Grade 3 and 4 students at Mountain View finished off the school year playing scooter handball during lunchtime intramurals. The tournament was an exciting event that ran through the past two months of school. In the end, Team 4 were the tournament winners and got to play the teachers in a thrilling battle. It was
Mountain View's Fine Arts committee is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a project grant by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA) Artists & Education grant stream. This grant enables our school to bring in a resident artist to engage our students meaningfully in artist expression. They are even more pleased to
Students in Grade 3 enjoyed a visit from Scientists in School to reinforce their learning about animal adaptations and life cycles. They got to explore a variety of different animal specimens, dissected owl pellets to discover bones of real rodents in an owl’s diet, and used microscopes to examine living mites and vinegar worms. To
The grade one students at Almadina have had an amazing year learning about the needs of plants and animals. In celebration of this Unit, the grade one students visited the Zoo and had the opportunity to see, learn and enjoy the animals in their habitats. You can tell from the pictures taken from Mrs. Pollett's
Spring is here! The grade one students at Mountain View have been learning about the needs of plants and animals. The Life Cycle of a Butterfly Unit is one of the most exciting units of the year! Grade one students have had the wonderful opportunity of watching caterpillars transform into beautiful butterflies in their classrooms!
To celebrate the school year coming to an end, Mountain View campus hosted their annual Sports Day on May 26th, where students enjoyed a fun filled day of games, face painting, and obstacle courses. It was perfect weather from start to finish as students participated in exciting activities such as a tug o war contest,
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.