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​Halloween and Anaphylaxis​Halloween and Anaphylaxis<p>For our students who have life threatening allergies to peanuts and tree nuts (walnuts, almonds, pecans etc.), Halloween really is a scary time for them as so many Halloween treats have peanuts or tree nuts in them.  They and their parents are always reading labels and not eating packaged treats that have peanuts or tree nuts in them.  No one wants to spend Halloween in the hospital with a life threatening allergic reaction!! We can help to make Halloween less scary for them.  Please take the time to read labels on all candy/treat packages.  If you see peanuts, tree nuts or any other nut word on the label, please do not bring the package to school – plan to eat the treat at home.  Remember too, that for candies/treats with no ingredient lists…”When no label, leave it at home!” Thanks for helping to “Reduce the Risk” of anaphylactic (anna-fill-lactic) reactions at our school.  A safe and happy Halloween to all of our students, parents and staff! </p><div> ​</div>
New Path offering child and youth mental health walk-in clinics Path offering child and youth mental health walk-in clinics <p>​In response to the increasing wait times for child and youth mental health services, and the increased need for such services, New Path has undertaken a service redesign that will provide more timely and responsive services to children, youth and families in Simcoe County.    New Path now offers Child and Youth Mental Health Walk-In Clinics in five office locations throughout Simcoe County: Bradford, Alliston, Barrie, Collingwood and Orillia.   Children, youth and families requesting service from New Path no longer need to call and complete an intake; they can simply attend one of the local Walk-In Clinics and will receive a single session intervention that day.  Should children or youth require further service, New Path will continue to offer a wide variety of community and school-based services as well as residential service and women’s service.  For further information, including the clinic locations, days and hours, visit or contact New Path’s central intake department at 705-725-7656. ​</p>
Milk Program Program<p>​​ The milk program will begin on October 16th.  This order will run from October 16, 2017 until March 2, 2018.  Please order using School Cash Online.  Deadline for orders was October 12, 2017. ​</p>
School Bus Safety Week and School Bus Driver Appreciation Day Bus Safety Week and School Bus Driver Appreciation Day <p>​​School Bus Safety Week takes place October 16th to 20th.  To support schools in promoting school bus safety to students, the Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium (SCSTC), in partnership with school bus operator, will offer bus evacuation training to all home-to-school transported students.  During this week, school bus drivers will educate students on how to evacuate a school bus safely in an emergency situation.   Wednesday, October 18th is School Bus Driver Appreciation Day in the province of Ontario.  It’s a great opportunity for the school community to thank our bus drivers for all their hard work transporting students to and from school safely.  For more information, visit the SCSTC website at  </p><div> ​</div>
VOLUNTEERS<p>​VOLUNTEERS are enthusiastically welcomed in our classrooms, to help with reading programs, school projects and field trips and more.</p><p>All volunteers must have a vulnerable screening check (police check) completed before volunteering.  ​</p><p><span class="ms-rteBackColor-4">IF YOU MISSED OUR ORIENTATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE AND WE WILL SET UP A TIME TO MEET WITH MRS. REYNOLDS TO QUICKLY GO OVER ALL PROCEDURES.</span></p><p style="text-align:center;"><strong class="ms-rteFontSize-4 ms-rteThemeForeColor-9-0">​ALL ARE WELCO​ME!</strong><br></p>
Pay for field trips, lunch days, etc. with School Cash Online for field trips, lunch days, etc. with School Cash Online<p>​If you have not already done so, be sure to sign up for school Cash Online.  This is our preferred method of payment for all school fundraising, including lunch days and field trips.  School Cash Online allows you to pay with your debit or credit card.  Follow these steps to get started; 1. Go to  or from our school website click on “Pay Fees” 2. Register and add your child to the newly created account 3. View and purchase items through echeck or credit card The School Cash Parent Helpdesk is available 24/7 to help you with registration, password recoveries or any other payment issues.  Call the helpdesk at 1-866-9611803 or email  </p><div> ​</div>
Triple P - Positive Parenting Programs P - Positive Parenting Programs <p>​​​Triple "P" Seminar Series<br>Three seminars for parents/caregivers of children 0 to10 years of age.<br>• The Power of Positive Parenting<br>• Raising Confident Competent Children<br>• Raising Resilient Children<br>Plan to attend all three!</p><p>DATE: Wednesdays<br>Oct. 11, 18, 25, 2017<br>TIME: 7pm<br>VENUE: Ontario Early Years Centre,<br>13 Wellington St. W., Allistonn</p><p>Pre-register by calling OEYC Alliston at 705-435-4308.<br>Childcare is not available.<br></p>



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