MILLWOOD JUNIOR SCHOOL -- Grade 5 Awards
Academic Awards -- Mike Wills and Vinay Groodoyal
English Emma Basic French Lauren Riha
P1 Dejan Nikolic P2 Antonija Jakova Room 21 Chelsea Moore
TDSB Schools On The Move Athlete Award -- James Fisher
Male Connor Hillis Female Taylor Chira
Citizenship Award -- Chris Minifie
Principal's Award for Leadership -- Greg Freeman
Expressive Arts Award -- Leanne Slempers and Stephanie Kribs
Carly Wawrow Ashtar Esmander
Most Improved Student Award -- Lovenia Gorman and Tatiana Carapet
English Alex Ceho French Stefan Prica
Please note - the following is a reminder to review safety procedures with your child at the beginning of the summer.
On Thursday, June 26th, 2014 at about 9 AM in the area of Millwood Junior School, a male was observed in the area
who spoke with a female student who attends the school. There was no criminal offence committed in this matter, nor does there appear to any cause for concern, but this male had not been identified so it is unknown whether or not he had legitimate business in the area.
Description of the unknown male:
Male brown, possibly East Indian, 20-30 years old, possibly speaks with an accent, has a lazy eye and a ‘soul patch.’ The male had a thin build, and was about 6 feet tall.
Parents and children are reminded to be vigilant of unknown persons in the area of the school, and to notify school authorities or Police of any suspicious persons in the area. This male may be a parent or a local resident, but no conclusions can be inferred until this person is identified. And again, if this person is known to you, or if there are other incidents, please report them to school authorities or Police.
Meet and Greet - Mr. Pinkney
Mr. Pinkney, the incoming Principal for Millwood Junior School next year, is going to be visiing Millwood on Wednesday afternoon. Come and join us from 3:00 - 3:30 PM in the Millwood lobby to meet and to introduce yourself to Mr. Pinkney.
Last Trip Through Junglesports
Gr 1 + 2's Enjoying Jungle Sports
JUNGLE SPORT CONSENT FORM - April 28 - May 2
SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING - Thurs, Apr 24th 6:00 - 7:00
Gr 2/3 Spring Fling - 7:00 - 8:00 - in Gym
EARTH DAY - Tuesday, April 22 - Community Clean Up
International Day of Pink
As you can see, Millwood was bathed in a Sea of Pink to mark International Day of Pink - brought about to eradicate bullying in schools. What an important message Millwood.
April 6 - 12 - National Volunteer Week
I would like to take this opportunity to formally recognize and thank all the volunteers in the Millwood Community who have been very giving of their time in supporting the Millwood students and the teachers and the programs in place here at Millwood. We are all here to work together for one common goal - to enrich the lives of students.
Usually at this time of year our focus turns to our enrolment for next year as we consider setting up our school organization. Because of the Ministry Cap Size on classes, we must be as accurate as possible as to who will be here in September. If you are planning a move over the summer or think you might not be here in September, please advise the office in writing so we can plan accordingly.
Edge Studio Day - Tuesday, April 8th
Day of Pink - April 9th
There will be a series of announcements about the importance of our ANTI-BULLYING messages in relation to the Day of Pink and also to encourage students to wear pink on April 9th to stand up against Bullying