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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. (more…)
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The Mask You Live In

The Mask You Live In

School News
Join us for the Wildflower Screening and Talking Circles with Gabriel Keczan on Tuesday, April 25th at 7:00 pm at  Wildflower School More information: film screening April 25 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hc45-ptHMxo 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.  
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Food Safe Course

Food Safe Course

School News
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! Please fill out the foodsafe form and see Anne in the office to register! (more…)
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Climbing at the Cube

Climbing at the Cube

School News
This is an introduction to indoor climbing for students aged 7+. This activity will run for three consecutive Fridays, from 1-3 pm on April 21, April 28, and May 5. Registration is for all three days. Total cost is $75. (more…)
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Vision Workshop

Vision Workshop

School News
Sofeya Devji was in Emily's class today! Sofeya teaches and supports students with vision impairments, and she was showing the class what different impairments might feel like in order to build awareness and understanding. (more…)
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Salad Bar for Spring

Salad Bar for Spring

PAC, School News
PAC is offering the Salad bar again after spring break. The day of the week has changed to Wednesday in order to accommodate the many activities going on between now and the end of the school year. Forms are due back on Wednesday, March 15. Salad Bar Order Form - Spring 2017
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Provincial Debate Tournament

Provincial Debate Tournament

Community, School News, WFMS
Congratulations to Suki and Willa who participated in a the 'Law Foundation Cup', a Provincial debate tournament held in Burnaby last weekend. As a team, they placed 2nd in the province in the Novice age category. Outstanding! Two former WFMS students, Riley and Harlan, also participated in the tournament. Way to go, everyone!
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Grocery Card Fundraiser

Grocery Card Fundraiser

School News
The latest grocery card fundraiser forms went home yesterday. You can also download the form Wildflower Grocery Card Order Form WFMS 2017 Every dollar spent on a grocery card will go towards your groceries. Save-on Foods and the Kootenay Coop will contribute a percentage to our school based on the amount of cards that our school buys. Grocery cards are available in $50 and $100 denominations. Please fill out the form and include cash or cheque made out to the Wildflower PAC by March 6. It takes up to one week for the grocery card order to be processed and for the cards to be activated for use at the store. The WFMS class will be using the funds raised for their trip to Shakesfest in Vernon (“The Play is the…
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Creston Wildflower Raffle

Creston Wildflower Raffle

School News
Wildflower in Creston is holding a raffle! The first prize is round trip airfare for 2 with Pacific Coastal Airlines from Cranbrook to Vancouver, Victoria, or Kelowna. There is also a lovely hand made quilt, a bedside table, and a silk flower arrangement to be won. Tickets are just $5 each and are available from the office in Nelson or the classroom in Creston. Please help support the kids in their fundraising efforts!
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Birds Nests

Birds Nests

School News
Laurryn's Seedlings class is studying birds.  They hunted for bird tracks on the playground and some of them made their own bird nests at lunch today. (more…)
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