Please check the District website for the most current updates regarding COVID-19 and what it means for the School District. Thank you. http://www.prn.bc.ca
Some pictures from our Student Conference Day. Dunvessa and Faye came to talk to the school about therapy dogs.
About 20-30 containers are still needed for the ‘Plant a Salad’ sessions this Friday, March 13. Please send any clean salad containers to school. The containers need to have vertical sides, not be bowl shaped. Both large and small containers are needed. Thank you.
Please note that it will be an Early Dismissal at 1:45 on Wednesday, March 11 and Thursday, March 12. Friday, March 13, will be regular dismissal at 2:45.
Also a reminder that Hot Lunch Orders are closed and no late order will be accepted. Thank you.
As part of our unit on the circulatory system, students in Mrs. London’s class are learning about heart disease. Today we looked at patient records to analyze their risks for heart disease. Next up, we will be making recommendations for our patients.
The Early Years Health Round Up Event is on March 11 at the Totem Mall for children 0-5 years of age.
Please let the office know if your child will not be here on March 13 to help us plan for Student Conference Day. Thank you!
Parents – did you know the FSJ Public Library has a “Sports and Recreation” Lending Library? An awesome way to get the whole family involved in some fun, physical activity!
“The Most Amazing Time!”
“They were fun! I liked their personalities!”
“It was a blast!”
These are what some of the students had to say about the puppet residency with Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Ritchie. Our primary students absolutely loved working with the puppets. It was a very full week, with storytelling, learning how to convey movement and emotion, being introduced to performance techniques, seeing how to use props, and being introduced to the magical shadow puppets.
Many thanks to Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Ritchie for sharing their knowledge and love of puppets with our students. Thank you, too, Bert Ambrose PAC and SD 60 for your support of the residency.
Mrs. London’s class tested Newton’s Law of Inertia by building lego cars and testing to see what happened with and without seatbelts.