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  • 27Nov 2017

    Miss Larson's Grade Five Class Learn about Various First Nations Cultures in Canada

    Miss Larson’s grade five class has been learning about the various First Nations cultures throughout Canada.  We were very fortunate to have one of our students, Dylan Currie, and his family present to us about the Métis culture.  On November 9th, Catherine...

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  • 22Nov 2017

    Outlook Elementary School's Grade Four Classes Learn About Volunteerism and Being Effective Positive Citizens

    Ms. Willner’s and Mrs. Thompson’s grade four classes have been learning about volunteerism and being effective and positive citizens in their community.  In their GRIT class, students have explored growth mindsets and what it means to be a 21st century learner.  Now more th...

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  • 15Nov 2017

    Miss Mahoney's Grade One Class and the Pile of Snow

         On Tuesday, November 14, the grade ones in Miss Mahoney’s class expanded the boundaries of their classroom and went outside to begin their writing!  The topic they were given was, “If I had a huge pile of snow, I would…” and instead of simply imagining the pile, ...

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  • 08Nov 2017

    Ms. Norrish's Grade Two Class Learn Coding

           The grade two students in Ms. Norrish’s classroom had the opportunity to learn about coding using a Makey Makey. Ms. Walzak came in and taught the students how to use first, then, next and last to wire up objects to their laptop. Students were th...

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  • 01Nov 2017

    Mrs. Arntsen's Grade One Class and Halloween Pumpkins

         Leading up to Halloween, Mrs. Arntsen’s grade one class was busy examining and investigating pumpkins.  The students explored the pumpkins in many ways.  They looked at the size and shape of their pumpkins and measured them.  They also loo...

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  • 25Oct 2017

    Mrs. Pearson's Class Learn How to Care for Classroom Pets

         Mrs. Pearson’s Kindergarten classes have been very busy learning how to take care of their classroom pets, specifically goldfish.  Mrs. Pearson told the students that they would be going on a trip to get goldfish for the classroom.  The childre...

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  • 11Oct 2017

    Mrs. Walters' and Mrs. Harrison's Grade Three Class Donates 169lbs of Food to the Outlook & District Food Bank

         September was Hunger Awareness Month and OES partnered with FCC (Farm Credit Corporation) and  Riverbend Co-op to collect food for our local food bank.  FCC supplied the bags that were used to collect the food items and Riverbend Co-op took all of ou...

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  • 04Oct 2017

    Ms. Norrish's Grade Two Students Build Courage at the Co-op

         Students from Ms. Norrish’s grade two class have been working on building character. They decided to go to the Co-op and with the help of some kind staff members and customers were able to “build” character. It was great to see the students, ...

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  • 29Sep 2017

    Outlook Elementary's Outdoor Classroom

      OES Outdoor Classroom   Towering sunflowers, sprawling pumpkins, fluttering butterflies and lively lady bugs.  These are just a few things you would see upon entering our outdoor classroom.  About three years ago a group of staff from OES began the proces...

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  • 20Sep 2017

    Miss Mahoney's Grade One Students Learn about Perserverence

         The Grade One students in Miss Mahoney’s class are learning about perseverance!  We read a story about Gerald the Giraffe who couldn’t dance, but after listening to the right music he was able to do a beautiful dance.  We discussed that w...

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  • 15Sep 2017

    Character Day at Outlook Elementary School

           Outlook Elementary School celebrated National Character Day on September 13th along with 11,500 other people in 109 countries.  All schools in Sun West School Division participated in the event.   To celebrate the day OES students created character by actually build...

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