A reminder that shortly after the break SMS is hosting all Salmon Arm area schools for an informative evening about BC’s renewed curriculum. Enjoy the break! We look forward to seeing everyone back safe and sound on April 1st (no joke).
SMS was fortunate to welcome La Grande Coulee – ‘The Maple Man’ today to enrich our FI students in French-Canadian traditions! The students experienced the history and traditions surrounding French culture, the story of the Maple Man himself, rigadoons played on the Maple Man’s violin, wooden spoon played collectively by students and staff, and of course – real maple taffy on a bed of snow!! Thank you for bringing your joie de vivre and knowledge!!
Parents/Guardians of our Indigenous Students are invited to a Sharing Circle and light dinner before the Curriculum Information Session here at SMS
5pm – 6pm: Sharing Circle
o Light dinner provided (Bannock tacos); children welcome!
o Topic: what is important for Indigenous-student ‘success’?
Facilitated by Anne Tenning – District Principal of Indigenous
6pm: Curriculum Information session begins (for all parents/guardians)
SMS will host theirs April 11th – however you are welcome to attend any of session of your choice :
– Thurs. April 4th: Len Wood Middle School, Armstrong
– Tues. April 9th: A.L. Fortune Secondary School, Enderby
– Thurs. April 11th: Shuswap Middle School, Salmon Arm
– Wed. April 17th: Carlin Elementary Middle School, Tappen
– Thurs. April 25th: Eagle River Secondary School, Sicamous
Questions or more information: please contact Anne Tenning at firstname.lastname@example.org or (250)-832-8223