Have You Ordered Your Yearbook?

Last chance to order your 2016 2017 School Yearbook!

Go online to the PowerSchool Parent Portal and place your order by selecting it under “Additional Items” OR print THIS FORM and submit with your $20 to the office. If you are unsure as to whether or not you have already ordered a yearbook for this year, please contact Mrs. Garley at jgarley@psd70.ab.ca or call the office at 780-963-3535.

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Memorial Composite High School Council Meeting

The final school council meeting for MCHS will be held on Monday, May 15th at 7:00 pm.  These meetings are short, to the point and a great source of information.

If you have a child going to MCHS next year and are interested in following their progress through high school and want to be a part of School Council,  please send your name and contact information to agravelle@psd70.ab.ca

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Calahoo Meats Pick Up Reminder

Just a quick reminder that the Calahoo Meats orders will be ready for pick up this afternoon, Wednesday April 26th from 1:30 to 4:00 at the Muir Lake School. You are responsible to pick up your total order from the school and distribute to your family and friends. It is important to pick up your orders at this time as unfortunately we do not have the freezer space to store the boxes for any length of time.

Thank you

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Music Monday, May 1

Parents are invited to join us this Monday, May 1 to celebrate music education.  Our grade 3-6 choir will be performing as well as the grade 6’s, the Glee Club, and some violin students.  The performance will start at 9:00am in the school gymnasium.

Choir students – please come dressed in your black t-shirts.

 

 

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Spell A Thon

REMINDER:   Pledge forms and money are due in to the office by Friday, April 21st

Our Muir Lake School Community Foundation has kicked off the annual grade K to 6 school Spell-A-Thon. All spell-a-thon money raised this year will be put toward the purchase & installation of new hydraulic basketball hoops. The school uses them all year by all classes and they need to be replaced. Approximately $34,000 will be needed for this project.

Tests were administered by the teachers the week of April 3 to 10 and pledge forms and money are due in to the office by April 21st. The final totals and all grand prize winners will be announced and handed out at an assembly on April 27. Other prizes will be distributed to students in their classrooms. The information letter, word lists & pledge form is also available by clicking HERE.

This year the prize levels will be as follows:

  • Level 1 Prize: $1 – $19.99 raised will earn PRIZE!
  • Level 2 Prize: $20-$49.99 raised will earn swimming pass!
  • Level 3 Prize: $50-$99.99 raised will earn a prize!
  • Level 4 Prize: $100 and over raised will earn a child’s movie pass!

Top prizes include 3 family adventures!

  • The top fundraiser for the school will win one of these prizes.
  • In addition, there will be 2 draws for the remaining students who have raised more than $100:
  • 1 for Kindergarten to Grade 3 students and 1 for grade 3-6 students:
  • Every student who raises $100-$150 will receive one entry into the draw
  • Every student who raises $151-$200 will receive two entries into the draw
  • Every student who raises over $200 will receive three entries into the draw

***Top fundraiser is not eligible to enter the draw for the second top prize****

The top 2 fundraising classes will receive a treat for the class.

As the Muir Lake Community School Foundation is a registered charity, tax receipts can be issued for a donation over $20 so please be sure to include your email address on the pledge form in order to receive your tax receipt.

If you have questions please contact the School Foundation via email at Muirlakefoundation@gmail.com.

Good luck and Thank You for supporting our Fundraiser!

Muir Lake Community School Foundation

 

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Easter Bunny Spotted at Muir Lake School

Muir Lake students were visited by the Easter Bunny a few days early.

Representatives from 88.1 The One, Parkland’s local Radio Station came to visit the students and to hand out treats. The students were all quite excited to see him today.

Thank you to 88.1 The One for the visit.

 

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Westview Health Ctr Request for Records

Posted on behalf of Westview Health Centre

Update on a change to the Alberta School Health Immunization Program

We are now required to complete full immunization record reviews for all Grade 5 and 9 students.  In preparation for full record reviews, we will be starting the background work of collecting immunization records from the Grade 4 and Grade 8 students.  This will allow us to ensure that our records are up to date so that when the students are in grade 5 and 9 the School Team will know what immunizations to offer.  To help with this process letters are being sent home with the grade 4 & 8 students within the next week. 

Should parents have questions please have them contact the Westview Health Centre at 780-968-3784. 

Thanks in advance for your help,
 
Melanie Burden RN BScN
Public Health Nursing, School Health Program
Westview Health Centre
4405 South Park Drive, Stony Plain,AB. T7Z 2M7
 
School Health Information
 
Alberta Health Services
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Author Visit to MLS

On Tuesday April 18th, Author/Illustrator, Mike Boldt will be visiting Muir Lake School!

Mike Boldt has been writing and illustrating for children for the past 18 years for clients such as Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Harper Collins, and Scholastic. Muir Lake Students can order personalized/autographed copies of Mike’s best selling books by filling out this Order Form and returning it to the office by April 26th. You can visit www.mikeboldt.ca for more information.

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We Care Bake Sale

Our “We Care Team” will be hosting a Bake Sale on Tuesday April 11th and Wednesday April 12th. This will take place outside the Library Learning Commons at lunch recess which is from 11:25 – 11:55 a.m. Monies collected will be part of our Global Awareness Leadership and will go to the Free The Children in support of our chosen pillar of Health this year.

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