Please note that buses have been cancelled today: https://www.prn.bc.ca/?p=4431
Our annual Christmas Concert was beautiful. We had a record turnout of family and community members. Ms Dee once again wrote and created a fun and meaningful production that entertained us all and was truly rewarding for our students. Merry Christmas to all!
Our grade 7-9’s worked very hard and learned a lot about marketing. The Fair was a huge success. Thank you to the many community members who stopped by to shop!
Our School Science Fair was once again a fantastic event. It is truly amazing to watch our grade three to six students share their projects with their peers, parents, and judges. I greatly enjoy observing how each child’s confidence grows as they present to different audiences. A big thank you to our teachers and support staff for their guidance, and of course to parents for supporting your child(ren). We had a great turnout of parents, relatives, and community members to our Fair! Also a big thank you to our many volunteer judges:
Mattias Gibbs, Levi Verlaan, Nigel Tilsen, Laurie Petrucci, Lorenne Hamre, Guy Armitage, Bill Lindsay, Wally Harwood, Tashana Winnicky, James Paulgaard, Erich Schmidt,Tim Hart, Dave Sloan, Deborah Peck, Ross Peck, and Grace Okada
Congratulations to the following students who will be representing our school at the Regional Science Fair this Spring: Hadley Gilliss, Sheigh Siemens, Andrew Quibell, Kaden McAndrews, Madison Beebe, Stella Matchett, Halle Beebe (gr 3), Damian Aldridge, Ayden Quibell, Penelope Mercereau, Addison Carruthers
Our school Science Fair takes place this Wednesday. Come and check out the great projects! Schedule is below.
9:30 – 10:00 – Practise Time.
10:00 – 11:45 – Judging
12:30-1:30 – General Viewing
Our grade 4-7 students enjoyed a fun day exploring different career options, while also participating in engaging hands-on activities. A big thank you to Mrs. Conway and her School District 60 Careers Team! The students rotated through six different stations including “Medical, Textiles, Try a Tool, Electrical, Welding, and Horticulture”. We were very thankful to have Mr. Paulgaard run the Medical Station (with a tour of the ambulance as an added bonus), and Lannie Rhymer provided an awesome hands-on horticulture station! Jesse Matheson put together a great career information station with books from the library (which the Career Team thought was such an awesome idea, they are going to incorporate the idea into their future Career Days). Also, thank you Mrs. Hart for volunteering to help out wherever needed. Awesome work everyone! Below are just a few quick pics!
Greetings Parents & Community Members;
Our Parents’ Advisory Council has organized a great fundraiser to help support programs such as Cruisin’ Days, Work Ethic’s Honour Roll, and much more. We will be selling poinsettias, wreaths, and planters. Click on the link below to find out more information. You can order online, or simply complete a paper order form (attached). We also have forms at the school office. All purchases are “Cash or Cheque”. Cheques are payable to “Hudson’s Hope School PAC”. Orders and payment are due Monday Nov. 25th. Items will be available for pickup at Hudson’s Hope School on December 5th from 3:30 – 5:30pm
Paper Order Forms: https://hudson.prn.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Order-Forms.pdf
Online Ordering: https://hudsonshope.growingsmilesfundraising.com
Check out this link to an article by the Alaska Highway News featuring the beautiful home our students built last year! Missing from the photo – Martell Loberg (attending UNBC), and Sarah Haagsman (attending Northern Lights College). Great work HAWKS!
Last Wednesday morning, our elementary students were put into small groups, and then rotated through a variety of locations such as the bus, assembly area, “4-square”, and many others. A big thank you to Mrs. Scott’s grade 5/6 class for doing a fantastic job teaching our younger students how to be great H.A.W.K.S. in a variety of different settings. The grade 5/6’s obviously practised a lot and spent some time to make their presentations fun and engaging. Teaching our youth what good citizenship looks like (rather than telling them how “not to act”), is a big part of how we are able to create a positive culture in our school. Also, these types of opportunities help our different age groups to connect to one another in positive ways; fostering stronger relationships. Way to go HAWKS!
The Farrell Creek Bus will not be available this afternoon due to mechanical issues.