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 Terry Fox run and fundraiser was a great success this year! During the month of September, our school’s goal was for each student to donate at least a townie towards cancer research. On September 28, Almadina students and staff participated in our annual Terry Fox run. Everyone showed incredible pride and perseverance! Our school
On Monday, October 1st the students and staff at Almadina Mountain View Elementary Campus celebrated their very first Orange Shirt Day. It was great to see so many of our students and staff wearing orange on this important date. Our students were encouraged to use their conscience to understand the message of how “Every Child
At the end of May, we had our Virtues Celebration Assembly. It was beautifully planned and prepared for by our Virtues Committee (Mr. Goodman, Mrs. Haziri, Mrs. Bhaidani, Mrs. Pollett, Mrs. Dhanaraj, Mr. Cooper, Mrs. Roshan, Mrs. Ferrario and WEP) and was enthusiastically executed with the help of our virtue stars, our staff, our administration,
Zoo & Blocks - Grade One Field Trips: 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
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!
Our Almadina Moms are wonderful Community Helpers. This year, the grade one students made special glass fusion sun catchers for their Moms! Have a look at the pictures to see how much effort the grade one students put into their projects for their Moms!
Community Helpers Visit: “One person can make a difference and everyone should try!" The first week of May was Community Helper Week! Grade 1 students in Mrs. Pollett’s Class, Ms. Lee’s Class, Ms. Mawji’s Class, Mrs. Yanofsky’s Class and Ms. Khandani’s Class had the opportunities to meet and learn from some very special visitors! These
The Superintendent, Mr. McClure, is on medical leave for June 2018. Please contact the central office if you require assistance during the summer. The phone number is 403-543-5078.
The grade ones (1Hess, 1Mawji, 1Pollett, 1Yanofsky and 1Khandani) started off the New Year with an exciting in-school field trip with Teacher’s Pet. The field trip, My World, focused on different types of communities that our students belong to. Students learned the difference between wants and needs and learned that we all have rights and