Congratulations to CKS student Adriana (pictured left in the front row) for winning 1st place in the Grades 6 to 8 anti-racism poster contest through the Grand Coteau Heritage & Cultural Centre. The contest was open to all Shaunavon students! Thank you to our friends at the Grand Coteau for bringing light to International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination which is observed annually on March 21st and we thank them for all of the work they do with our local schools! Way to go Adriana, we are very proud of you!!!
March is Nutrition Month! This
years Nutrition Month theme is “Unlock the Potential of Food”. Food not only provides nourishment but prevents disease, keeps us well
for longer, brings us together and inspires us. This is why dietitians love
food and believe in its potential to enhance lives and improve health.
This year’s Nutrition Month campaign has five topics that explore the theme “Unlock the Potential of Food”: potential to fuel, potential to discover, potential to bring us together, potential to heal and potential to prevent. Dietitians can help Canadians unlock the potential of food. To find more resources please visit www.NutritionMonth2019.ca.
Do you have a child turning 4 before December 31, 2019? They are eligible to apply for our prekindergarten program. Do you have a child turning 5 before December 31, 2019? They are eligible to register for our kindergarten program.
We would like to invite you to our prekindergarten and kindergarten open house this Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00pm. Please join us and find out what CKS is all about! We accept children of ALL faiths.
If you cannot attend the Open House, please stop in to the office and pick up your application or registration forms! We would love to see!
In celebration of Family Literacy Day, Christ the King students were encouraged to dress up in their favorite literary character. Our families were invited to join us from 8:40am-9:20am for muffins and coffee and time to read or do a literary craft with their families. At 9:00am, our students and families gathered in the gym to listen to author Norma Hunter read her two books and then engage students in a question and answer session. It was a great family literacy morning at CKS!