Erskine students reach Frontier for taste of outdoor adventures

Erskine School held its All Kinds of Minds information session last Monday night

Erskine School held its All Kinds of Minds information session last Monday night for parents to see the different way people’s minds process information.

Students helped run each different station and had activities for all to participate in. A lunch was also served for families who came to participate in the information session.

Swimming is well underway at Erskine School, with students going into Stettler for swimming lessons.

Grade 6 students travelled into the County of Stettler council chambers last week to view a county meeting as part of their social studies program. The county also invited them to eat lunch with them at the noon break.

The Grade 6 classes from Erskine and Big Valley will head off to the legislature on April 30 to continue their social studies learning curriculum.

Grades 6 to 9 students head out today to snowy Frontier Lodge to participate in outdoor mountain activities for the rest of the week.

The student union is participating in a garage sale at the Stettler Recreation Centre on April 27. If you have items to donate for the sale, please drop them off at the school. All funds go to the student union.

Erskine School is starting registration for ECS and playschool for next fall. Stop by the school to pick up the registration forms. The school is now accepting registrations.

Edmonton’s pro lacrosse team takes over Erskine’s phys-ed classes April 25. The Rush plan to instruct students on lacrosse skills. It should be a great learning experience that day.

— ERSKINE ENQUIRER

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