We Are Silent

On Tuesday, May 3, over 40 students at Muir Lake will take a vow of silence for 24 hours. This is support of children around the world who do not have access to education, food, medicine or clean water. This is also to show support for students across Canada who suffer from bullying. Students are collecting money in the form of pledges from their friends and family.

This year all proceeds will be divided between to great causes. The first cause is Free the Children who will use the money to provide basic and essential items to children around the world.

This year half of the money will be give to one of our grade 6 students. Jacob will be visiting Guatemala in June. He will use the money raised to buy the material needed to build beds for families in Guatemala. Well done, Jacob. We wish you a safe and rewarding trip. Further questions can be directed to Mrs. Matsuba.

Print Friendly

Spell A Thon

spellathonMLSC Foundation would like to thank everyone for participating in the Muir Lake School Spell-A-Thon – it was a great success.

Please get your Pledge forms and money in to the school ASAP so that the final calculations can be done on this great fundraising project.

Once again, thank you for your continued support of the School Foundation and Muir Lake School! 

Foundation Logo in Colour

Print Friendly

Spring and Kindergarten Grad Photos

lifetouchLifetouch Canada will be at Muir Lake School on Tuesday April 26th and Wednesday April 27th to do Spring & Sibling Photos. Kindergarten students will have their Grad Photos taken at the same time.  Up to three siblings can have their photo taken together in these photos. Feel free to contact the school if you have any questions.

Print Friendly

K-5 Under the Sea Theme Day

As in past years(Dr.Seuss Day, Medieval Days, Space Days) the K-5 classrooms will be taking part in an Under the Sea theme day. Students will be put into multi-grade groupings and will rotate into classrooms to take part in a variety of theme related activities. We would like to once again decorate the hallways to enhance the students excitement and enjoyment of this event. We will be decorating after school on Tuesday, April 26. We would welcome any parental help that we can get. If you are able to give us a hand with this fun job please drop by the school on Tuesday or contact Mrs. Matsuba. (smatsuba@psd70.ab.ca).

Print Friendly

Music Monday

You are invited to Music Monday where we celebrate music education.  It will be held on monday, May 2 at 9:00am in the gymnasium.  We will have a short program including performances by our Muir Lake Choir, the violin club, a recorder ensemble, and the 7-9 Glee Club.  We are excited to celebrate the accomplishments of these talented musicians and the positive influence of music on our lives.
Any questions, please direct them to Mrs. Gottenbos.
Print Friendly

Donations for “Under the Sea” event

As part of our special event, “Under the Sea”, for Kindergarten to grade 5 students we are looking for donations of the following:

Goldfish Crackers

blue Kool-aid

Dixie cups 

8-10 ounce plastic drinking cups

Please send your donations to Mrs. Montgomery or Mrs. Daub by Monday, April 25.  Thanks in advance for helping us give our students a treat.


Print Friendly

You Are Invited . . .

. . .  To our annual

Volunteer Appreciation Tea

Under The Sea on April 28th at 11:30 in the Library Learning Commons


You are our treasured volunteers and we are looking forward to having you be our guest so that we can say “THANK-YOU” for all time, effort and support you have given to our students and school. 

Please go to this  link to our invitation and RSVP by Friday April 15th

Light snacks and entertainment will be provided.

Print Friendly

Dr Peter Jensen ADHD Sessions

Posted on behalf of Alberta Health Services . . . . . 
BACK by Popular Demand! Over 500 people attended the last conference.  Don’t miss out!
In celebration of National Child & Youth Mental Health Day we are thrilled that Dr. Peter Jensen will be coming to Edmonton on May 7, 2016.
The morning session will be targeted at  physicians, therapists, counselors and education professionals working with ADHD across the lifespan. This is a rare opportunity to update your knowledge on the latest research and treatment modalities.
The afternoon session will provide caregivers with practical solutions to support children and adolescents with ADHD. If you are a parent, foster parent, group home worker, guardian, teacher’s aide, adult role model, or community member with an interest in ADHD this is the session for you! You won’t want to miss out on learning about the principles of raising a child with ADHD.
The April “Stronger Together” Newsletter is also available by clicking HERE.
Thanks to our sponsors we are able to provide both sessions at a reasonable cost.
Print Friendly