Coyotes Howl April 12 – 16

Masks and Water Bottles

Dear Parents and Families,
Happy Sunday. Thank you for your support with the updated covid guidelines that we have been working with. A reminder that masks are now required for students in grades 4 – 7, and masks are encouraged for students from kindergarten to grade 3.
Please also help us by making sure your child packs a water bottle.
We thank you for your help and support.


Parents should know that at school we have been asking students not to dig in our fields. We typically also ask for sticks to be left on the ground.

We are finding that we are still having issues with students digging holes and trenches in our fields after-school and on weekends. Some of the holes have been small enough for someone to step in and injure themselves and some holes large enough for students to hide in. The digging has created safety issues for our evening user-groups and for the community that walk through the schoolyards and do not realize the holes are there. It has also become an issue for district staff since they are pulled off of other jobs to repair the holes. We are monitoring the digging during school hours but again it seems as though kids are also doing this when school is not in session. Please help us by monitoring this if you bring your kids to the school during non-school hours. Please also have a conversation with your kids if they visit and play at the school on their own.  

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Reading Link Challenge this year.

Beach Grove had 5 teams participate.

The following students are to be recognized for a for a job well done:

Ainsley, Teya, Ruby, Layla, Polly, Thea, Marley, Grayson, Lexi, Everleigh, Alina, Brody, Isabelle, Georgia, Billy, Rae, Carter, Frankie, Charles, Lukas, Bailey, and Ellen

The following students will be moving on to the district challenge later this month.

Bailey, Lukas and Ellen

We wish them the best of luck.



A reminder that we have class photo day scheduled for April 19th. Please know that class photos will look different as per current Covid Guidelines. Photos will be outdoors and students will be spaced apart. We appreciate your understanding.


Our next PAC meeting is Wednesday, April 14th via zoom.


Our district is in the process of moving to a new email client. I have personally started this process a little bit earlier than most of our staff. Please update your contacts with my new email address


Please note the early dismissal at 2:00pm on April 21 and April 22 for conferences. Teachers will be reaching out to parents with more information.



The city and the school district has provided a new cedar tree for our school. The Cedar Tree has historical and cultural significance in indigenous culture. We will celebrate with class activities on Earth Day.


  • Wednesday, April 14 – Previews go home
  • Wednesday, April 14 – PAC Meeting at 6:30 via zoom 
  • Monday, April 19 – Class Photo Day
  • Wednesday, April 21 – Early Dismissal for Student-Led Conferences at 2:00pm
  • Thursday, April 22 – The Giving Tree Celebration
  • Thursday, April 22 – Early Dismissal for Student-Led Conferences at 2:00pm