The January Newsletter is now available HERE . Read the newsletter this month for important information related to our new nature playground, upcoming Kindergarten registration, dressing appropriately for the winter weather, and much more. Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions.
On Thursday, December 8th, Grade 4 students from Southwood paid a visit to Steinbach Credit Union to fill the lobby with seasonal singing. Mrs. Brown lead the students through some traditional carols, and some selections from the upcoming Christmas Concert. The students sounded spectacular, and were excited to be broadcast onto AM 1250 for the whole community to hear!
Morning Reading Club will start after the Christmas break. The club will run every morning (8:30 am – 8:50 am) from January through March in the library. Any students from K-4 are welcome to come to the library to read on their own or to listen to a teacher read stories.
The December newsletter is available HERE for your information. This month’s issue includes important seasonal information about items like our Christmas concert, our giving project, and information concerning appropriate attire for the colder weather. As well, you will find information about the work that’s happening in our Makerspace, and an article from our Guidance Counselors about dealing with anxiety. Please read to stay informed. You are invited to contact the school if you have any questions.
November was the month for our first Maker Challenge! With inspiration from “Rosie Revere: Engineer”, the students designed and built a paper helicopter! Captain Southwood made an appearance at our last assembly to test the top designs from each class in each grade. A trophy was awarded to the class from each grade with the best-floating helicopter! We’re excited about December’s “decoration” challenge!
On Friday, October 28th, Southwood students toured the school to show off their special Autumn costumes! There were many clever, creative, and amazing outfits worn by the students. As well, the staff at Southwood put on their best superhero costumes!
The Southwood Newsletter for November 2016 is now available. This month’s bulletin contains important information about the upcoming parent-teacher conferences, November report cards, our annual costume parade, and much more. Please read to find out more. Click HERE or check the NEWSLETTER section.
Southwood students celebrated their success on Friday morning with an Assembly featuring 2S and 2P, Mr. Rempel from Mix 96, and another furry visitor!
For our annual Terry Fox Run, the students raised over $1 600 to help find a cure for cancer! This accomplishment meant that Mrs. Beaudin and Mr. Rempel would kiss the goat that came to visit us. Watch the video below to see all the fun!
We congratulate our students, and thank Mrs. Beaudin and Mr. Rempel very much for their bravery and sense of humor.
Southwood students brought in non-perishable food donations for our annual Drive Away Hunger campaign. The program was a great success with Southwood Students and Staff responsible for over 2800 lbs. of food to go to Manitoba’s needy.
On Thursday, September 29th, Southwood students set out on our annual Terry Fox Run. Here are some of the memories from a beautiful autumn day. Remember, donations can be brought to the office, and pledges can still be made online until October 7th. Click HERE to donate directly online.