We are now in the fourth and final term of the school year. Students and parents have had a chance to reflect on the learning so far this year at this week's parent teacher/student led conferences. Thank you to teachers, students and parents for making this process a valuable opportunity. Looking forward, this term will mark the close of one chapter and the beginning of another. There are a number of memorable transitions that will occur. Our Kindergartens will become big Grade 1 students. Our Grade 6 students will become high school students. Our Grade 12 students will graduate and be off to enter the workforce or attend post secondary education. Each of these transitions marks growth and achievement. These are moments to celebrate. Students, be proud of the work you have done to get where you are! Parents, be proud of the child you have raised and their achievements. Teachers, be proud of the work you have done to support the learning of these students. This part of the school year has always been one of thoughtful reflection for me and this year is no different. As I take stock of how far everyone has come this year I am very proud of our Wolf Pack. We have achieved a lot together!
I would like to take this opportunity to extend a special thank you to Mr. Pacholko for his work here this year. Mr. Pacholko is leaving us to continue his education in a very worthwhile field, Alzheimer's research. We wish him all the best in his new endeavor.
With that, I am pleased to welcome Mr. Mohr to the teaching staff. Mr. Mohr will be teaching Mr. Pacholko's classes until the end of the school year. We look forward to getting to know him! Here's to a great final term everyone!
Yours in Education,
Mrs. Desirea Binning