Sandra Norman

Good-bye, Mr. Roach

Staff at Stettler Elementary said a fond farewell to Mr. Mike Roach…

Did you find the treasure? – Stettler elementary kindergarten pirates search for clues to find their buried treasure during their pirate day last Wednesday

Rain or shine, fitness top priority

Mrs. Sandra Norman’s pre-kindergarten class at Stettler Elementary School concluded the year…

Did you find the treasure? – Stettler elementary kindergarten pirates search for clues to find their buried treasure during their pirate day last Wednesday
A taste of railways – A group of Stettler Elementary School paid a visit to the trains of the Alberta Paririe Railway Excursions  to learn about the engines that still pull their trains after many decades.

Fitness Challenge successfully met, classes complete year-end activities

Stettler Elementary School has successfully completed the Go Active! Fitness Challenge with…

A taste of railways – A group of Stettler Elementary School paid a visit to the trains of the Alberta Paririe Railway Excursions  to learn about the engines that still pull their trains after many decades.

Time for year-end field trips

Stettler Elementary School is very proud of the Grade 2 classes of…

SES student to spend day at legislature

Our grade 5 students took part in a program back in April…

Learning food

Stettler Elementary School was a hub of activity last week, as classrooms…

RCMP detachment has young visitors

On Thursday, April 29, Stettler Elementary School students were fortunate enough to enjoy a performance called “When We Came West” – a pioneer drama performed by Millar College of the Bible.

Little red hen and her chicks - Taylor Roth

SES resonated with talent last week

Stettler Elementary School had many opportunities to show off their talents during the week.

Little red hen and her chicks - Taylor Roth

Swimming lessons resume for students

Stettler Elementary School was busy as usual this past week.
We had ECS registration for those children entering kindergarten next year on Monday and Tuesday of last week

SES litterless lunches to continue for all

Kindergarten registration is underway for the 2010/2011 school year.
The official registration days were this past week, however, if you have not yet registered, you may do so by visiting the Stettler Elementary School office and filling out the necessary forms.

Successful entries  –  Successful Stettler Elementary School students showing their certificates they placed second for their science experiments displayed at the recent Science Fair in Red Deer.

SES prepares to mark Earth Day on April 22

All of the elementary students had the opportunity to participate in a noon hour dance as the wind up to the intramural season.

Successful entries  –  Successful Stettler Elementary School students showing their certificates they placed second for their science experiments displayed at the recent Science Fair in Red Deer.
Seeing is believing - Brandon Nielsen is busy in his Grade 1 science class building and testing out his boat.

Farm safety was a popular topic at SES

The first week of March, all Stettler Elementary School children took part in the Safety Smarts Program delivered by the Alberta Farm Safety Centre.

Seeing is believing - Brandon Nielsen is busy in his Grade 1 science class building and testing out his boat.
A wonderful event -Stettler Elementary School’s Avery Olafson takes part in the Olympic Games closing ceremony and is pleased with the mascot she was given through a donation from Wonder Bread to Stettler elementary for its physical education program.

Great physical education program brings mascots and healthy habits

We entered a Wonder Bread Fitness Challenge before Christmas to encourage our students to participate and exercise in our physical education classes and during recesses.

A wonderful event -Stettler Elementary School’s Avery Olafson takes part in the Olympic Games closing ceremony and is pleased with the mascot she was given through a donation from Wonder Bread to Stettler elementary for its physical education program.

Olympics staged at SES

It was an event of Olympic proportions - the highly anticipated Stettler Elementary School Olympic Games.

Winter Olympics rule for SES students

Olympic fever is catching on at Stettler Elementary School during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.

Rocket enthusiasts – Stettler elementary  students designed and built their own rockets under the HEART program that operates out of SES and launched them last Thursday.

Impressive performance in sport stacking

To wrap up their dinosaur unit, students in Mrs. Denyse Boyd’s kindergarten class had their high school buddies come down and write dinosaur stories for them. The dinosaur unit was very exciting for Mrs. Boyd’s students.

Rocket enthusiasts – Stettler elementary  students designed and built their own rockets under the HEART program that operates out of SES and launched them last Thursday.
A meaningful donation – Grade-2 student Hannah Duncan went for her first “real” haircut and wanted to donate her 14-inch ponytail to make a wig for someone recovering from cancer treatment. It was all Hannah’s idea and Hannah is excited that her hair will be used to help someone she does not. know.

Sport stacking techniques perfected all last week

As part of their science unit on classroom chemistry, Mrs. Fox’s Grade 5 students have been examining the solubility of various household powders such as baking soda, cornstarch, salt, and sugar.

A meaningful donation – Grade-2 student Hannah Duncan went for her first “real” haircut and wanted to donate her 14-inch ponytail to make a wig for someone recovering from cancer treatment. It was all Hannah’s idea and Hannah is excited that her hair will be used to help someone she does not. know.
Learning to read  – Kindergarten and Grade 1 students created an excellent environment of cooperation last week which allowed the younger ones to get a taste of the joy of learning how to read.

Students raising money for Haiti

The Grade 4/5 book club is busy with their annual swap and sale of books.

Learning to read  – Kindergarten and Grade 1 students created an excellent environment of cooperation last week which allowed the younger ones to get a taste of the joy of learning how to read.

Used book swap and sale

Stettler Elementary School Book Club will be hosting a Used Book Swap and Sale from Jan. 18 to 22 to raise funds for Grade 4 and 5 Book Club.

Christmas concerts were fabulous

Stettler Elementary School was very busy this season with Christmas concerts.
Grade 3, 4 and 5 concerts were on Tuesday, Dec. 8 and Thursday, Dec. 9 under the direction of Miss Hugh.