- Go to the school’s website www.collingwood.org
- Select Parent Portal under Quick Links
- Follow prompts and enter your User Name and Password
- Once logged in, click on your child’s name from the drop down box in the top right corner
- Under the Student tab and in the Report Card section, click on the PDF icon to the right of November 2016 Report Card
- For your PCR username or other support please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Term One Report Cards
The purpose of the end of term report card is to provide parents with specific and meaningful feedback with respect to their child's progress. The report card reflects work completed since the beginning of the year and highlights areas of strength and opportunities for improvement. The report also provides feedback to families with respect to the students’ work habits. The three key areas of focus are responsibility, independence and attitude.
When reading your child's report card:
- Start by reviewing the performance indicators/scales at the top of the report card
- Take time to read your child's report card with them
- Discuss the personalized comments with your child - focus on the work habits and effort
- Ask your child what he or she feels went well this term and ask if there is a specific area they would like to focus on for improvement
- Set one or two attainable goals for term 2 and write them down
- If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child's teacher directly
On Tuesday, November 14th the grade 6 and 7 students in Key went to the Museum of Anthropology. The grade 7 students focused on the intricate masks to deepen their understanding of identity, while the grade 6 students focused on creation stories. The sunny skies allowed the students to go outside and explore the grounds which included lunch in the longhouse and watching a totem pole being carved. As a special treat Ms. D’Aoust and Ms Kaye took the classes across the UBC campus to check out the full whale skeleton. All students were excellent ambassadors for Collingwood which made for a very successful trip.
As we enter flu season and the dark days of winter student illness increases.
Please help us keep the Collingwood Community Healthy by keeping your children at home if they are ill or unwell.
Please take a moment to review the Student Illness Policy.
Many thanks for your support.
December 5th, 6th and 7th from 8am-7pm Wentworth Campus Library
Scholastic Books is returning to our Wentworth Campus Library on Monday December 5th through to Wednesday December 7th. This is the school's biggest library fundraiser and is a wonderful opportunity to add to your home library or possibly sneak in some holiday gift shopping. There are publications for every reading level, including teens, so Morven families are encouraged to drop by. Volunteers are needed to ensure this popular event runs smoothly. We need help in areas such as manning the cash registers and helping shoppers find the perfect book. Come and experience some yummy treats in our volunteer lounge!
For more information, please contact Scholastic Book Fair Co-Chairs - Lina Villamil and Milena Litherland at email@example.com or signup here.
Watch out for special contests, with gift certificates to be won! Don’t forget to visit us during the Christmas Concerts!
Scholastic Book Fair Hours:
Monday, December 5th - 8am to 7pm
Tuesday, December 6th - 8am to 7pm
Wednesday, December 7th - 8am to 7pm
NEXT WEEK IS TARTAN FUND WEEK
We are strongest when we work together. That’s why we ask for 100% participation in the Tartan Fund campaign. Please make your gift to the Tartan Fund on Giving Tuesday on November 29th.
Tuesday, November 29
- Tartan Fund Giving Tuesday
- Grade 4-7 - Public Speaking Celebration Assembly, 8:50am-10:00am
- Grade 4-7 - Choir singing at Park Royal Shopping Center, 1:00pm-2:20pm
- Term 1 lunch program ends
- Grade 6T visit to Sharing Abundance Service Trip, St Agnes Anglican Church, North Vancouver - from 10:20am-1:20pm
- Grade 6-7 Unbounded trip to West Vancouver Aquatic Centre – Happiness Project, 11:15am-12:45pm, West Vancouver Aquatic Centre
Monday, December 5, 2016 : Katz Telfer Gymnasium
5:00-5:30pm Kindie Christmas Concert
6:00-6:30pm Grade 2 Christmas Concert
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 : Katz Telfer Gymnasium
5:00-5:30pm Grade 1 Christmas Concert
6:00-6:30pm Grade 3 Christmas Concert
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 : Katz Telfer Gymnasium
5:30-6:00pm Grade 4 Christmas Concert
6:30-7:00pm Gr. 7 Band and Gr. 6/7 Jazz Band Christmas Concert
Thursday, December 8, 2016 : Katz Telfer Gymnasium
5:30-6:30pm Grade 5-7 Choir Christmas Concert
Term Two Co-Curricular Schedule Link
Coats for the Cold is an amazing fundraiser to help people who might not be as fortunate as you. Some people in our community don’t have the things they need to keep them keep warm. Could you imagine going outside in the cold rain in only a t-shirt and jeans? Coats for the cold is a "coat-raiser" that collects coats for the less fortunate through the North Vancouver Salvation Army. We collect all sizes of coats. The coats must be washed and lightly used.
Cambridge Uniform holiday hours
We will be closed during the holidays from December 18th-28th
We will be open the following days:
Thursday December 29th 11:00am-4:00pm
Friday December 30th 11:00am-4:00pm
Saturday December 31st 9:00am-2:00pm
We will return to regular hours of operation as of Tuesday, January 3rd