We still don’t have a claim for the $50 certificate toward the Scholastic Book Fair, so a third number has been drawn. If you still have your blue ticket from the parent survey, please check it for the following number: 289426. If you have the match, please contact the school office (204-355-4663). Good luck!
Since no one claimed the Scholastic Book Fair $50 Certificate, another draw has been made. Parents, check your blue ticket stubs for the latest number drawn. If you have a match, stop by the office or send the ticket stub with your child, and we will award you the certificate. If there is no claim, another number will be drawn in the next day or two! Hang on to those blue tickets! Once a claim has been made, we will… Read More
Congratulations to the winner of the $50 LES Scholastic Book Fair Certificate! Please bring your ticket stub to the school office to pick up your certificate or have one of your children bring the ticket stub to school to pick up the certificate. If the prize is not claimed by this Wednesday, Dec. 7th, another draw will be made on Thursday, December 8th. Thank you parents for your overwhelming response to the Parent Survey! Your responses are so appreciated! Happy… Read More
Our lost-and-found bin was overflowing so, for the past week, items have been on display on the benches in front of the school office. Anything not claimed by this Friday will be bagged and removed. Parents, if you suspect your child might have lost an item or two, please feel free to stop by and check out our ‘display’. Items include clothing (of course), water bottles, lunch bags and food containers, shoes/boots, caps and mittens.
Tuesday, November 1 at 1:40 we kick off our Kindness Month with an assembly. During that assembly, there will be a short presentation from Operation Christmas Child (Samaritan’s Purse) explaining to the students why we fill shoe boxes for less fortunate kids around the world. As we do every year, our students are collecting money to purchase items for the boxes which they will be packing on November 2 and 3. The more money we raise as a school, the… Read More
We are excited to share that this year the students of LES will have the opportunity to experience two artistic events within our school as part of their music curriculum. These opportunities are going to occur in lieu of the WSO trip to Winnipeg. Both will provide students with an amazing experience and exposure to the arts. On November 25, 2016, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet will be coming to our school to perform for our students. This is an educational… Read More
LES is participating in the Manitoba Back-To-School Battery Recycling Contest. Until the end of September you can drop off dead batteries and old cell phones at the school. From there, Take Pride Winnipeg and Call2Recyle will take over and ensure that these items are picked up and safely recycled. Cell phones contain toxic chemicals, as do batteries, and do not belong in landfills. Here is the perfect opportunity for you to dispose of these old items with a clear conscience!… Read More
Parents are invited to attend the PTA meeting that will be taking place at Landmark Elementary School at 6 PM. Our PTA supports both Landmark Schools. Come and check out what the group is planning for this year and find out how you can help.
Welcome back,everyone! It is so exciting to start a new school year! Everyone is refreshed and ready to go! We are especially excited at Landmark Elementary to have a new look in our school. Please come by on Meet the Teacher Night, Tuesday,September 6 from 4 – 5:30, to check us out, take a tour, and meet the staff! We look forward to seeing you!
Every year schools submit their planning priorities to the school division. The community sees the school priorities when they are presented in a community report at the beginning of each school year. This blog is a ‘heads up’ as to the planning priorities for Landmark Elementary for Fall 2016. Feel free to email the school (les.hsd.ca) with feedback pertaining to the relevance, in your opinion, of our proposed priorities for the up-coming school year. Priority #1: To have all students… Read More