On Friday, November 23, 2018 Bobcaygeon Public School education staff will be focusing their learning primarily on School Improvement Planning: Connecting Well-Being and High Achievement. Please see agenda below. November 23 PA Day ELEMENTARY AGENDA (Parent-Teacher interviews are held the previous … Read More
The Laker flag is at half mast for the rest of the week, as a show if respect for our beloved crossing guard, Roy “Scoop” Jacobs who passed away yesterday. Our school community would like to express our sympathies to … Read More
Parents/guardians, students, educators, and organizations have the opportunity to provide feedback on the education system in Ontario. By participating in the Consultation: Education in Ontario, you will be asked to share your thoughts on seven key consultation areas including standardized … Read More
If you live in the fine, town of Bobcaygeon, you may have seen some of these awesome young people dropping off bags to collect non-perishable food items for the Bobcaygeon Food Bank. Our We Team is in full swing with … Read More
Thousands of people visited the Haunted Village at the Settler’s Village in Bobcaygeon on Saturday evening. 25 Lakers from our school supported this community event, braving chilly temperatures to bring scariness and Halloween spirit to the attendees.
Ms Janke and Wesselink’s classes are preparing to deliver a spooky spectacle at Settlers Village this Saturday night! 25 awesome Laker volunteers will be giving their time to help run the Haunted Village. Let’s see if you can spot any … Read More
On Friday, October 26, 2018 Bobcaygeon Public School education staff will be focusing their learning primarily on fundamental math processes and skills. Please see agenda below: October 26 PA Day ELEMENTARY AGENDA 9 a.m. Introduction to the Fundamentals in … Read More
Class photos and individual student pictures will be taken on Wednesday, October 10th. Be ready to say cheese!
Yesterday, Lakers from Grades 3-5 had the opportunity to attend an annual event that motivates students in grades 4-6 to become water stewards in their homes, classrooms and communities. The Halliburton, Muskoka, Kawartha Water Festival allows students to do hands-on … Read More
Tomorrow, Lakers will be observing Orange Shirt Day, among with many other TLDSB schools. We do this to honour indigenous students who were taken from their homes on this date, in history, to attend residential schools across Canada. We also … Read More