This year most of Happy Valley School will be attending Music Monday event on May 1st.
Journeys of the Heart is a “FREE-OF-CHARGE” 10 month (30 week) cultural early learning program for Aboriginal children ages 2-5 years and their families. Program structure and delivery is designed to provide opportunities to empower and contribute to positive cultural identity within Aboriginal children and their families.
LOCATION: Ruth King Elementary, Monday & Wednesday 9:00am-11:30am
For more information or to register, please contact Jackie Moffatt at 250-384-9466 Ext. 251 or Julia Clifton at 250-384-9466 Ext. 250 at Hulitan Family and Community Services Society.
Welcome back from the holidays!
We are already heading into February and looking forward to all this new year has to offer. The year started out with cold crisp days and then quickly turned to bring us warmer temperatures, rain and the first sounds and signs of spring heading our way. We are already leaving the shortened and dark days of January and looking ahead to more daylight hours. Bulbs are beginning to poke through the ground and birds can be heard everywhere. The children are excited to be back and are fully engaged in learning!
Our website is full of information on parent events, District happenings, school activities and celebrations. Please take the time to scroll through the information and see all the wonderful things happening at Happy Valley School!
Congratulations to Phoenix and Jaxyn from Div 5 for winning first and second prize in the Legion Remembrance Day poster contest. Phoenix won $100 for his first prize poster and Jaxyn won $75 for her second prize poster. A number of Happy Valley alumni also won prizes for their middle school entries. Well done! We are so proud of you.
We like to thank you ALL for making this all happen.
We collected much goods for our food bank. Three local families in need also received goods collected from the grade 5 classes who were assigned a specific family to provide some individualized gifts to ensure the big day is extra special. The hampers were personally delivered by grade 5 students and their teacher.