Howard P.S. Bike Rodeo: May 4th and 5th

Bike Rodeo

Our Community Police Officer, Officer Eric will be putting on a Bike Rodeo for grade 2 to 5 students at Howard Public School.  On May 4th, students in grades 2 & 3 will participate in the Bike Rodeo, and on May 5th students in grades 4 & 5 will participate. The Bike Rodeo will focus on teaching our students a variety of biking skills, and bike safety. Students must provide their own bicycle and bike helmet in order to participate. Unfortunately without the proper equipment, students will not be allowed in the Bike Rodeo.

Please find listed below the dates and times for our classes to participate. The classes have been divided between the two time slots on each day in order to accommodate numbers and grade groupings.

MAY 4th – Grade 2 and 3 students:

May 4th (Day 4), 2017: 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.

Grade 2 students from Mme. Decaudin’s class – Area 26

Grade 2 students from Mme. Durrant’s class – Area 42

Grade 2 and 3 students from Ms. Foster’s class – Area 34

Grade 2 students from Mr. Ing’s class – Area 28

May 4th (Day 4), 2017: 10:40 – 11:40 a.m.

Grade 3 students from M. Celaj’s – Area 32

Grade 2 students from Mme. Cochrane’s class – Area 27

Grade 3 students from Mme. Desilet’s class – Area 41

Grade 3 students from M. Tchaptchet’s class – Area 33

MAY 5th – Grade 4 & 5 students:

May 5th (Day 5), 2017: 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.

Grade 4 students from M. Frasheri’s class – Area 39

Grade 4 students from Mme. Maitland’s class – Area 37

Grade 5 students from Mr. Ganly’s class – Area 40

May 5th (Day 5), 2017: 10:40 – 11:40 a.m.

Grade 5 students from Mme. Demianiw’s class – Area 43

Grade 5 students from Mme. Gaudreault’s class – Area 31

Grade 4 and 5 students from Ms. Reece’s class – Area 35

Parent volunteers are needed for both days and time slots. If you can volunteer, please come at 9:00 a.m. and meet Ms. Mankiewicz and Officer Eric outside in the North yard (Howard Park side).


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This account is run by volunteers of the Howard Junior Public School Council, the parent and family council that supports the school with fundraising and other initiatives.

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