As you may know, we are inviting parents and guardians to participate in a survey to support student achievement and well-being. The timeline for the survey has been extended to May 31, 2017. If you haven’t already had the opportunity to complete the survey, we would encourage you to please take 15 minutes to complete the survey online.
Paper copies are available in English, Chinese, Farsi, Gujarati, Hebrew, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Tamil, Urdu and Vietnamese. If you prefer to complete the survey on paper, please contact the school to request a paper copy. If you complete the survey on paper, please return it to the school in the envelope provided.
The surveys provide the Board and our school with valuable information about how you feel about the school and your child’s education. Results from the survey will be used to identify areas to be addressed, monitor progress, and plan strategies to support students.
The information you provide will be anonymous and individual responses will be kept strictly confidential. Individuals will not be identified in any reports resulting from this survey.
We appreciate your participation in this voluntary survey. Your thoughts and insights will help further our vision as we work together to promote student achievement and well-being.
If you have any questions, please contact the school.
Richard Erdmann Monica Wand
Monday, May 15, 2017.
Dear A.M.P.S. Families:
RE: Coyote-like animal sighting
Today, we were advised that a coyote-like animal was sighted near the school in the area of the park near Ford Wilson Blvd. & William Booth area. Because the notice was received late in the day, it did not affect school operations including outdoor gym classes or outdoor recess/lunch. As a precautionary measure only, we have advised the York Regional Police and the Town of Newmarket.
We will continue to closely monitor the school yard. As always, the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. If you are aware of the animals please notify authorities immediately, do not approach them or offer them food or treats. If you have any information about these animals, please call York Regional Police directly at their non-emergency number: 1-866-876-5423, or in an emergency, call 9-1-1.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at (905) 895-9466.
Dear Muir Families:
The survey is available online in English, and in paper copies in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Farsi, Gujarati, Hebrew, Korean, Punjabi, Russian, Sri Lankan Tamil, Urdu and Vietnamese. Please contact the school to request a paper copy.
A survey box is available at the office to return your paper copy surveys should you choose to complete the survey in hard copy rather then access the link above.
We thank you in advance for your input!
Richard Erdmann & Ms. Wand