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    Tour de Rock Fundraising
    by Steve MacGregor - Friday, 20 July 2018, 2:31 PM
     

    Hello all,

    This summer and into September, our Deep Cove school-community is fundraising in support of Tour de Rock.  It is likely that the Tour will be making a visit to our school in the fall and we hope to be able to present them with our community's donation to members of the team at that time.  Money raised through this initiative goes to fund cancer research and support programs.

    You can donate to the Deep Cove's page by clicking this link and following the steps described there.

    Thanks for considering supporting this program.

     
    Steve
    A Safe and Happy Summer to All!
    by Steve MacGregor - Thursday, 28 June 2018, 1:25 PM
     

    Thank you Deep Cove learning community for your parts in another great year!  Looking forward to starting the next one on September 4th.  Have a safe and wonderful summer!

     
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    Year End Assembly, 9:30 Tomorrow
    by Steve MacGregor - Wednesday, 27 June 2018, 4:00 PM
     

    A friendly reminder that our Year End Assembly is tomorrow morning at 9:30 and parents and community members are certainly welcome.

     
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    Education Grant Money and CPF Update
    by Steve MacGregor - Friday, 22 June 2018, 1:35 PM
     

    A couple of notes to share:

    RESP Grant Opportunity
    Some parents may be able to apply for a $1200 RESP grant for their child.  The deadline for application is mid-August.  Please click here to go to the provincial government page for more information.


    CPF Update from Sandra Arthur

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    Updates for June 19th.
    by Steve MacGregor - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 11:36 AM
     

    A few odds and ends to share about today:

    • The kids and staff did a great job with this morning's lockdown drill.  Members of the RCMP, including School Liaison Officer Cst. de Pass supervised the drill and were impressed by how the group performed.
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