This week was Pacific Heights annual winter breakfast. This year the menu consisted of not only pancakes and waffles but a bagel bar and cereal centre.
Over 300 people attended the breakfast this year and that kept the pancake makers busy. Many a breaker was blown, but in the end everyone was well fed!
Thank you again to our wonderful PAC executive and parent volunteers who are the reason this event is such a success.
During the event, tickets were sold for the basket fundraiser. One of our baskets was a BBQ! Don’t worry if you missed buying your tickets as you will have another opportunity on Thursday, the 17th before our Winter concert. Tickets are $2 for 1, $5 for 3 and $10 for 10.
This week we also said goodbye to Mr.Saide our longtime crossing guard. We had an assembly in his honour and some of our leadership students made a video. Check out the Surrey School District main website page and the Peace Arch News for the whole story of Mr.Saide and his volunteer commitment to our students. We will miss Mr. Saide and his friendly smile!
Saying goodbye to Mr. Saide. Image credit: Eric Saide Photography
Helping students cross on 24th. ave
On 176th st. as crossing guard for Grandview Heights Elementary
Next week we are looking forward to our Winter Concert on Thursday, Dec.17 at 1:00 pm. Please bring a donation to the Surrey Food Bank. Basket raffle tickets will be on sale along with baked goods and crafts.
Our Pacific Heights community is also helping to support 3 families this year. If you would like to help contribute, please contact our PAC president Lakhbir Johal at email@example.com
The holiday season has certainly sprung around the halls of Pacific Heights. The tree is up, and students have been creating all sorts of decorations and crafts. Check out some of the “happenings” from this week!
Grade 3/4 students made these adorable snowmen as a class craft.
Our media crew busy creating a video for our assembly next week.
The longest number. Students in grade 4/5 were busy trying to create the largest 2 numbers that when added together would result in a 10 in each column. It ended up taking up the entire hallway using every white board on hand!
The Christmas Tree in our foyer is so large, I couldn’t get the whole thing in the picture.
Art and crafts are everywhere!!
The Elf on the Shelf made an appearance in grade 2.
Ms. Holmes helping Lyndon with his marble works creation.
Next week, we have an assembly on Monday where we will be saying goodbye to Mr. Saide who has been our crossing guard on 24th avenue since the school opened. Mr. Saide will now be enjoying a well deserved retirement!
Thank you Mr. Saide!
Next week also brings our Winter Breakfast on Thursday from 7-8:30am. Tickets can be purchased through the PAC hot lunch site. Don’t forget to wear your pajamas!