On Friday January 30, St. Martin’s welcomes the Alberta Opera to our school as they perform Aladdin. The Alberta Opera has visited St. Martin’s School a number of times and the event is always a hit with our students. The event is made possible due to the support of our parent community and the St. Martin’s Catholic School Foundation.
The opera starts at 1:30 pm and parents are welcome to join us in the gymnasium.
The January SAC and Foundation meetings will meet on January 20 instead of January 27 at the regular time (Foundation at 6:00 pm and SAC at 7:00 pm) in the library. This change is required due to the EICS CEPAC (Catholic Education Parent Advisory Committee) meeting that is scheduled for the 27th.
Please mark your calendars and consider joining a dedicated group of parents with these two important organizations.
The grade fives are taking advantage of the cold, windy weather to practice using their weather recording instruments they have created in science. They measure the temperature, wind speed, and direction so they can calculate the wind chill. They have been fairly accurate, but they don’t think you will like the weather that they are predicting!
Please be advised that the previously scheduled School Advisory Council meeting for December 16 has been cancelled. The December 16 Foundation meeting is still scheduled for 6:00 pm, however. All parents are invited to attend the meeting. If attending, please park in the staff parking lot as their is a function in the gym that will take up other parking around the school.
On Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 1:45 pm, the process of setting up the stage for the Christmas concert. The old adage of many hands making light work certainly comes into play so any adult assistance would be greatly appreciated. Please sign in at the office and make your way to the gym for 1:45 pm.
A Big Thank you to everyone for supporting the fall book fair which resulted in us passing our $4000.00 goal. This will give over $2600.00 in scholastic books for the school! Great job everyone!