Fernie Secondary School student Olivia Roberts with Lynn and Artteacher Jay Arnold in front of Olivia's snowboard artwork.
High Flying Madison caught in action by student photographer Tori.
The new off-leash dog park opened on April 13, 2106 at the old Muriel Baxter Elementary School Site!
The Native Garden looks great thanks toeveryone’s efforts. The vegetable garden will be a real asset, and will help topublicize all the fine environmental work being done throughout the school!
Project Heavy Duty is off to a great start at the Cranbrook City Works Yard. 25 participants took part in 12 different stations taking turns running heavy duty equipment. Hats off to the many sponsors who helped to make this project a huge success!
G rade 11 students from Fernie Secondary recently travelled toCalgary to visit the University of Calgary and SAIT.
Pinewood Elementary School Kindergarten students are making great use of the newly added Sitting Stones on the playground!!
The Cranbrook Hub for Refugees has been encouraging schools in the area to collect bottles and cans to help support the refugee family that will soon be arriving in Cranbrook. The Grades 2 and 3 classes at Kootenay Orchards took on this challenge – they collected a small mountain of juice boxes, cans and bottles!
Thanks to the Wild Voices program, the Grade Three class at Kootenay Orchards was able to visit the Thibeault Ranch to learn about cattle farming, sheep herding, market gardens and CHICKENS.
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