Scheduling for April 29 – May 3

Hi Parents,

It has been a busy past three weeks here at the Elementary Campus. I wanted to draw your attention to a few things that are coming up in the next week.

Tuesday, April 30th: Queen Elizabeth Park Photography Field Trip

Thank you for signing the permission forms. Please ensure that your child has a CAMERA/old phone for the field trip as the purpose of the field trip is to practice our photography skills.

Thursday, May 2nd: Track and Field Meet

Please ensure that students are dressed appropriately and have a packed lunch, snack, and water. Parents are more than welcome to join us for the fun.

Friday, May 3rd: Guest Presentation

RCS has the opportunity to have a team member from the Reach Child and Youth Development Society join us on May 3 to talk about ways in which we are all similar, ways in which we all may differ and how we all have strengths and challenges. Students will have an opportunity to think about ‘social senses’, how we use then in our daily lives and what it’s like for people with autism to use their ‘social senses’.
Thanks for your attention. Have a wonderful weekend!

4L Chapel Video

Hi Class,

In case you want to watch the “on-screen” portion of the chapel again and delight your parents with your gorgeous faces and heart-felt messages, here it is:

4L Chapel 2019

Also, if parents have photos or videos, please kindly share them with the rest of us! 🙂 You can email me with a link and I can share that with the class via email.


Mr. Lam



Hi Parents,

Since we have chapel tomorrow, we will need the extra time in the morning to prepare. Please kindly arrive at 8:10am at the usual back door (by our classroom) where Mrs. Buffaloe will receive students and help them get ready.

Looking forward to tomorrow.


Mr. Lam

I Care for the World Week

Hi Students and Parents,

It’s that time of the year again as we raise donations to support International China Concern. On Friday, we watched a video and heard some stories from Ms. Semke about some of the needs of orphans and abandoned children in China. We were challenged to sacrifice our time, effort, and comfort to help others in need. Our theme in grade 4 is “Give Up to Lift Up.” We hope students will work hard to reach their goals (not only monetary) but take a risk to step out of their comfort zones. The final day to hand in donation forms will be Monday, April 15th.