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Parkdale C.I. News

Thursday April 10th, 2014
Parent/Student/Teacher Interviews

Class Schedule
P1: 8:35-9:27 a.m.
P2: 9:36-0:28 a.m.
P3: 10:31-11:23 a.m.
P4: 11:26-12:18 p.m. 

Interviews
1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
6 - 8 p.m.

PARKDALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE STUDENTS, STAFF AND ALUMNI PRESENT:
P.C.I.'S 125TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATING OURSELVES: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
MAY 2, 3, 4, 2014

 
Evening of Friday May 2nd ~ P.C.I. Open House ~ Student Performances ~ Decade Rooms
Saturday May 3rd ~ P.C.I. Open House ~ Sporting Events ~ Decade Rooms ~ Alumni Dinner /Dance at the Liberty Grand

For Alumni registration and ticket information please visit : http://association.parkdalecialumni.com/
Please view student videos on YouTube.ca under "Parkdale C.I. 125th".

STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER INFORMATION!!!



January 31, 2014

Dear Parent/Guardian

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that the daily schedules at Parkdale CI have been revised effective January 31, 2014, the start of Semester 2 to meet with Ministry of Education course requirements.

The new school day schedules reflect the following:

• school day begins at 8:35 am (no change)

• all Wednesdays are regular start days (no late start)

• February 25, March 25, April 29 and May 27 are early dismissal days, dismissal at 2:18 pm, for purposes of staff meetings

• lunch break is 70 minutes (no change)

• regular school day ends at 2:58 pm

For your information, please see the detailed school day schedules. DAILY SCHEDULES.doc

Thank you in advance for working with the school staff to help your child adjust to the new schedules and ensure success with their educational goals at Parkdale CI.

Sincerely,
Irene Chewchuk




Parkdale C.I. grade 12 International Baccalaureate student Jaimie Adams has won "Write Across Ontario"!

 “Write Across Ontario” is an IFOA creative writing competition open to middle grade and high school students across the province. Students write a story using the story-starter provided for their age group by one of four well-known authors. The story is used as a place for students to begin their story, but where the story goes from there is in the hands of each individual.
One winner is chosen from each age group. Winners receive $500 and the opportunity to have their work published online in the Open Book Magazine.
Jaimie was interviewed by the CBC’s Matt Galloway on 16 December, 2013. You can listen to the interview here:CBC Interview





 

 

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