Empire students and staff will be beautifying our surrounding community by participating in a spring clean up. Parents and family members are welcome to join us. If you are interested in helping please meet at the school at 10:40.
Monday May 27 from 6:30-7:30
Healthy Lifestyles Fair
This is an Empire annual event designed to increase awareness about what healthy lifestyles are and how we can all make healthier choices. Each classroom has chosen a topic and students will complete and share projects or presentations based on their learning. This year's topics include: Self Esteem, Body Systems, Healthy Eating, In Motion, and Dental Health. Constable Giraudier will be here to discuss cyber bullying, Public Health and the City of Moose Jaw Parks and Recreation will share information about their individual programs.
May 29 & 30 7:30
Not So Old School Too
A "South Hill Schools" Musical production which will be held at Riverview Collegiate. For ticket purchase please contact RVCI. Tickets are $10.00, this includes dessert following the production.
Our next SCC meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 22 at 6:00 pm at Westmount School. Supper will be provided. Important information will be shared about new initiatives for next year and your input is needed! Please join us in making Empire an even better place to be.
New members are welcomed. Please contact Mrs. Tressel for more information.
On April 10th we will be hosting our annual “Bullying Stops Here” event. Students in Kindergarten to Grade 8 will rotate through a series of stations related to anti-bullying. These stations are: “The Bystander Effect”, Community Drum Circle, Anti-Bullying Awareness through Art, Help Line Phone Numbers, In Motion Break, Cyber Bullying and Bullying Jeopardy. Parents and family members are welcome and encouraged to participate in this event with their child/children. Students will get into their groups first thing in the morning and we will be done by 11:20. If you are able to attend, meet in your child’s classroom at 9:00 AM first thing in the morning. If you can't make it for 9:00 AM please drop in at any time during the morning. Students and staff would love to have you join us.
Congratulations! It is our pleasure to inform you that Empire Community School will be receiving a $10,000 MusiCounts Band Aid grant for 2012-2013!
This year marks a milestone for MusiCounts. In 2012-2013, through all of our programs, we are awarding over $1 million dollars to fund music education in Canada. These funds may be used for the purchase and repair of musical instruments, acquisition of sheet music and other materials that support in school music programs.
On behalf of MusiCounts, congratulations to Ms. Anderson-Grass and Empire Community School on receiving a MusiCounts Band Aid grant. We hope this grant will support your school’s efforts and commitment to foster an exceptional music program.