Wishing students ‘safe, happy summer’

The 1MS class had their “Miss Spider Tea Party” last Monday. The students were able to host parents and special guests

The 1MS class had their “Miss Spider Tea Party” last Monday. The students were able to host parents and special guests in their classroom.

The grade ones celebrated all the hard work they have done throughout the year. They were also treated to a special guest, Miss Spider herself, who brought delicious baking with her. Thanks to all the parents who were able to come out and celebrate their child’s learning.

On June 4, all four Grade 4 classes were lucky enough to be taken on a guided tour of the steam train and P&H Elevator. The trip was informative, entertaining, and the kids loved the treats they received.

Grades 2AH and 2DB classes represented Stettler Elementary School at the Alberta Speech Festival on May 31. They received a mark of distinction and were excellent representatives of our school. The students followed instructions and were a pleasure to be with, not only at the festival, but also when they were taken for lunch. Each child received a medal to remember this important event.

Lately, the Grade 3 classes have been studying animal life cycles and have been watching the life cycle of a painted lady butterfly. The caterpillars have now emerged from their chrysalis, and the students will be releasing them soon. The Grade 3 classes are looking forward to their yearend field trip which will be held at Circle Square Ranch on Monday. The students will be participating in archery, obstacle courses, horse riding, hay rides, wall climbing and a variety of games.

We would like to wish everyone a safe and fun summer holiday. We look forward to seeing everybody again in September.

— Elementary News

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