June 22nd, 2015
This longstanding community event gave parents the opportunity to spend time with their children on school property, in an old-fashioned, blanket on the ground style picnic. To make the day more exciting, the Grade 6 Me to We club students organized a bunch of fair-like events, such as sack, three-legged, and egg-spoon races.
But, it wouldn’t be a year-end celebration without getting the teachers involved! Guests and students were able to purchase tickets to soak or throw a pie-in-the-face to a Bridgeport PS staff member; face painting, raffle tickets and bracelets were also on sale.
A big thank you to Bridgeport PS School Council who joined in the fun and helped with pizza sales!
This event is always a great way to bring the school and its families together, in a social setting, where strong bonds and relationships can be made and celebrated.
Bridgeport PS raised over $300 for Free the Children. Congratulations!