Signal Hill Circular - November 26th, 2021
Signal Hill Circular
for the week ending Friday, November 26th, 2021
We are honoured to be living, working and playing on the traditional, unceded ancestral territories of the St'át'yemc Nation.
The Grade 7 graduating class at Signal Hill Elementary is raising money to purchase 2022 Graduating Hoodies for each Grade 7 student. The Pemberton Valley Supermarket has graciously offered to donate 10% of gift card sales to support the event. Please encourage your student to sell to friends and family!
Orders for gift cards starts Monday November 8th, and each week until Monday Dec.13th.
Payment by DEBIT / CREDIT CARD / PAYPAL:
GIFT CARD PICK-UP: 3pm on Thursday November 18th at the front entrance of the school. Subsequent pick up dates are Thursday November 25th, Dec. 2, Dec. 9th and Dec. 16th at 3 pm. If you are unable to pick-up, please let us know so that we can arrange an alternative.
Questions? Please email Erica Osburn at [email protected]
Wednesday, December 1st - Parent/Teacher Interviews - Noon dismissal for students
Friday, December 3rd - Poinsettia orders: Pick up at front of school from 3pm to 5:30pm
What Parents and Students Need to Know
The Government of Canada has put in place emergency measures under the Quarantine Act to slow the introduction and spread of COVID-19 and variants in Canada. Fully vaccinated travellers without signs and symptoms of COVID-19 are not required to quarantine upon entering Canada if they comply with the requirements in this handout.
Unvaccinated children less than 12 years of age who enter Canada with a fully vaccinated parent, step-parent, guardian or tutor, are not required to quarantine if the child follows all the requirements for fully vaccinated travellers and complies with the conditions of the Minister of Health in this handout.
Please see following conditions in the Minister of Health handout. Note they are other
sections in this handout.
• attend school, camp or day care
• attend a setting where they may have contact with vulnerable people (e.g., longterm
care facility), including people who are immunocompromised, regardless of that
person's vaccination status or public health measures
• travel on crowded public transportation that does not ensure physical distancing and
• attend large crowded settings, indoors or outdoors, such as an amusement park or
Further information on what your child can and cannot do can be found on the mandatory
quarantine or isolation page.
Truth and Reconciliation
Skícza7ul’s Word of the Week
French Word of the Week
Parent Advisory Committee
Health and Safety
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.