By Afsha S. from 4H Grades four and threes at Mountain View had the Micro:Bit workshop. In this workshop they studied the different strategies of coding with tiny little computers. They used a lot of their knowledge and actually also got to make characters such as someone doing "The Floss", they made a flashing heart
By Eishal B. from 4H We had a special event on December at mountain view campus. We had this special event so we could learn about technology like robotics we also learned coding. Coding is basically using blocks and making your robot be able to do certain movements or commands. Did you know that some
Stay tuned for the Grade 9 Newscast! Ms. Sheronick's classes have been working hard on a newscast assignment where they broadcast the news to you in groups. This assignment is part of their Disasters Unit, where these groups will deliver several news on different disasters occurring in the local and international news. The grade 9's
The four year undefeated Wild Cowboys from Westmount Charter School basketball team was beaten by the fabulous Almadina Panthers through a clutch lay up by Mohamed Al-Mayahi that was carried by Saim Raja and Mohamed Shalu. Also, the success continued as The Almadina Panthers conquered over EFA’s basketball team. We are so proud of our
Our grade 8 drama class will hold a performance on the following days: Dec. 20th, 2018 Div II Period 6-7 Dec. 20th, 2018 Div. III Period 4-5 Parents are welcome to attend and watch our ALCA- nurtured talent blossom. Please watch the trailer for further information about the play. Summary of the play: Someone
Our grade 7 students were able to apply their knowledge of organism interactions to different ecosystems at the zoo. Students identified various organisms according to their distinct characteristics and adaptations.They enjoyed the interactions they got to experience with some of the animals in African Savannah and Transalta Rainforest sections.
After a challenging season, the girl's volleyball team has placed third in the C.A.A.A championship. More importantly, they won the hearts of several spectators and staff in the different schools they visited. The Panthers were showered with compliments regarding the sportsmanship, kindness and respect that they displayed. Thank you Panthers for taking home bronze medals
In November 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
Almadina’s free uniform day/ fall fun on October 31st was a great success! Many students and staff chose to dress up in various costumes. We had witches, princess, clowns, superheros and teacher’s dressed up as playdoh. Thank you to all the students and staff for participating and making this day a fun experience for everyone.
This year for our school Conscience Virtue, the students read Ricky Sticky Fingers by Julia Cook. The students explored the importance of using conscience by finding the good inside themselves to make the right choices. The students focused on the value of making the right choices by helping others in their community. The students participated