Announcements

Our fun and fabulous Christmas Fair is just days away — this Saturday, 8:30am-1pm. Get ready!

Read on for a few hints on how to really take in the spirit of the fair:

Exchange Baking for a Dress Down Day

This Friday, November 30th, we are offering a Dress Down (non-uniform) Day in exchange for Christmas Fair baking. Each student is asked to bring in a donation of baked goods suitable for sale at the Fair’s Baking Booth or at the Cake Walk. In exchange, students are allowed to Dress Down for the day. No time to bake? Feel free to show your support by bringing in a high quality, purchased baked good.
 
Calling All Volunteers
Many parents are signed up to help on the day of the Fair – thank you so much for your fantastic volunteer response! If you haven’t yet, please sign up here.

We are urgently looking for Christmas Marketplace volunteers, helping our Grade 6 and 7 student entrepreneurs with their chocolate sales, as well as helping serve tea/coffee. The Silent Auction team also needs more volunteers to help keep track of items and encourage bidding!

Poinsettia and Advent Wreath Orders
Poinsettias and Advent wreaths can be preordered this year. Guarantee that you get one by filling out the pre-order form and submit it to the office with payment by tomorrow morning at 8:45 am. Thanks for your support!
 
Raffle Tickets
As of this morning, all tickets had been signed out from the office. If you have unsold tickets at home (whole or partial books), please return them to the office as soon as possible. We have some children willing and able to sell tickets, so we’d love to be able to give them tickets to sell in one final push before the Fair. Remember that all tickets and monies need to be returned by Wednesday, November 28th.
 
Auction Catalog
Our spectacular auction catalog is coming out tomorrow!  Look for it online on our website. We’ve got a really fantastic selection of items—something that will appeal to everyone.

Thank you so much for contributing to our school and parish community!  Without your hard work and support, the Fair would not be possible.