A community Bingo will be held on Thursday, February 15th at 7 pm in the Colonsay Hall. Please come out and support our students and our school. Hope to see you there.
- There will be a food drive to support our local families from Wednesday, Dec. 6th to Wednesday, Dec. 13th. Please bring non-perishable food items that have had the expiry date checked. Some suggestions include: canned goods, crackers, fruit snacks or lunch snacks, pasta, tuna or other canned meats, go withs for a Christmas dinner, granola bars etc. The SRC thanks everyone for the support.
On December 4, we will be starting our Christmas Spirit Week! Show your spirit for the holiday season by dressing up for every day of the week!
Monday: Christmas Eve Day (Pajama Day)
Tuesday: Ugly Sweater Day
Wednesday: Christmas Eve Day (Pajama Day)
Thursday: Formal Day -Gather in the gym for a Soc Hop (Grades K-6) for $1.00.
Friday: Christmas Eve Day (Pajama Day)
Join us at 7 pm on December 20th for our annual K – 6 Christmas Concert. There will be a book exchange that night before and after the concert. Please bring books to exchange right from early reading to adult. Hope to see you all there.
Please join the Colonsay School Staff and Students as we remember.
Service: November 9th at 10:45 am. All Welcome!
If you are interested in working at the school as either an educational associate substitute or as a caretaker substitute, please drop by the school or call the school at 255 2050 and ask for Sandra.
All your needed information is here.
The grade 1, 2 and 3 students will be off to the Allan Museum for Cultural Days on Sept. 29th in the morning. Please watch for permission forms and more information.
The servery is open for business. Hot lunches will be provided on the following days:
Tuesday: Soup for $2.00
Thursday: Grilled Cheese for $2.50
Friday: Hot dogs for $2.50
Thanks to Mrs. Schatz and the grade 7/8 class for all the hard work.
The students from grade 4 – 12 enjoyed a fabulous presentation from Ryan Laird on Wednesday. The Country Music Artist used song to promote his message of Youth Empowerment. When one believes in him or herself, one can stand up to Bullies, one can make a difference, and one can have success. It was a great performance, and the staff and students would like to thank the SCC for making this presentation happen.