FRI Mar. 6 – Action Friday – Walk in Bowness Park
FRI Mar. 6 – Term 2 Report Cards issued
MON Mar. 9 – Healthy Hunger – Subway
FRI Mar. 13 – Action Friday – Nakiska Ski Trip
Our large bus will depart at 8:30am from the school and return between 5:00-5:30pm
Hallway Leader Program
We have started a Hallway Leader Program, implemented to help make North Point the most safe, caring a welcoming school environment possible.
Hallway Leaders will be an extension of the staff as they help their peers navigate safely through the lunch hour recess. Hall Leaders will be positive in their orientation and approach in helping students remember where they are supposed to be, encouraging their peers to be respectful and intervening in any situation whereby they feel safety of their fellow students in being jeopardized. Teachers will be readily available to support, guide and mentor our hallway leaders as they will be performing supervision duties during recess as well.
Our Hallways Leaders also possess the authority and privilege to present a 5R recognition award at the end of each week. This award recognizes an act of being Respectful, Relentless, Resilient, Resourceful or Resourceful. Students that are presented with an R get their names included in a draw for a wonderful prize handed out at each Townhall Assembly.
The boys had an opportunity to apply for this leadership position and went through an interview process. Mr. Devost will be accepting further applications as we go along from boys that have demonstrated they can handle the responsibility of being positive leaders.
Our first two Hallway Leaders are Dominic and Brendin
Reasons for being a Hallway Leader:
- Dom: To develop my leadership skills
- Brendin: I want to help the teachers and help kids improve
List reasons why this job is important to the success of North Point:
- Brendin: We will be able to emphasize and model the 5R’s
- Dom: To help people be more respectful
5th Annual “BOYS IN BU$INESS” Business Fair
On June 6, 2020, hundreds of Calgarians (including you we hope!) will come to North Point and shop at the small businesses managed by our young entrepreneurs. “Boys in Business” is one of Canada’s largest children’s business fairs. The annual Business Fair is a high-visibility community event and key North Point School tradition – participate now to be part of this legacy!
- Information package with guidelines, online business plan, video resources, FAQ’s and more.
- Watch the 2019 4th Annual BOYS IN BU$INESS Business Fair video on our.
PLEASE HELP US WITH SPONSORS/DONORS
- This annual event is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors, supporting donors and volunteers. As a parent, you can help us by getting involved.
- Be a Corporate Sponsor
- Send information to a potential Corporate Sponsor
- Become or solicit a Supporting Donor
If you work for a company with a community grant program tell them about our Fair. If you know of a potential sponsor or supporting donor send them a link to our sponsorship package. Cash donations are eligible for a charitable tax receipt, and can be designated towards specific aspects of this annual event.
The 2020 “Boys In Business” Corporate Sponsorship Package and application form are available online. You may also contact Bruce Groberman, Director of Financial Education, at 403.617.7690 or email@example.com for more information.
ATHLETICS & SQUADS
FROM THE CALENDAR
StoryBook Theatre Presents: The Neverending Story.
Everyday from Feb 14, 2020 – Mar 14, 2020 at 12:00 am – 12:00 amTakes place February 14 to March 14; check website for show times. StoryBook Theatre Presents, The Neverending Story. Hiding in a closet to avoid bullies, Bastian becomes immersed in a strangely compelling book: the tale of a hero’s quest to save the realm of Fantastica from the encroaching terror of the Nothing. But is Bastian just a reader of this extraordinary story or a vital part of it? Filled with spectacle and wondrous other-worldly creatures, this beautiful tale of the trials of childhood and the triumph of creativity will delight and inspire the whole family! Rated PG. Recommended for ages 8 and up. To purchase tickets, visit the website.
|Location:||Beddington Theatre Arts Centre: 375 Bermuda Drive NW|
|Category:||Family Fun, Fun for Kids, Youth Activities|