Well….. we are: Planning for our math instruction using the TLDSB Scope and Sequence as well as Design Down Planning Digging down into Fundamentals of Math and Large Scale Math Assessments Grade 8 teachers will be working with Grade 9 … Read More
Hey JCPS parents and guardians! 22% of JCPS students had perfect attendance during the month of September. The names of those students will be called out during the announcements tomorrow morning so these students may take a bow and be … Read More
Our school welcomes all students and CUPE staff on Monday Oct.7/19. It will be business as usual.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) provided notice that they will be starting a full withdrawal of all services across the province on Monday, October 7, 2019. Trillium Lakelands District School Board has carefully assessed the potential impact on … Read More
As of Wednesday October 2/19, all JCPS students will be bring their trash home from their lunches. This is not only an effective way to understand our ecological footprint but it alleviates the work-to-rule issue with custodians not dealing with … Read More
In the ongoing effort to keep all of our students safe, a new procedure is being established at JCPS for head bumps. When a student comes to the office with a head bump/injury a yellow wristlet will now be placed … Read More
Meet the Author Poster Oct 3rd – Jack Callaghan Click on the above link to see all the books she has written! She is visiting all grade 1-6 students on the morning of October 3/19! Students can order her books … Read More
Last call for ordering JCPS spirit wear! You can order through the office or by ordering via Cash Online on the school website! Last day to order is September 30/19 for this term.
Officer Dave Murtha who oversees City of Kawartha Lakes traffic, would like the following information communicated to JCPS parents picking up their children at dismissal time: it is illegal to park within 9 meters of a stop sign it is … Read More
Due to the increased enrolment of about 80 students over the last 3 years at Jack Callaghan, the vehicular traffic has increased significantly and is causing a back-log of traffic on Tracey’s Hill road and Highway 7 at dismissal time. … Read More