Wildflower School

Wildflower School

School District 8 (Kootenay Lake)

Bus Notes

Students Taking the Bus – If your child takes the school bus to and from school and needs to do something other than get on or off at their regular stop, or if your child is taking the bus with a friend, then they will need a bus note. This applies when: Read more →


Robot Tutorial

Students who will be competing in Robo-games on Feb 20 received a special tutorial from Brad Pommen of Nelson Tech Club this week. Read more →


Junior Achievement

Laurryn’s Leadership Group received their certificates from Junior Achievement for completing the “A BusinessIMG_2378  of our Own” course. In their lessons, they learned about business plans, marketing and promotions, financial record-keeping, and teamwork! The students ran a very successful “Photo Booth“, raising money for both their group and for the Nelson Cares Society.

Way to go!



WFMS had a guest speaker today – Daniela spoke of her experiences while living in Rwanda for 2 years.IMG_2377


Coldest Night Of the Year

coldestWildflower School is once again participating in the Coldest Night of the Year on February 20th! Please join us!

Together with thousands of Canadians across the country, our team, Wildflower School Wacky Walkers, will be walking in the Coldest Night of the Year to raise much-needed funds for the Nelson CARES Society.


Parent Shari Imada and two representatives from Nelson Cares Society spoke to our classes about “Coldest Night of the Year” fundraiser for Ward Street Place.

Event Date – Sat. Feb 20, 2016 4:00 PM
Distance – Walk 2, 5 or 10km
Cost – $25 per adult (children 12 and under free), or pledge to raise $150 (adults) or $75 (youth) and your registration fee is waived! Every walker will receive a toque.

This year our team fundraising goal is $2000. To join us, donate to our walk, or learn more, please go to our page. Any questions, please contact Shari at simada@shaw.ca


Debate Club

This past weekend our WFMS Debate Club was at J.L Crowe in Trail. They did well, placing in both the individual and team events!

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Krista and Barb’s class made sushi. Click “more” to see the pictures.  Read more →


Pink T-Shirt Day February 24

4158758_origFebruary 24 is the annual Pink T-Shirt Day anti bullying campaign. The Pink T-Shirt Day Society will be donating some shirts to our school to be given out to students.

Should anyone wish to buy a t-shirt, you can order one using the Pink T-Shirt Day Form 2016. As the Pink T-Shirt Day Society is a volunteer non-profit society, all money raised goes back into providing free t-shirts to area schools and anti-bullying initiatives in our area.


Making Bagels

Cheryl’s class made bagels with Steve Kirby today.  They were delicious!