Kindergarten Registration

Enroll by the end of February! You will need to bring the following documents to the school:

* Proof of age for each child
* Name and phone number for family doctor
* Ontario Health Card Number (optional)
* Child's Immunization record
* Proof of address, including residence road name and 911 address

Junior Kindergarten students must be four years old by December 31, 2019.

Registering your child early helps us to plan in advance.

 

Volunteers Needed @ MBS

MBS is in need of some Volunteers for the following:

1. Headlice Checks;
2. Winter Electives - Skating;
3. 1 Male Volunteer - Winter Electives - Swimming - for help in the boys change room.

If you have some spare time and wish to volunteer your services to assist our staff and students, please contact our office at 705-687-2162.

Just a friendly reminder - we will require a police records check, including a vulnerable sector check, as per TLDSB board policy. Please request a form from our school.

 

School Messenger App

Please click on our link to learn how to set your preferences for Home2School Communication,  including emails, phone calls and text messages.

SchoolMessenger Parent Communication September 2018

Professional Activity Days

Download Our New District App Today!

Stay in touch with Trillium Lakelands District School Board by downloading our new mobile app! Download on your mobile device today and select yes to receive push notifications with the latest news and updates from the District.

More info and link to download here.

Key Features

Push Notifications: Select yes when you download the app to receive the latest push notifications from the district and your school.

Calendar Events: Add events to the calendar on your personal mobile device directly from the calendar section on the app.
News: Check out the latest district-wide and school news all in one place!

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

Muskoka Beechgrove Public School acknowledges that this land is the traditional homeland of the Ojibway Nation and the Huron/Wendat Nation, and now includes communities from the Mohawk Nation, the Pottawatomi Nation and the Metis Nation of Ontario.

Why do we say a land acknowledgement? Honouring the land is a tradition that dates back thousands of years for Indigenous Peoples.

Regardless of your personal ancestry and heritage, as people living on traditional Indigenous lands WE are ALL TREATY PEOPLE!

To learn more, have a look at the CBC news article called;
“What is the significance of acknowledging the Indigenous
land we stand on?”

http://www.cbc.ca/…/territorial-acknowledgements-indigenous…

land acknowledgement - beechgrove

MBS CONTEST ALERT

Dear Beechgrove families,

Further to my message about thoughtful communication in person and online have a look at this quirky video.
The first five families to answer both of these questions, will win a prize:

1. Find the message about how the author feels we should use the internet, and
2. Who can share a story about how your family uses the internet to spread kindness and happiness.

Good luck - email your response to carrie.madill@tldsb.on.ca for a chance to win!!!!!

Let's spread kindness online as well as in person - words and actions!!!

Thank you