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I am a web developer and the creator of Almadina Language Charter Academy's new website. I now do weekly updates and maintenance on the website, so you might see my name around.

MV’s Annual Ahmad Abbas Fundraiser!

Students at Mountain View Campus raised $1617.47 during the annual Ahmad Abbas fundraiser. All money collected from our community is shared with the Alberta Children’s Hospital here in Calgary. Jordyn Seminiuk from the Hospital was at our assembly on Thursday, December 7th to share how the Hospital uses this money. Students learned that our donations

Team 4 Beats the Staff at MV’s Intramurals!

On December 7th, 2017, a rare event occurred at Mountain View Campus. In the final round of King’s Court Intramurals… the students beat the staff! For the first few rounds, Team 4 (the student team) had the lead. They had far more players than the staff! But then, the staff were warmed up, a few

Fun in Fall!

This term, students in grade one learned about the four seasons. They especially enjoyed learning more about the season, Fall. Some of the topics covered in this unit were: weather changes, animal changes, environmental changes and seasonal activities. Some highlights included: learning how and why the leaves change colour during this season and working on

Literacy Committee – Votes are in!

Some time ago, we asked students to tell us which author they would like to learn more about this year. Students wrote down names of authors on ballot slips and placed them in a red box by the office. Robert Munsch was No#1. Since we did do a study on Robert Munsch last year, we

Ms. Hutchinson’s Class Trip to the Landfill!

For this blog post, students from Ms. Hutchinson's class blogged about their experiences. Here are a few of the students' blog posts: By: Rayan J. At Almadina, the grade 4’s in Ms. Hutchinson’s class went to a place called Shepard Landfill, on November 2nd to learn about compost, recycling and waste. The students got a

For Pita’s Sake – Grade One In School Field Trip

This Term, at Almadina, the grade one classes had a special visit from the Byblos Bakery. “Almost 25 years ago, Byblos started introducing pita bread in school classrooms. By visiting classrooms and showing kids how to use pita bread to create a quick meal or snack, kids learned that pita could be a fun and

Remembrance Day Assembly

November is a significant time of year when our classrooms are filled with heartfelt discussions and lessons about the meaning of Remembrance day. Students took the time to write reflections and poems, as well as create beautiful poppy artwork to commemorate the men and women, past and present, who sacrificed their lives and fought for

Conscience Virtue Assembly

Students, staff and parents at Almadina were amazed by the power packed performances during the Conscience assembly on Wednesday, November 1st. The virtue stars welcomed everyone with an exhilarating performance that got the entire school moving! Ms. Khandani’s class blew the audience away with their delightful conscience song. Mrs. Monaco and Ms. Hutchinson showed an

Conscience Virtue Stars

To showcase and acknowledge the great student leadership we have here at Mountain View campus, every month teachers from each grade 3 and 4 class select two students to be the Virtue Star representatives for our school. These students continuously demonstrate outstanding virtuous behavior in and outside of the classroom. To share their knowledge of

Grade 3 Field Trip to Ralph Klein Park

Grade 3 Field Trip to Ralph Klein Park The Grade 3’s at Almadina visited a man made wetland area called Ralph Klein park this past month to study real life animal specimens and explore the wetland habitat. Students got a chance to examine animal antlers, fur hides, skulls, teeth, claws, and much more to determine