Lost & Found Donation

This is a reminder that the NRP Lost and Found is still overflowing. At the end of each term, all the clothing and good food containers are washed, packed up and sent off for donation.

You have until the second week of December to claim any items before they are donated.

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After-school Programs for Winter 2018

MONDAY: Sea Smart – Ocean Explorer (For Gr.1-4)

Date: Jan. 15 to Mar. 12, 2018 (except Jan. 29, Feb. 12 & 19)

Time: 3:00 – 4:45pm

Room: D110

Cost: $180 per child (includes cool t-shirt)

Register: seasmartschool.com

TUESDAY: TBD

WEDNESDAY: LEGO Robotics (For Gr. 1-6)

Date: Jan. 10 to Feb. 28

Time: 3:15 – 4:45pm

Cost: $228+GST (Early bird registration before Dec. 1)

$240+GST (register after Dec. 1)

Register: http://daedalosacademy.com/events/robotics-program-at-norma-rose-point-school-winter-2018/

THURSDAY: Young Rembrandts – Drawing Class (For Gr. 1-6)

Date: Winter – Jan. 25 to Mar. 15; Spring – Apr. 19 to Jun. 7, 2018

Time: 3:05 – 4:15pm

Room: D110

Cost: $140/session (tax & supplies included)

**SAVE $20, register both Winter & Spring sessions

(2-payment option available)

Register: http://www.youngrembrandts.com/metrovancouver/

FRIDAY: Vanchess – Chess Classes (For Gr. 1-7)

Date: Jan. 12 to Mar. 16

Time: 3:00 – 4:30pm

Cost: $150

Register: http://www.vanchess.ca/

2017 Math Challengers TEAM Tryouts

There was a mistake on the previous post about the Math Challenge Club, the tryout is for Math Challengers Team not the Math Challenge Club. Please see the correct info below:

If your child is in Grade 5-Grade 8 and interested in trying out for the Math Challengers Team please register through the link below.

Tryouts will take place Thursday December 7 from 3:15pm to 4:00pm In room A216

https://nrpmathchallengeclub.wordpress.com/2017/11/21/2017-math-challengers-team-tryout/

6 spots left for Dec. 1 Babysitting Course

Red Cross Babysitting Course

So you want to be a babysitter? Or, your parents want you to take this course so they feel confident leaving you at home alone? Babysitting with First Aid Hero emphasizes learning through real life scenarios. information covered includes: Exploring the business of babysitting, creating safe environments, safely caring for ages 0-12, and first aid skills.

Where: Norma Rose Point, Friday Dec.1/17, 8:30-3:30

Who: Grade 6+   

Fees: $60 + GST online registration

http://www.firstaidhero.com/babysitting-vancouver.html

NRP Debate Club – 1st In-house Debate

After more than a month of hard practice, NRP Debate Club will have their 1st. In-house practice debate match @ Salish Sea Pod tomorrow (Nov. 23) afternoon from 3:15pm to 5:15pm, it will also allow them to warm up for their next week’s off-campus competition. The format is CNDF( Canadian National Debate Format). Debating skills involve high level of public speaking, listening, note taking and rebuttal etc. Debaters need to show certain commitments to be able to join a competition. Everyone is welcomed to come and watch the competition Quietly. (please don’t disturb debater’s speech)

– NRP Debate Club

Lunch Volunteer Signup

All NRP Families,

PAC runs a 5-day lunch program, which is heavily depending on parent volunteers. Without volunteers, we cannot have this program.

If you are looking for volunteer opportunities and have 1 hour spare time from 11:30am to 12:30pm on weekdays, please consider volunteer for NRP PAC Lunch Program. Now we have an independent volunteer signup portal, which allows you to signup without a MunchaLunch account. To become a lunch volunteer, please go to PAC Website, click on “Lunch” – “Lunch Volunteer Signup” to signup your available dates.

Thank you for volunteering!

 

Parent Conversation Group is back!

The NRP Parent Conversation Group is back!

Date: Friday, November 24, 2017

Time: 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Location: NRP Learning Commons

Topic: “What did you do at school today?” (or, Strengthening Parent-Child Communication)

Talking with our children is an important way to find out what and how they are learning in school. Do you have questions about how to engage your child in meaningful conversations about school? Or do you have suggestions for fellow parents based on your own experience? All parents are welcome to come share their concerns and ideas.