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Dear Parents and Guardians,

I will be teaching the Physical Education programme to all students from JK-Gr. 5. I will also be teaching the Health programme to Gr. 1-5 students. Please have a look at this website to find information on Health & P.E. welcome letters, Health & P.E. curriculum, Health & P.E. timetable, Dundas P.E. clothing, extra-curricular activities, special events, fundraisers, the Right To Play programme and the Health Action Committee (HAC).

A gentle reminder that all children need to wear running shoes to participate in the physical education programme. If your child cannot tie his/her own shoes, he/she will need to wear Velcro or slip on running shoes. Students in Grades 1-5 must also wear comfortable pants (i.e., jogging pants, exercise leggings, shorts -  no jeans or lined pants) and a t-shirt or long sleeve t-shirt (no sweaters) to class.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at (416) 393-9565.

Looking forward to a great year of physical activity and FUN!

Ms. Landry :)


Physical Education Clothing

       



Physical Education Clothing

The clothing orders (including the back orders for the shorts) have been delivered to your child. Thank you for your patience!

Dundas Athletic Clothing 2014 Letter.doc

Special Events

SKI TRIP TO SNOW VALLEY SKI RESORT

 

The Gr. 4 and 5 students have the opportunity to participate in the Annual Down Hill Ski Day at Snow Valley Ski Resort near Barrie. The trip will take place on Thursday, March 12th. The students will need to return 3 permission forms (Yes/No Form, Snow Valley Form and Medical Form) and $40.00 (includes transportation, ski equipment rental, ski lessons, lift ticket) to Ms. Landry by Friday, February 27th. If a parent decides that he/she does not want his/her child to participate, the NO Form will need to be returned to school. If the student does not attend, he/she will still need to come to school on that day. Please see Ms. Landry if you have any questions or concerns.



THE RIGHT TO PLAY Programme
 

 
The RIGHT TO PLAY programme is a student leadership initiative that will be implemented in the spring.

The following students completed the applications and were selected for the Right To Play programme...

RIGHT TO PLAY Leaders2014.doc

Congratulations!!!

There will be a formal day of training at Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute for 10 students accompanied by Ms. Landry on Wednesday, February 18th. Gisele, Becky, Manami, Marilyn, Piper, Erin, Jayden, Hayley, Samuel and Hannah are looking forward to learning new games that they will share with their peers in the upcoming weeks.

RIGHT TO PLAY Application 2014.doc




The RIGHT TO PLAY Junior Leaders t-shirts ($17.50 each) for all the students was paid for by an anonymous donor. The students will receive their t-shirt after the completion of their training in early March.

The TERRY FOX RUN




Dundas Public School took part in the Terry Fox National School Run Day on Wednesday, September 24th. The students, staff and some parents had lots of fun running around the track for 40 minutes to support Cancer Research. I am proud to say that we exceeded out goal of raising $1, 000.00. This year we raised $1, 153.25!!! Thank you for your continued support!!!

NOTE TO PARENTS: There was someone who ordered a Terry Fox T-shirt who has not claimed it. Please come and see me if this is your order. Thank you.

Terry Fox RUN 2014 - Letter to Parents.doc

The Terry Fox Foundation Website


Extra Curricular


Click on the link to see information about: Basketball, Volleyball, Cross-Country Running, and The Fall Morning Running Club.

Health Action Committee




The Health Action Committee is a group of six grade 4&5 students (Becky, Allan, William G., Joe, Aleen and Rohan), Ms. Shah and Ms. Fong (Public Health Nurses), Ms. Landry (teacher), and Ms. Arone (principal) who meet once a month to discuss ways in which we can provide additional opportunities for physical activity and ensure safety for the students at Dundas P.S. Topics of discussion may include: interschool sports (Gr. 4&5), extra-curricular activities, special events and playground safety. Our next meeting will be on Thursday, March 5th from 3:30-4:00 pm in Rm. 349. We are still looking for a parent rep. Please contact Ms. Landry if interested.
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Telephone
(416) 393-9565

Mail
935 Dundas St E
Toronto, ON
M4M 1R4

Superintendent: Jane Phillips-Long
Trustee: Jennifer Story

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