Important Dates 2023/2024
(May be subject to change)
Thursday September 7th Parent Orientation
Friday September 8th Clean Team NO CLASS
September 11th-14th Staggered Entry
September 15th & 19th First Full Day
Friday September 29th National Day of Truth & Reconciliation (Day in Lieu) NO CLASS
Saturday September 30th Photo Fundraiser
Sunday October 8th Photo Fundraiser
Monday October 9th Thanksgiving Day NO CLASS
November 6th & 7th Photo Day
November 9th -14th Fall Break NO CLASS
Tuesday December 5th Clean Team NO CLASS
December 22nd-January 5th Winter Break NO CLASS
January 8th & 9th Classes Resume
February 15th & 16th Teacher’s Convention NO CLASS
Monday February 19th Family Day NO CLASS
Monday March 4th Clean Team NO CLASS
March 22nd-29th Spring Break NO CLASS
Monday April 1st Easter Monday NO CLASS
April 2nd & 3rd Classes Resume
Monday May 20th Victoria Day NO CLASS
June 18th & 19th Last Day of Classes
Newsletter and Calendar
Our monthly Newsletters and Volunteer Calendars will be coming to you at the beginning of each month via your email address. Please make sure you receive these updates and let us know if your email has changed. We will have a printed copy in the classroom for you to see if needed.
All parents are invited to attend our monthly board meetings. The Wildwood Playschool board is an excellent opportunity to meet new friends, have a more active role in your child’s first school experience, as well as have the opportunity to partake in priority registration for next year. For location, time and more information please contact email@example.com
- 4 1/2 cups water
- 6 tablespoons oil
- 2 cups salt
- 4 cups flour
- 8 teaspoons cream of tartar
- Food colouring
Add food colouring to the water. Mix all ingredients in a large saucepan until smooth on medium heat. Continue to cook and stir on a low heat until it forms a ball. Knead for 5 minutes on the counter. Let cool and then store in a large Ziploc bag or ice cream bucket.
Wildwood Playschool is Environmentally Conscious
We have a number of routines at Wildwood that support the Reduce/Reuse/Recycle theme.
We have a collection of reusable cloths for drying hands after messy work. Did you know we are saving more than 100 paper towels every two days? That would add up to more than 250 a week and more than 1000 a month and so on. Our parents wash the classroom cloths to enable us to have a supply available at all times.
We reuse fruit cups, paper towel rolls, plastic, yogurt containers, cardboard and many other collectables. We are reducing our need for some craft materials with this reusing.
Our efforts in reusing are exemplary. We also collect composting in the classroom to collect fruit and vegetable snack bits. This is all soooo important!! And we should be proud of our efforts!!