- Mon thru Thurs
- Rm 203 xXx xXxXxxxxxxX - 3:00 - 3:30pm
ALL RANKIN $ & PLEDGE SHEETS DUE
DSBN Robtics Fair XXX (9:00am - 3:00pm @ SSS) XXXX click here for form
(Fri) May 17th
Professional Development Day (No School)
(Mon) May 20th
Victoria Day (No School)
(Tue) May 21st
RANKIN T-SHIRT DISTRIBUTION BEGINS
(Wed) May 22st
(Thu) May 23rd
Gr5 Trip to St Johns Outdoor Centre XXX (9:00am-2:00pm) XXXXXXXXXXX click here for form
Potential Int Co-Ed Soccer Tournament (all day @ TBA)
Gr 1/2/4 Fr Imm Open House (6:30-8:00pm in Gym)
(Fri) May 24th
MAY SUB ORDER DUE
Track Meet for Group 8XX (8:45am - 4:00pm @NOC; Westpark)
(Sat) May 25th
RANKIN RUN XXXXXXXXXXX (10:00am @ Grantham Lion's Club)
May 27th - June 6th
Gr6 EQAO Testing XXXXXXX (schedule vacationss/appts accordingly)
(Mon) May 27th
8-2/8-3 to Paris Crepes Cafe XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (9:45am - 12:00noon @ N Falls)
School Council Mtg XXXXXXX(6:30pm in Learning Commons)
(Wed) May 29th
(Thu) May 30th
Gr6 "An Order of Good Cheer" Presentations XXXX(11:45am - 3:10pm in Gym) X X click here for more info
(Fri) May 31st
(Mon) June 10th
DSBN Track Meet XXXXXXX(all day @ NOC; Westpark)
(Tue) June 11th
Rain Date: DSBN Track Meet (all day @ NOC; Westpark)
(Thu) June 13th
Area 4 Int Co-Ed Rugby XX(all day @ TBA)
(Fri) June 14th
Rain Date: Area 4 Int Co-Ed Rugby (all day @ TBA)
(Mon) June 24th
Gr5 Trip To Toronto Zoo XX(8:00am - 5:00pmish)
(Tue) June 25th
Gr8 Graduation XXXXXXX(6:30pm @ Bethany Church)
(Thu) June 27th
Last Day of School X
SEPTEMBER START UP
Jr Supplies List (click here)
CHANGES ARE COMING TO DALEWOOD 2012/2013
click here for more info - Gr 4/5/6/8 Students
click here for more info - Gr 7 Students
2013/2014 Child Care Opportunity - ONElist
April 19, 2013
In January 2012 the Niagara Region launched a region-wide on-line system called ONElist to assist parents and providers in the process of applying for child care.
With the rollout of ELKP, the Ministry of Education is required to know if a school meets the viability criteria for a child care program. In order to determine if there is a need for a child care program in your school (infant, toddler, pre-school or before and after school care), we are asking that those parents who need care for their children go on the ONElist and place their child on the specific school they are attending or require care at. We ask that parents of children from ELKP up to Grade 8 utilize this tool and assist us in capturing enough data to determine if a program at your school is viable. Please be advised that child care will only be established in schools where there is sufficient demonstrated need for a viable child care program. The program would provide a seamless day for the registered students of your school.
The Ministry of Education has mandated district school boards to communicate what proposed fees for a Board operated program would be, as well as fees for non-instructional days. The fees are listed on the DSBN website at www.dsbn.org/earlylearning.
The link to create your account and place your child on the applicable registration list is https://niagara.onehsn.com. You can then follow the instructions as outlined on the website. In order to determine child care needs for September 2013, please register by Friday, April 26, 2013.
For parents who have their child(ren) enrolled at an alternate school because there is child care provided, we still need to know your interest if child care was available at your home school. Please go on to the registration page and make sure you are registered at your current school and your interest of potential child care at your home school. Should the interest in any location be sufficient, we may be able to offer child care at that site.
If you know of any families that may not have received this information, please feel free to share it with them. If you have any questions or problems in completing the on-line registration, please do not hesitate to contact Jackie Galloway of the Niagara Region at 905 984-6900 ext 3817.
Mr. T. Wallace, Principal
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.
NO "SCENTS" MAKES SENSE
At Dalewood we certainly understand the complexities of providing a scent free environment at a Senior Elementary School. However, the combined use of spray products by a large number of students at the same time (i.e. in change rooms, locker area, hallways) creates a noxious learning and working environment. Spray products may not be used at school. We suggest the use of unscented stick deodorant and body wipes for Phys. Ed class. We recognize that students, staff, and visitors to Dalewood may react quite significantly to scented products if they have a sensitivity to them or if they have a respiratory condition such as asthma. Scented products; especially SPRAY products such as body mist, cologne, perfume, hairspray, and deodorant trigger reactions ranging from mild discomfort, headaches, nausea, dizziness, rashes, eye and throat irritation, difficulties with concentration, anxiety, and/or respiratory distress. Staff, students, parents, and visitors are asked to refrain from using scented products while at school.