Food and Clothing Drives – Dec. 7 – 17

‘Tis the season of giving and our students at LES are always especially generous! This year we are collecting food for the Tache food hampers and, in addition, are collecting clean, gently-used clothing to take to the Lighthouse Mission in Winnipeg.  Donations of hygiene items, new socks and underwear, and cash are also being accepted.  On the 17th, the items for the mission will be packed up and delivered to Winnipeg.  The food items for Tache will be picked up… Read More

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Lockdown Drill Friday, December 11 at 3 pm

This coming Friday, we will be conducting our first of two lockdown drills for this school year.  Expect to see a letter from the school explaining about the drill.  Feel free to contact the school if you have any questions or concerns.

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LOOKING FOR COSTUMES for K-4 Christmas Program

We are looking for items to outfit our performers for Melton: the Warm-Hearted Snowman. If you have any of these items at home and would be willing to let us borrow them, please contact Val Plett ( vaplett@hsd.ca ) or Colleen Wareham ( cwareham@hsd.ca ) or call the school at 204-355-4663.   3 large white sweatshirts (they are for a student in gr. 3 or 4 but need to be stuffed) 3 pairs of white pants (to fit a grade 3 or 4 student –… Read More

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LES Hosts Steinbach Pistons in Floor Hockey – Nov. 20, 2015

During the noon hour on Friday, November 20, the LES grade 5 and 6 students had an opportunity to play floor hockey against the Steinbach Pistons.  All students and staff were invited to attend.   Although they worked very hard, LES lost to the Pistons, 5 – 3.  Everyone was a good sport about the whole event.  At the end, two names were drawn and Brendyn S. and Madison P. each won a t-shirt.  In addition, all students were invited… Read More

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Did You Know?

Empathy is the ability to identify with another person’s feelings and “is central to  successful social relationships in all stages of life.” (www.rootsofempathy.org) Sadly, the ability to empathize with others is a declining skill which somewhat explains the increased levels of bullying and aggression in people of all ages.  In response to this, our school has determined to make a concentrated effort to address this important skill. What LES will do: 1. This school year, Landmark Elementary is introducing the… Read More

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New LES Website

Landmark Elementary School is pleased to announce that we have launched our new website. The new site is mobile responsive, adds new features, and provides opportunities for expanded content delivery. We trust that you will find the navigation intuitive and enjoy your browsing experience. We’re still tweaking and fixing things here & there, so we appreciate your patience, particularly within the first few days of launch. If you encounter an error, please know we’re on it and all should be… Read More

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