April 12 at 9:00 in the gym: Quackling Performance-Mme. Clouthier's Class will be presenting a new interpretation of an old French folktale about a duck and his friends who travel to see the king who owes the duck some money. The duck and his friends use their smarts to outwit the king and reclaim what is owed. The production is entirely in French and includes some catchy musical numbers. The class will then take the production on the road to Palmerston Public School where they will share it with other French Immersion Students.
PROGRAM AREA REVIEW
As you know Brown is working through an Area Review. There is a public meeting being held at Hodgson on April 3rd, at 6:30pm. You are all welcome to attend.
For information on the review please follow the link below.
Under 'Program Area Reviews' > 'Brown Junior Public School and Deer Park Junior and Senior Public School' > 'Helpful Information'
As always we are here if you have any questions.
COMMUNICATIONS CO-CHAIR NEEDED
Join a fun and dynamic team of parents in helping get the "news out"!
We are looking for someone to join our communications team.
The team works in tandem to coordinate with other committees and administration
to send out email blasts and the weekly Panther Press. Technology background necessary. Ideally an active volunteer in Brown Parent Council and available for Parent Council meetings. Training is provided.
The full description of roles and responsibilities can be found as Item 18 here: http://brownschool.ca/wp-
Please contact Amanda Demers (email@example.com) or Joanna Onoszko (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Calling all Grandparents, Retirees, or anyone interested!
Toronto Police Service School Crossing Guard Association is looking to hire school crossing guards!
If you know grandparents and/or retirees in the neighborhood who are interested in helping out and getting some fresh air throughout the school day, please have them contact:
Officer Wai Lau
School Crossing Guard Coordinator
Toronto Police Service
KISS AND RIDE
Please keep the following in mind during morning drop-off:
This is a gentle reminder that Kiss & Ride is a drop off zone, on Poplar Plains Road, for students grades 1-6 only. Kindergarten children must be walked to their classrooms.
This program is staffed completely by Brown parent volunteers, from 8:25-8:40am.
A few reminders for all parents:
Morning Parking is available in the neighbourhood in these areas: