It is hard to believe that we are already beginning to think about Kindergarten for September of 2014. However, before we know it, that first day of Kindergarten will be upon us and new Kindergarten students will be arriving at our doorstep!
If your son or daughter will be five by December 31, 2014, he or she is eligible to attend Kindergarten in the fall of 2014.
We invite you to call the school at 791-8510 or drop by to register your child for the fall (September 2014) term. At that time, you will be asked to provide us with general registration information (Name, Address, Phone Number, Parents’ Names, Child’s Date of Birth, …) regarding your son or daughter.
You will be contacted later in the spring regarding a parent information meeting and an orientation activity for our new Kindergarten students.
Finally, we know there are families within our school community who will have a child who will be eligible for Kindergarten in the fall of 2014 and currently have no siblings attending George Lee. We would very much appreciate it if current George Lee parents would pass on this information about Kindergarten registration to all our families.
Linguist Bill Cook visited George Lee School to teach students the translation and pronunciation of the Cree version of "O Canada". Click here to listen to vocalist Akina Shirt sing the Cree version.
Please feel free to visit Ms. Hines and Ms. Irvine's School Wikis to see some of the exciting things they are doing at George Lee.
Please feel free to visit http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=ced327b1ab29a5aacfadb2dd0&id=2d68424878&e=6e200af2d2 to see information on the Early Years Family Centre.
Wednesday, April 9th - Arts Ed Showcase Assembly @ 1:00 pm
Friday, April 11th - Spring Photo Day
Thursday, April 17th - Author Eric Wilson visits George Lee
Friday, April 18th - Good Friday, NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
April 21-25th - Spring Break, NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
Monday, April 28th - Robert Munsch week for kindergarten students
Tuesday, May 13th 7:00 pm - 'Staying Safe in Cyberspace:' presented by Cst A. Seiber, School Resource Officer