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Twin Oaks Elementary School


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Parent Participation Organization (P.P.O.)

The Purpose of a Parent Participation Organization (P.P.O.) is to encourage the collaboration of parents in developing, implementing and periodically evaluating the school's Educational Project and their participation in fostering their child's success. (Education Act, Article 96.2)

Our meetings are public, we encourage you to participate. We are always looking for new ideas and donations. Join us and share you thoughts and suggestions If you are unable to attend or for further information, you are welcome to send us an email at: twinoaksppo@live.ca

2018-19   P.P.O. Chair                                               2018-19   P.P.O. Co-Chair

Patricia Massimo                                                       Franca La Morgia

email:   pmassimo@swlauriersb.qc.ca                         email:   francescalamorgia7@gmail.com


Thanks to the parents’ hard work and our numerous volunteers, P.P.O. has had the pleasure of contributing to the following past events (to name a few):

    The Corn Fest
    Teacher Appreciation week – all those special treats for our hard working staff!
    Allocation 20$ per child to help subsidize field trips
    The in-house play in December, enjoyed by all the children!
    Juices and cookies for the Grade 4 vaccination days

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Upcoming Events
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Jun-18: Grade 6 Camp Kanawana
Jun-18: GRADE 5 Atelier prévention incendie
Jun-19: Grade 6 Camp Kanawana
Jun-20: Grade 6 Camp Kanawana
Jun-20: Lemonade Sale $1
Jun-21: Grade 6 Camp Kanawana
Jun-21: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
Jun-21: CYCLE 1 Picnic in the Park
Jun-24: Holiday St-Jean-Baptiste
Jun-25: PED DAY

Word of the Day: FABRICATE
Definition: (verb) Make up something artificial or untrue.

Synonyms: cook up, invent, manufacture.

Usage: Did Harold really wrestle a bear, or did he fabricate the story to impress us?