Hopefully all of our Bastion families have had a wonderful May Long-Weekend!
We’re heading into the home stretch of the school year. With twenty-eight days of school left, our students and teachers will be working hard, having fun, and enjoying these last six weeks.
Here’s the week ahead…
Tuesday, May 21st
Field Trip to Jump 360. Mme Duclos and Mrs. Smith’s classes will be visiting Jump 360 in Kamloops to enjoy a few hours of getting exercise at the trampoline park.
Swim at School. Mme Ackerman and Mrs. MacDermott’s classes will have their third and final session of swimming. M Cote and Mme Dollack’s classes will enjoy their second session of swimming, with the final session taking place on May 28th.
Wednesday, May 22nd
Track & Field Practice. All of our Grade 4 & 5 students will be participating in a Track & Field gym class, after Lunch. We would like all Gr. 4/5 students to have gym strip and runners.
Thursday, May 23rd
Mountain of Refundables. The Gr. 4/5 teachers and students will be hosting a bottle drive, in the morning. If families or community members have refundable bottles, cans, or juice containers, please drop the items off at the school parking lot. The teachers and students will be sorting and counting the refundables, then we’ll deliver them to Bill’s Bottle Depot. Thank you for your support!
Friday, May 24th
Grade 4/5 Rec. Swim. The Gr. 4/5 students will be participating in their third and final recreational swim.
PAC Spring Carnival. Our amazing PAC will be hosting this free event for all of our students and their families to enjoy. The event begins at 6:00 pm, and ends at 8:00 pm. This year the carnival is being run as a school event and not as a fundraiser. The games are all free (no bracelets or tickets). There will be a concession selling water and popcorn for $2. If family members are able to volunteer, please click on the link that was emailed to families last week.
Looks like we’re in for some great weather this week!! We’re always happy to see the sunshine, especially when field trips and cross-country runs are planned!! Here’s what’s happening during the week ahead…
Monday, May 6th
Farm Field Trip. Mme Genevieve’s class will be visiting the farm of one of her students. Hopefully they will have a chance to see some baby farm animals and see first-hand all of the hard work it takes to operate a farm.
Tuesday, May 7th
Swim @ School. Mrs. MacDermott’s and Mme Ackerman’s students will be walking to the pool for their first swim session. Hopefully all of the students will remember their swimsuits and towels!! The classes will swim from 10:00 – 11:00.
Wednesday, May 8th
Public Library Visit. Mme Genevieve’s class will be going to the Okanagan Regional Library to listen to an author. The students should come prepared with good questions about the writing process!
Allan Brooks Nature Centre. Several of our classes will be visiting the nature centre in Vernon, throughout the months of May and June. On Wednesday, Mrs. Williams’ and Mrs. MacDermott’s classes will be heading to the nature centre.
Thursday, May 9th
Swim @ School. The classes who go swimming each Thursday in May will have their second session on this day. Feel free to refer to the swim schedule in last week’s website post.
Little Mountain Stomp. The annual School District No. 83 cross-country run will take place at 1:00 pm. All of our cross-country athletes will be going to challenge themselves to complete the course. All Bastion runners have been training hard and we’re looking forward to seeing them do their personal bests!
Friday, May 10th
Measles Immunizations. Please note: The measles immunizations are only for those students who received an envelope from Interior Health and have returned the envelope, to the school, with the parent/guardian consent filled out.
Fletcher Park. Mrs. Ollinger’s class will be heading down to have some fun at Fletcher Park. Mrs. Ollinger will email families a reminder about the events of the day.
Gr. 4/5 Rec. Swim. Once again, our Grade 4/5 classes will be walking to the pool for a rec. swim from 11:00 – 12:00. Last week, the students had lots of fun, but it looked like Mme Valerie was having even more fun!!