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REMINDER - QSP Magazine and Blooms Fundraiser - QSP Magazine and Blooms FundraiserNow that classes have been reorganized students are encouraged to participate in our QSP Magazine and Blooms Fundraiser.<div><br><p>All money raised through this fundraising initiative will go towards offsetting the costs of fieldtrips for all students.</p><p>We ask that you do the following to assist us with this fundraiser:</p><p>1)      Whenever possible, please order all items online at - <a href=""><strong></strong></a><strong> </strong></p><p>As this saves us a huge amount of paper work and sorting of orders and <strong style="text-decoration:underline;">your magazines, prizes and other items will come much faster.</strong>  You will also have access to a wider range of products to choose from.  Our Online ID# is 3719887</p><p>​2)      If you are sending in paper orders, please make sure you have the correct classroom teacher name. </p><p>If you have any questions please contact the school.  </p><p>We appreciate all of your support.</p></div>
Classroom Celebration Food Expectations Celebration Food Expectations<p>A focus of our new school learning plan involves improving the nutritional value of food that we both sell and eat at school.  Our spirit squad has already adopted some changes to support this initiative.  They are selling healthy popcorn in place of candy grams and candy canes.</p><p>Celebrations like birthdays, holidays and end-of-year classroom parties often involve foods and drinks that are high in sugar, fat, salt and empty calories. Tying less nutritious foods to celebrations sends the message that fun and 'treats' go together. This can lead to eating more of these foods (and fewer nutritious foods). Improving the quality of food prevents this from happening and puts the focus on the real reason for the celebration!</p><p>​Let's work together to make classroom celebrations both fun and healthy.  If you are sending food into the classroom with your child, please make it fruit or veggies instead of candy, cookies and cupcakes.</p><p>Here is a suggested snack list:<br> <br></p><ul><li>Veggies and dip</li><li>Whole grain muffins and fresh orange wedges </li><li>Fruit tray, fruit kabobs, cut up fruit</li><li>Whole grain crackers and cheese cubes </li><li>Yogurt, whole grain cereal and berries for parfaits</li></ul><p>Thank you for your support.</p>
Reminder - Community Apple Picking TODAY - Community Apple Picking TODAY<p>​Nottawa Elementary would like to extend an invitation to all of our families to join us for a Community Apple Picking. </p><p>On Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 5 - 7pm come out to the Kennedy Orchard located at 38 Townley St. to pick some amazing apples for your family. We are asking that a donation be made upon your arrival to gain access to the Orchard - all of the money collected  will be donated directly back to the Nottawa School Nutrition program. </p><p>We would like to thank the Kennedy Orchard and family for their generous support.</p><p>We are looking forward to seeing everyone there!</p>
Good Food Box Program Starts Next Month Food Box Program Starts Next Month<p>The Georgian Good Food box is a once a month order of fresh vegetables and fruit. Because the food is purchased at wholesale prices you end up with the equivalent to $30 worth of veggies and fruit for $15. You can purchase a medium box for $10 or large box for $15. Orders must be placed by the 2nd Wednesday of the month.  Pick up date is the 3rd Wednesday of each month at Nottawa School and you can pick up between 2:00 and 4:00. </p><p>We encourage everyone to visit  to place your order online using Paypal. Please follow the instructions for your box to be delivered to the School for pick up. </p><p>Alternatively, you may pay cash or cheque by visiting the school office and filling out an envelope in the green box.  Place your cheque or correct amount of cash in the green box in the school office.</p><p style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>Order forms for October are due: Wednesday October 12</strong><sup><strong>th</strong></sup><strong> </strong></p><p style="text-decoration:underline;"><strong>Pick up for October is: Wednesday October 19</strong><sup><strong>th</strong></sup> </p>
Reminder - Welcome Back Celebration – TONIGHT - Welcome Back Celebration – TONIGHT​​Please join us for our welcome back celebration today from 4:30 to 6:30.<div><br><p>Our hockey team will be selling pizza (cheese and peperoni), popcorn and juice outside on the Junior/Intermediate tarmac.  All proceeds will go to the hockey team.</p><ul><li>Whole Pizza (8 slices) - $10</li><li>Single Pizza Slice -$2</li><li>Juice Box -$1</li><li>Popcorn - $1</li></ul><p>Families are encouraged to meet and greet with staff and other families outside throughout the evening.</p><p>Classrooms will be open for students to visit from 5:00 to 6:00.</p><p>We hope to see everyone there.</p></div>



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