November Message:

Fall has been a wonderful time for student learning at Rosedale Traditional Community School.  The hallway bulletin boards are full of amazing examples of the many things that students have been learning, from the colours of the seasons in our Primary classes to art that has been inspired by a novel study in some of our Intermediate classes.  If you have some time, stop by and have a look or connect on our Facebook page where photos of this amazing work has been posted.

October also marked time at our local pumpkin patches, Aquatic Centre, Fall Activity Day, our first Career Education Day, Interim Reports, Parent/Teacher Interviews, participation, and a host of Halloween Activities.  In addition, our Leadership class, led by Mrs. Tizzard and Mr. McGregor, travelled to Vancouver to take in WE Day where they were inspired and challenged to become “change-makers.”

November is going to be no less busy……Remembrance Day Assembly, Elementary Book Exchange, Grade 7-9 Report Cards, Term 1 Success Assemblies, an Aboriginal Leadership Conference, and Mr. Walker’s Book Fair.   

As our Fall turns to Winter, we understand that student’s schedules get busier.  It is important that collectively we assist in providing reminders to help our students stay focused on school.  I look forward to connecting with many of you over the coming weeks, at our Remembrance Day Assembly, in the hallways, or out on the school playground. 

Mrs. P. Jordan, Principal