Almadina is proud to be hosting the Scholastic Book Fair at each campus. Students were provided with flyers so they can start picking their books ahead of time. On this flyer, you will find a draw ballot; please fill it out and bring it to the book fair. Your child's classroom teacher may have had
Students constructed battery powered vehicles in Science and participate in a car rally to determine the fastest, straightest, strongest and most versatile car. These are videos of the students testing their battery powered vehicles for our car rally in the gym March 7th. They can test if their car can go up ramps, over versatile
Mrs. Grant-Suttie's Grade 6 students had the opportunity to learn about Wampum Belts. Wampum beads were used to create patterns on belts. These belts are used as a guide to narrate aboriginal history, traditions and laws.
On February 22nd, people all over the world were encouraged to practice kindness and wear a pink shirt to symbolize that they do not tolerate bullying. Pink Shirt Day started in with two incredible high school students in Nova Scotia. Here is a snippet of the Globe and Mail article that inspired Pink Shirt Day. “David
On February 15th, students at Almadina were encouraged to wear red and white to celebrate National Flag Day. This is a special day for learning about the importance of the Canadian Flag including its history and symbolism. Our students looked so patriotic in their red and white clothes holding their Canadian flags proudly. Thank you
Students in grade 5 constructed weather instruments and are using them outside to measure our weather!
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.