McBride music teachers look forward to welcoming you to the music concert on May 15, 2019.
Concert Start time: 5pm
Drop off to regular classroom: 4:45pm
Pick up from classroom: Students are to be picked up immediately after the concert. This
should be just before 6pm. Please do not try to collect your child during the concert. It is unfair and distracting to those students performing later in the concert to have the audience leaving during the concert!
Concert Dress: Wear a bright coloured top (the same colour worn for your Walkathon) and dark bottoms.
Concert Start Time: 6:00pm
Drop off to regular classroom: 5:45pm
Pick Up from classroom: After concert at around 7:00pm
Concert dress: Wear a bright coloured top (the same colour worn for your Walkathon ) and dark bottoms.
For a limited time, McBride Spiritwear is available online.The password for the online store is eagles.
Please order by April 30 May 5!!! Items will be delivered in mid-May. Please ensure you write the correct division for your child so we can deliver it to the correct classroom.
Thank you to Jenna from the Rick Hansen Foundation who came to speak to our kids about accessibility and inclusion on Pink Day. Thanks also to the students for their wonderful musical performances and their dancing.
From Vancouver Coastal Health: (Full press release here)
A total of eight measles infections have been identified in Vancouver this week.
Measles is a highly infectious disease that spreads through the air. Close contact is not needed for transmission. The disease can also be spread through sharing food, drinks, cigarettes, or kissing an infected person.
Symptoms of measles include fever, cough, runny nose, and red eyes, followed a few days later by a rash that starts on the face and spreads to the chest. Complications from measles can include pneumonia, inflammation of the brain (encephalitis), convulsions (seizures), deafness, brain damage, and death. An infected person can spread measles before knowing they have been infected. People are infectious to others from four days before to four days after the onset of rash.
If you develop the early symptoms of measles, please call your doctor’s office first and tell them that you think you may have measles so they can book you in at a time that will ensure you don’t expose others. This will allow your doctor to take precautions to protect other patients. Please also call Vancouver Coastal Health’s Public Health Team at 604-675-3900 for advice and to report any illness.
To get your vaccine contact:
- Raven Song Community Health Centre
- City Centre Urgent Primary Care Centre
- Your family doctor or pharmacist
For more information on immunization rates at Sir Richard McBride Elementary and other schools visit Vancouver Coastal Health’s immunization coverage page.