Several reports these last two weeks about cars pulling over to the side of Hwy. 33 to drop their children off for school. This is unsafe practice and could result in tragedy. Please use extreme caution as Hwy. 33 is a provincial hwy. with high speeds and many semi trucks. We want to ensure all of our students make it safely to school.
our staff couldn't do this field trip without your support!!! Applause, applause!!! All the students at BME say "Super Job!"
Mrs. Richards gr.1 students, and Ms. Singh's gr. 3 went to Mission Creek Park to "Learn to fish"... and guess what? They caught some fish! Great place-based learning experience!
What a great day to celebrate six years of elementary school completed!!! Thank you to the PAC for sponsoring this fun-filled day trip, to the parent volunteers for helping, and to our gr. 5 staff for organizing!
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taken at Mission Creek Park. Thank you to all of our staff sponsors who practice and encourage our team! (In photo Mrs. Koch, Mrs. Charland and Mrs. Crowell).
Does your child emulate these attributes? Our school's growth goal is to teach each child what it means to be a learner, a thinker, a collaborator, a contributor and an innovator by means of the 7 Habits for Healthy Kids.
Our Facebook page is updated by our wonderful PAC Communication person Dawn! Check it out daily for up-to-date current information. If you follow us on Facebook - all new followers in the next few months will have their name entered into a draw to win a prize.
unfortunately when dogs on our playground, and owners don't clean up the waste, our students take the fall and end up finding these 'gifts' left behind by dog owners. It's our playground; our children deserve a clean park. Please help to remind neighbours that BME's playground is not a dog park.
Late spring and early summer are times of the year that ticks are more prevalent. Please take time to check yourself and your children regularly after hikes. BC Health Information on Ticks and Tick Bites
Amber Cardenas shared traditional story telling of Okanagan "Chaptikw" with our students.