Grade 5 students went on a field trip to the Glenbow museum. While there, they studied historical artifacts and learned more about early life in Canada.
On Friday, February 3rd Almadina's grades 4 and 5 students enjoyed Almadina's Got Talent! Our performers put on an incredible performance, showcasing the many talents of Almadina students. Congratulations to the winners and all performers. You were amazing!
Mrs. Lee's class is pleased to share our Rube Goldberg inventions for our Simple Machines unit. The students had to create an "invention" that either popped a balloon or delivered a pencil. Their machine had to have at least 3 simple machines in it. Students had a great time building elaborate Rube Goldberg machines to
Our Outdoor Education teacher at Ogden, Mr. Peters, took his students climbing to learn how to belay, anchor and scale walls at the Calgary Climbing Centre.
Ogden students went skiing or snowboarding to Canada Olympic Park (C.O.P.) from January 19 - 24th. They had a fantastic time and were lucky to have beautiful weather and snow. Thank you to all of our staff for taking our students to the slopes! We hope they continue these fantastic Canadian activities.
Dear parents, Helping children do better at school starts with the parents. We urge you to support your child and encourage them to do their homework because homework benefits your child in many ways. Homework strengthens the learning. Homework helps your child learn to budget their time. Homework teaches good study and work habits and
On Wednesday, October 26th our We Day club experienced We Day at The Scotia Bank Saddledome for an unparalleled event that brings together world-renowned speakers, A-list performers, and tens of thousands of youth to celebrate a year of action that transformed communities and changed lives. Here are real quotes from Almadina students who attended
Paul provided parents with four MUST HAVE rules for their children and technology: 1) No Tech in your children's bedroom. 2) Only allow your child to play age appropriate video games - none that are rated M17. Grand Theft Auto, Halo, and Call of Duty are NOT for kids!! 3) Youtube: Listen to what the
Almadina was happy to welcome back Paul Davis - Social Networking and Online Safety expert! He presented 3 sessions to grades 4-6, 7-9 and an evening session for parents. Adults and students alike learned a lot about how to track your digital trail, how to minimize secruity risks online and about how different social medias