We Scare Hunger (Supporting our Local Food Bank)

From Oct. 23rd to Oct. 31st, Northlake Woods students will be participating in Free the Children’s We Scare Hunger food drive campaign. During this time, students are encouraged to bring in canned food items for the Waterloo Region Food Bank.   At nutrition breaks, a bean bag toss activity will encourage students to bring in canned […]

QSP Fall Magazine Fundraiser

Once again this year we have partnered with QSP to offer our families the opportunity to renew favourite magazine subscriptions or to purchase new subscriptions from over 600 popular titles.   By participating in this fundraising campaign,  you can help raise funds for our school.    Information packages are coming home on October 4th.   Or,  you can […]

Marathon of Hope

On Thursday Sept. 26th,  staff and students at Northlake Woods participated in the annual Terry Fox Marathon of Hope.  Students gathered in the gym to watch a short video about some of the history surrounding this event and about the life and the accomplishments of a heroic Canadian, Terry Fox.   Following the warm-up, at the […]

Meet the Teacher / OPEN HOUSE

On Thursday, September 19th,  from 5:30 to 7:30 PM we are opening the school and our classrooms to our community.  It is a great chance to meet your child’s new teacher(s) and to have a look around the school.   At this year’s Meet the Teacher event, Parent Council would like to introduce you to the […]

Happy New Year

Exciting times lie ahead as the summer comes to an end and the anticipation of another school year begins again.   Tireless efforts have gone into making this a special start up at NLW.  Our custodial staff have been working with outside contractors throughout the summer, creating a complete new gym look, completing renovations to our […]

Annual Used Book Sale

Once again, our annual used book sale was a great success.   Thanks to the volunteers and school council members who organzied the book sale and kept the books flowing throughout the day.   Over 1200 books found their way to new homes for some summer reading.   Over $500 was raised for the library and nearly $1000 […]

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