We have raised $24 000, we need $40, 000; our goal is to raise $8000 that will be matched by an anonymous donor; thus doubling the donations to $16 000 to reach our goal of $40 000!
- donations will be collected between Dec. 1 and Dec. 18.
- collected in Home Room or the Main Office; Cheques payable to TDSB-Richview
; Memo- Reinvigorating Richview
- Student Success! To update our technology: laptops, I-pads, computers, etc.
Help us start 2016 with new technology in the classroom! Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $25 or more!
Parent Council Poinsettia Sales
The holiday season is almost upon us and it's time to think about purchasing a beautiful poinsettia. The Poinsettia 2015.pdf
campaign is also a fine method to support parent-initiated fund-raising. Please consider doing so with this Poinsettia Order Form 2015.pdf
Children's Book Bank
We are currently collecting gently used children/young adult books in support of The Children’s Book Bank. The Children's Book Bank is a registered charity that supports childhood literacy by providing free books and literacy support to children in low-income neighbourhoods in the Toronto area.
From Canada’s first storefront “book bank” in the Regent Park area of Toronto, The Children’s Book Bank collects and distributes gently used children’s books and distributes them free of charge to children who might not otherwise have a chance to own their own books. The Children’s Book Bank opened its doors in May 2008 and in its first five years of operation gave away over 400,000 free books!
Please help us fill up the basket in front of the main office by bringing in (or sending in with your daughter/son) any gently used books that your children no longer use at home.
With much thanks!
Muskoka Woods Campers- Are you missing your forms?
Form 511E - Camper.doc
MW2016 Form 511C.doc
What to Bring.doc
Dietary Restrictions - Camper.docx
Guest Waiver Form -Camper.doc
Braeburn Holiday Party
WITH ONLY 9 (NOT THAT WE’RE COUNTING OR ANYTHING!) SCHOOL DAYS LEFT BEFORE A MUCH DESERVED HOLIDAY BREAK, IT’S SO IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT NO MATTER WHAT YOU CHOOSE TO CELEBRATE, THAT THE SPIRIT OF THE HOLIDAYS IS ABOUT GIVING FROM THE HEART.
THIS PAST SATURDAY A SPECIAL RICHVIEW TRADITION CONTINUED. THE ANNUAL BRAEBURN COMMUNITY PROGRAM KIDS’ PARTY WAS HELD HERE AT THE SCHOOL AND IT WAS AN AMAZING SUCCESS.
50 LITTLE ONES, AGES 5-12, DESCENDED UPON RICHVIEW WHERE STUDENT ELVES AWAITED THEM WITH CRAFTS, GINGERBREAD DECORATING (AND LOTS OF CANDY!), GYM ACTIVITIES, A SCAVENGER HUNT, AND A MOVIE – NOT TO MENTION SANTA!
THE SCHOOL WAS DECORATED, MUSIC WAS PLAYING, KIDS WERE DANCING, AND EVERYWHERE WAS A SEA OF SMILING FACES.
IT IS WITH MUCH GRATITUDE THAT WE THANK ALL OF YOU WHO SO KINDLY CONTRIBUTED GIFTS, CRAFT AND LUNCH ITEMS, AND MONETARY DONATIONS. IT IS BECAUSE OF YOUR GENEROSITY THAT THIS DAY IS EVEN POSSIBLE.
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND MAY YOU ALL HAVE A FUN AND RESTFUL HOLIDAY BREAK!
THE RICHVIEW STUDENTS’ COUNCIL EXECUTIVE
& STAFF ADVISORS CARLA JOHNSTON AND CHRISTINE ZDEBIAK
Attached please find a letter Parent email Letter Postponement of Late Starts
Nov 6 15.doc regarding the postponement of the late start schedule currently in place for Wednesdays. Classes will revert back to the regular class day schedule starting on Wednesday, November 11th, meaning school will start at 8:50 a.m. and end at 3:12 p.m.