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Spruce Ridge Community School
"Home of the Timberwolves"
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Message from the Principal


Welcome to Spruce Ridge Community School’s Website!

It’s the halfway point in the school year already! This is a good time to reflect on how the school year is going. Are you on track to meet your goals for this year? Yes…great! If not, it’s time to refocus your energies. Take time every night to review school work. Having your child re-tell their daily lessons or even “teach” you what they learned is a good way to consolidate learning.  You can’t beat a good book on a cold winter night. Take time every night to read with your child. One of the wonderful benefits of a good book is the discussion that follows its reading. This may be as simple as discussing what happened in the story (which helps you understand what your child comprehends), or as involved as having a discussion about a critical scene. The best thing, however, is when you start to share ideas with children you connect and communicate in a way that you would not be able to if not for that book.

Family Day is on February 16th. Take time to enjoy the new holiday by getting out with your children, perhaps tobogganing, playing a game, or just going for a walk. Enjoy the break and return to school refreshed. It sure is nice to have a long weekend in the middle of winter!

There have been a few staff changes lately.  We welcome Mrs. Jessica Elkins to our grade 5/6 Stocovaz classroom on Tuesdays and Fridays and we also welcome Mrs. Cindy Aitken to our grade 4/5 Hargrave classroom on Mondays and Thursdays.  In addition we are pleased that Cathy McArthur has increased her time with us here at Spruce Ridge.



Mike Bennett,
Principal


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