Students in Mrs. Tacey’s Grade 2 class participated in a Traditional Drum Teaching session with our Aboriginal Student Support Worker, Ms. Green. She spoke to the students about the Aboriginal Drum with respect to how the drum is made with prepared hide and shared the different purposes Aboriginal drums are used for.
Thought I would try to send off The Week Ahead today as I wanted to remind everyone that there is no school on Monday due to the Non-Instructional Day.
Congratulations to all of our Basketball Teams for a very successful season.
Hi Ambrose Community,
We are into our final term of hot lunch for the school year. Where has the year gone? Ordering will be open from Friday, February 22nd until WEDNESDAY, March 6th at Midnight.
Hello all. We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a Yoga fundraiser for the Grade 6 trip to Barkerville. This event will be held on March 2, 2019 from 1 pm to 2 pm at Bert Ambrose gym and is admission by donation.
On Friday, our class had an amazing opportunity to create keepsake bags with Mrs. McEachern. We learned that these traditional Aboriginal bags are used to store items that are important and unique to each individual. Each student was able to sew and decorate a leather keepsake bag.
I hope everyone had a great Family Day long weekend. Attached is “The Week Ahead” for the next two weeks … hard to believe that by the end of next week we will be turning the calendar page yet again!
Today we held our annual Jump Rope for Heart Challenge. Students in all grades participated in jumping activities in the gym. Thanks to Mrs. Barr and Mrs. London and the leadership classes for organizing and hosting this event!
Hello Bert Ambrose Community! Just a few reminders for upcoming events.
-Hot Dog orders are due tomorrow- Feb 15.
-Intermediate classes that will be going to Worsley please hand your blue forms in tomorrow.
-Jump Rope for Heart is taking place tomorrow at 1:00 pm.
Mrs. Holloway’s class, along with the other primary classes, are working on accepting differences to help prevent bullying. Todd Parr’s book, It’s Okay to be Different, was the inspiration for the project. Check out the many ‘different’