The Kids Card Lunch Club continues and is now open to Grades 4 as well as Grade 5 and 6 students on Wednesdays. Kids learn how to carve art into rubber blocks with small gouges. These blocks can then be used to print on paper, fabric and more. This club is free and will run until April 4th to May 17th.
Instruction is offered by artist Amy Bond and volunteers in the school foyer from 11:30-12:35. Please note: the tools are sharp. Every effort will be made to focus on safety.
Please complete the permission form to sign up for the Kids Card Lunch Club.
Tomorrow, March 22, Falcons are encouraged to drink tap water and use reusable water bottles to raise awareness for drinking water and reduce single-use plastic bottles. Students will tally the number of times they fill up their reusable water bottles at Frankland’s water fountains on this day. The Big Gulp is part of Frankland’s eco month initiatives.
As you may already be aware, March is Frankland’s Eco-Month! The school will be participating in four initiatives to raise awareness and The Big Crunch is coming up next.
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 9th, Falcons will meet outside to collectively crunch on local Ontario apples and then compost the cores. The apples have been donated by Foodland in support of this healthy community initiative and will bring awareness to healthy and locally grown food options.
Plans for the annual Frankland Fun Fair are already underway. School Council would like to officially announce a Save The Date for the event on Sunday, June 4th, 2023!
This event is also not possible without the generous support of donors. Donations help to offset the cost of the always popular inflatables, carnival game rentals, entertainment and delicious food options.
If you have a business you would like to promote or know of anyone who might be interested in becoming a fun fair donor, please get in touch with Margot Darling at email@example.com.
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