• Gym Night

    Tonight we enjoyed our last Gym Night for this school year. Everyone had fun playing Dodgeball and Capture the Flag games. Constable Shawn joined us to have fun as he has for many of our Gym Nights.

  • Winners of Cookie Dough Sales

    With the recent PAC’s Cookie Dough sales, the top salesperson in each class received $15 in coupons for the movie theatre.  The top sellers in each class were Lillianna Green in Mrs. Shuster’s class, Julia Fochuk and Ashtyn Palmer in Mrs.

  • Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation

    After a very successful Jump Rope for Heart, Robert Ogilvie was able to donate $781.77 to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.  We had set a goal of raising $500 and surpassed our goal!  Way to go,

  • Satisfaction Survey for parents of grade 4 and 7 students

    This week a letter was sent home about the Ministry of Education’s Satisfaction Survey for parents of grades 4 and 7 students.  Each letter had the website information on it and a logon number.  If you did not receive the letter,

  • Jump Rope for Heart

    Students had lots of fun on Wednesday skipping rope or doing step aerobics for Jump Rope for Heart. Students also donated coins to raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.  Thank you to Mrs. Dressler who organized this event for us.

  • Regional Science Fair

    Our students enjoyed the Regional Science Fair.  Congratulations to Trystin Clarkson who won the Michael Crooks Physics Prize and to Colson Fellers who won the Chevron Canada Award which is Honorable Mention for a grade 7 or 8 project.  Colson was also selected to be one of five students representing Northern B.C.

  • Jump Rope for Heart

    We are looking forward to participating in Jump Rope for Heart on Wednesday, March 11.  Each class will have an opportunity to exercise their heart during the day by skipping or doing step aerobics.  Students are encouraged to bring coins in a fun fundraiser for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.  Our goal this year is to raise $500.  See the letter that was sent home below.

  • Reading Challenge

    This month we are challenging all students to read each evening (or be read to for primary students) and to record the minutes of reading.  Each class will see if they can move their spacecraft across the solar system from the Sun to Neptune.  Check the attachments below to read more information about the contest.  Also provided is a copy of the calendar for recording reading minutes for each of the three weeks of the contest.  Let’s encourage reading and see how far we can travel!

  • Spirit Week

    We had a lot of fun over the last week with Spirit Week and Cabin Fever Day.  I hope you enjoy the photos that captured some of the fun!  Thanks to Mrs. Shuster for orgainizing all of the activities for the week.