PARENT NEEDED FOR THE PTA

Due to unforseen circumstances, the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) for Landmark schools has lost a couple of members and is reaching the point of being unsustainable. This group is very important to the schools. Our meetings involve important discussion which often contributes to decisions being made in the schools. Communication between the schools and the parents is also stronger as a product of our meetings. The PTA meets 5 times per school year. There are only two meetings left for… Read More

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And the Winner is…..

During our Winter Fun Day, students were encouraged to enter to win one of three Landmark Lightning Hoodies. The winner at this event was Rosty B. Congratulations, Rosty! There will be two more opportunities this school year to win an LES hoodie!

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WE BAKE FOR CHANGE

The Landmark Elementary WE TEAM, along with the many parents who made generous donations, raised over $300 on Feb. 19 during our Winter Fun Day. The profit made from the sale will go towards purchasing water filtration systems for third world countries. Thank you to all who ‘baked for change’! The remaining items were frozen and will be made available for sale again during the week of Feb. 22 – 25 until all of the items are sold.

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THANK YOU!!

We want to acknowledge and thank all of our guests and volunteers who contributed to the success of our winter fun day. Blair Robillard, Michael Many Eagles and Marvin Harder ran unique activities to teach and entertain our students. In addition, many parents were needed to support our stations as well as the quick clean up at the end of the day! Volunteers help make the bannock even more delicious[/caption]

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Winter Fun Day – Feb. 19th

Feb. 19th was a full day of fun for our LES students and staff! We combined winter fun with Aboriginal awareness, Festival du Voyageur and our WE BAKE FOR CHANGE Bake sale to make it a great day of fun and learning. Activities included Aboriginal art and soap stone carving, Aboriginal games, “Tug of War”, toboggan races, sledding, snowshoeing, broomball, bannock making (and eating), horse-drawn open sleigh rides, snow painting and ‘canoe’ relay races (down the hallways of the school… Read More

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