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SCDSB Maker Faire Maker Faire<p>​The SCDSB Maker Faire is taking place at Nottawasaga Pines S.S. in Angus on May 12th from 6-9 p.m. This is a great opportunity for parents and students to participate in hands-on activities such as building a robot, designing a t-shirt, planting seeds and creating art.  You will also have the chance to win an i-pad.  Check the SCDSB website for more details. </p>
Jump Rope For Heart Rope For Heart<p>Our school Jump Rope event is on May 13th. We have set a goal of raising $8500 for Heart and Stroke. You may go to to register and collect pledges. Your child will get an automatic $5 donation and a skipping rope when they make their first online pledge. Let's show our Falcon community spirit!<br></p>
Resiliency Guest Speaker Opportunity Guest Speaker Opportunity<p>​On March 22, Barrie's high schools are hosting an event for local students and parents on resiliency, coping skills and how to positively react to change. This event is part of a regional Parents Reaching Out grant to support change and transitions in our Barrie high schools. Motivational speaker and comedian Stu Saunders will offer tips to cope with change, and support students in being successful and resilient individuals. He will explain how families can support children as they change schools, let go of negative emotions and look at the positive power of change. The event takes place at the Fisher Auditorium at Barrie Central (125 Dunlop St. W.) at 7 p.m.<br><a href=""><span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span></a>. There is also a Facebook event that people can join: <a href=""><span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span></a>.</p>
Holocaust Survivor Eva Olsson to speak at Ferndale Woods Survivor Eva Olsson to speak at Ferndale Woods<p>​Dr. Eva Olsson will speak to our gr. 7 students in our library from 11:15-12:30 on Tuesday December 15. The presentation will allow our students to hear a first-hand account of a Holocaust survivor. If any parents or community members would like to attend, please contact the school so that seating can be provided. Dr. Olsson's story will allow listeners to learn about the power of hatred and the importance to standing up against forces of racism, bigotry and intolerance.</p>
Pizza Days Days<p>​Pizza lunches will begin on Thursday, Nov 5<sup>th</sup>. Pizza remains at the price of $1.50 a slice. Grade 8 students will collect orders and money from students in their classes on Thursday morning.  Thanks to the grade 8 teachers and students for their leadership in this area.</p>
School Yard From 8:30-3:05 Yard From 8:30-3:05<p>​Please be reminded that the school yard is closed to people other than students and staff from 8:30-3:05. Adults interacting with our students are approved through our volunteer program. Thanks for your help, in the interest of child safety and confidentiality. Parents may take their children to their lineups and are welcome to wait in the rock area to the north of the school (by the Kiss and Ride), if they wish.</p>



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