Just a reminder of the Family Dance tonight from 6:30-8:00 in the gym.
We are now accepting Kindergarten Registrations for September 2020. Your child needs to be turning 5 by December 31, 2020 in order to be registered.
We require the following when registering your child:
-Proof of residency: something with your physical address on it such as bills. rental/purchase agreement, etc.
The office is open from 8:00-3:15 for accepting registrations. Please call if you have any questions, 250-785-2321.
Please click on the link below to view some pictures from our Christmas Concert. Thank you to all involved in making our Christmas Concert come to life!
This is a notice that there will be a Public Special Board Meeting to determine catchment areas on January 13, 2020, 2:30 pm, at the School District 60 offices.
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. Next week, we will be using coding to create digital Christmas cards.
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 – 1st place in Colour Poster categoryAshley Lawson – 3rd place in Black & White Poster category
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. Students designed a totem pole piece where the animal and colours chosen represented their strengths and characteristics. This project linked to Social Studies, Visual Art, ADST and the the Personal/ Social Core Competency.
Mr. Dutchak’s class collected items for Peace Seniors Connect and Care as a way to give back to our community. Items were picked up this week and we hope to brighten someone’s Christmas this year.
We also went to the ELC to make support posters for the Trackers 4th Annual Foodbank game. A few of the Trackers stopped by and signed our posters. I huge thank you to Mr. Salinas’ Communication class for helping us design, create and paint our posters!
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. Selin is absent. Thank you for letting us know when your children are absent, it is much appreciated!
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!