PACeS Sabbath – Sept 8

This Sabbath Sept 8th we will having our annual PACeS Sabbath get-together.

This year we will be meeting in Lacombe at Casey’s Cabin on the campus of Burman University.
I have attached a link for directions below.

Please let me know if your family is planning to attend.
This will help us plan for the day. You can come for part of the day or all of it.

Details:
Please join us for a day of family fellowship outdoors. Casual/Comfortable dress is recommended. Bring your lawn chairs.

Tentative Schedule

10:30 am – Church Activities – Bring lawn chairs

12:30 pm -Haystack Potluck – Bring 2 or 3 haystack items to share with the group. Juice, paper plates, cutlery and, cups will be provided.

Afternoon -Visiting/Free Time/Hike etc.

Supper: -Hot dog Roast: Bring your own hot dogs, buns and roasting sticks. We will all eat together by the fire. Ketchup, mustard, relish, paper plates, cutlery, cups and, juice will be provided.

Vespers -After supper – we will have a short vespers program for anyone who is able to stay

Link for map/directions to Casey’s Cabin: https://goo.gl/maps/Hapu5hmorZU2

 

Welcome to the New School Year

Welcome to the 2018-2019 School year. We are delighted that you have chosen to partner with us this year. Families enrolled with PACeS play a vital role in their child’s education and we are looking forward to working with you  to ensure that your child(ren) has a successful and rewarding school year.

As you can see, our new website is up and running. The website needs to work for you and provide you with the information you need. Please take a look around and let us know what you think, we value your feedback.

For those of you who live closer to Lacombe, we will be having our annual Sabbath Program and picnic on Saturday, Sept 8th at Casey’s Cabin on the campus of Burman University. Details and directions will be sent out in another email and will be posted  on the website.

As we start the school year we have many important dates for online training and parent meetings. Please take note of the schedule below. Zoom links will be emailed to you for each event.

If you have have questions about the beginning of the school year, please email the teachers or myself and we would be happy to answer any of your questions.

We are looking forward to a great year!

-Mrs. Morehouse

“Remember what you are taught and listen carefully to words of knowledge” – Proverbs 23:12 NCV

Kindergarten Important Dates: (kerry.sackett@pacescanada.org)

Sept 10:   Online Training @ 1 pm  (For Parents – attendance required)

Sept 12: Kindergarten Classes Begin

Grade 1-3 Important Dates: (kerry.sackett@pacescanada.org)

Sept 4: Gr. 1-3 @ 7 pm (for Parents – attendance required for either Sept 4 or 5)

Sept 5:    Gr. 1-3 @ 11 am (for Parents – attendance required for either Sept 4 or 5)

Sept 6: 1-6 Classes Begin

Grade 4-6 Important Dates:  (kelly.briere@pacescanada.org)

Sept 4: Gr. 4-6 @ 11 am(for Parents – attendance required for either Sept 4 or 5)

Sept 5: Gr. 4-6 @ 5:30 pm (for Parents – attendance required for either Sept 4 or 5)

Sept 6: 1-6 Classes Begin

Grade 7-8 Important Dates:  (danielle.rochford@pacescanada.org)

Sept 4: Gr. 7-8  Beginning @ 9am (for Students – attendance required)

Sept 5: 7-12 Classes Begin

Sept 10: 7/8 Parent Meeting @ 6:30 pm – attendance required

Grade 9-12 Important Dates:  (heidi.morehouse@pacescanada.org)

Sept 4:  9-12 Online Training

Gr. 9-12 @ 9 am to Noon (for Students – attendance required)

9:00 am – Mrs. Portillo

9:30 am – Mr. Okimi

10:00 am – Mrs. Willing

10:30 am – Mrs. Mac Donald

11:00 am – Mrs. Desjardins

11:30 am – Mr. Dubyna

Sept 5: 9-12 Parent Meeting @ 6:30 pm – attendance required for either Sept 5 or 6

Sept 6: 9-12 Parent Meeting@ 6:30 pm- attendance required for either Sept 5 or 6

 

Home Education/Shared Responsibility  Important Dates: (heidi.morehouse@pacescanada.org)

Parent Meetings:

Sept 17 @ 6:30 pm

Nov 19@ 6:30 pm

Feb 11@ 6:30 pm

Apr 9@ 6:30 pm

Alberta and Man-Sask Campmeetings

We are looking forward to seeing many of you at Campmeeting this year.
 
Man-Sask: 
Mr. Dubyna will be at Man-Sask Campmeeting July 6-8. Make sure you look for him. He will have some goodies to share with you. You can also give him your textbooks at that that time too.
Alberta: 
Many of the Alberta Teachers ( and Mrs. Briere ) will be at Alberta Campmeeting this year. PACeS will be at the the Education booth all day on Monday, July 16th and we will have our annual PACeS Potluck picnic on Monday evening by the horse barn at 5:30 pm. Plates and cutlery will be provided. You can bring your books to the picnic or drop them off at the Edubarn or campmeeting office.

June Exam Schedule (Grade 9-12)

9-12 Final Exam Schedule                                                                                   June 2018

All exams will be from 9:00-11:00 am

Monday June 18 Tuesday June 19 Wednesday June 20 Thursday  June 21
English 9 Math 9
Socials 10 Science 10
Biology 20 English 20 Physics 20

 

If these times do not work for you, you will need to make arrangements with the teacher one week in advance of the exam.  This will only be done for special circumstances and must be approved by Heidi Morehouse

 

Grade 12 Diploma Exams

June 14 Socials 30 Part A Diploma

June 22 Socials 30 Part B Diploma

June 26 Chemistry 30 Diploma

June 28 Physics 30 Diploma

Edible Book Contest Winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated!!

K-3: Sarah P.

4-6: Isabella S.

7-9: Abigail G.

10-12: Matthew S.

Staff: Ms. Rochford

Most Likely to be Eaten by Mr. Dubyna: Lars L.

Principals Pick: Sara F.

Grand Champion: Brooklyn P.

Honourable Mention:

Victoria H.

Addison S.

 

Click on the link to see the winning entries:

Contest Winners

Edible Book Contest

We are excited to launch our Edible Book Contest for February. Take a look at the link below!

We are looking forward to seeing your submissions.

Mrs. MH

 

Do you love Books? And Food? And Prizes?

Submissions due Feb 28th

Upload a picture of your entry to Google Classroom (Assembly)

Rules and Prizes

The rules for participating in the contest are simple: your entry should relate to books and reading, and it has to be edible (sweet or savory, raw or cooked…it’s all good!). You can take inspiration from a poem, a beloved piece of cover art, a famous author, a scroll…just use your imagination and your culinary skills!  You need display your book inspiration or cover image alongside your entry as well as a list of all ingredients used to create the masterpiece.

Prize Categories:

K-3

4-6

7-9

10-12

Staff

Grand Champion

Principal’s Pick

Most Likely to be Eaten by Mr. Dubyna

Click here to see some Examples!

Edible Book Contest (1)