Please click the link to our March 31, 2017 Newsletter
- Parent Census
- Nutrition: Snack Program - Parent Survey
- Fundraising for our Yard
- Fun Fair and Ball Hockey Tournament – June 17th – Save the Date!
- Toronto Island School Visit
- Basketball Tournament at Earl Beatty – March 29th
- Autism Awareness Day
- Mental Health and Well-Being Conference
- Earl Beatty Now & Then
- Important Dates
Look for our new newsletter design, coming out in April!
Earl Beatty's - Raffle Hard for our Yard
We are excited to be holding Earl Beatty's Raffle Hard for our Yard. To see the Rules of Play, please click here. To look at the list of fabulous prizes, please click here. We appreciate and value the support of the families and community in the fundraising for our renovated school yard - now so close to becoming a reality!
Earl Beatty Athletics
Thank you to Mr. Rumball, who led our Junior Basketball Team to a great result in the tournament we hosted at Earl Beatty on March 29. Thanks to Mr. Briggs for his support of the team and tournament. Thanks as well to Mme. Lenehan, who is coaching our Senior Girls Volleyball Team. Go Bulldogs go!
Thank you to Neil and Julien for leading the Swim Team - students practiced consistently and produced an excellent effort in improving their strength and endurance. An additional appreciation goes out to Ms. Brown for supporting the team at the swim meet. Well done to everyone involved!
Wednesdays at lunch are busy, with our Intermediate Floor Hockey House League seeing lots of goals scored and some great passing plays along the way. Thanks to Ms. Swire and Neil for leading this initiative.
We are excited that Earl Beatty Public School has been selected by the Toronto District School Board as a school in need of an artificial turf field, after many years of unsuccessful greening improvements. The school is scheduled to be getting a new turf field at the end of this school year (Summer 2017). Thank you to the Yard Committee, led by Zenobia Homavazir, Mike Zavershnik, Tulia Bateman and Jane Brind, for all your incredible work in fundraising to support the vision of this project.
On Friday March 3rd, students from Grades 1 to 8 participated in our Swim-a-thon to raise money for our new schoolyard project. Kindergarten students participated in a Swim-a-thon without water on the same day in the afternoon. Grade 7 and 8 students from Ms. Swire's class led the activities and Grade 3 students in Ms. Gerencser's class acted as team leaders. Students successfully raised $8862.05 for our new schoolyard. Thank you to everyone who pledged a student, Ms. Gerencser and Ms. Swire for organizing the event, and our lifeguards Neil and Julian for supervising on the pool deck throughout the day.
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