Students in Grades 3 to 6 participated at the Heritage Fair on Thursday, April 27th.
On Tuesday February 28th Science World came and visited Hudson’s Hope School all the way from Vancouver. They demonstrated in an appealing as well as an eye catching manner to teach and show how forces work.
Yesterday, high school students got the chance to help elementary kids race their wooden C02 cars. The elementary students made the cars with the help of their big buddies in the Shop class. While the big buddies did most of the work with the power tools,
Yesterday, students from Hudsonâ€™s Hope School got a chance to go to the Glenn Stewartâ€™s horse ranch in Baldonnel. Here, the students got a tour of Glennâ€™s arena and got to meet some of the horses.
The Bold Eagle program is an opportunity for kids of Aboriginal descent to enroll in a six week camp in Wainwright Alberta to give teens a chance to see what it would be like to be in the military.
Grade 3 student: That was such an awesome day!! (To his friends)Â Didn’t you have an awesome day??
A big thank you to the students, parents, and teachers who worked hard to complete this years’ science fair projects!Â And thank you to all the judges who took the time to come and talk to our students about their work.Â