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Signal Hill Circular - November 19th, 2021

Signal Hill Circular

for the week ending Friday, November 19th, 2021

We are honoured to be living, working and playing on the traditional, unceded ancestral territories of the St'át'yemc Nation.

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Dear Signal Hill Families,
 
With our first snowfall this week, things are exciting at Signal Hill! Last week our staff and students honoured our veterans with a school-wide assembly. We were proud to have our students lead the assembly. Our staff also participated in a Professional Development Day. Some of our staff participated in a Wild BC Workshop and others participated in a non-violent crisis intervention training.
 
A few reminders and updates:
 
With the cold, wet, and snowy weather in full swing, please remember to send your child with clothing that is appropriate for the weather conditions. Also, please send along dry clothing for when they do get wet outside. We also have some extra clothes that have been donated to our school. 
 
Sea to Sky School District Report Card information can be found here. Your child's teacher will be communicating further information. 
 
Due to ongoing COVID-19 challenges and an abundance of caution, the Signal Hill Winter Concert will be a digital film this year. A link will be provided to families before the winter holiday break. 
 
Signal Hill's blended classes have been hard at work preparing for our Winter Craft Fair. Students have been busy crafting a variety of handmade goods including: candles, artwork, jewelry, toys, ornaments, and even some pet treats! Further details about when the Winter Craft Fair will take place will be announced next week! Stay tuned!
 
Important Dates for Next Week:
 

Wednesday, November 24th - Staff Collaboration Day - Noon dismissal for students

 

Some examples of student work and activities around the school:
 
Students in Ms. Dixie's class learning about the Lil'wat principle of learning - Á7xe7ul - valuing our own expertise and considering how it helps the entire community beyond ourselves; to teach oneself; to prepare oneself for listening and learning ~ Embracing my strengths/gifts and using them for the benefit of others.
 
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Students in Mlle Hamonic's are pen pals with grade 7s at Richmond's Whiteside School:
 
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School procedures for Inclement weather can be found here.
 
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Students learning hand-drumming, and learning to work with traditional materials like pine needles to create weaving.
 
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Xweystúmintsinlhkan - I Love you (xwoyshtoomeencheenthlkan - phonetic)
 
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neiger – snow
 
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Daily Health Check. A reminder that all students, staff, and visitors should be completing this before coming to our school and staying home if they are sick.
 

The BCCDC School Exposure Infographic shows the notification process used for COVID19 exposures. The infographic can be found here.

BC Healthy Communities - Active School Travel Pilot Program 2022: Vancouver Coastal Health would like to bring your attention to the Active School Travel (AST) Pilot Program led by BC Healthy Communities. The goal of the program is to support more students to walk, bike and scoot to and from school. More information here.