June 3 - Gr. 3 - Upper Canada Village Field Trip
June 12 - Book Fair
June 12 - Rochin' Family Fun Fair
June 16 - Gr. 6 - Year End Trip
June 17 - Talent Show
Please click HERE to see information about our Rochin' Family Fun Fair.
We would like to extend a HUGE thank you to the Roch Carrier School Council for our Kinballs. Our students are having a fabulous time!
Labour relations update:
Please click HERE for the latest update on the labour relations.
Please see the links below for information on our new health curriculum:
Please click HERE for an important notice for parents of students registered in the extended day program.
Looking ahead to 2015-2016
Our staff will soon start to think about class placements for next year. If for any reason your child will not be attending Roch Carrier ES next year, please let our office staff know as soon as possible.
School Yard Cleanup
We would like to thank all the families who came to cleanup our school yard. The families collected 37 bags of yard waste. Our yard has never looked better!
Primary Play: It's a Jungle Out There!
Our Spring Cake Walk:
Thank you to all the parents who baked the delicious cakes. Over $700.00 was raised.
The Children's Village of Ottawa-Carleton is coming to Roch Carrier in September 2015. Click HERE for more information.
Me to We and Pink Day
Our school brought 20 students to We Day at the Canadian Tire Centre to experience the vision and energy to change the world. The students have come back pumped with ideas and suggestions that we are looking forward to experiencing.
Our first leadership activity was to lead "Pink Day", a bullying awareness activity where every student and staff pressed their pink hand print on a school poster and pledged these 4 items:
1. Include others.
2. Help students who are bullied by speaking out and getting help.
3. Stand up and speak out about bullying.
4. Not bully others
The We group have another outstanding leadership cause that they will share with the School Council and our community next month.
Students saw a performance of Jack and the Giant this morning:
Litterless Lunches on Fridays
Fridays will now be litterless lunch days at Roch Carrier Elementary School. We are encouraging all families to send lunches with reusable containers and NO garbage on these days. Please click HERE for further information.
Morning drop off:
Please do NOT use the bus lane to drop off your child in the morning from 8:15 - 8:30. The School buses require the full lane access for safety. We will be using pylons in the morning to prevent any cars from parking in the bus lane.
Please DO use the "Kiss and Ride" area for drop offs.
Please click HERE to see information on our Roch3 program
Madame Poirier's grade 2 class is Rochin' the Roch3:
Student Lunch Monitors
Some parents have been curious about the role of student lunch monitors at Roch Carrier.
Many of our Grade 6 students act as classroom monitors during our nutrition breaks. These monitors are a key part of our school team working to ensure that the nutrition break is a safe, enjoyable experience for our younger students, and that children get outside for recess in an efficient manner. Our monitors ensure that students are in their seats, eating their lunches, chatting quietly, and behaving safely. They often help students opening lunch containers, ensure they have a chance to visit the washroom if needed, and help with tricky outdoor clothing in the winter. During inclement weather, the monitors help supervise in the classroom.
There is always a teacher supervising the area who is ultimately responsible for student safely and behaviour, and who is called immediately if there are any issues. Thanks to our lunch monitors, our nutrition breaks run very smoothly!
We are now accepting Kindergarten Registrations for the 2015-2016 school year.
Please click HERE for information on the registration process and to complete an online registration form (new for this year!).
Please click HERE to see our school profile.
Please drop in anytime for a visit.
ONLINE HOMEWORK HELP IN FRENCH: VOILA LEARNING
All OCDSB French as a Second Language students K-12 now have access to Free online French Homework Help.
Partnered with the ODCSB and uniting dozens of French teachers, the team at Voila Learning is excited to provide FREE ONLINE FRENCH HOMEWORK HELP to your children/students registered in French as a Second Language programs.
All your student needs is:
*Access to a computer (at home)
*An internet connection
Register at voilalearning.com, and you will receive an e-mail every Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 letting you know that a teacher is available online to help your child every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings from 4:00pm - 8:00pm.
Register your child today (it's free)
Parent Support Workshops offered by Family Services Ottawa
Please click on the workshops in the list below for more information:
Reminder - Please remember to email (email@example.com) or call the school (613-254-9256) if your child will be absent.
Student/Family Information Update -
If any information regarding your child changes such as address, email, phone number, please let the office know as soon as possible.
The School Council has just launched a new website! It is a great resource for staying up to date with the latest information, checking the buses, weather, calendar and much more. The first time you view it you may need to hit refresh on your browser in order to load the new site. You will know you have the new website if you see a picture of the school at the top of the page. Check it out at www.rochcouncil.ca.
Click HERE for a Quick Reference Guide to Safe Schools Procedures in the OCDSB
Please click HERE to see details about the food program being offered at Roch Carrier Elementary School for the school year and the steps for creating an account on our on-line registration system.