On November 8th, Mountain View honored our veterans and their families at our Remembrance Day assembly. Our students learned more about the importance of remembering, showing gratitude, and respect for those who have fought for our freedom and for those who continue to help other countries in their time of need. Our special guest, Ordinary
Almadina Ogden Campus had a Remembrance Day Assembly on Friday, November 8, 2019. There, each homeroom presented their class wreaths and listened to a guest speaker. We were so lucky to have a Veteran of our Canadian Services come and speak to our school. "Our Canadian soldiers now spend time being Peace Keepers," he explained.
Students in grade 6 learned about our federal voting procedure and that voting is entrenched in our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. A majority of students took part in the Canadian wide 'Student Vote' program and so did our grade 6 students!
One never knows when the heart strings will be pulled at Almadina. We have seen such kindness in all forms at our school. Just this morning, a teacher saw the surprised look on grade 8 students faces when one opened her locker and found a sparkling birthday day festival happening inside. Between the sparkles and
Micro:bits are mini computers with LED lights that can be programmed and both you and your students do not need any previous coding experience. The kids had tons of fun!
In October the grade three students had the experience of being “kid geologists” during their Don’t Take Rocks For Granite in class science field trip. They identified the unique properties of rocks and minerals. With their amazing scientific knowledge, they even identified a mystery mineral! They explored the formation of volcanic igneous rocks and created
In grade 9 LA, students had to create a project where they had to reflect on themselves, character, identity, family, interests, goals and ambitions. Students presented these beautiful projects allowing class members to better understand and appreciate each other more. They did a fantastic job!
Almadina started its school year with the virtue of conscience. Through our school focused literature, A Bike Like Sergio’s, the students explored the message of making the right choices. The students put their good conscience choices into action by helping others in their community. Throughout October, students participated in the “We Scare Hunger” food drive
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, each member of Almadina Ogden Campus wore an orange shirt. The purpose of this is to remember how sad and difficult it was for so many Indigenous children in Canada. We wanted to show how much we care about people who went to residential schools and their struggles. We also
Terry Fox This year, the Ogden campus participated in 12th Terry Fox Run. Due to the weather, the run had to be postponed but that didn't stop us. We raised the most money yet so far with a grand total of $2557.00! To everyone who contributed, you deserve a big thank you for your generosity.