Hat Fundraiser

NHL licensed toques and Team Canada ball caps are now available for purchase. New this year are NHL jersey toques. Toques are knit with fleece lining and are available in Team Canada, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadians, Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers, Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs. Samples are on display just outside the Main Office. Money raised […]


It’s that time of year again Stewart families! Starting the week of Oct 27th until Nov 10th we will be selling cookie dough, 100’s of popular magazines and e-books for all ages to raise money for technology in the classroom.

Go to http://www.qsp.ca, click “shop now” and enter our online ID 3712767 to view all the options for purchase.

Cookie Dough

  • 13 yummy flavours to choose from
  • 1.22 kg / 2.7lb dough selections in tub or proportioned format
  • boxes make 36 cookies
  • tube yield approx. 43 1oz cookies
  • cool frosting kit
  • peanut free options
  • gluten free options
  • 3 delicious no-bake mini loaf flavours
  • produced in Concord, ON

Gifts & Magazines

  • 60 selections to choose from plus hundreds of magazines
  • over 50% giftware are priced under $16
  • attractive gift ideas
  • strong gift wrap, accessories
  • baking items
  • kitchen essentials
  • jewelry & accessory items
  • wax melts, herb & garden ideas

Cash, Cheque and Credit Card options are available when using magazine paper order forms. Credit NOT available for giftware or dough unless purchased online. Use PayPal or Credit online. Cheques payable to STEWART AVENUE PS.

The Students and Staff THANK YOU for your support!

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Terry Fox Run

Our annual Terry Fox run is scheduled for this Thursday, Sept 29th during middle block. The students will be walking/running in the memory of Terry Fox. We are fundraising for the Terry Fox Foundation, our goal as a school is to raise $600. Help us reach our goal by bringing in a loonie throughout the week.

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Toonie Tuesday

A friendly reminder that tomorrow in “Toonie Tuesday”. Bring in $2 to participate, these funds will be donated to the Red Cross. All proceeds are being matched by the Government of Canada.

Scholastic Book Fair update

A special message from our librarian Ms Bailey: Our spring Scholastic Book Fair was an exciting time for our school! We would like to thank families for their continued support of this very important literary fund raiser. It was a record year. We earned $1085.00 for our school library collection. We will use this money […]

Fort McMurray Fundraiser

Please consider donating to the relief efforts currently underway in Fort McMurray. There will be a donation box in the office on Mrs Murray’s desk for anyone interested. There will also be “Toonie Tuesday” on May 24th and everyone is encouraged to bring in $2 to participate. All money will be sent to the Red Cross. The attached letter explains everything in detail.

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Scholastic Book Fair

Join us between May 5th – 11th for the 2016 Scholastic Book Fair (see attached Book Fair 2016 PDF for exact times). Our kick-off night, being held during Primary Arts Night will give one family the opportunity to win $50 in books ($25 for the family and $25 for the students classroom).

Why a book fair?

  • It gives children easy access to fun, engaging reading material and is the best way to develop their love of reading.
  • Scholastic Book Fairs is like a mini travelling bookstore: it brings the latest and greatest children’s books right to your school.
  • Every book purchased at your Scholastic Book Fair helps put great new books and teachers’ resources in your students’ classrooms and your school’s library.
  • Scholastic Book Fairs are excellent for communities without a local bookstore. Browse the best of children’s books right at your school.

Thank you for encouraging your child to read and for supporting this very important literary fundraiser for our school. We look forward to seeing you at the Book Fair!


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