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Things are progressing on the new library -- you can search what we have so far! We anticipate the students ...Read More
Our school is a busy place, with active and excited students going about their day. The safety of your children ...Read More
Please learn all of my seven traffic safety rules because I want you to be safe. It is important to know ...Read More
Orange Shirt Day is a day when we honour the Indigenous children who were sent away to residential schools in ...Read More
Swimming lessons are scheduled and ready for registration! This will be Wildflower's second year with the new structure for school ...Read More
Please check with your child to see if they are interested in running - many picked up permission forms at ...
Parents are welcome to in on any of the Pro-d sessions offered on Sept. 20th. No need to register, just ...Read More
This is a question we get sometimes get asked. While this list defines their role (it's from their constitution), the ...Read More
Homeschooling Club Opportunity (Friday's) This is a tremendous opportunity that is available on Friday's 1-3 pm at the school. In ...Read More
We do have students in our school that have potentially life threatening allergies (anaphylaxis) related to insect stings and food ...Read More
It’s time to order lunches for the fall session using MunchaLunch.com. We are offering lunches on Tuesday and Thursday until ...Read More
PAC in Nelson is putting on a welcome back celebration
on Sept 3rd! You are welcome to come anytime after 8:00 am ...Read More
Transportation is now offering on-line Student Bus Registration through the SD # 8 webpage. All busing students need to re-register ...Read More
The Stay Sweet Event Save The Date!! June 7th Central school gym 4:00pm – 6:00pm Silent Auction! Cafe table! Live ...Read More
Help Wildflower School PAC raise funds for improvements to their School! (we are hoping to build breakout spaces, cubbies and/or ...Read More
Wildflower School End of Year Party and Potluck BBQ Thursday, June 6th 4:30pm-7:30pm Lakeside Rotary Shelter PAC will do the ...Read More
Wildsight is pleased to share information about our upcoming summer course: The Columbia River Field School. The Columbia River Field ...Read More
Earlier in April, the WFMS hosted African-American storyteller, and Kaslo resident, Shayna Jones
. Shayna spent the morning sharing stories from ...Read More
The Wildflower Middle School students and staff celebrated the end of Term 2 with an afternoon at Morning Mountain. Skating, ...Read More
This is an introduction to indoor climbing for students aged 8 - 12. Friday - April 5, 12, 26 and ...Read More
2019 Beijing International Student Summer Camp When: mid-July for 10 days Hosted by: Beijing International Education Exchange (BIEE) Location: Beijing, ...Read More
We are planning to have a Wildflower Jam Night on Thursday March 7th, from 5:30-7:30pm. What is it?: Some of ...Read More
The 2019 Polka Dot Dragon Lantern Festival was a great success on Feb. 17th (Sunday). Under an almost full moon, ...Read More
It was a beautiful day for the seedings "Winter Wonderland" learning, with activities including building under snow mouse houses, feeling ...Read More
The big snowfall meant some playground fun in the snow in Creston.
2019 POPSICLE STICK BRIDGE BUILDING CONTEST ENGINEERS & GEOSCIENTISTS BC West Kootenay Branch Where and When: L.V. Rogers Secondary School, ...Read More
Baby Jolene visited us with Roots of Empathy. It was so wonderful, and the children were amazing with her - ...Read More
The students made kokanee fish and fish lanterns! You can see them in the first floor hallway.
Parents, don’t miss this unique presentation at Wildflower on February 4th from 11:00 am - 12:00 noon! Dorje Dolma is ...Read More
The seedlings got back into the routine after New Year with some math activities.
Some current and former Wildflower students competed in the provincial championships and are part of the top club in the ...Read More
Nelson-born and raised author, journalist, and storyteller dropped by to share the Chinese tale of Sun Wukong, the Monkey King ...Read More
Wildflower Nelson students were treated to a performance by the student Samba Band yesterday. The band then proceeded down to ...Read More
The Seedlings have been learning about poems as we went to Cottonwood Falls to 'catch a poem' and map out the ...Read More
Local author Lee Reid spent time this week with a group of Grade 6-8 students sharing her passion for writing ...Read More
The Seedlings learned about tree medicines with Jenna! Strength, heart, grounding are some of the gifts and medicines trees give ...Read More