Hello RO families. It was wonderful (and emotional) for all of us to see so many of you out today during the Royals Parade. It reminds us of how special our students and families are and how much we miss you. if you have any pictures or videos of the parade including ones of your children and their signs please send them to email@example.com. We were so busy waving ,smiling (shedding a few tears) and calling out to say hello that we didn’t get many pictures. A special shout out to our SD60 bus driver Melissa who was such a good sport and navigated us expertly and safely. Yes, we have so much to be thankful for this Thursday!
Hello again Royal families! This week’s resilience building topic covers the importance of finding and coping with feelings. Check out these links from EASE which gives simple but timely advice on helping children understand the mix of feelings they may be experiencing at this time. EASE at Home K to 3_Finding Feelings and EASE at Home 4 to 7_Finding Feelings
If you or your children would like to share stories of ways you have faced worries or problems, or simply showing your “WE CAN DO IT!” attitude, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please let us know ways we can help support your family during this trying time.
This week we encourage families to continue looking for the beautifully painted rocks hidden around our community. We ask that rocks found on our school grounds be left for others to find and enjoy. Thank you to all the students and staff who participated in this Earth Day Challenge and helped to spread messages of kindness and hope. RO does rock!
We’ve all been trying to keep up our “attitude of gratitude” and are so amazed by the pictures and videos students have sent in this week to show yours as well. ROYAL hearts are THANKFUL hearts! Have a look.
Don’t forget, join us tomorrow morning at 10:00 am on our facebook page (Robert Ogilvie Elementary) for our virtual Team Spirit Assembly!