The Two Hills FCSS Food Bank Campaign Collections start TODAY! Items for donation: · Non-Perishable Food Items · New, Unwrapped toys Deadline for Donations is December 10th All items we collect help support our Myrnam & area families Questions: Contact Mrs. Dolejsi at our school
Inviting all parents, guardians, family members, friends and community members to come out and participate in our fall awards night. For all the students who will be receiving an award for the 2017-2018 school year. It is taking place here at the school on Thursday, November 29 @ 7:00 pm.
We would like to invite all parents to come out on November 22 for our parent teacher interview night. Parents are encouraged to be an important part of their child's educational success! Only Kindergarten, Gr. 1 and Gr. 2 need to book appointments. Please contact our office to arrange a time that works for you. All grades 3 and up is by drop in only. Come any time that works for you between 4 and 7:30 to talk with teachers.
We would like to give a huge thank you to all of our special guests for coming out and participating in our Remembrance Day Ceremony. Also thank you to all the parents and community members who made the effort to come out and take part. It was a wonderful sobering event in honor and remembrance of those who have served and are presently serving our country. We had some student involvement in the ceremony. The grade 2 class did a presentation on "My Poppy", Lukas Dubelt read t
We would like to give an open door welcome to any one in the community who would like to come for our Remembrance Day Ceremony. It is on November 9th @ 10:15 and for about an hour long. Hope to see lots of you here!
New Myrnam School students and staff are going to be featured in an upcoming issue of Lakeland College's Limitless magazine for their innovative project that involved junior high students creating a net zero greenhouse and garden for the school. The project was made possible because New Myrnam School won a grant for $10,000 through the BP A + for Energy Program. Part of the project involved students of New Myrnam collaborating with Mr. Rob Baron, who is a faculty member and p