We want to welcome all of our students and parents to keep in touch with us throughout the year through this new communication tool. To achieve our goals of high academic achievement and positive student well-being for all students, we are committed to work in partnership with our parents and community. We believe that healthy relationships are key to a positive school culture. Please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns.
Visit this website often as we will try to keep you informed of the activities in the class and also advise you of events and other information.
you can’t afford to start saving for your child education after high school?
government can help you start to save for your child’s future now! The Canada
Learning Bond and the Canada Education Savings Grant will help make your
child’s trade school, college or university education more
Government of Canada provides a $500 Canada Learning Bond to families
with a modest income to help them save for the education of children born after
December 31, 2003. If you qualify, you may continue to receive $100 a year for
your child’s education until your child is 15. That’s up to $2,000 total.
Education Savings Grant is money the Government gives you when you invest
in education for your child aged 17 or under. You may receive between $2 and $4
for every $10 you save for your child’s education, depending on your family
income and how much you save every year.
doors that could open up for your child once they graduate. Save a little bit
today, to lead to a brighter future tomorrow.
The QSP fundraising event will run from September 15 to October 25. This will be the main fundraiser for the school this year, we will not be running the Norcard event this year as QSP is offering many of the same items. Thank you for your support!
Minds Matter @ KPR is the theme for the conference, as
2017 KPR Parent Conference –
Minds Matter @ KPR
Saturday, October 21
8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Adam Scott Collegiate Vocational
175 Langton St. (at Hilliard St),
Keynote Speaker:Sara Westbrook
Three Habits of Resilient Families
Choice of Workshops, Agency Displays,
& Child Minding for Ages 2 & Older
Parents also will be able to choose from a dozen
workshops focused on different areas of children’s and teens’ mental health – from
anxiety to addictions, and from concussions to kids’ stress. Community agencies
serving the mental health needs of families in Northumberland and Peterborough
Counties and the Municipality of Clarington also will have displays and
will continue until October 18 at www.kprschools.ca
. Although there is no charge to anyone attending the conference, parents
and guardians should pre-register. The venue is fully accessible
This is the
fifth year that KPR’s annual conference has focused on child and teen mental
health and well-being.
and guardians who do not have Internet access, who require assistance in
registering, or who are seeking additional information after visiting the
registration site should call Judy Malfara at the Education Centre,
705-742-9773 or toll-free at 1-877-741-4577, ext. 2001.
Monday, October 9, 2017 Cobourg Scout Reserve 6863 County Rd 45
Forest Turkey Trot(NFTT) aims to provide a fun,
safe way for people to be active while experiencing the great natural resources
that our community has to offer. Adults and teens can
race in The Gobbler 5K
run for a chance to win a turkey! You could choose to run or walk the 2.5K
version of The Gobbler to win a pie. The 2K Kids' Turkey Trot and
the Wingding 1K races
have Thanksgiving themed prizes. The Gobble Wobble Search is fun
for the 4 year old and under crowd and is a hoot to watch. The NFTT happily
supports the YMCA Strong Kids
Campaign. For more information visit:
This year, and for this year only, through
special Ministry funding, KPR has registered for Online Homework Help in French,
Math and English as well as French practice activities. The support will be
available free of charge to ALL KPR students.
register to the Virtual Campus which opens October 2nd, 2017, you
will need to:
voilalearning.com, click on ‘My school board is registered’
the code: KPR25
Virtual Campus will be open Monday to Thursday from 5pm
to 8:00pm for homework help (send the
homework to: firstname.lastname@example.org accessing the platform) and
from 6:30pm to 8pm for French practice.
On Thursday, November 23 the orders from QSP will be
arriving at the school. Orders will be
available starting at 3:30 until 5:30. Orders
will also be available from 9:00 until 12:00 on Friday, November 24. It is important that you pick up your orders
during these times as there is limited storage space at the school and some of
the items require refrigeration.
Thursday, December 7, 2017 – Bus Driver Labour Negotiations Update for
Students and Families On Bus Routes Operated by First Student’s Bowmanville
**Please note: this message applies only to Clarington
and Northumberland schools served by First Student buses. Please see below for
the full list of affected schools.
This note provides information on ongoing contract negotiations between
First Student and Unifor, the union representing the company’s Bowmanville
school bus drivers.
The company remains optimistic that a settlement will be reached.
If a settlement is not reached, however, job action could occur as early as
Monday, December 11. We have been assured that we will be given at least
72 hours (three days) notice if the school bus drivers vote to take any action
that would affect student busing.
Therefore, we encourage families of students who attend KPR schools in
Clarington and Northumberland to:
·consider having alternative plans for getting their
children to school in case of a possible strike
·check the stsco.ca
website often, and stay tuned to local news media, for any possible updates.
We will provide further updates to families as information becomes
available in the coming days and weeks. In the meantime, busing will continue
to follow the usual schedule, unless we become aware of a change. KPR schools
and Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario (STSCO) will let
families know of any possible changes through stsco.ca,
kprschools.ca, school Edsby accounts and
newsletters, Twitter (@kprschools) and Facebook.
**Please note: Only the
following schools with First Student bus routes will be affected:
Bus Driver Labour Negotiations Update for Routes Operated by First Student’s Bowmanville Branch in Clarington and Northumberland
A tentative agreement has been reached in contract negotiations between First Student and Unifor, the union representing the company’s Bowmanville school bus drivers, following three days of strike action.
Busing for all students will resume as usual on Monday, March 26.
STSCO is pleased that both sides have been able to reach a tentative agreement. Bus drivers do an excellent job transporting our students safely to and from school each day and we are happy that they will be able to return to work on Monday.