Division 18 has incubated some fast growing Coho salmon. Our 150 fry are almost ready to swim free! We will be releasing our salmon into DeMamiel Creek, below the school, before Spring Break. You are welcome to visit the salmon on Monday recess and lunch in their class, room 2250. Tentative release for Wednesday.
Band & Strings – Deposits for Ladysmith trip are overdue and need to to be in to Mrs. Bjorklund or Main Office asap. $80 for trip which takes place on April 12. Students will be playing in the regionals for Musicfest Canada.
Robotics after school (MINDSTORMS) 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
Tea in the foyer – in the foyer for some herbal tea compliments of our Aboriginal Department. Students are encouraged to bring their own mug.
S.P.E.AK. Presentation on March 13 blocks 2 and 3 in the Library. Phil Duchene will present an interactive Drama workshop on Shakespeare. Sign up today. All students in grade 6, 7 and 8 welcome. Any questions see Mrs. Fader
OLSAT (gifted testing) happens in the Library from 1-3pm.
Robotics after school (EDISONS) 3:15 – 430 cancelled today. We will start up again after Spring Break.
No Pizza Lunch today
Sayonara – our Journey to Japan Friendship Exchange leaves this morning for a 10 day tour of Tokyo, Sendai and Natori. Natori no yūjin-tachi ni kon’nichiwa!
Composting – Mrs. Maragh’s class is building a worm bin with Kayla from the Compost Centre
Salmon – Ms. Stannard’s class has been raising salmon fry and hope to release them into DeMamiel Creek today
Mt. Olympus is busy learning the digits of pi for our annual contest which takes place today after recess.
Thursday homework club, Div. 11 and others by appointment (this means you have to tell Ms. D. you’re coming in) Ms. Dvorak’s room at lunch
Field Trips- Mr. Donegani and Ms. Wien’s classes are off to bowling and mini-golf / Mrs. Maragh’s class is going to SEAPARC in the afternoon
Report Cards go home today
Enjoy your Spring Break – We will see you again on Tuesday, April 3