December 9-13 was Hour of Code week. Students in Mrs. London’s class explored various coding apps on the iPad and completed coding tasks at Code.org. In addition to this we used block coding to program micro-computers called BBC Micro:bits.
The following Bert Ambrose Students won prizes in the Remembrance Day Contest held in November:Elijah Lindh – 3rd place in Poetry ContestEthan Avanthay – 2nd place in Essay ContestOwen Brown – 3rd place in Essay ContestChloe Burgher –
Our (Ms. Gatt and Mrs. Dutchak) totems are all finished. Students learned about the significance of totem poles to the West Coast Indigenous groups of Canada. They studied traditional colours, animals, carving tools and techniques as well as the types of totem poles.
Just a friendly reminder that if you are emailing the school to let us know of student absences, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the school email and it is the one that is checked by a replacement if Mrs.
Mrs. Watchel’s 2018-19 Kindergarten class enjoyed a visit with Baby JT and Mrs. Larsh from our Roots of Empathy program. The students were excited to see how many new milestones Baby JT has achieved!
Some of our primary classes, Mrs. Kursteiner, Mrs, Tacey and Mrs. Beleznay, had a wonderful time making dreamcatchers with our Indigenous Student Support Worker (ISSW) Ms. Maclean.
Students at Baldonnel Elementary School built a 10 x 12 shed as part of an ADST project. Please see attached poster for information about how the silent auction will work to sell this project. Feel free to bid if you are interested to support the efforts of students in our District.