Argyle School Remembers

Argyle School's Remembrance Day Program on Nov. 9 was well attended.  Corporal Hamelin, who served three peace keeping missions, spoke about the rights we enjoy as Canadians.  She shared her story of being a Metis woman who was able to fulfill her dream of serving in the RCMP and as a Canadian peace keeper. Thank you to Ms. Adema for the art mural.

Family Game Night

Friday, November 30th, 2018
6:30-8:00 PM
Argyle School Gym


Please bring your family’s favourite board or card game(s) and join us in
the Argyle School Gym for a fun family evening.
● All games are welcome but those that include larger numbers are best.
● Families and siblings welcome – no supervision will be provided.
● Start time: 6:30 sharp so that we can all join a group to play!
● If you don’t have a game to bring, come any way – there will be lots available to choose from

Remembrance Day

Argyle School will have a Remembrance Day Program on Friday, Nov. 9 starting at 10:50 am.

Students will listen to Corporal Karen Hamelin from the RCMP.  She will share her experiences from having completed three peace keeping missions. Parents are invited to attend.

Absences Add Up!

Did you know?

  • Being on time for school sets your child up for a great day of learning.
  • Even in Kindergarten, absences can cause children to fall behind in their learning.
  • Missing 10 percent (or about 18 days) can make it difficult to learn to read – a critical future skill.

 
Please take a moment to view this video featuring local community Leaders as they discuss the importance of everyone focusing on school attendance. Attendance Matters - United Way Regina