PLEASE UPDATE STUDENT ADDRESSES (Home/Pick Up/Drop Off)
On August 17, 2015 Niagara Student Transportation Services (NSTS) will post specific back to school transportation arrangements for each student enrolled at the school.
Please visit www.nsts.ca and sign-in to the secure parent portal to get your child’s student transportation information. To sign-in to the portal you will need your child’s Ontario Education Number (OEN) which can be found on their report card. While you are there, please subscribe to the delay and cancellation module for direct and timely emails regarding student transportation that impacts your child.
Changes to home, pick-up and/or drop-off addresses must be made through your child’s school. During the summer you may notify NSTS of address changes so a bus stop is available for your child to start the school year, however, NSTS is not authorized to change student address information.
With the availability of the secure parent portal, NSTS will not mail student transportation notices with the exception of Kindergarten students or new students to the system who do not have an OEN to sign-in to the portal.
Please contact your school or NSTS if you have questions regarding your child’s transportation arrangements.
Great things are happening at Dalewood in JUNE...
UPDATE - DSBN TRACK & FIELD MEET
Over 60 students participated in the DSBN Track and Field meet on Monday, June 8th. However, due to the weather the remainder events for Track and Field has been postponed forthe rain date, Monday, June 15, 2015. Click here for schedule.
FRENCH CAFE FOR PARENTS
Our final French Café for parents is on Tuesday, June 16th, at the Paris Crepe Café in Niagara Falls. Everyone is welcome Come and learn meeting at 6pm and enjoying dinner together. Just a reminder to come prepared to order your dinner en francais. All parents attending must notify the school by Monday, June 8th.
The annual DSBN Special Olympics will be occurring on Wednesday, June 10th, at the Niagara Olympic Club in St. Catharines. Some of our staff will be supporting this event. Any parents interested in volunteering, please let Mme Tye know.
GRADE 1 OPEN HOUSE
On Thursday, June 11th, Dalewood will be hosting a Grade 1 Day for students entering French immersion in the Fall. The purpose of the day is to allow our new students and their parents to get a feel for our school and the French immersion program. Students will be joining the grade 1 classes and taking a bus ride with their parents.
PD DAY - June 12th
Just a reminder that there is no school on Friday, June 12th, as it is designated a P.A. day.
JR & INT 3-PITCH
Our junior 3-pitch team will be competing in a tournament on Tuesday, June 16 at Grantham Optimist Park. Our intermediate three-pitch team will be competing in a tournament on June 18 at Grantham Optimist Park. Go Dragons!
INT FLAG RUGBY
Some of our intermediate students will be participating in a flag rugby tournament on Friday, June 19th. Good Luck Dragons!
PAN AM & PARA-PAN AM DAY
As many of you already know, the city of Toronto is hosting the Pan Am and Para-Pan Am Games this summer. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Dalewood will be participating in a Pan Am & Para-Pan Am Day on Friday, June 19th. Students will be participating in fun and engaging games in cross graded teams for the day. Many of these activities will be outside, so students are asked to wear sunscreen and bring a hat.
GR 8 GRADUATION
On Tuesday, June 23rd, we will be celebrating the graduation of our grade 8 students. The ceremony is from 6:30 - 7:30pm. Students are asked to arrive at Dalewood at 6:00pm. Grad dance will be in the gymnasium from 8:00 - 9:30pm.
Our final Assembly will be on Thursday, June 25th at 9am.
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Welcome to Dalewood Public School!
We are pleased to provide an outstanding education at Dalewood for our students. Innovative programs that meet the needs of all our students are taught by our dedicated and professional staff who care about your child. Our school provides extra-curricular opportunities that encourage the development of excellence, integrity and respect.
Our Board is focused on literacy and numeracy achievement and creating an environment where we are working together on our goal of success for every student. We also value the community partnerships and parent involvement which are so crucial to a successful education for our students.