School has got off to a smooth start

Two weeks under our belts and everyone is back into the swing of things quite quickly.

Stettler Elementary School News

Two weeks under our belts and everyone is back into the swing of things quite quickly. Everyone is getting to know their new teachers, new classmates, and new routines.

The year has started off really smoothly. Our kindergartens have started learning their letters starting with the letter C. They have drawn a C, made a C using wood pieces, as well as sculpted the letter C with clay. They also have sung songs and learned actions that go with the new C words that they are learning.

Many grade 1 and 2 classes have started learning the actions that go with the seven habits poem that they recite in the mornings. Our hallways are already bright and lively with students’ first art projects.

Mrs. Hunter’s Grade 2 class painted flower vases and Mrs. Potter & Miss. Neilson’s class drew pictures of “summer selfies”.

Intramurals will be starting soon and many other clubs are soon to get under way. We would like to invite all our parents to SES Open House this Thursday, Sept. 18 from 6:30-8:30.

We are also very excited for the grand opening of our Grade 2 playground, which is happening at 1:30 on Friday, Sept. 19.

We would like to thank everyone who has been involved in this large project. The kids have very much enjoyed having this new exciting equipment to play on.

We would like to wish our grades 2-5 Cross Country Running team good luck at their upcoming run held in Wetaskiwin on Saturday, Sept. 20. We hope you all have a great day and have lots of fun!!

 

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