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 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!
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.
It is with great pleasure that we share Omar Charanek's achievement at the Webber Academy Invitational Spelling Bee of 2019. Omar competed for the third year in a row and won First Place for the Division Two category (grades 4-6)! Congratulations winning first place! His brother, Bahjat Charanek, also competed this year but in the
Our grade seven students have been demonstrating our school’s virtue of empathy. This year, they organized several fundraisers in order to raise money for five notable non-profit organizations in our community: Alberta Children’s Hospital, Inn From the Cold, The Bridge Foundation for Youth, Alberta Wilderness Association and The Veterans Food Bank. Their fundraising activities will
In Art class for grades 7-9, students learned a variety of art styles including elements of shape, line, color, value, space and texture. Students also learned to do landscape paintings with acrylic paint. The following are a few examples of what they were able to achieve.