March 5 - Euchre Night at Prince Philip! Doors open AT 6:30 pm, Tournament 7-10pm
March 6 - Junior Carnaval
March Break - March 16-20
March 24 - Quebec payment #4 due
March 26 - SAC Meeting @6:30pm
March 31 - Character Assembly
Math clubs - Wednesdays (March 4, 11, 25)
Pizza Days - Thursdays March 5, 12, 26)
Sub Days - Tuesdays (March 3, 24)
Pita Days - Tuesdays (March 10, 31)
Note: April 8th is Grade 8 Grad Photo Day!!!
Welcome to Prince Philip Public School!
Thank you for visiting our website! We hope you find it informative and helpful to keep you up-to-date with what's happening around Prince Philip.
DSBN Girl's Technology Camp
The DSBN Girl's Technology Camp will be held on Saturday , April 25, 2105 from 8:30AM to 5:00PM at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls.
This is a fun, dynamic educational program that allows girls to focus their abilities in area of science, technology, engineering, and math. Camp encourages future engagement with these subjects and helps kids discover the range of possibilities that exist through amazing experiments, activities, and mentors.
Sponsored by IBM Canada the camp is free for grade 6 & 7 girls.
Parents can register their girls online here.
The Niagara MS Bike even will take place on Sunday, May 3. Please visit the web site to get more information and to register!
DSBN Road Race
This year's DSBN Road race is coming up on Sunday, April 23. Please visit the EFN web site to get more information and to register!
The Niagara MS Bike even will take place on Sunday, August 23. Please visit the web site to get more information and to register!
Our annual Progressive Euchre Night was held on March 5. We had a great turnout and raised over $1500 to help finance our Grade 8 Graduation. We are very grateful for all those who attended and for those who donated the great prizes!
nformation about Measles
Note for parents/guardians regarding measles (paper copy sent home with students on February 18).
Chocolate bar fundraiser
Our Grade 7 and 8 students will be selling chocolate bars. Please see the attached notice if you Grade 7 or 8 student would like to sell chocolate bars to finance trips.
Note regarding bussing
In an effort to ensure good communication and to ensure that the safety of our students is maintained, we feel the need to address the ongoing incidents on McMicking that continue to put our students at risk. Since prior to our Winter Break, we have been in communication with DSBN Facilities staff, Niagara Falls Public Works and Traffic Enforcement staff, NSTS Transportation, as well parents and residents discussing traffic issues on McMicking during our Entry and Dismissal times.
On January 19th, we had a meeting with all stakeholders to further assess the problems we are encountering with traffic and the safety of our students. We observed many behaviours that ranged from drivers that were not obeying the parking/stopping restrictions near our school to drivers exiting or entering the school parking lot incorrectly despite the one-way signs.
In addition, we have been discussing short term solutions and long term solutions to this ongoing issue. We have replaced old signs and place new ones for better visibility and discussed the potential creation of a "Kiss & Ride" system for September 2015.
In order to ensure that all of our families are aware of what is permitted and what is in violation of the City's parking/stopping regulations, we have included a two page information sheet that clearly states what is permitted and what is a parking violation according to the City of Niagara Falls. In addition, we have included a map of our school community, particularly surrounding McMicking St./Dorchester Rd., and Piva Ave. This map clearly illustrates areas in which all families should avoid parking and those in which they are permitted to stop. Adherence to these expectations will ensure the necessary flow of traffic and buses, as well as the safety of all our students.
The City of Niagara Falls Enforcement Office will be closely monitoring and patrolling periodically to issue tickets for any violations. We have also directed Bus Duty staff to help patrol the McMicking St. exit. We will be approaching drivers who are not following these rules.
With continued hope that we have full cooperation and that our families will continue to help and ensure the safety of our students, we respectfully request that you take the time to read the information outlined on the attached sheets and share it with others who may be picking up your children.
If you would like further information and have questions, please do not hesitate to contact the administration of the school or our Parent Council Executive.
Note regarding bussing
Under no circumstances will any student be allowed to ride a bus other than than his/her regular bus. We apologize for any inconvenience that this might pose but for liability and student safety reasons, the transfer of busses is strictly prohibited.
Prince Philip Public School participated in a joint Family of Schools School Advisory Council meeting on Thursday, October 23 at A.N. Myer S. S. Here is the presentation on Mindset from that meeting along with a very inspiring video that illustrates the power of mindset!