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The Garden Party on Friday was a spectacular show with ALM's talented students performing and the traditional oldest and youngest students planting in Agnes L Mathers memory.
Here are a few pictures but we are having difficulties adding videos...more to follow 🙂 ...
The Intermediate class rode out with our Morex guide Brian to Slatechuk Creek last Tuesday. We met Erin and Brad there and they taught us a habitat lesson. Ms. Collinson and Mr. Bedard spoke to the local and Haida history of the area. A surprising fact was told to me by Alfie (Tanya‘s Dad). He said that the area used to be clear cut and that he hunted there when he was younger. It was hard to believe for such a pristine looking area. Here is a short video montage. Enjoy! ...
As part of our Medieval unit the 4-7 students split up into groups of peasants and nobles. The peasants made us pottage and the nobles made chicken pot pie! Even though the nobles wouldn’t have been doing the cooking themselves traditionally, it was so fun having everyone in the kitchen. Yummy!
Miss Marra ...
Musical Fusion session #2 - We combined Rock Band instruments, piano, bongo drums, Haida drums, 4 mics, and a whole lot of creative energy to have a fantastic Thursday afternoon. Haa'wa to Mr C for the set up and his Musical teachings. "We are animal squad"! ...
This is just a quick reminder for parents and guardians of the 4-7 class. We are meeting at the school on Tuesday before we make our way to the old government dock for a departure time of 9:30am. Please dress in warm clothing and be prepared for all types of weather. Lunch is provided, but do bring snacks and a water bottle. Have a great weekend! ...
Hello to the parents and guardians of ALM. Looks like a beautiful day today! Just a heads up if your child is going home for lunch can you either call the school or text Mr. Bedard at 778 260 0959 to let us know. We appreciate it, as Brenda is away today and tomorrow. Have a great day! ...
Unfortunately our ALM Science Fair video continues to be unable to upload to Facebook so here are some photos to give you all an idea of how the day went! We are definitely very lucky to be a one cohort school so that we could have the whole school participating together! Presentations for this year included:
- Avery and Jack: Jurassic vs. Triassic model
- Ailish: Photosynthesis of Pea Plants experiment
- Aiden: Maglev Train demonstration
- Anten: Barometer demonstration
- Charly and Chloe: Hydrophobic experiment
- K-3: Colour Changing Celery experiment
- Tuma: Enamel Changing experiment
- Parker: Shiny Penny experiment
- Leah: Lava Lamp demonstration
Since we did not do an island-wide judging for our science fair, the 4-7s voted on the “People’s Choice” award for best presentation which ended up being a tie between Ailish and Leah! Congratulations to all of our students for the hard work they put into their projects and for working up the courage to present your findings to our school.
Miss Marra ...
|Brenda Sexton||Administrative Assistant|
|Behn Cochrane||Grades K/1/2/3|
|Jessica Marra||Grades 4/5/6/7|
|Wouter Pelunis||Special Education Resource Teacher|
|Rhonda McNeil||Indigenous Resource Worker|
|Rhonda McNeil||Strong Start Coordinator|
|Kim Forbes||Education Assistant / Librarian|
|Lindsay Quaas||Education Assistant|
|Wendy Watts||Child and Youth Counselling Services|
|Jacquie Taylor||Speech and Language Pathologist|
Agnes L. Mathers
PO Box 227
Sandspit BC. V0T 1T0