Monday, December 6th Preview Day! 

Tuesday-Friday Purchasing! 

 

That time of year has come again, BOOK FAIR!!!! This year the Book fair will be in person again, unfortunately we are still not able to have the parents shopping evening like we have had in previous years. 

Each class will get a chance to visit the library for their preview, they will write out their wish list and bring it home. There will be a scheduled time for your child’s class to return to the library to purchase their items.  

This year again there will be a wish list for your child’s classroom put together by their teacher to help build their classroom library.  

I will be taking email orders if you would like to purchase some Christmas gifts for your child but don’t want them to know. You can just email me the order and I will fill it and then contact you when it is done, and we can arrange a time for pick up. Also, if you would like to purchase a book from your child’s teachers list, please email me so that we don’t get duplicates.  

All proceeds from book purchases will go directly back into your child’s school library.  

Did you know, 94% of children agree that their favourite books are the ones they picked out themselves! 

Thanks, and happy shopping!! 

Kim Bowdring 

Library Technician 

St Elizabeth School 

 

Kim.bowdring@wcdsb.ca 

Bible Celebration

Congratulations to our Grade 4 and 5 students who each received their Bible in a special celebration today. Many thanks to Father Ed Henhoeffer for blessing and presenting the Bibles, and to all staff who organized this joyous event.

School Vaccine Clinics: Dates, Times and Locations

After-school vaccination clinics (4-8 p.m.)

  • December 2: St. Peter Catholic Elementary School, 92 Avenue Road, Cambridge
  • December 9 & 14: Wilson Avenue Public School, 221 Wilson Avenue, Kitchener
  • December 15 & 16: Sunnyside Public School, 1042 Weber Street East, Kitchener

 

Full-day school vaccination clinics (9:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.)

  • December 4: Queensmount Public School, 21 Westmount Road, Kitchener
  • December 19 & 20: St. Bernadette Catholic School, 245 Lorne Avenue, Kitchener
  • December 21 & 22: St. Anne Catholic School, 127 Elgin St. N., Cambridge
  • December 23: Linwood Public School, 50 Pine Street, Linwood

Please check the Region of Waterloo website for other opportunities to get the COVID-19 vaccine in the community: regionofwaterloo/GetaVaccine.

 

Vaccine Information Session for Parents/Guardians of Children (5-11)

IMPORTANT!! Vaccine Information Session for Parents/Guardians of Children (5-11)

Vaccine Information Session for Parents/Guardians of Children (5-11)

Presenter: Dr. Kelly Grindrod, Associate Professor from the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy

Date: December 2, 2021

Time: 7- 8:30 p.m.

Zoom Meeting Link

There will be an opportunity to ask questions following the presentation.


Vaccines are an important tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and allow families to safely resume normal activities.

Although children and youth are less likely to get very sick from COVID-19 they can still:

  • Get sick from COVID-19
  • Be infected and not have any symptoms
  • Spread COVID-19 to others
  • Experience longer-term effects if they do get infected

COVID-19 vaccines authorized by Health Canada are safe, reliable, and can help protect you, your family, and our community from COVID-19. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines.

This webpage will be updated when additional information about COVID-19 vaccines for children becomes available.

Can my child get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Children born in 2016 or earlier are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. Find information about how to get a vaccine.

A Parent’s Guide to Vaccination (available in 13 languages)

Anti-Bullying Awareness Week at St. Elizabeth School

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday  Thursday
Theme: Building a Culture of Kindness Theme: Building a Culture of Peace 

Wear Pink today!

Theme: Building a Culture of Understanding Theme: Building a Culture of Affirmation & Empowerment 
Do something kind for someone else for no reason. 

  • How do we build a culture of kindness in our buildings and communities? 
  • What are we doing well?   
  • Where can we be better? 
  • What does kindness sound like and look like in our space?  
Put bullying to rest.  

  • How do we take power away from the bully?  
  • What is the difference between an upstander and a bystander?  
  • Is it easy to be an upstander? 
Let’s learn to walk in someone else’s shoes  

  • How often do you consider what other people are thinking, what they feel or what they might be going through?  
  • How does this affect the way you treat other people?
Show that you have someone’s back  

  • What does a good friend act like? 
  • How can you help someone who is being bullied?
  • What should you do if you see someone being excluded?
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