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Jump Rope for Heart Wrap-Up!

Students at Almadina Mountain View campus have been practising their skipping skills and using their virtues for a good cause. Our Jump Rope for Heart event has wrapped up in the past week, as students fundraised and brought in generous donations in support of Heart disease. As a school, we raised a total of $1914.50

Pink Shirt Day!

On February 28th, Mountain View Campus hosted Pink Shirt Day! Pink shirts have become a symbol of the anti-bullying movement started by two high school students in 2007 in Nova Scotia, Canada. Grades 2-4 had an assembly in the morning where they learned the W.I.T.S. acronym; W.I.T.S. stands for Walk Away, Ignore, Talk it Out,

Jump Rope for Heart

Last month, we had the Jump Rope for Heart Representatives come to our school. “Jump Rope for Heart is a fundraising and physical activity program based around skipping. It teaches school aged children how to keep fit and healthy, all while having fun and raising vital funds for heart disease research and education.” Our Almadina

Grade 3 Scientists in School Visit

To culminate our Science unit on Animal Life Cycles, 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

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

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