Week of March 21, 2022
Working together; succeeding together.
We are priviledged to share Treaty 6 Territory traditional lands of the Cree, Dene, Saulteux, Ojibwaya and the Metis Nation.
Slava Ukraini! Слава Україні! Героям слава!
Casual Custodians Needed
Our Hero Doesn't Wear A Cape
Brandon is a builder of our school community. He has helped us to understand, appreciate and embrace differences. He teaches us that it is the differences between us that truly make us beautiful and special. He shows us that differences should not be feared, but rather we should work to understand and appreciate the things that make us all so unique. Like all of our students, the staff learns as much from Brandon as he learns from us.
Anyone who has had the pleasure of hearing Brandon's giggle can attest to the fact that it is pure joy and lifts the hearts and any and all who hear it. Some of us have also experienced Brandon's famous eye rolls or his ability to pretend he is sleeping. This is Brandon's polite way of saying, "Thanks for the visit, you can go now."
We are truly blessed that Brandon and his family allow us to share in and be a part of his journey. We are privileged to know him, work with him and most importantly learn from him every day.
Cordwood is Back!!!!!
Parents are more than welcome to join us and cheer on our kids.
Thank you in advance to the Chase Place Arena board for helping to make this event possible.
Healthy Snack Ideas
School Clothing Error
Seen Around PPCS (and Beyond)
Grade 7 Social Studies
Grade 89 PAA - Programming Arduinos
All Grade 9 students are given the chance to build their Coding and Robotics skills with Arduino microprocessors.
What is an Arduino? it is a small computer that can be given instructions to do something such as turn on a light, move a motor, sense a button and much more!
Students use a laptop to code their instructions in C++ onto their Arduino. Some of the projects this year included a traffic light, a proximity alarm, a reaction time game, and more!
NF with her finished Reaction Time Game. Highest score of 140milliseconds!
AK, SA, DT and NF programming their Arduino to move a servo
Everyone working on their "Desk Buddy" Project
Grade 56 Badminton
Grade 7 PE Snow Sculptures
Male and Female Athletes of the Week
Jr. NBA Basketball
The Jr. NBA basketball tournament will be in Melfort on Sunday, March 27. Games begin at 9:30 and run throughout the day until 5:30. Games will be played at the Kerry Vickar Center and at the high school (MUCC). Parents must get their child to and from the tournament. We would welcome any and all fans to come and cheer us on. We will be sending 4 teams.
We Want Fans in the Stands
- You only come if you are feeling well.
- Sanitize your hands upon entering and frequently while in the building
- Show our Bears how awesome they are by cheering loudly (albeit through a mask).
- Be considerate of the choices of others.
Hot Lunches are Back!!
Awana Kids Club
For Kindergarten-Grade 6!
It’ll run each Thursday from right after school gets out until 5:10pm.
Kids can come to the old elementary school (QCP) and enter through the back double doors!
Games, live music, and learning time every week!
Free to register!
Call Heidi at 306-278-7883 or Desi at 306-865-6350 if you have any questions!