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Clothing Drive Fundraiser

Holly Elementary School is having our Fall clothing drive with Trans-Continental Textile Recycling Ltd (TCTR).  The school will be paid by the pound for the clothing donations we collect.  TCTR sends the usable clothing to developing countries and recycles the non-usable items into wiping rags for local industry.

Please send your wearable or damaged donation items in a sturdy garbage bag, keeping the total weight to a maximum of 15 lbs per bag.
Acceptable items include:

Clothing for men, women & children

Accessories (belts, hats, gloves, etc.)

Shoes, Boots & Slippers

Purses, Backpacks, Wallets & Bags

Curtains, drapes & Table linens

Towels & Sheets

Pillows, Comforters & Blankets

Sleeping Bags

Please collect from friends, family and neighbours as well as

sorting through your own belongings.  We DO NOT accept toys, books, dishes, etc

You may bring donations to the school from

Monday, April 1st  to Monday, April 8th

Please take all bags to the hallway beside the gym.

Dispose of unwanted items, promote recycling & raise money for our school all at the same time! 

 

Job Application Form For Noon Hour Supervisor

Government Grant for those born in 2006 or later

For more information go to this link:

https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2018EDUC0037-001258

Homestay Opportunity to Host International Students

Delta School District International Programs is anticipating an increased need for homestay families in the Ladner area. If you have extra space in your home and would like to welcome in a child into your home, please contact your Ladner Homestay Coordinator, Teri Gallant 604-952-5399, tgallant@GoDelta.ca for further information or please see our website at

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Holly’s Most Serious Safety Concern

In consultation with our PAC we strongly feel that our most serious and worrisome safety concern at Holly is our parking lot pick up and drop off especially on rainy days.  The key to improving safety is for parents that are picking up or dropping off not to leave their vehicles unattended in the drop off zones.  It is critical that vehicles in these zones continue to move forward as space becomes available.  We fully understand that parents picking up our youngest students and who have toddlers in the car may want to leave their car unattended but we respectfully request that you find a place to park to do this.  Thank you for your help and support.