Friday, June 24, 2011

Keynote Presentations: Division 1

Some fantastic work-- Bravo!!!

Field Trip Day

Four of our classes are on their way to Porpoise Bay for some beach fun. Have an awesome time!!

My New Championship Ring...

Thank you for your thoughtful gift!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Thank you

Thank you to the staff, students and parents for the assembly this morning. I will miss you too!

Until later.

Mr. H

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

More Pictures on Flickr Photostream

I have posted more pictures of the assembly, honouring Mrs. Klan,on the Flickr Photostream.

just click under the picture on the right.

Farewell to Mrs Klan

I took Mrs. Klan out for breakfast this morning and then we returned to GES for an assembly to honour her-- 37 years teaching and so many hearts touched.

For those who participated I want to pass on a heart-felt thank you. It was a wonderful tribute to an outstanding teacher. Thank you Mrs. Klan for all that you have done for us! Best wishes in your future endeavors as you begin your retirement.

Mr. H

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

National Aboriginal Day Celebration at GES

There was a celebration at GES this afernoon/evening in honour of National Aboriginal Day. There were crafts, singing, words of wisdom from a Squamish Chief, along with a pot luck dinner and a lot of fellowship.

Those in attendance really seemed to enjoy the time together.

What beautiful weather for this event!

Until tomorrow-- remember your pirate gear for the Spirit Assembly honouring Mrs. Klan.

Have a great evening.

Mr. H

Another Day in Paradise

With the start of summer we have been blessed with a beautiful day in this place we call home-- some call it paradise!

Enjoy the day and all that it has to offer.

Until later.

Mr. H

Monday, June 20, 2011

Covered for Mrs. Servo-Sept Class

I covered for Mrs. Servo-Sept this afternoon, as she took the GES Games Crew on their year-end field trip-- they went kayaking thanks to the PAC.

The class was delightful and after USSR time we went outside and enjoyed the great weather with a game of Capture the Flag. The Green Team was victorious over the Red Team 2-1. It was good fun and they ran until they were very tired.

They finished the afternoon up working at a variety of centers. The students were full of energy all afternoon.

Just a reminder that the Aboriginal Gathering tomorrow, from 4:30- 7:30 p.m. will be a celebration of National Aboriginal Day-- all are welcome. There will be a pot-luck dinner for those interested.

Until tomorrow.

Mr. H