Calgary Board of Education Dr. J.K. Mulloy School
7440 - 10 Street N.W., Calgary AB T2K 1H6 | Grades K-4 TLC
t | 403-777-6640  e | drjkmulloy@cbe.ab.ca

 
 

Welcome to Dr. J.K. Mulloy School

My 1st Ride Program

 

"My 1st Ride" is a school bus orientation program for first time riders. The program is offered free of charge to Calgary Board of Education and Calgary Catholic School District students. The dates for ‘My 1st Ride' are: Saturday, May 28th, 2016 and Sunday, May 29th. Registration begins at 9:00 am April 18.

More Info

My 1st Ride Program

Poster (pdf)

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

Apr. 1 – Fun Lunch and Spirit Day
Apr. 15 –Popcorn Day
Apr. 18 – Orff the Wall 7:00pm
Apr. 19 –School Council Meeting 7:00pm
Apr. 21 –Gr. 1 assembly 9:30am
Apr. 22 – System Day. No school for students
Apr. 25 – System Day. No school for students
Apr. 29 – Fun Lunch and Spirit Day
May 2 – 13 – Tennis Grades 3 and 4.
May 12 – Kindergarten Orientation 6:30pm
May 13 – Popcorn Day
May 17 – School Council Meeting 7pm
May 19 – Grade 3 Field Trip
May 20 – System Day – No School For Students
May 23 – Victoria Day – No School For Students
May 24 – Late Entry 12:49pm. No AM Kindergarten
May 26 – Kindergarten Music Celebration. Kindergarten all day. Performance at 1:30pm and 6:30pm.
May 27 – Fun Lunch and Spirit Day
May 30 –Sound Kreation Residency starts.

 

News

 

April newsletter

 

Dec. 16, 2015 | New School Opening in Panorama Hills

 

TLC Program (powerpoint presentation)

 

May 11, 2015 | Reminder Notice: Traditional Learning Centre Designations in Area II

 

Click here for some ideas on safety at drop-offs

 

Severe Peanut Allergies: Why we need to avoid having peanuts at school

 

Parent/Teacher Conferences

 

 

Monthly Virtue Focus | April

 

COOPERATION

“Competition has been shown to be useful up to a certain point and no further, but cooperation, which is the thing we must strive for today, begins where competition leaves off.”
Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

Cooperation, or the process of working together towards the same end, is a fundamental part of the structure of any society and especially in a democracy. Cooperation also involves knowing and understanding that end. One of the ways in which we can help our children develop this virtue is to talk about the goal towards which we want them to work with us. If, for example, a child is being “uncooperative” about getting dressed, we need to ask ourselves if the child understands why we need cooperation and the bigger picture about the end result if the family is late for various commitments. Spending time together in such cooperative pass times as building puzzles, or working together in a gardening project, or even getting chores accomplished quickly so that there is more time for “fun” family activities are ways that children can experience the productivity of  a cooperative effort.

 

“Nature is based on harmony. So it says if we want to survive and become more like nature, then we actually have to understand that it's cooperation versus competition.”

Bruce Lipton

 

 

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