Friday, April 23, 2010
The talent of GES shone this afternoon as we were witness to some outstanding performances. Thank you to family and friends that came to support our students. A big thank you goes out to all 44 students who performed and to those who worked behind the scenes, along with our MCs. A special thank you to Ms. Kranenburg for spear-heading the 2010 GES Talent Show--Bravo!!!
Have a great weekend.
Posted by Mr. Mark Heidebrecht at 8:44 PM
Thursday, April 22, 2010
The GES Health & Safety Committee attended a workshop today, so Maggie Guzzi, Eric Sullivan and I were away from school today,
I look forward to getting back to school tomorrow. It should be a great day with the talent show in the afternoon tomorrow.
Have a good night.
Posted by Mr. Mark Heidebrecht at 8:58 PM
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Ms. Kranenburg put the students through their Talent Show Dress Rehearsal today. Hopefully all of the bugs will be out by Friday. Family and friends are welcome to see the Talent Show Friday afternoon--start time is 1:10pm.
Posted by Mr. Mark Heidebrecht at 1:55 PM
When I visited Mrs. Fitchell's class this morning she shared with me the structures that her students had made from recycled material. They did a great job. I have included more photos of their structures in the Flickr Photostream. For your information their class did the projects as part of a combined Science & Social Responsibility assignment. If your child is in this class have a look at the pictures-- enjoy!
Posted by Mr. Mark Heidebrecht at 9:52 AM
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
Mrs. Hoechstetter, along with grade seven students Megan, Sophie and Kailyn, had a Green Trooper Assembly today. They have been encouraging our entire school population to reduce, reuse and recycle. They have challenged students to bring lunches with no garbage and will continue to provide leadership to our school and encourage us to all be more environmentally sensitive.
Posted by Mr. Mark Heidebrecht at 11:42 AM