Summer Teen Volunteers

Summer Teen Volunteers Greetings from Kitchener Public Library! Kitchener Public Library has some great volunteer opportunities for students this summer. We invite your students to volunteer with us after their grade 8 graduation. They can provide hands-on help with our children’s programs, read aloud to kids or do registration for our summer reading club. In […]

Grade 6 to 7 Transition Open House

Grade 6 to 7 Transition Open House – May 18, 6:00-7:00 pm Margaret Avenue Public School invites parents, caregivers and their grade 6 student to attend an open house and learn all about the Margaret Avenue learning community! Hear an address from our Principal and explore the school! This is an opportunity to find out […]

Impact of Social Media on Tweens/Teens

Margaret Avenue invites parents and caregivers to attend a special event presented by KW Counselling about the “Impact of social media on tweens/teens”. Join in the conversation with KW Counselling Services about raising our kids in a social media world and what impact it has on our family relationships. Learn why our kids love social […]

2016-2017 Safe, Caring and Inclusive School Survey Parent/Guardian Information Letter

The Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) is committed to providing safe, caring and inclusive places for everyone in order to help students learn and succeed. One way to find out how best to do this is to ask students (Grades 3-11), staff and parents/guardians how they feel about their school and their interactions with […]

Friday, April 7, 2017 is a PD Day for all students

Friday, April 7, 2017, is a Professional Development Day for all elementary and secondary schools, which means students do not need to be in school. Below you will find a summary of how teachers and staff will spend their day. Teachers Elementary and secondary teachers will spend the day developing the school improvement plan for […]

Safe, Caring & Inclusive School Surveys for parents/guardians

We are committed to providing safe, caring and inclusive learning environments for everyone to help our students learn and succeed. One way for us to find out how best to do this is to ask students in Grades 3-11, staff and parents/guardians how they feel about their school and interactions with teachers and other students. […]