Milk Orders January 2018

Milk Orders – Now on Lunchbox!!

We are very pleased to announce our milk is now being offered on Lunchbox.  It will be available to order soon.

Milk delivery begins Tuesday, January 9, 2018.  White and Chocolate are $ .75 each.  Just go onto and get started.

If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, please contact the office.


Staffing Announcement

Dear Families,

At the Board meeting on December 11th, it was announced that our Vice-Principal, Ms. Murray, was appointed Principal of Westminster Public School starting January 8th, 2017.  We will have a retired principal, Mrs. Harris, joining us for the month of January.  In February, we expect to have a new Vice-Principal appointed to our school.

Please join us in wishing Ms. Murray all the best in her new role!

Bake Sale at the Winter Concert

Holiday BAKE SALE!!

🎄 On Wednesday, December 13th, during our Holiday Concert, we will be having a Holiday bake sale!! 🍪 We are calling out to all of our talented bakers in the Watson community to bake a little something PLEASE! 🎄

Not a baker? NOT A PROBLEM! 💦 We are also accepting monetary donations that will go towards our fundraiser.  🍽 If you would like to make a donation, please email 💚

The fine print…. please remember that we can have no nuts in the baking and if you could please make sure all of your baked goods are packaged or wrapped and labeled. 😬 Proceeds raised from the bake sale will be divided between a local charity in our community, the purchase of technology and other school initiatives. 💙📱💚

Let’s make this night a huge success!! 🎉SEE YOU THERE! … and Thank you 🎄


Dear Families,

Our Kindergarten students through to grade four classes along with Mrs. Black’s 4/5 class invite you to attend a Holiday Concert on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017.

Kindergarten Concert will run from 6:15 p.m.-6:40 p.m.

Grades One through Four Concert begins at 7:00 p.m.

Kindergarten Families please note the doors will open at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday December 13th. Please drop your Kindergarten student off at their classroom between 6:00 p.m. and 6:10 p.m. and then go to the gym. The kindergarten performance will begin at 6:15 p.m. An intermission will occur at 6:40 ish. Please come at that time to pick up your child from the classroom. If you have older siblings performing in the grades 1-4 performance, you may bring your kindergarten child into the gym for the remainder of the concert that begins at 7:00 p.m. Thank you in advance for your promptness.

The grade one through to four concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. Students can be dropped off at 6:45 p.m. to their classroom or designated supervised areas between 6:45 p.m. and 6:50 p.m.  Students in grades one through to four are welcome to join their parents as audience members during the Kindergarten concert as there will not be any supervision prior to that timeframe.

We look forward to sharing this special time with you. There are plans for a Talent Show for students in grades four to eight later in the school year.

December Trustee Message

Message From Our Trustee

 In November, about 1,000 students, staff members and community partners came together from across the Board to form a Ring of Peace and stand together against hate, discrimination and intolerance. The student speakers at the event shared meaningful messages about the importance of feeling welcome, valued and respected.

At York Region District School Board, we are committed to listening to the voices of our students and communities. We will continue working with our school communities to ensure our schools provide safe, welcoming and inclusive environments for everyone.

Last month, our annual Quest conference brought together educators from across Ontario, Canada and around the world to share, learn and discuss how to foster well-being in schools. Some of the themes covered included equity and inclusivity, and safe and caring environments.

It was a wonderful opportunity to learn more about some of the positive things happening in our own schools and other districts. In recent months, we have had several international visitors come to our system and schools to learn more about the work in our system to support student achievement and well-being, including Qatar, the Netherlands, Texas and the United Kingdom.

We are pleased to have these opportunities to continue highlighting and sharing the great things happening in our schools thanks to our outstanding students, staff members, families and community partners. Your engagement makes a difference in our schools and I encourage you to continue getting involved in the life of your child’s school.

As we enter the holiday season, I am once again impressed by the generosity of our school communities and our students’ commitment to helping others.

Best wishes to everyone for a safe and happy holiday season and a wonderful start to 2018.