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What's Happening at SJB this Week
Published on Nov 25, 2018 18:10

Here's a look at what's happening at St. Jean de Brébeuf this week:

Monday, November 26th, 2018:

  • Pizza Day
  • Mrs. Benoit’s class – Let’s Talk about Science
  • PALS training @ 12:45
  • Hot Lunch January – March now open on School Day

Tuesday, November 27th, 2018:

  • Breakfast Club 8:30-8:40
  • Grade 8 trip parent meeting @ 6:00-7:00 in the library

Wednesday, November 28th , 2018:

  • Zucca’s Pasta

Thursday, November 29th, 2018:

  • Breakfast Club 8:30-8:40

Friday, November 30th, 2018:

  • Pizza Day

Upcoming Events

  • December 3rd - Parent Council Meeting 6:30 pm in the library – All parents are welcome
  • December 11th & 12th @ 7:00pm – The Bethlehem Nightly News play
  • December 13th – Rosary Visits
  • December 14th – Advent Mass @ 9:30am


Thank you to all of our families for supporting our chocolate fundraiser.   Please make payments for your chocolate sales through School Day or return any unsold products by Monday, November 26th.

Hot Lunch:

Hot lunches from January to March will be available to order beginning on Monday November 26th until December 7th.  

Winter Weather:

As the temperature continues to drop and the snow begins to fall, please send your child with a hat, warm gloves or mitts, a winter coat and snow pants.  Extra mitts and socks are also encouraged for the cold, wet days.   Students are outside for forty minutes at lunch, so it is very important that they are dressed appropriately.

In the event of inclement weather, Rock 95, Kool FM (107.5) or Big FM (101.1) will announce the bus/school cancellations on the radio. Please do not call the school for cancellation information.  The following are the procedures for safe arrival on “snow days”:

1. If buses are cancelled and your child takes the bus, you do not need to call the school.

2. If buses are cancelled and your child walks to school, it is at the discretion of the parent whether it is safe for your child to walk.  If your child is a walker and is not going to attend school, it is the responsibility of the parent to either call the school or complete the on-line safe arrival form and report the absence.  The safe arrival program is still in effect on snow days and it is crucial that you report your child absent if he/she is a walker.

3. If buses are cancelled in the morning, that means that they are cancelled in the afternoon as well.  Please do not drive your child to school and expect him/her to be returning home on the bus.

4.  Hot lunch and pizza days will remain in effect if the buses are cancelled.