Our students have been reflecting on the sacrifices that were made by those who served our country and their families. They created poems and posters to express their thoughts and to enter into the Royal Canadian Legion’s Poster and Literacy Contest. Today at our Remembrance Day assembly we remembered all those whose lives have been […]
The excitement mounted as students arrived to school dressed in their costumes on October 29. The students set to work carving Jack-O-Lanterns from the pumpkins donated by ‘Namgis Community Services. The costume parade was held in the gym at 1:00. The students then unleashed their creativity making fruit and vegetable monsters. On Monday, November 1 […]
Retired NHL player, Jordin Tootoo, came to Alert Bay on October 27 as part of this year’s We Care Fair, an event put on by the Nawalakw Health Society, Kwakiutl District Council Health and the First Nations Health Authority. Jordon spoke at the Lawrence Ambers Recreation Centre addressing mental health and suicide. Our students were […]
Our students and staff showed their school spirit and creativity on Wacky Hair Day.
During the week of Sept. 27 – Oct 1 students participated in lessons and activities about residential schools. The lessons and activities were intended to encourage thought and investigation into this part of our history. A draw was held for a Every Child Matters Hoodie. Peter was our lucky winner. Our school partnered with the […]