Our music program began in full swing this past September. Mr. Smeaton and Mlle Kherraji have worked tirelessly, along with the help of Chris Mabee and Tania Worona to ready our students for performances. Our music ensembles have worked before, during and after school. The choir dedicated time on a Saturday to be a part of a choral workshop.
As a school we have enjoyed our band, choir, bell choir and recorder group in assemblies, now these groups have gone on to demonstrate their immense talent at the Kiwanis Festival.
The Junior/Intermediate band took silver, the choir took two first place awards, the Junior Recorder group took first place and the Junior Bell Choir ensemble also took first.
Playing is not always the only aspect of our program. Our students have demonstrated the respectful appreciation of music as they listen to each other and other schools.
Congratulations to all of you and thank you to our parents who have supported their work in every way.
Our school is beginning to show the fruits of all the labour this winter. As spring approaches, we are also able to see the light inside our new library and computer lab area. We were able to get our first look at this space from within this week. We will be making the move into this space in May. The working team will then begin the work on the three new Full Day Kindergarten classrooms inside the building. We want to thank all of you for your patience and understanding during this transition this year.
Sylvie Dugas and her grade 1/2 class have set up a set up a spot outside the office to collect food for the Easter food drive. If you would like to donate we will be delivering the food to our food source next Wednesday morning.
The games club is a hum of activity at second break every day. Our students join in the fun with Mrs. Seidel and Mrs Medhurst.
Alternative recess acitvites also continue under our trained studetns leadership.These happen at the same time as our lunch time girl mentor groups.
Our Stand Up team continues to do their work to promote "What we do at Leslie Frost... we support, encourage, build and mend, we stand for what is right - growing and learning together"
Linda O’Leary and Cheryl Medhurst