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

 
 

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Upcoming Events

 

Sept 5 - Labour Day - schools closed
Sept 6 – First Day of School
Sept. 14 - Steve Harper Motivational Magic 1:30 pm

Sept. 16 - Popcorn Day

Sept. 20 - School Council Meeting 7:00 pm

Sept. 22 - Early Dismissal 12:30 pm, No PM Kindergarten. Parent/Teacher Conferences 2 - 4 and 5 - 8 pm

Sept 23 – Parent/Teacher Conferences 8 am - 1 pm; no school

Sept. 30 - Spirit Day and Fun Lunch

Oct 3 - 5 – Lacrosse Residency
Oct 6 – Literacy Evening
Oct 7 – Non-Instructional Day
Oct 10 – Thanksgiving – No School
Oct 11 –Individual and class photos
Oct 12 –14 – Lacrosse Rsidency
Oct 14 – Popcorn Day
Oct 18 – School Council Meeting 7 p.m.
Oct 21 – Early Dismissal – 12:30p.m. – No PM Kindergarten
Oct 25 – Kananaskis Wetlands Presentation 9:30 a.m.
Oct 31- Spirit Day and Fun Lunch

 

 

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News

 

September newsletter

 

Kindergarten blog

 

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 | September

 

RESPECT FOR SELF

 

“Positive self-esteem must be preceded by self-respect. To get self-respect you have to do something good.”
― Louis Zamperini

“Self-respect is the fruit of discipline; the sense of dignity grows with the ability to say no to oneself. “ Abraham Joshua Heschel

 

 

The first pillar of TLC is “Respect for Self.” Upon this pillar rest the other two, “Respect for Others” and “Respect for the Environment.” Respecting oneself is essential, because without this dimension, a child cannot appreciate the value that others also place on being respected.  The child first learns the value of self-respect from receiving respect and appreciation from those that are closest and most important – the child’s family. The next example is from how the child sees their family treat themselves and others. Do they see their parents respect themselves by making healthy choices and protecting their own reputations by refusing to be drawn into “petty” arguments or unnecessary conflicts? Do they see parents exhibit self-respect by owning mistakes and learning from them and by using positive self talk or do they hear their parents say “I’m no good at…” or making self-depreciating remarks? Children watch their parents carefully to see and copy what their parents do and say and are really good at “reading” body language.

 

“Know yourself. Be yourself. Love yourself. Seek goodness and be goodness. Seek beauty and be beauty. Seek love and be love.”
― Bryant McGill,

 

 

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