Wild Child Afterschool Program

Registration now open for Wild Child Afterschool programs!

Wild Child is offering Afterschool programs at West Royalty School again this spring on Thursdays Afteschool. List of programs: (https://peiwildchild.wordpress.com/programs/). Wild Child is an all-outdoor program designed to connect kids to the natural world through immersive free play! At Wild Child, kids play games, explore the woods, learn bird calls, and PLAY outside rain or shine!

To register, fill out a participant information form (https://wildchildatlantic.ca/pei-participant-information-page/), once completed, you can register your wild child in the programs you would like! Our staff will follow up with you regarding confirmation and payment information.

We believe that all children have the right to play outside! To reduce cost as a barrier to participating in our program, we are able to provide a portion of spaces in our program at a reduced costs/free! Thank you to the generosity of United Way PEI, Rotary Club of Charlottetown, local businesses, and individuals to make this possible!! Please fill out this form to apply for a reduced cost/free space within our programs!

For more information or any questions, email peiwildchild@sierraclub.ca, call 902-940-2263, or check out our website at wildchildatlantic.ca!

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Green Shirt Day

Last April, Canadians rallied together in support of the victims, survivors and families of the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash.  This year, the family of Logan Boulet is holding the first annual national Green Shirt Day in honour of their son and the Broncos family, and to increase awareness about the importance of organ donation. Green Shirt Day is on Sunday, April 7, but schools and workplaces are being asked to participate on Monday, April 8. Before Logan Boulet was fatally injured in the Broncos bus crash, he had registered his decision to be an organ donor and discussed his wishes with his family. The 21-year old defenceman went on to save six lives with his generous gifts. In the weeks that followed, Logan’s story inspired more than 100,000 Canadians to become registered organ donors. This became known as the “Logan Boulet Effect”. Now, the Boulet family would like that legacy to continue through an annual Green Shirt Day (greenshirtday.ca, #GreenShirtDay). It is hoped that schools will join in this movement of hope and inspiration by wearing green or a hockey jersey on April 8.

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“Be Seen In Green” Friday, March 15

Tomorrow, Friday March 15 – School Spirit Day – Staff and Students are encouraged to wear Green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

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Spring Picture Days March 28 & 29

Spring Picture Days are Thursday, March 28 – Friday, March 29
After Picture Day, the easiest way to order pictures is on Mylifetouch.ca using your Portrait ID and Access Code. We will also send home paper order forms.

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Cookie Dough Pick Up

This is a friendly reminder that cookie dough pick up will be held tomorrow, Thursday, March 7th from 2:30-6:00. Since orders must be refrigerated, orders not picked up can not be held but will be generously donated to a local food bank.

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