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s CHOOL ACES in the classroom at Parkland Composite

Times many things and were so busy; from learning and skill bases for literacy and numeracy
by Lindsey Gohmann
(understanding that this is different for all ACES
Wow, what to say but what a year! We did so
students).
This year we have learned many new things
new routines and characteristics of high school,
to making new relationships and further from basic academics and life skills (such as
developing on our skills. relationship building, independence, cooking,
Parkland Composite High School's Academic money skills and others) to multiple field trips
Center for Educational Success (ACES) was and that have re-enforced new learning (such as the
still is developed on the basis that soon our Recycle Depot, weekly swimming and library
students will be members of society and we need ventures, West Edmonton Mall Sea Caverns,
to prepare them for lifelong success. Glow Bowling, Whitecourt Pool, bowling,
Within this year we have taken the main goal of various school plays, Festival of Trees,etc.).
transitioning out into the “adult” world and 2016-2017 was an epic year with such an
supplemented it with a secondary goal dealing amazing group of students, we look forward to
with creating a greater understanding, enjoyment what the 2017-2018 school year will bring. Check Fonts
End of school year means textbook returns


submitted Trish Day
Parkland School has a few reminders to get you
through the year-end chaos.
Parkland Composite High School's Academic All books-on-loan must be returned by June 29.
Center for Educational Success class Any students with outstanding borrowed books
including Roy Stuckey, Seth Longmore, Ben after June 29 will receive a reminder with their
Huxter, Jordan Eastman, Samantha Parnall, report card, with the expectation to return their
Jenn Henkel, and Bradley Sankey with Laura- items on the first day back September 5.
Lee Jonasson, The Parnall's, and Mrs. Students beginning grade 9 in the fall are
Henkel. welcome to bring any of their outstanding grade 8
EDSON BOYS & GIRLS books to Mrs. Day in the library at Parkland. She
will make sure that the local junior high schools
CLUB NEWS receive these materials. One key reminder for the
Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada first week back in September; if your student has
any books missing, they may see a delay in
A GOOD PLACE TO BE receiving new materials until either a payment, a
Summer Program return, or an arrangement can be made with the
school.
Join us this summer for exciting and fun No late fees ever! If you have found some
activities for children ages 5-12! We offer out books belonging to Parkland Composite High
of town and local field trips, as well as crafts, School, feel free to return them to the school at
sports, and baking.
any time.The books will be stamped inside with
We will be taking trips to Leaman the name of the school, and the front cover will
Exchange, Launch Pad, Telus World of have a 'Parkland Composite High School' barcode.
Science, Whitecourt Rotary Park, and Our motto here at the Parkland library is “Better
Wilmore Park! late than never, but never late is better!”
Any questions feel free to contact the school at Grade 10 student Ethan Cox displaying a
To register your child, please contact the club 780-723-6035. variety of returned textbooks for Mrs. Day.
by phone at (780) 723 7240 or by email at
info@bgcedson.com.

Burger Booth
Come support the Boys & Girls Club by visiting
our Burger Booth at the Summer Festival on
July 12-14, 2017! Proceeds from sales go
towards supporting the Club and the programs
that we offer!
723-7240 www.bgcedson.com

Proud Sponsor of the

Edson Boys & Girls Club

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ANCHOR Evergreen students take on teachers in a friendly game of tug of war on June 9 at Evergreen
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Schools Annual Sports Day. They have been doing this for over 20 years and it is usually held
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KIDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


Lily Roberge-Straub is four years old. When asked what Bryce Ritchie is in grade two at Evergreen School. Bryce
her favorite color was Lily said "all of them like the says "my favorite subject is math. I have one younger
rainbow. My favorite food to eat is broccoli and chicken brother, and I love to eat those bakers squares that are
noodle soup too. I will be a doctor when I grow up. I like used for baking. My favorite color is neon red, I like
to play at the park and being outside. I have a brother doing stunts on my bike. I'm doing Eddy's Big Run
Noah who is 10 and a little sister Ruby, and I like playing
with them too."

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