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Respect Virtue Assembly

Respect Virtue Assembly On February 22, 2019, students, staff and parents of Almadina attended the Respect Virtue Assembly. We had an amazing set of performances from all grades. The Virtue Stars began the assembly by encouraging and exciting the audience with a contagious chant on Respect. Then, the school had a chance to see how

Pink Shirt Day

On February 27th Almadina celebrated Pink Shirt Day! It is a day that has a very special meaning to our students and many others across the globe. On this day students spread awareness to prevent bullying and reflect on the ways in which each student can do their PART to create a safe environment. Bullying

Mountain View’s Ahmed Abbas Fundraiser

This year Almadina Language Charter Academy raised $4,350 for its annual Ahmed Abbas fundraiser. In memory of Ahmed, donations collected from our community are given to the Alberta Children’s Hospital. On March 12, during the Ahmed Abbas assembly, our school felt privileged to continue the journey of Ahmed’s fundraiser with the Abbas family. Heartwarming speeches

Grade One 2019 Goals

Grade One 2019 Goals When the new year arrives, it gives us a chance to reflect upon our social and academic goals. This term, our grade one students have spent time making goals that are important to them. Some of these goals include: reading more, writing descriptive sentences, learning new art skills, self-reflecting and continuing

Virtue Stars Update

In December, Almadina ‘s Conscience and Acceptance virtue stars were able to experience an even greater learning opportunity that benefited our students as well as the community. They visited the nearby seniors activity center where they beautifully sang ‘’Frosty the Snowman” and handed out student created holiday cards. Even though our Almadina students were taken

Grade 2 Coding Exploration

On January 25th, the grade twos of Mountain View had an in school field trip on coding exploration. On this trip they got the opportunity to learn more about design, problem solving and computational thinking. In small groups they got the chance to act like robots to understand the way robots are programmed, and then

Wonderful Winsport!

Wonderful Winsport By: Huriye H. from 4H On Friday, January 18, 2019 the grade fours at Mountain View went to C.O.P/Winsport. At Winsport we got into groups and our instructor taught us how to either ski or snowboard. It was challenging at first, but after a while we got better and better. First, we went

Collaborations

With the new year in full swing, the Literacy Committee is excited to share our new focus goals. We are collaborating with the Virtues Committee to introduce reading and writing activities that revolve around the virtues at our school. For this Term, students can enjoy word work activities (in the library and during literacy cafes)