Monday, June 29, 2020
We made it!! In what has been the most unique and challenging school year of my career, I can honestly say that I would not have wanted to experience
this with any other community, than CHPS. Thank you for all your support and patience as we navigated these uncertain times.
As we look ahead to the Fall, unfortunately, I don’t have any concrete answers for you. The school board is working with the Ministry of Education and
Public Health to plan for September. We are expecting some firm direction by mid-August.
As it stands now, the school year will begin for SK to Grade 8 Students on Tuesday, September 8th, while our JK students will start school on Thursday,
Traditionally, on September 8th, we would meet students on the school yard at the 9:15 a.m. bell and staff would have signs indicating “Grade”, where
the appropriate students would gather. From there they would line up with their teacher and be taken to their new classrooms. While we most likely
will follow this same process, we will wait until plans are finalized for what a return to school will look like.
We would ask that over the summer, you check your email periodically. When we receive information, we will relay it to families. We will do our
absolute best to keep you informed over the summer months.
Stay safe and healthy over the summer. Take some time to re-charge and enjoy your family and friends.
Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: One of the SCDSB’s strategic priorities is equity, diversity and inclusion. This has always been at the forefront of our work at CHPS. As a school
community, we acknowledge the existence of systemic racism in society, and the importance of addressing it. We share responsibility in standing up
against racism, hate and oppression of all kinds.
It is our collective responsibility...
• to listen
• to teach
• to learn
• to reflect
• to be grateful
• & to recognize the needs of others.
Thank you to our CHPS community for being teachers & learners as we continue to work together to make things right for all people. We will prioritize
this commitment when we return in the Fall.
From the Office:
Report Cards were issued via SchoolMessenger email to our Parent One contact by the Simcoe County District School Board on Wednesday, June 24th.
Report Cards that were returned as undeliverable have been printed and mailed via Canada Post. If you believe your child’s report card was not received,
please call the school voicemail at 905-778-4323 ext. #1 and leave your child(s)name, teacher(s) name and we will have that mailed to you as soon as
The Office Staff want to wish you all a safe, happy, and relaxing summer break! We are all looking forward to seeing your beautiful smiling faces in
September. Stay Well Commanders!