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The Fun Fair is this Saturday from 10:30-3:30, but the excitement has already started to build…The Silent Auction has begun! Bid through the website at Silent Auction until 9 pm this Friday night.
And Fun Fair volunteers are still needed. Sign up at Fun Fair Volunteer Sign-Up.
In other news, there will be a community meeting on Monday June 11 from 7 pm to 9 pm at in the Hodgson Middle School gymnasium (282 Davisville Avenue) about the proposed new addition to Hodgson.
Saturday June 2. 10:30-3:30. The event of the season! All of Davisville will be there! Get your tickets and passes at School Cash Online! Note that both shows are magic shows; there is no animal show this year.
Volunteers are still needed! To sign up as a volunteer, please click on Fun Fair Volunteer Sign-Up.
There will be a mindfulness workshop with Miss Judy next Thursday, May 24, at 7 p.m. in the school gym. The workshop will include some details on Davisville’s own mindfulness program, as well as some discussion of the research on the effects of mindfulness on stress and anxiety. To obtain free tickets please click on: Mindfulness Workshop.
Also, a reminder that “Understanding Bullying”, with Joanne Kates, will be in our school gym tonight at 7 p.m., and a blanket exercise with Indigenous elder Dr. Robert Phillips will be in our school gym this Thursday at 7 p.m.
This Thursday Councillor Josh Matlow is hosting a meeting about the development right next to our school. To learn more please visit: Community Development Meeting.
Joanne Kates, director of Camp Arowhon in Algonquin Park, will be visiting our school on Monday, May 14 at 7 pm to give a talk and answer questions about combatting bullying. To register for free tickets, please visit: Kates Workshop.
And on Thursday, May 17 at 7 pm Davisville will be hosting a blanket exercise with Indigenous elder Dr. Robert Phillips. To register to free tickets, please visit: Blanket Exercise.
Davisville has a new program designed to raise funds to help out the TDSB’s visually impaired students. Each year the TDSB runs field trips to bring visually impaired students – who are ordinarily integrated into classrooms across the city – together for field trips. However the costs of actually transporting those students can be daunting. This year Davisville will send home slips asking for toonies to contribute to these transportation costs. School Council will match all donations.
For more on this program, as well as requests for volunteers for track and field coaching, Fun Fair and our snack program, please click on School Council Newsletter.