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  • December 2017

    From the President Happy December! Hope you all had a great (although wet!) November. Things are ticking along at QPPS with lots of small projects on the go from grant applications to new dishwashers, websites to alumni list building. Many thanks to all the families for their ongoing work to keep the school running. And to our staff for continuing to amaze and thrill our children each and every week. Our last day of classes before winter break will be December 21st.  May you all enjoy the holiday season and find time to spend with your little ones during this very special time of year. See you in 2018! Best, Amber   Stay Connected Here are some helpful tips for busy families on the go – and now there really won’t be any excuses for missing the monthly meeting 😉 Add Queens Park Preschool to your Google calendar: Just add qpps.vp@gmail under “Other Calendars” Join our Closed Group on Facebook: Go to Facebook. Search ‘Queen’s Park Preschool 2017-2018’ in the search tab, request Join Group. You just need to give your class and child’s name and you will on your way for up-to-date information   What happens on a Snow Day? […]

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  • November 2012

    November Parent Education There will be no GM in November. You have the choice of four different options to fulfill your parent education requirements for the month of November: 1) Christopher Burt (seminar) – FAMILY SYSTEMS Topic: “The Family System” Location:  Marlborough Elementary, 6060 Marlborough Ave., parking lot off Dover Street Date: Thursday 15th November, 2012, 7pm-9pm Cost: Please note – There is a block of tickets for QPP members only. Let them know you are from QPP and you can go in. If you bring a non-QPP member, they must pay for their ticket. Open to the Public – $10.00 at the door. The Family System Seminar The Family System seminar explores not only what to expect from your preschooler, but also looks at tension in the parenting couple and extended family as a result of role changes, the emergence of sibling rivalry, and how (and why) parents inadvertently begin to actually ignore wanted behaviour in their children. When looking at the developmental stage of preschoolers parents often ignore their own developmental stages – both as an individual parent and as a family – and there are many ‘typical’ challenges to this stage of family development. www.christopherburt.net 2) Barry MacDonald (seminar)- […]

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