March 13, 2020 Day 6

Cafeteria
Pizza and “whatever”

® After-School Code Club:
An after-school code club will be starting up right after March Break.  Students will learn how to code different devices and will make their own invention that will presented at Family Maker Day in April.  See Mrs. Reynard for more information and to pick up a permission slip.

Ski Club:
On behalf of the ski club Mr. Harkness would like to thank: Mr. Flanagan,  Mrs. Horrelt, Mrs. Reynard, Mr. Cudmore, Mr. Dunn, Ms, Hamiliton, Kara, Dakota, the wellness team Mrs. McBride, Gary, and the especially the students who came for having a sense of adventure.  Thank you all for making this years ski trips possible.

® Health PEI:
              Attention Parent/Guardian:

Public Health Dental Program is pleased to be offering our Preventive Dental Clinic at Stonepark Intermediate this school year. We will be at the school following the March break and will likely be there for approximately 8 weeks.

Purpose of our Dental Clinic: Screen children to assess risk of oral disease; provide oral health education, topical fluoride, scaling/polishing and sealants, according to your child’s individual needs.

Screening:  All children will be seen for a two-minute screening to determine their risk of oral disease.  If you do not wish your child to have this dental screening, please notify the school secretary or classroom teacher.

Consent: After the screening, all children will be given a consent form which will be necessary for you to complete and return before services are provided. The faster these consent forms are returned, the more efficient our clinic can operate.

Fees: There is no cost involved as the preventive services are covered by the Children’s Dental Care Program.

Contact: If you have any questions about the program, please contact the dental staff at the School or the Dental Public Health Clinic in Charlottetown at 902-368-5460.

Further Information:  Please note that only preventive services will be provided and the screening is not a substitute for an annual dental examination.  It is strongly recommended that parents take their children to a dentist for regular examinations and treatment.  The Children’s Dental Care Program assists with the cost of basic dental care delivered in private and public dental offices for children from ages 3 – 17. For more information, please visit http://www.healthpei.ca/dentalhealth and click on the following link for the program brochure http://www.gov.pe.ca/photos/original/HPEI_dentalprg.pdf

®Youth Empowerment Programme:
The Youth Empowerment Programme PEI that operates as an after-school programme in neighbourhoods and schools is offering its annual March Break Youth Camp for junior high students aged 11 – 15. The Programme is designed to help youth with sharpening their literacy skills, creating various forms of art, and planning projects that can help the community.

The camps will accomplish this through the following activities:

  • Playing cooperative sports
  • Sharing stories with morals
  • Group discussions
  • Creating art projects – music, drama, painting
  • Planning projects to help their community – visiting seniors and children to share games and stories

Lunch is provided. The camps are meant to be affordable to everyone, so the cost is $40. However, full scholarships are automatically available if it’s needed.

Please contact 902-217-5780 or email peijunioryouth@gmail.com

®Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Soccer Club:
The Sherwood-Parkdale Rangers Soccer Club offers recreational and competitive programs for all ages.
In person registration dates for 2020 season:
Saturday, April 4 10:00am to 2:00pm. Room 234 House of Sport (Royalty Center)
Wednesday, April 8 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Room 234 House of Sport (Royalty Center)
Saturday, April 18 11:00am to 1:00pm. Room 234 House of Sport (Royalty Center)
Online registration will be available starting early April.
Please visit our website www.sherwoodparkdalerangers.ca and Facebook site www.facebook.com/SherwoodRangersSoccer  for more information on all our programs.

®Stonepark Girls Spring Volleyball Club:
The Stonepark Girls Club will be starting March 23rd .
Monday & Thursday – skill development – 5:00 pm – 6:45
Wednesday – Scrimmage – 5:00 – 7:00 pm – Enter by the side gym door
All girls going to attend Stonepark are encouraged to participate – coached by
Larry Young and Assistants.
NO Charge or registration required.

 

 

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