Pat Johnson

Laws without consequences

Like all fundamentals, the law of consequences is based on simple truth; actions always produce outcomes, or at least they should.

Grades 2 and 3 students having some exercise and fun under bright sunshine during their last week’s track meet.

Lots of trips and activities in final school week

The last student week of school was jam packed with all sorts of fun in the sun activities.

Grades 2 and 3 students having some exercise and fun under bright sunshine during their last week’s track meet.
Lunch with the Librarian: Grade 1 students from Mrs. Lang's class celebrate with Mrs. Baltimore in the library.

A very busy last week of school at SES

"Ready, Set, Go!" was certainly the theme of the week. Students weren't just racing for the finish lines on the track.

Lunch with the Librarian: Grade 1 students from Mrs. Lang's class celebrate with Mrs. Baltimore in the library.

Summer vacation is approaching

Summer holidays are fast approaching and many of SES's annual June traditions are underway.

Mrs. Boyd-Stadelmann's and Mrs. Hunter's Grade 2 class who placed second at Alberta Provincial Speech Festival May 29.

SES was buzzing with fun activities all week

Ahoy mates!" Kindergarten students and their teachers arrived at school disguised as pirates Friday, June 5.

Mrs. Boyd-Stadelmann's and Mrs. Hunter's Grade 2 class who placed second at Alberta Provincial Speech Festival May 29.
Constable Bill Lewadniuk poses with some of his bike rodeo students at Stettler Elementary School last week.

Enjoying self-made butter

A highlight for all of the students from kindergarten through grade five was the Bicycle Safety Rodeo.

Constable Bill Lewadniuk poses with some of his bike rodeo students at Stettler Elementary School last week.
SES students are encouraged by planting activities to enjoy the outdoors and appreciate the natural world.

Building birdhouses was a great experience

You may have noticed that there were a lot of students outdoors enjoying the hot summer-like weather the last few days.

SES students are encouraged by planting activities to enjoy the outdoors and appreciate the natural world.
ATCO Energy Education Mobile visits Stettler Elementary. Grade 4 students enjoyed  learning through the interactive displays in the educational unit.

Learning about provincial energy resources

Although it was only a three-day week for Stettler Elementary students, there were many activities going on throughout the school.

ATCO Energy Education Mobile visits Stettler Elementary. Grade 4 students enjoyed  learning through the interactive displays in the educational unit.
 Mrs. Lang's Grade 1 class proudly display building projects they made in class.

Prairie children visit the ocean in classroom

Stettler Elementary students of all ages were preparing for Mother’s Day last week.

 Mrs. Lang's Grade 1 class proudly display building projects they made in class.
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Little ones learn about dental care

Stettler Elementary School students experienced a variety of special activities and interesting lessons this week...

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SES Incredible Introducers welcome Music Festival adjudicators and special presentations at the elementary. (l-r) Front row - Conner Bredy

Science Fair winners were recognized

It is amazing how many activities and events continue to fill our weeks at Stettler Elementary School.

SES Incredible Introducers welcome Music Festival adjudicators and special presentations at the elementary. (l-r) Front row - Conner Bredy
SES students enjoyed the mini basketball camp last week.

Many volunteered to be part of McE basketball camp

“It’s spring! It’s spring!I saw a robin,” chirped a youngster as she raced across the playground in her brightly coloured dress.

SES students enjoyed the mini basketball camp last week.
Mrs. Kirby's students rehearsing for the Stettler Music Festival.

Short but busy week at SES

Ready, Set, Go! After returning from spring break the atmosphere around Stettler Elementary School was a bit like a horse race.

Mrs. Kirby's students rehearsing for the Stettler Music Festival.
Here are the seven winners of 'Illustrious Library Leader Identification Contest' holding their super-sized sucker prizes: (L-R)  Hannah Kneeland

7 Habits banners everywhere

Spring Break was a welcomed holiday and enjoyed by students and staff of Stettler Elementary School.

Here are the seven winners of 'Illustrious Library Leader Identification Contest' holding their super-sized sucker prizes: (L-R)  Hannah Kneeland
Students trying to identify “Illustrious Library Leaders”: (back to front) Cassie Smith

Hot dog lunch raised lots of money

Our last week prior to spring break commenced with the issuing of report cards at Stettler Elementary School.

Students trying to identify “Illustrious Library Leaders”: (back to front) Cassie Smith