Thanks to everyone who signed up already, but our bake sale still needs more volunteers (for various tasks, not just baking!).
Sign up: here.
P.S.: if you’re planning to come and buy items (single ones or baked goods in bulk), why not reduce waste by bringing your own container? Thanks in advance!
The Pop-up market hosted by Frankland’s Social Justice Club was an incredible success! Thanks to the students, teachers, and parents who made this happen! And many thanks to the Frankland Community for their generosity.
$1,973 was raised!
The Social Justice Committee proudly presents: Frankland’s first ever Pop-Up Market.
When? December 9th, 10th and 11th at lunch.
What? Rafikis, ornaments, treats, fruit and much more will be sold.
–> All money will be donated to Nellie’s Women’s Shelter, a local shelter helping women and children who are experiencing violence, poverty and/or homelessness.
Fundraising Goal: $500
Dinner&Movie night = big success, even for the environment!
√ Beautiful signs for waste sorting
√ Fruit and vegetable prep
√ Bring-your-own-bottle initiative worked well
√ And lots of people even brought their own plates!
Thanks to the school and all the amazing volunteers who made this happen!
Please open the link below for The Lunch Mom news and Winter Menu.
LunchMom Winter Menu.pdf
The Grade 1 food drive has started and runs until December 12.
Frankland’s School Council is planning a bake sale in conjunction with this year’s holiday concert to raise funds for the school.
To volunteer for various tasks (not just baking!), please sign up here.
The Social Justice Club was sewing books today for Frankland’s upcoming pop-up shop (Dec 9, 10, and 11 during lunch).
And how cool is this: the paper used is G.O.O.S. (Which means ‘good on one side’)?
The goal is to raise $500 for Nellie’s Women’s Shelter.
Frankland’s first ever Pop-Up Market will take place on December 9th, 10th and 11th at lunch. A variety of items will be sold, such as rafikis, ornaments, treats, fruit and much more.
All money will be donated to Nellie’s Women’s Shelter (nellies.org), a local shelter helping women and children who are experiencing violence, poverty and/or homelessness.
…’Dora and the Lost City of Gold!’ Frankland student voted for it 117 to 65!
And our pizza vendor will be Pizzaiolo!
RSVP for this fundraising event (and help our volunteer organizers plan by letting them know how much pizza to order) here.
Don’t forget to bring your own water bottle!
On Monday, December 2nd at 8:15am join with teachers and school community members for an Information Picket outside the school. There will be petitions to sign and buttons, postcards and info flyers available.
Come show your support!
- Reverse the cuts to public education
- Fully fund the public education system that includes low class size caps from Kindergarten to Gr 12, excellent needs-based supports and resources, no mandatory e-learning and well-maintained buildings
- Commit to preserve the current Full-Day Kindergarten program model