Spring Fling and Bike to school Day

Tickets will be on sale tomorrow! Every game, activity and treats require at least one ticket! It’s a fun evening and a great way to raise money for the school! Each ticket is 50 cents!


Bike to School Week is a fun, week-long celebration promoted by the Town of Stratford. Glen Stewart Primary School will be supporting this initiative by encouraging the students and families of our community to bike to school the week of June 5th to 9th. We will end this week long event with a celebratory “Ride to School Day” from the Stratford Town Hall on Friday, June 9th with a rain date scheduled for Monday, June 12th. Students and families who would like to participate in this day are to meet at the trail that borders Shakespeare Drive in front of the Stratford Town Hall by 7:45 a.m. The planned departure time will be at 7:55 a.m. We are asking parent(s) and/or guardians to accompany their child or children in Kindergarten and Grade 1 on this ride. Grade 2 and 3 students are free to bike without their parent(s) and/or guardian(s) but we encourage everyone in our school community to participate. Upon arrival students will be line up in their grades along the trail with our Grade 3 students taking the lead, followed by our Grade 2’s, Grade 1’s and Kindergarten students. We will have some chaperones that will also ride with the students to the school as well. The Town of Stratford will be providing refreshments at the end of the ride in the school gymnasium for those who have participated. We are also looking for a couple of parent volunteers to ride with student(s) and to help bikers cross the road at Glen Stewart. If you are interested please contact Chris Meuse at cpmeuse@edu.pe.ca.


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