The school year is winding down and this will be our last newsletter.
Congratulations to Gordon Deforest in 601 who raised $125 for the Heart and Stroke
Foundation, and to Sarah Burningham in 602 who raised $120 and collected pledges
from sixty different sponsors! Together 601 and 602 raised $2,150.00!! Congratulations
and thanks for savin' hearts, grade six.
Classes 701, 702, and 703 have been busy selling chocolate bars to help raise money for their field trips to Torch Trail on June 23 (701), June 24 (702) and June 25 (703). The students will be participating in a number of activities including, archer, canoeing, horse back riding and swimming. A full itinerary will be sent home with each student in the first week of June. Three or more parent volunteers will be needed to accompany each class.
Twenty-six students are planning a canoeing adventure aboard your trusty canoes on the Churchhill River. The adventure begins on the morning of June 11, 1998, where we will be leaving from Otter Rapids. With assistance from our expert canoer Ms. Fafard, we will brave the rapids, wildlife, and weather. Mr. Bedel and Mr. Mutch have eagerly agreed to accompany us on the trip as a learning experience. On our trip we will stop at Robertson's Falls, Stanley Mission and Nistowiak Falls. We arrive home on June 14.
From the Library
Treasures Abound at your Library! Join the summer reading program at the Community
Library. Starting in July:
Junior Badminton Team
Our Division III Badminton Team did very well at the Division tournament in Bjorkdale. Marcy Werth and Dennis Syrenne won Gold in mixed doubles. Michael Anderson earned Gold in boy's singles. Nicole Bromm won Silver in girl's singles. Aaron Eskra and Dayne DeMarsh won Gold in boy's doubles. Heather Dyck and Maria Gruending earned Gold in girl" doubles.
From Student Services
Student Loans meeting at L.P. Miller High School in Nipawin in their multipurpose
room Tuesday, June 2 at 7:30 pm. Anyone wanting to attend this session please register
with Ms. Fulton. Grade 12 Students who have applied to post secondary schools will
receive a form letter from Ms. Fulton that requests Sask Education to send their
final marks directly to the schools of their choice. Note: transcripts must be
sent directly from Sask Education, please do not send transcripts on your own.