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Attention Bus Student families - The STSCO Winter newsletter has arrived.  Please read for further information.  STSCO Winter Newsletter Nov 1 14.pdf
Morning Yard Supervision - Please be aware that before school from 9:05-9:20, students in Grade 1-6 are to go directly to the primary and junior yards where supervision is provided.

Pokémon is not permitted at school due to issues of theft and unfair trading.


Oct. 2 - The school newsletter of the year was sent home with the Oldest or Only child in each family.  
 In the interest of the environment, School Newsletter will be posted on the school’s website (http://newcastle.kprdsb.ca and follow the link to our newsletter). We will no longer be sending newsletters home with our students. Hardcopies of the newsletter will be available at the office.



Click here to download the new volunteer form volunteer form.pdf
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Newcastle School from above.  Courtesy of Mr Duke!
Please be sure you come to a full stop at the 3-way stop on Glass Court.  Durham Regional Police are on site almost every day.  They have been issuing warnings since Jan. but will now start to issue tickets.  Each ticket costs $110 so please be sure to come to a FULL stop.  Not only will this save you money, but it will keep everyone safe!  
 Please read the attached poster regarding vandalism in our Clarington community.   2014 Graffiti ad.pdf
Parent Involvement Corner - As parents and guardians, we all want our children to do well in school and in life.  Research shows students are more successful when their parents are involved in their education.  But what does parent involvement include?  KPR's Parent Involvement Committee - which includes parent, guardian and community representatives - reminds busy parents they likely are involved in their child's schooling already.  That involvement may include communicating regularly with the school; helping your child with schoolwork; attending school events; and more.  During the summer, in particular, parents can help their children keep up their literacy and math skills.  Watch the school website over the next few months for practical, easy ways to help keep your children learning throughout the summer months.  For more information on parent involvement, visit www.kprschools.ca

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Please read this important letter about internet safety.  KIK letter home.pdf
Please...have your children walk to school or ride the bus if at all possible.  Our parking lots are too small to handle a large volume of cars.  The south parking lot is dedicated to staff parking and is almost always full.  The north parking lot is dedicated to daycare staff, daycare parents, and those dropping off children for Junior and Senior Kindergarten.  The bus loop is closed and is to be used by buses only. We have several children crossing the area from the street and this helps maintain safety. As well, due to the number of buses that also come for presentations and field trips, we must maintain this area for buses only. We ask parents of children in grades 1 and 2 to drop their children off using the Glass Court entrance.  We ask parents of children in grades 3 and up to drop their children off using the Beaver Street entrance behind the school.  Thanks so much for helping us to keep our children safe!
        






































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NPS 1st EVER SOCCER FUN NIGHT!!! NPS is hosting it's FIRST EVER soccer fun night!!! It's on Thursday, October 23rd from 3:00pm-7:30pm and is open to ALL students in grades 4,5 & 6!!! email Mr. MacMaster @ bradley_macmaster@kprdsb.ca for more info or download the attached form!! Full Story...



NPS CHOIR and SINGING CLUB 2014 We have had an overwhelming number of students [over 100] try out for choir this year. Thank you to all the young singers who took the time and efforts to come and sing for us. We applaud you all. We have the two groups in order to accomodate our numbe Full Story...



NPS welcomes TORQ Percussion Quartet - Tues, October 7, 2014 NPS PROUDLY WELCOMES THE TORQ PERCUSSION QUARTET FOR GRADE 3-6 STUDENTS IN OUR GYM. THE TORONTO-BASED GROUP WHO ARE ABOUT TO CELEBRATE THEIR 10TH ANNIVERSARY TOGETHER WILL PERFORM AT 2 PM AT OUR SCHOOL FOR THE FIRST TIME. FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT Full Story...


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Mental health slogan contest KPR invites students, parents, guardians and staff to suggest short (five words or less), catchy and inclusive slogans for our mental health strategy. The submission deadline is Friday, November 21. The slogan should reflect three key points: we all need Full Story...



@kprdsb on Twitter Interested in getting immediate, ongoing updates on latest news at the KPR school board? Check us out on Twitter @kprdsb Full Story...



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