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Gone fishing - June 8, 2023

This week Mr. Schamehorn’s Hunter Education and Hiking & Biking classes combined for an afternoon of fishing and exploring out at Wilderness Park. While no gigantic monsters were hauled in, we had some fish on the line and plenty of help from some great parent volunteers with hooks, snacks and gear.  We'll be back for sure!

Outdoor Recess Fun - March 16, 2023

What a beautiful day to spend recess outdoors!

Recess Relaxation - March 16, 2023

Winter Walk Day - February 3

There's nothing like a brisk walk on a cool winter day to boost your energy and put a bit of colour in your cheeks. Today's Winter Walk Day took the grade 7s and 8s to the pedestrian bridge while the grade 5s chose to walk north in the residential area and the 6s burned off some energy at the Rotary Park Playground. We still have several more weeks of winter so let's embrace it and enjoy our time outdoors.

B is for Bébé - November 18, 2022

B is for Bébé ... and Boy, Beau, Bleu, Bravo, Bienvenue, and Banks! Mr. Chalifoux was surprised this morning when his grade 5 French Immersion class from last year invited him into the grade 6 wing under false pretences, only to present him with a beautiful box of cookies congratulating him (and Miss Holmes!) on the birth of Banks Norman Chalifoux on November 2.

Metis Week - November 14-18, 2022

This is Métis Week, a time to celebrate the culture, history, and contributions of Métis people to Alberta and Canada.

We started the week with "Rock Your Mocs" and grabbed a quick photo of some of our students proudly showing off their moccasins. 

On Wednesday, we were treated to hearty stew, fried bannock and a tantalizing array of desserts for every student in the school. Thank you to Kat's Katering and Concession!

Our students also had an opportunity to try out various Actic games, some of which appeared deceptively simple, but proved to be quite difficult, requiring strength, endurance, agility, and coordination. Thank you to our Top Wolves Leadership group for organizing the events which helped us further our appreciation of Indigenous culture.

New School Record for Terry Fox Fundraising - October 5, 2022

$3100! That's how much money we raised for cancer research last month during our Terry Fox Run.  This afternoon we had a special assembly to thank everyone who contributed to our fundraising goal.

The students in 8Fr raised the most money (almost $1600) as a group so they got to tape their former teacher Mr. Chalifoux to the wall.

Ava Lunn, Makayla Van Tamelin, and Jackson McDonald raised the most money individually and got to throw pies in the face of our principal, Mr. Pittman.  Charlie Jeffs missed the honour because he was in the process of getting first place in the Zones Cross Country meet in Rocky Lane.  

Because we not only met but far surpassed our goal for this year, we got to watch Mr. Aislabie get his head shaved.

There was a lot of excitement, laughter and cheering in the gymnasium today but the biggest cheer goes out to all those whose contributions helped keep Terry's memory alive, 42 years after his Marathon of Hope came to an untimely end. Thank you, Team Awesome for not giving up on Terry's dream.