New PAC Executive

Visit our PAC page (under the About our School tab) to see who is doing what on our awesome 2017-2018 PAC (Hint: Heather Yeatman is our new prez!!!) 

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Welcome Back

Welcome back to another year of learning and fun here at Columbia Park Elementary.  Class lists will be posted on the main doors Friday afternoon. Things get started on Tuesday September 5th with our Mug n Muffin.  Parents are encouraged to come to school at 9:30 with a ‘Mug’  so they can enjoy a coffee.  We’ll have some muffins and cookies too.  It’s a time to meet and mingle, and chat with other parents, children, and school staff.  At 10:00 the bell will ring and students will head off to their classes until 12:00 at which point they’ll be dismissed. See you there. Don’t forget to look at the Google Calendar below with information on school events for this upcoming year … oh yeah, and follow us on Twitter @ColumbiaParkSch for daily updates on all that’s awesome at CPE!

2017/2018 School Supplies Information

Columbia Park Elementary School

Our school once again has decided to go forward with a bulk purchase of school supplies , this upcoming school year.  This means that families will not have to buy school supplies from a list; rather, supplies will be bulk purchased by the school and will be ready and available for your child(ren) when they arrive in September.  The student agendas will be included in the supply fee.  It was decided to maintain the cost of agendas and supplies at $37, payable on the first day of school, September 5th.  Families with more than two children are only required to pay a maximum supply cost of $74. (If possible, families often ‘round up’ and pay $40 – the extra money generated is helped to offset costs for families in need). Parents may also choose to opt out and purchase their own supplies. For those parents, see the supply lists below  for the 2017/2018 school year.

Kindergarten

Grades 1 to 3

Grades 4 to 7

Satisfaction Survey

Students in grades 3,4,5,6,and 7 will be completing the BC Ministry of Education Satisfaction Survey in the next few weeks.  Of course, we use this information to help us implement programs and to guide us in our planning for the future.  If you would like more information, please see the following Ministry of Education website HERE.   There is also a Parent Survey, but only parents of grade 4 and 7  students are invited to participate in the survey. Please click HERE if you have a child in grade 4 or 7 so you can finish the survey.

School District #19 (Revelstoke) – Columbia Park Elementary