It is hard to believe that we are only entering the month of December.  It appears that we could be in for a long winter!  We sincerely appreciate your flexibility and support as part of our school community when we are required to make decisions about school closures and delays.  When winter storms arrive on PEI, it is our policy to follow the directive of the Public Schools Branch with regard to school delays and cancellation when we are impacted by adverse weather and driving conditions; however, there are times that we are put in a position to make our own decision on the opening or closing of school (as in cases such as power outages, infrastructure issues, a death within the school/church family, or on a day in which public schools do not have regularly scheduled classes).

Classic Christmas Concert (Grade K-2)

Please join us on Thursday, December 6th from 2:30 – 3:00 for the presentation of a Classic Christmas Concert.  Students in Kindergarten through Grade Two have been preparing for the Christmas season by memorizing Bible verses, singing classic Christmas carols, and playing instruments. You won’t want to miss this sweet delivery of the Christmas story as the students share about the birth of Jesus.

Christmas Musical Program (Grades 3-6)

Please mark your calendars for a second Christmas production, this time hosted by the students in Grades 3-6.  Students will be performing a full-length Christmas musical titled “Straight Outta Bethlehem”. The focus of this musical is about how God adopts us into His family. Throughout the story the message is clear that no one is unwanted, no one is alone, and no one is an orphan, because God has bought us with the gift of his Son. This is a powerful message for children! God sent his Son as a baby straight outta Bethlehem to grow up, to redeem us and to die in our place. What a reason to celebrate!  All students are requested to attend both performances at both 1:30 in the afternoon and 6:30 in the evening. Students are asked to please arrive at 6:00 in order to get settled and performance ready.

Please note that there is a dress code for students in the choir. They are requested to wear black and/or white with optional gold accents. Our students will look sharp and professional for their big performance!

Island Hill Farm & Duke of Edinburgh Fundraiser

The Duke of Edinburgh Program participants invite you and your family to attend their “Goats with the Duke at Christmas” at Island Hill Farm on December 9th from 1 pm – 3 pm.  All proceeds from sales will be given to the program.  Children 5 years old and above are $11.50, and children ages 2-4 are $7.50.  For more information, please contact

Upcoming Assessments

  • Monday – Spelling Test 10 (we did not do this test on Friday as some students had been in the dark the day before and requested more time to study)
  • Tuesday – Language Quiz 10
  • Thursday – Language Test 5
  • Friday – Spelling Test 11

All for now!

Mrs. Bouter