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s UMMER Empowered class serves
Pine Grove's Girls



up delicious fundraiser
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The consensus at Pine Grove Middle School was
the Girls Empowered class served up one of the best
pies the school has ever tasted on May 4.
The girls decided they wanted to support some
AN ARTICLE women in Canada. Brianne Fahlman, the BEST
success coach at Pine Grove Middle School, said,
"The girls found a foundation they wanted to support

Submitted photo called the Canadian Women's Foundation. To
support them, the girls decided to do a pie-the-
teacher event, and also hold a bake sale.”
The Canadian Women's Foundation supports
education programs, anti-violence programs, girl Students from the Girls Empowered class at Pine Grove Middle School held a bake sale on May 4 to help
empowerment programs, and supports over 450 raise money for the Canadian Women's Foundation. Students line up waiting to check out the goods.
women's shelters across Canada.
“The Girls Empowered class is an options class lead in what sorts of things they are interested in had a total of 15 pies purchased to be able to toss in
that is held every Friday and we talk about issues learning more about and we develop it from what his face,” said Fahlman.
that are affecting girls, we talk about how women they are asking for. “Our baking sold out very quickly and showed us
are treated in the workplace, and how they are “We raised $270 total between the baking sale and just how generous our students are and how many
treated in media,” said Fahlman. “We let the girls pie-the-teachers. Our favourite was Mr. Keating who sweet-tooths we have in our school,” siaid Fahlman.

Community spirit



showcased during Education


Week at Pine Grove


“Parkland by Jocelyn Pettitt showcasing what they
Perspective” May 2-6 was Education can teach others. school's daily activities
in addition to the “Pie
A Student View week and École Pine Students were also given your teacher in the face”
Grove Middle School the opportunity to be the contest which raised
commemorated it with Principal or Vice $270 with a bake sale.
numerous activities for Principal for the day by The money will go to
ACES visit Telus World of Science Center both staff and students. submitting a short essay s u p p o r t v i o l e n c e
submitted by Lindsey Gohmann Mrs. Tina Kruse-Taylor on why they love Pine prevention programs and
o r g a n i z e d m a n y Grove. There were many girls' empowerment
On May 10 the Parkland Composite High School ACES (Academic Center for Educational Success) activities for the week remarkable submissions programs. An additional
program went to Edmonton to the TELUS World of Science Center. including “The Amazing to choose from but in the bake sale was held on
At the center we enjoyed looking at a variety of different interactive displays (ranging from a wind tunnel, to Race”, random draws for end, the two students Friday to support the
a dance floor that produced electricity, investigating the body and also how weather works) and also saw the c o n c e s s i o n g i f t chosen were Raegan victims / efforts of Fort
IMAX "Humpback Whales". certificates, Soccer D r a d e r a n d N o a h MacMurray which
The trip was thoroughly enjoyed and will create memories for years to come. Baseball (students vs. Biehler. raised over $1100. Both
Pine Grove School held a 'Pie your teacher in the face' contest as part of a staff), and “We are Wednesday May 4 our school and community
fundraiser during Education Week. (L to R) Mr. Glen Kelly Back Row Mr. Russ Teachers” apples that student Principal and spirit were proudly
Keating, Mrs. Michelle Anderson Front Row Mr. James Randall, and Ms. were completed by Vice Principal for the demonstrated by all.
Hannah Wilson. submitted everyone in the school day oversaw many of the



Steven Marcoff, Samantha Parnall , and Jennifer Henkel with Parkland Parkland's
School's ACES class visit Telus World of Science.
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in on success



“Parkland
Perspective”
A Student View

The Parkland Archery l e a d e r s h i p w h i l e
team competed at the s h o o t i n g w i t h
Alberta Provincial elementary school
Archery Tournament in students from another
Drayton Valley April 27. district.
All the archers shot Coach Williams and
very well improving Coach Hall are very
their personal best proud of their efforts and
s c o r e s , b u t m o r e look forward to them
i m p o r t a n t l y t h e y returning next season. Parkland School Archery team (back row): Coach Williams, Corey Brooks, Janelle Haddock, Dawson
demonstrated true PCHS The new season will start Craig, Matthew Day, Coach Hall. Front Row: Kalvin Weber, Alexander Vick, Angelina Smith, Nicolas
November 28th 2016. Remilard, and Connor Young. Missing: Keagan Pacholok, and Lindsay Kuilboer.
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