The students in Mrs. Petuh’s class are showing their wealth of knowledge through their final projects for the human body. Well done!
Thank you to the parents, staff, students, and BMO helpers, who helped to fill many of our community garden beds on Saturday. What teamwork!!
However, we did run out of dirt so we will need to do some more work to fill the beds so that the students can plant 🙂
A big thank you to the Matson family who not only helped all morning but brought us the extremely useful ramp for the wheelbarrows!
Braxton, Travis, and Venice represented Alwin Holland at the District Speech contest this morning with great success. Venice Aspi won gold and the team won the overall for the second consecutive year!
Congratulations speakers for your composure, your hard work, and poise. You represented us well.
On May 4, people from all corners of the province — individuals, families, corporations and schools — are encouraged to #JeanUp and support kids at BC Children’s Hospital.
How does it work? Simply buy a button ($5) official retailers and then wear your favourite denim outfit on Jeans Day.
We will be selling buttons for $5 here at the school.
Sportsmanship, teamwork, dedication, and perseverance lead to an outstanding performance on Thursday on Friday at the District Badminton tournament for our Alwin Holland athletes! We had numerous winners in singles and doubles and as a team we won. A big thank you to Mr. Mackay and Ms. MacDonald for coaching!
Our Badminton team will be heading to NPSS after school on Thursday and all day on Friday to compete in the district tournament. Thank you to Mr. Mackay and Ms. MacDonald for all of their hard work in coaching this team.
As the weather continues to challenge us, please help your child to dress appropriately for the weather with coats, toques, mitts, and boots. As well, it is helpful to send a change of clothes in their back pack in case of a slip or fall.
It looks like it may be wet and slippery for some time yet. As well, our lost and found bins are already filling up so please take a look if you are missing any items.
We will have a paper airplane toss on Tuesday, April 18th for any intermediate student that wishes to participate.
Rules: Planes are to be paper only with no staples, tape, or any other assisting device. You may decorate your plane to make it unique to you.
The cost is $1 per plane and you may throw a maximum of 5 planes. The goal is to get the plane close to a target. You are allowed to make a plane with a buddy class or get assistance from parents or other adults.
Funds will go towards the grade 6 farewell event.