On February 27th Almadina celebrated Pink Shirt Day! It is a day that has a very special meaning to our students and many others across the globe. On this day students spread awareness to prevent bullying and reflect on the ways in which each student can do their PART to create a safe environment. Bullying
This year Almadina Language Charter Academy raised $4,350 for its annual Ahmed Abbas fundraiser. In memory of Ahmed, donations collected from our community are given to the Alberta Children’s Hospital. On March 12, during the Ahmed Abbas assembly, our school felt privileged to continue the journey of Ahmed’s fundraiser with the Abbas family. Heartwarming speeches
On February 26, Almadina staff and team 8 participated in intramurals at Mountain View Campus. Team 8 won the finals so we played the staff! Our thrilling King’s Court game ended in a 5 to 8 score. Our team felt really excited and I’m sure the staff felt the same. I hope we all had
Wonderful Winsport By: Huriye H. from 4H On Friday, January 18, 2019 the grade fours at Mountain View went to C.O.P/Winsport. At Winsport we got into groups and our instructor taught us how to either ski or snowboard. It was challenging at first, but after a while we got better and better. First, we went
Almadina’s free uniform day/ fall fun on October 31st was a great success! Many students and staff chose to dress up in various costumes. We had witches, princess, clowns, superheros and teacher’s dressed up as playdoh. Thank you to all the students and staff for participating and making this day a fun experience for everyone.
November is an important 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 people, past and present, who sacrificed their lives and fought for our freedom.
On June 7th, 2018, the ECS students celebrated the completion of their first year of school. Students in the Arabic and Urdu Language Option classes performed delightful songs to proud parents and family members. After, all the ECS students performed their amazing “Thank you” song to give thanks to everyone that made this a successful
Self-Control Assembly By: Filzah Iqbal 4H Our Self-Control Assembly took place on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. The book we focused on was The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute Anymore, and this book taught us a lot about Self-Control! After reading this book, students created artwork that shared how we can use self-control to care for our
On Thursday, May 10th, Almadina (Mountain View) successfully held another International Languages Celebration. Students from ECS to Grade 4, who are enrolled in Arabic and Urdu Language Options classes, made amazing cultural presentations to parents. A unique part of this year’s celebration was the MCs presenting in English, Arabic, and Urdu languages. Congratulations to the
Students at Mountain View campus recently enjoyed an entertaining presentation from The NED Show, a school wide character education program that promotes a culture of kindness and excellence in the school setting. NED is a lovable cartoon character whose name reminds students to always follow three simple guiding principles: Never give up, Encourage others, and