Rememberance Day Assembly, Nov.10
West Dover's Student Council will be conducting the Remembrance Day Assembly Friday Nov. 10 10:30am-11:15am. Throughout the week students in various grades will be learning more about war and peace. As a school we will be crafting postcards for peace to veterans or canadian armed forces members.
Book Fair coming up, Nov.13-16
Quick reminder to all famalies that our annual Scholastic Book Fair will be taking place the week of Nov. 13-16. As always, its a great place to purchase those x-mas presents for family and friends. Lots of great selction and the proceeds raised help our school.
Learning Coversations coming up, Nov.1
Quick reminder to all famalies that our second learning conversations are coming up on Thursday Nov. 16 1-4 pm and 5-7:30pm. Booking opens at 9am Thursday Nov. 9. If you have any questions of require further assistance please feel free to contact the office at 403-777-8260.
Good Food Box, Nov.1
To all those parents who have placed orders for the good food box, the pick up at the school will be on Friday Nov. 3 between 10 and 11:30am. To learn more about the community kitchen program check out the following link: Good Food Box
Grade 1's to Fort Calgary to examine Treaty 7, Nov.1
The grade 1's headed off to Fort Calgary to spend some time with curator Dr. Troy Patenaude to learn more about Treaty 7. The original founding document of southern Alberta, and returns to Fort Calgary to be viewed and re-examined by all. The grade 1's will be learning abou our complex history in the Southern Region of Alberta and reflect on what committments were made in the past and how that impacts our current reality. To learn more about the exhibit check out the following link: Fort Calgary Treaty 7
West Dover Students Attending We Day, Nov.1
Twelve lucky students from West Dover's School Wellness Action Team headed down to We Day today. The students will be learning more about the five principles of the We Movement and then putting into action what they have learned in the community. To learn more about We Day and the core principles check out the following link: Me to We
Safety Assembly, Oct.31
A big thank you goes out to the grade 4/5 students and teachers who put on the safety assemly on the afternoon of Halloween. Members of the patrol team reiterated the basics of crossing safely at interesections or crosswalks while trick or treating in the skit they performed. The students also shared the top ten safety practices when out on Halloween. Students were encouraged to wear bright clothing and using make up instead of masks and always point, pause, then proceed at all intersections when crossing. All of the grade 4 and 5 students ended the assembly with the ghoulish thriller dance.
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