In preparation for their move to LVR next year, many of our WFMS student visited their new school to learn more about it.
Krista’s class learned about forts, in particular Fort Steele. They went on a trip to Fort Steele last week, many of them dressed in period costumes! Continue reading “Fort Steele Bound!”
Cheryl’s class made beautiful masks! Continue reading “Mask Making in Cheryl’s Class”
Thanks to PAC, we have two great new soccer nets! Several of the students helped Cole put them together in the playground. They will be put to good use for sure! Continue reading “New Soccer Nets”
Many of our Wildflower Students from Nelson and Creston attended the Pow Wow on Friday. Continue reading “Pow Wow in Creston”
We are saying goodbye and good luck to Nicky as she has successfully completed her student teaching practicum at WFMS! The students put on a pot luck lunch yesterday to show their appreciation. We will miss you!
Judith Fearing was in Cheryl’s class teaching the students about human anatomy and reproduction. Continue reading “Learning in Cheryl’s Class”
The seedlings made some yummy dandelion jelly!
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
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”