Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Recess Reminders

At this time of the year, we start to prepare for the cold recess events.  Teachers are currently reviewing in class games and activities in case students need to remain indoors due to the cold temperatures. If you have any games or activities that you are no longer using and would like to donate them to the school, please send them to the office.  

Just a reminder for parents to also encourage your children to dress appropriately for the weather.  Students are expected to go outside unless the temperature is equivalent to or lower than -27 C, in which case indoor recess will be held. We review the temperature prior to each recess by reviewing several weather sites across the city.  Jackets, boots, ski pants, mitts, toques, scarves and packing some extras in case they get wet all help make recess that much more enjoyable.




Monday, 5 December 2016

Holiday Hampers


During this holiday season please help us to help others in our community.  

Special Event Days:

Students are invited to participate in the following activities to help raise funds for our Christmas Hampers.  If possible, a loony donation for each day would be greatly appreciated.  

Monday, Dec. 5th - Wear a Hat Day
Wednesday, Dec. 7th - Wacky Hair Day
Thursday, Dec. 8th - Team Jersey/Sports Shirt Day

Food Item Collection Days:

In addition to these special days, Sansome will be collecting food items during the week of December 5th - 9th.  If possible, please consider making a donation coinciding with the following theme days:

Monday, Dec. 5th - Canned Food Items
Tuesday, Dec. 6th - Bread Day: noodles, oatmeal, cereal, pasta, rice, etc.
Wednesday, Dec. 7th - Sauce Day: soup, sauces, gravy mixes
Thursday, Dec. 8th - Drink Day: juice, coffee, tea
Friday, Dec. 9th - Dessert ay: cake mixes, cookies, jam, honey, jelly powder

Newly knit or purchased hats, mitts and neck warmers to help add warm cheer to the season.  Any donations will up accepted up to Dec. 12th.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact the school at 204-889-6000. 


 

Monday, 28 November 2016

Movember Mustache Election

Voting has begun and will conclude on Wednesday, November 30th. 
 Thank you to all students and families who have contributed donations.  A big thank you as well to Mr Lacaba, Mr. Cassell, Mr. Flynn, Mr. Briggs, Mr. Waselewski and Mr. Lizotte 
for donating their faces for this worthwhile cause.  




Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Thank You Parent Council!

We would like to thank our Parent Council for organizing today's McDonald's fun lunch.  Ordering, collecting, organizing and working with our volunteers is a huge undertaking and our school truly appreciates your efforts.



Monday, 21 November 2016

Bake Sale Reminder

If you would like to donate baking for the Sansome Bake Sale taking place on the evening of Thursday, November 24th from 4:30-7:00 PM, please be sure to send in your baking in no later than noon on November 24th.  Remember that all baking must be nut free, labelled with ingredients, and on a recyclable/disposable tray as it will not be returned to you.

All proceeds from this bake sale will go towards the creation of holiday hampers to benefit those in need within our community. 

Your support is much appreciated.


Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Sansome School Rock Paper Scissors Donation Drive







In partnership with over 10 SJSD schools, Sansome Elementary School will be holding a school wide Rock Paper Scissor Tournament of Champions" in support of Project Echo.  

Project Echo is a local charitable foundation that supports the Lighthouse Mission, Sam's Christmas and supports the creation of over 700 holiday hampers for families in need throughout Winnipeg.  You can find out more about Project Echo at the following website: http://projectechowinnipeg.com

Round 1, “The Homeroom Championship”, will take place on Monday, November 28th.  Every student is automatically able to participate in the tournament with 5 "lives".  In order to better their chances of winning we are asking that students accumulate an additional 5 "lives" by donating either:

- 1 unopened box of cereal (high fibre, non-sugar coated preferred)
- 1 new, unused package of socks
-  $5.00 donation. 

Why these items?  These have been identified as some of the greatest needed items at many shelters throughout the city.

Round 2, "The Sansome School Championship", will take place on Wednesday, November 30th.  Class champions will need to raise additional lives for this round with the help of their classmates.  The class champ can bring in donations as well as be supported by their classmates with further donations.  The amount of "lives" raised by a classroom is unlimited.  A school champion will be crowned at this event.  The last 5 students in this round will also advance to the Divisional Championships to represent the Sansome Rock Paper Scissors Team.

Round 3, "Divisional Championships at Sturgeon Heights", will take place over the lunch hour on Thursday December 8th.  Our team of 5 competitors, as well as the top donating homeroom (as a cheering section), will travel to Sturgeon Heights via bus to witness the tournament and crowning of our school division champion.

Donations can be brought in to your child’s homeroom teacher starting Monday, November 21st!  Students will find out more about this challenge on Thursday,  November 17th and Friday, November 18th.

Monday, 14 November 2016

Student Led Conference Online Sign-Up


Thursday, November 24th, 2016 / 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Friday, November 25th/ 9:00 am – 11:30 am

These conferences are a celebration of all the hard work your child has accomplished and we hope everyone is able to attend and share in your child’s progress.
Conferences will be held in your child’s various classroom environments. Families are asked to book a 30 minute block of time during which they will travel to learning spaces around the school such as your child’s classroom, music room and the gym.  Students will have the responsibility of taking an active role in explaining and demonstrating their learning and setting goals for future improvement.
Please note that there could be up to three other families in the classroom at the same time. If at any point you feel a particular classroom is too busy at the time of your arrival, please feel free to visit another learning space in the school and return at a later time during your 30 minute block. Should you wish to discuss something of a particularly sensitive nature, we invite you to schedule an additional meeting with a particular teacher on an alternate date.

Sign up for your time at the link below: