What’s coming up?
- November 2019 – Indigenous Education Month at the TDSB
- Monday November 4 – Friday November 8th – Treaties Recognition Week
- TODAY – Tuesday November 5th– “Scare away hunger food drive”– Gledhill classrooms are collecting food to donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank to help support families in our communities. Please bring non perishable items to the boxes in your classrooms!
- TODAY– Tuesday November 5th- Picture retake day
- Monday November 11th – 1030am- Remembrance Day Assembly in the gymnasium- All are welcome to attend
- Thursday November 14th from 330-6pm- Special Family Event- Scholastic Book Fair. Volunteers needed from 330-6pm http://bit.ly/scholastic18
- Thursday November 14th – Thursday Nov 21st – Scholastic Book Fair in the school library. Volunteers needed from 830-1140am http://bit.ly/scholastic18
- Thursday November 14th- Progress Report Cards go home
- Friday November 15th – Last day to buy Marlies tickets
- Friday November 15th – PA DAY
- Thursday November 21st 6-730pm- Parent Council Mtg in school library. All are welcome. Child care and pizza will be provided
- Friday November 22nd – Movie Night at Gledhill in the gym- film info to follow
- Saturday November 30th @ 130pm – Marlies Game at Scotiabank arena.
Highlights from today’s announcements:
- Good morning! Please stand for the Land Acknowledgement and our National Anthem.
- We acknowledge we are hosted on the lands of the Mississaugas of the Anishinaabe , the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and the Wendat. We also recognize the enduring presence of all First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples.
- O Canada
- Please be seated. Make sure you are listening to anything that is relevant to you.
- Today is Tuesday November 5th and it is Day 4 in our schedule. Our character theme for November is Empathy and here is something to think about. “When you decide to give yourself to a great cause, you must arrive at the point where no sacrifice is too great.” – Coretta Scott King
- Primary choir is today at 11:45am
- Students helping with the Remembrance Day Assembly please meet in room 30 at lunch. Thank you.
- Band and Strings are today at 9:30am
- Grade 4/5 girls interested int he girls basketball team, please see Mr. Webb first recess outside the gym office.
- Students in grade 5 if you are interested in helping out at the book fair, please come to the library today at last recess.- Ms. Kopka
- Announcement from Ms. Bambrick:
- The Treaty Relationship: In 1763, King George of Britain issued The Royal Proclamation, confirming the original occupancy of Indigenous Peoples and paving the way for land agreements between the British Crown (government) and Indigenous Peoples.
- The proclamation:
- established how the British would manage land in North America following the Seven Years War
- proclaimed that settlers could not live on the land until the Crown had signed treaties with the First Nations who occupied the territories
- Among the earliest treaties was the 1764 Treaty of Fort Niagara, which put a renewed focus on peaceful relations between the British and First Nations, affirming and extending alliances. The goal was to support military and commercial relationships between the parties. Many First Nations upheld this alliance by supporting Britain in the War of 1812, ensuring the survival of British North America.
Note: These announcements are typed up daily and posted by a parent volunteer on the Gledhill School Council’s Communications Committee. Edits or omissions are made occasionally to protect the privacy of student identities. Some days part of the announcements are read by the students in French. For the purposes of these posts, announcements will be in English
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