Please join us at Mountain View for the Mountain View International Languages Celebration on Thursday, May 11th 9:00am until 12:00pm. Mountain View students will showcase their language learning experiences through songs, dancing and more. Parents are invited to bring a pot of their cultural food to share with the other parent guests. Please note: students
The Grade 3 students at Mountain View campus recently participated in an in school field trip called “Don’t Take Rocks for Granite” put on by an educational program called Scientists in School. Students had the opportunity to become mini geologists and engaged in many hands on learning activities that reinforced their knowledge of rocks and
The We Club at Ogden is demonstrating generosity and gratitude by collecting hygiene products, books and games for the Drop-In Centre. (NO food items) Students can earn 20 Virtue Points for each item brought in! Prizes for... -Student who brought in the most items in Division II -Student who brought in the most items in
Students in Mr. Peters' homeroom class are learning to code! Using the website code.org. Code.org’s K-5 courses blend online, self-guided, and self-paced tutorials to introduce and emerse students in coding. Using drag-and-drop block style coding, students can design their own games, create digital stories, design puzzles and more. You can try out some of Mr.
The Grade 2 classes went on a field trip to the Arts Commons as an extension of learning to our Social Studies curriculum. We learned all about Ukrainian culture. They were able to make painted egg prints (pysanky) and learn Ukrainian dancing.
On February 10th, many of Almadina's grades 6-9 students showcased their scientific interests at the annual Science Fair! Students asked questions across all areas of the science spectrum, investigated possible answers, conducted experiments and highlighted their results at the fair. Thank you to our volunteer judges and our teachers for organizing such an incredible event!
Ogden's students focused on the virtue of generosity for the past few weeks. To practice and learn more about generosity, students participated in three activities: We Box Love, The Diabetes Clothing Drive and Plan Canada Fundraising Gifts of Hope. Thank you Almadina students for all your hardwork and generosity in supporting these fundraisers. The February
Grade 5 students competed in the annual Car Rally; this is an opportunity for students to showcase their electric car creations! Students learned the role of various components and control devices that are part of an electrical system. At the same time, they develop skills of problem solving and teamwork. Great job grade 5s and
Mrs. Haziri's grade 3 students engaged in a class discussion with Mrs. Roshan, Mountain View's inclusion teacher, centered around 'The Sneetches' by Dr.Seuss. They created their very own 'Sneetch' sculptures that represented unique strengths and abilities. This inclusion lesson reinforced the virtue of acceptance and celebrated diversity.
This month, at Mountain View, students in all grades will be listening to stories written by Robert Munsch during their Library Blocks. They may also be engaging in word work and reading comprehension activities. Our Focus Books: Just One Goal & 50 Below Zero Our Goal: To foster a love of reading Robert Munsch is