Students who are part of the Junior Achievements group have been learning about and working on business opportunities. The project they chose was to produce, order, and sell hats designed by the group. They decided that any profit would go towards school equipment. Continue reading “Junior Achievement Hat Sale!”
WFMS put on an evening of food and entertainment last week with their Cabaret! From all reports, it was a lot of fun and the kids did such a fantastic job! Here are some pictures of the dress rehersal https://goo.gl/photos/KaefYrqDkmy3JVyq8
PAC is planning a year end party and BBQ at Lakeside Park on Thursday, June 8th from 4:30 – 7:30 at Lakeside Park’s Rotary Shelter. Continue reading “Year End Party and BBQ!”
Summer Kids Clay Camps – ages 7-14 years, any level of experience!
Time: 10am-12pm Monday to Friday for one week.
Cost: $175 includes all materials and firing.
June 19-23, or June 26-30.
Hand building, sculpture, and wheel throwing. Small class sizes, register early as space is limited. Contact Kathi Hofmann firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 250-352-3209
The Wildflower K-1 class (Seedlings) have been very busy learning about bees and people, and what they both need to be safe and healthy! You can read more about it at https://sd8learns.sd8.bc.ca/150stories/2017/05/01/save-the-bees/
Lots of great things going on in our Creston classroom! Continue reading “Wildflower Creston”
Our students enjoyed a demonstration of rhythmic instruments and learning about their origins. Continue reading “Rhythmic Instruments”
As there have been reported cases of both lice and pinworms, please read the information about both by clicking the links below.
If your child is diagnosed with either, please notify the office. All information is kept confidential in this regard. Thank you for your help and cooperation. Continue reading “Health Information”
Join us for the Wildflower Screening and Talking Circles with Gabriel Keczan on Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00 pm at Wildflower School
Audience: older teens (recommended 16+), parents, guardians, grandparents, coaches, teachers, caregivers. ALL welcome!
PLEASE NOTE: if you cannot make it to this event, there will be a screening at Trafalgar Middle School on Wednesday, April 19th at 7:00 pm.
There is a Food Safe course coming up on Friday, April 28th from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. While there is no age minimum, the course is recommended for children aged 12 and older.
We are limited to 15 registrations and it is on a first come, first serve basis.
The cost is $90, but PAC is subsidizing the course, so you only pay $50!
Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle! Well, Krista’s class was reusing items they found and turned them into art!
Nicely done! Continue reading “Found Objects Art!”
The Creston Wildflower students presented their heritage projects. Outstanding work! Continue reading “Heritage Projects”
PAC is looking for someone to coordinate our Gardenfest booth. We also need a few people with trucks who are available to move plants and tables/benches.