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  • Brookville News We would like to welcome everyone back from the holidays!  It was so nice to hear our students sharing stories of how they created great memories with family and friends traveling south, enjoying winter activities or just staying warm inside drinking hot chocolate by the fireplace.  2019 surely came in with some interesting weather. Within a week we have gone from +8  to -17 degrees Celsius with the wind chill. Parents, please ensure that your child comes to school dressed for the cold temperatures.  Snow pants are recommended for students who enjoy playing in the snow and an extra pair of mittens or socks can come in handy when these articles of clothing get wet.FDK Registration  Kindergarten registration for ...
    Posted Jan 11, 2019, 10:00 AM by Margaret Napier
  • Brookville Buzz If you are not receiving our Brookville Buzz please contact the school and we will ensure you receive our weekly communication.  We hope you stay dry and have a great day!!
    Posted Sep 11, 2018, 4:07 AM by Margaret Napier
  • School Messenger The Halton District School Board has transitioned to a new Student Absence Reporting system called SchoolMessenger. Families can register for SchoolMessenger through the SchoolMessenger website (go.schoolmessenger.ca) or the HDSB Mobile App (available for download on the App Store or Google Play). Forinformation on how to register for SchoolMessenger and how to report absences for your child, please visit the HDSB's website at hdsb.ca and search "SchoolMessenger". --
    Posted Aug 30, 2018, 4:55 AM by Margaret Napier
  • PIZZA DAYS Pizza will be offered for sale on Mondays.  The first term, pizza will start on Monday September 24 and run for 10 weeks until Monday December 3, 2018.  Payment must be made on schoolcash by September 18, 2018,
    Posted Sep 12, 2018, 10:36 AM by Bev Smith
  • Parking Lot Reminders Just a friendly reminder to our parents and caregivers that when dropping off or picking up your students before and after school, to please use the Kiss and Ride area only. With all of the buses arriving, it is too unsafe for students to walk across the parking lot. As well, this allows our buses to have easy access, so they can drop off our students safely. Thanks for your attention to this!
    Posted Sep 1, 2017, 7:14 AM by Bev Smith
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