It’s hard to believe that the last week of school has arrived! It will be a busy week, and I just wanted to keep you up to date on some of the events we’ve planned. Students brainstormed some of their favourite activities to fit into our last few days. Due to the weather forecast, some have been rearranged from our discussion on Friday.
Am: Finish Year end Scrapbooks
11 am: Wagner Natural Area Donation Presentation (Congratulations to our students for raising a total of $317.70 through their Art Show!)
Pm: Arts and Crafts
Am: Pond at Jubilee Park. Please ensure your child is dressed and prepared for the warm weather (hats, sunscreen, water bottles, bug spray) and have running shoes on as we will be walking lots. Rubber boots will also come in handy!
11-12: Talent Show (Congratulations to all those who tried out, and Avery, Devi, Shyann, Hannah and Jubilee who will be performing!)
Pm: Games at Jubilee Park
Pajamas & Stuffies/Comfy Clothes Day
Pm: Fort building, Movie/Board games Students are welcome to bring card and board games from home to play
Last day of school!
It is a very busy time of year, and we have lots going on! Just a few reminders:
- Our students loved our field trip to the Wagner Natural Area, and were excited to learn that there will be free guided tours on Sunday, June 18, focusing on the plant life. It’s the right time of year to spot those rare yellow lady slippers! For more information check the website.
- Our Art Show to support the Wagner Natural Area Society continues tonight. We raised over $100 on Wednesday, and students were thrilled to have the work on display, and with the many positive comments that were made. Come check it out from 6-8 pm tonight.
- We are holding our BYOD presentation tonight in the Collaboration Centre beginning at 6:30 pm. Some of our students and projects this year will be highlighted in the presentation and we would love to have you join us.
- Ask your child about our Painted Lady caterpillars, who are currently undergoing their metamorphosis as bug soup! We were excited to learn that there will be a Painted Lady Butterfly migration in Alberta this year, which only occurs every 10-15 years. Keep your eyes open this July! For more information, check this link.
Have a great day!
Come and Celebrate & Learn with Us!
Who: Students Grades 1-8 & and Parents who want to join
What & When: Thursday, June 15th 11:30am – 1:45pm
– Picnic (bring your own) outside in the back field with Prescott student leaders leading First Nation traditional games
– Prescott Learning Centre Fundraising Foundation concession stand available. (Freezies, Popcorn, Juice)
– First Nations Dancer from Stony Plain Central School
BYOD Parent Information Session
We are inviting all parents of students entering grade 3-9 to come and learn the value of students having their own personal device to enhance their learning.
When: Thursday, June 15, 2017 @6:30pm
Where: Prescott Learning Centre Collaboration Centre
We hope to see you there!
It has been brought to our attention that we have students in our building that are highly sensitive to scents. To maintain an inclusive learning environment that is comfortable for all, we are asking that ALL SPRAY cologne, perfume and deodorant be applied at home and not at school. If students need to reapply deodorant after PE or during the day, they will need to use the non-spray type.
We appreciate your support in ensuring a safe, caring and inclusive learning environment for all to learn!
Dear Grade 3 families,
The Grade 3 students are holding an original Art Show to benefit our local Wagner Natural Area. Art pieces sold by donation will go to support the Wagner Natural Area Society.
The art show will be held at Prescott Learning Centre on the evenings of:
- Wednesday, June 14th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm during the performance of Alice in Wonderland
- Thursday, June 15th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm during the BYOD information session
Any students who can be at the school during these times to act as hosts are welcome. We understand June is a busy month with many commitments, and appreciate that not all can attend.
This project covers a wide variety of curricular outcomes
- Health (Volunteerism)
- Social (Global citizenship)
- Math (Money, addition/subtraction/multiplication)
- Science (Animal life cycles)
- Language Arts (Present and share)
Some students have expressed a want to sell a variety of other items such as cards and candy and we ask that they bring these items in from home on the day of. These are not required as all classes will be creating art pieces, however anything extra brought in for donation will be of benefit to the Wagner Natural Area Society.
Grade 3 Team
Our students had a great hands on session with University of Alberta students today. They chose the words exciting, metamorphic, geology and extraordinary to describe their learning. Ask your child to explain how these terms apply to what they learned today!
On Monday, May 29 we are having experts from the University of Alberta come in to teach us about the various properties of rocks and minerals and also about potential careers in this field. Students will explore the properties through various tests in order to determine the type of rock or mineral.
We are looking for volunteers who are willing to spend 1+ hrs with us tomorrow morning from 11:00 – 12:00 for some exploration and learning. Our goal is to have more adults to run the 4 stations efficiently for our students.
If you are interested, please send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the third year of this very successful event. Registration ends very soon, so for more information please check out the link.