Thursday, November 9th, 2017

At Robert Ogilvie Elementary School, we try to have some fun. Here are some pictures of students playing in the snow, students receiving recognition awards and Mr. MacKay being duck taped to the wall.  The house team challenge for the Terry Fox Run was successful and so the students chose to duck tape Mr. MacKay to the wall.

 

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Thank you to Coles Books and the Adopt a School Program for providing our school with $3165 in gift cards for new books . Mrs. Dressler and Mrs. Scheck are pleased to announce that we have spent $1700 so far on new books for the library from these gift cards. Below is a picture of the books purchased to date.  The students will be so excited to get these books out of the library to read.

October Newsletter

Please see the link for our October newsletter. website October newsletter .   We had a very busy month of September which included Terry Fox Run and Orange Shirt Day . Students were engaged in learning about Residential Schools and who  this has impacted the Aboriginal communities and ways of being.  Thank you to Ms. Cordeiro for leading these lessons and discussions.

 .          Terry Fox Run  September  28th .      Every Child Matters Orange Shirt Day September 29th, 2017

 

 

A New Beginning

A new year at Robert Ogilvie is in full swing and a the staff and students have been very busy settling in. Soccer and Cross-Country sports have begun, classes are working hard, and the mood of the building is a cheerful one.

Tug of War – Pep Rally Day

 Blue vs. Yellow

We are looking forwards to an amazing year! We’ll be posting new and exciting news here as the year progresses.

Welcome Back to January 2017

Happy New Year to parents, staff and students. Please see the newsletter for January at this link:  january-9th  .  We are having a special presentation on Friday from 10:40-11:40 on the Arctic and if you would like to come, please join us. With the cold weather right now, students are able to access inside time first thing in the morning. Please have students bring outside gear in case it warms up enough to go out during the day.