School News & Announcements
School Council is hosting their annual Snow Ball Dance this Friday February 24th from 5:30pm-8:00pm. Please visit the school cash online to order your tickets! Time is running out!
M.L. Bradley places the utmost importance on safety during the cold season and with the arrival of winter. They would like to pass on a few reminders. Here are some safety tips that children should follow to stay safe throughout the winter.
The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority and the Ottawa Safety Council are very excited to have the Walking School Bus at Chapel Hill! We hope the students will enjoy walking to school every morning with their friends, get lots of fresh air and help the environment too! For more information and registration please click here!
The Chapel Hill staff is ready to welcome everyone Tuesday morning!!!
THANK YOU FROM THE NADEAU FAMILY
As much as we have tried and wanted to express our thanks to each and every one personally, the amount of support and kindness we have received from the Chapel Hill School community has just been too vast for us to reach everyone. I would like to take this opportunity to reach out to the families of Chapel Hill School for all of your kind thoughts and support shown to us when we needed it most. We are so grateful for everything but especially to the students of Chapel Hill who rallied around Brody and Peyton with so many generous offerings of clothes and toys and friendship. As parents we are so thankful for our kids to be surrounded by such wonderful kids and be able to call them friends and to you as parents, you should be so proud of your children for their gestures of kindness, friendship and generosity. They are truly wonderful children. We have reached our landing spot and we are moving forward thanks to so much help from all of you. We look forward to the opportunity to “pay it forward” and continue to be part of such a wonderful school community.
Phyllis, Jason, Brody and Peyton Nadeau
Please click on the link below to view the May 2016 School Newsletter.
Chapel Hill School will be collecting plastic shopping bags all this week as part of our EARTH WEEK initiatives. We are participating in a Canada wide challenge. Please read below for details.
From April 18 - 22, 2016, elementary schools across Canada are challenged to collect as many plastic bags for recycling as possible from their homes and in their communities.
The school in each province/territory that collects the most plastic bags for recycling per capita is eligible to win a top prize of $3,000 to support environmental initiatives for their school or community. Second and third place winners are eligible to receive $2,000 and $1,000.
Send in your plastic shopping bags and help Chapel Hill school answer the challenge. This supports our Environmental Club initiatives at the same time.
Did you know that you can return used plastic shopping bags and Ziploc bags (as long as they are clean) to several local stores?
Please click on the following link to view the magazine. Great work Enviro Busters!!