Big thank-you from Parksville Elementary

This whole village is indeed working with us to educate our children.

A very thankful staff at Parksville Elementary School sends out a huge summer bouquet to all of the wonderful people in our community who have supported our learning community this year.

This whole village is indeed working with us to educate our children.

We are blessed with very supportive families and a very active PAC who work extremely hard to support our K-5 children in their work and their play in countless ways. Another volunteer community starts early in the morning with a breakfast program, and others work through the school day  supporting  learners in all subjects in both French and English.

Even after the school day ends, another special volunteer shows up with his dogs, Molly and Murphy to help keep our school yard looking tidy.

We are also thankful for the many ways local business support our school and would like to say a special thank you to Quality Foods, Thrifty Foods and Tim Hortons for their ongoing support of children.

The danger in saying thank-you is that someone might not be named. Please know that you are all appreciated and as a staff, we are honoured to be doing this important work with such a generous and committed community.

The Staff, Ecole Parksville Elementary School

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