The Wolf Pack will be a sea of red, black and white tomorrow as show show support for our home team in game 5. Come to school wearing your Sens jersey or wear red to show your support! GO SENS GO
Our annual Mayfair celebration is just around the corner and our wonderful organizers need your help. Please follow the link to see what areas you can help out in. Without the help of parents just like you, this event will not be possible. Thank you in advance for your continued support of this amazing school community!
FMPS has signed up to participate in Lights out Canada as part of an Earth Day initiative. We have turned out lights and electronics from 1 to 2 pm where possible.
Please note that we will also hold our monthly Wolf Pack assembly this Thursday in the gym at 1:40 p.m. Parents are welcome to attend.
Our amazing Ottawa Senators are playing tomorrow and FMPS has declared it Team Jersey day! Come to school Wednesday wearing your Sens gear or red to show your support! GO SENS GO!
This year, the OCDSB will hold it’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception on Wednesday, May 20th from 6:30 to 8:30 at Algonquin College and will include the presentation of the Community Recognition Awards. The reception is an opportunity for the Board to express our thanks to parent and community volunteers for their help in schools at a District level. It is also an opportunity for volunteers to come together and learn more from each other.
A reception will take place during the first hour and include exhibit booths and displays, light refreshments and a cash bar. This will be followed by the Community Recognition Awards at 7:30 p.m.
The event is open to all volunteers in the OCDSB, including school council members, parent and community volunteers, volunteers who have coached teams or led clubs or activity groups, and members of advisory committees to the Board.
LOCATION: Algonquin College, Woodroffe Campus, Robert C. Gillett Building D, Salons A & B
(Free parking in Lots 8 and 9 after 5:00 p.m.)
All attendees are asked to register for the event so that we can ensure appropriate planning at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Volunteer_Appreciation_Event_2015.
Several FMPS classes have had the opportunity to take part in special brain day presentations offered by medical students at the University of Ottawa. These presentations outlined the anatomy of the brain and the importance of brain function on the whole body. The students were able to engage in hands-on activities that gave them an understanding of how the brain sends messages to the rest the body. These med students highlighted the fact that once neurons in the brain were injured, they could not regenerate and therefore made it clear that wearing a helmet during sports such as riding a bicycle and skate boarding were absolutely necessary. Students had the opportunity to touch jelly moulded brains to show how delicate brain matter is and why it is so important to protect the most important part of our body! We also learned about the 2 V 1 RULE to ensure the proper fit for helmets! Please see the picture below and check your child’s helmet this weekend.
Join us Tonight for our monthly School Council meeting from 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. in the school library. All parents are welcome to attend.