Teacher Paul Knipe wins the prestigious Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence "the Nobel prize for teaching and innovation". MBSS is the only high school with 3 recipients! Congratulations Paul!
Today, November 3, 2014 is the first day in the new school for Rocky Mountain Elementary School students!
T he Ktunaxa Flag Raising Ceremony was held at Parkland Middle School on October 29. The very moving and informative event was led by Joe Pierre and aided by the Sookanie Drummers and student representative Raven Fisher-Feltham . S tudents and staff were also treated to the traditional “fry bread” made by the Aboriginal department.
Following the tragic events in Ottawa on October 22 nd , the Socials Department at Parkland Middle School decided to send a message of support to the Canadian Army, the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and the people of Ottawa. Students and staff at Parkland signed a Canada flag during the last week of October. The flag was sent to Ottawa and taken to the War Memorial by Luc de Grandpré who graciously put it on display at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier on behalf of Parkland Middle School. The message held by the Argyll soldier reads “In support, from BC”.
Superintendent Hauptman with F.J. Mitchell Color Guard at Sparwood Secondary School Remembrance Day Ceremony.
New students in grade 1-6 were presented with F.J. Mitchell Wolf t-shirts at the first Celebration Assembly of the year. Trustee Bellina was on hand to welcome our new students to the "Pack."
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