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Thank you to our wonderful neighbourhood for taking the time to keep an eye on activities around the school during the summer closure. We appreciate your time and care of our facilities. If you see something suspicious, please take a moment to phone the Surrey RCMP Non-Emergency Phone Number: 604-599-0502. Thank you again, and see you in September!
Happy last day of school everyone!! A quick reminder that children are dismissed today at 1:32. Enjoy your summer and we will see you in September!
Remember to wear your Canada Day wear today! Red and White Day!
At the end of the day in the front of school, the Adams Road PAC will be selling Freezies for $0.25 each, Pop for $1.00 each and Chips for $1.00 each.
Remember to wear your sports wear/jersey to school tomorrow for jersey day!!
Sports Day is Friday, June 14th and we are looking for parent volunteers to assist with running the concession. Please sign up below to help. Thank you!
A reminder to all track meet participants and drivers to meet in the gym at 8:15 this morning and for athletes to wear their Adams Road spirit wear if they have it! Anyone who has not yet volunteered, but are interested in doing so, please come to the gym as well this morning. Thank you!
We are in need of parent volunteers for tomorrow's track meet at Bear Creek Park. All schools participating are responsible for providing volunteers throughout the day. If you can help as a volunteer at the track meet tomorrow, please email Mrs. Da Costa at dacosta_t@surreyschools and indicate all times you are available: 12:00-1:30, 1:30-3:00, 3:00-4:00. We are especially short of volunteers during the afternoon. Thank you for supporting Adams Road Atheletes!
Division 5 will be doing a bottle drive on Saturday, June 1, throughout our school neighbourhood. If you have any bottles/containers for recycling, please put them aside for our grade 5's and 6's to pick up on Saturday! Thank you for your generosity!
Today is the last day to buy your Fun Fair wrist bands on Munchalunch! Sales end at 10 pm tonight! Get your's now!
Tomorrow, May 9, is the last day to order pizza on School Cash Online, for May 15!!
If you are bringing lunch for your child, please remember to have it to the school no later than 11:30, as the children will eat at 11:40 today. Thank you!
if you have a 3 or 4-year-old, please join us for Read, Set, Learn on April 26 from 9:30-11:00. RSVP to the school by April 24, at 604-595-1070.
Class photos are tomorrow, April 10!
If you are bringing a lunch to school today for your child, please have it here no later than 11:30! Thank you!
Do you have a child who will be 5 by the end of December 2019? Please come in to register now for Kindergarten, beginning September 2019!
Remember to order your spirit wear through adamsroad.schoolcashonline.com by Friday!
Tomorrow the Dance Team and Grade 2s are performing at the Bell Centre between 11:30 and 1:30 - no specific time has been provided.
Today is the last day to order Kernel's popcorn for the five dates! Thank you!
If you are brining a lunch to school for your child today, please make sure it is at the school no later than 11:20. Thanks!
Today is the last day to order donuts on https://adamsroad.schoolcashonline.com/
Please take a moment to review information regarding a recent internet safety issue that has arisen, regarding the "Momo challenge".
Dear Parent / Guardian
I want to ensure you are aware of an Internet-safety issue that has recently surfaced.
You may also soon see news media reports about something called the "Momo challenge". The challenge invites users on social media platforms to message an account called "Momo". The account may then send disturbing images and instructions for self-harm, as well as threats if the instructions aren't followed. It also warns not to discuss the challenge with adults. The challenge may also involve messages hidden in seemingly child-friendly games and videos.
Parents should have a conversation with children about safe Internet use and the risks associated with any "challenges". Below are links to a district brochure that may assist you.
Adams Road Elementary
Internet Safety brochure (English):
Internet safety - Surrey Schools
Tel: 604.596.7733 www.sd36.bc.ca District Info Sheet Cr.Feb/03.Rev.Aug/07 8040-03 (RCSS) Internet safety What are the concerns about access? The Surrey School Board believes access and use of
Internet Safety brochure (Punjabi)
Internet safety - Home - Surrey Schools
District Info Sheet - Punjabi Translation Cr.Feb/03.Rev.Aug/07 8040-03 (RCSS) Internet safety
Please take a moment to review the Lockdown Drill and Practice letter from Mr. M'Lot.
This week at Adams Road (Wednesday), staff and students in both the Main Building and the Portables will be practicing a School Lockdown Drill.
What Is the Purpose of a School Lockdown Drill?
A "Lockdown" is a situation where all staff and students stay in a secure location with doors locked and windows closed. Lockdowns may be necessary where there is an internal or external concern to the safety of the school occupants. As with fire drills and other safety programs, the hope is to familiarize students and staff with a procedure that they will be able to follow quickly, effectively, and safely.
How Are Lockdown Drills Designed and Implemented?
Lockdown drills are different from evacuation drills. Evacuation drills are designed to prepare students, staff, and other people in the school to leave the building quickly and in a pre-planned and organized fashion in the event of danger such as a potential fire, when conditions outside the building are safer than the conditions inside the building. In a lockdown drill, students are to clear the halls and report to the nearest available classroom where they are to remain out of sight and stay as silent as possible. Sometimes these drills are implemented with input and assistance from the school district's school liaison officer.
What Kinds of Procedures Are Followed During a Lockdown Drill?
Most schools follow similar procedures for lockdown drills, such as:
How Do Students Usually React to Lockdown Drills?
Most students react to lockdowns as part of the usual school routine, much as they would react to a fire drill. Sometimes they may find the change in routine a bit confusing or difficult. If you think that your child is likely to have such concerns (or expresses concerns to you), please reassure your child that lockdowns, like fire drills, are just one more way that adults make sure the students are safe.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at the school or send me an email.
Don’t forget to wear your Pink Shirt or BKind Shirt tomorrow, Wednesday February 27!!
Measles letter to SDs and Parents.pdf
Professional Day Tomorrow, February 22 - Students Do Not Attend!
Camp final payment is due today. Please log in to School Cash Online to pay your final camp fee!