Welcome back to school, hopefully after a fun and
restful summer. Day 1 for students is
Tuesday September 4th. We get right into the swing
This post is for those of you that have children in the following class...
We are very excited to welcome three new members to Lindales SCC - School
Community Council. Tamra Nichols, Naomi Rigetti and Jacqui Martynook will
be joining the SCC for the next two years. Thanks also to Christa LaPointe
who has a...
Miss Johnson’s grade 5 class would like to spread the news of their spectacular
dance unit! In Gym class they have been learning all the old style dances like the
schottische, butterfly, line dance, seven step, polka, two step, waltz, and the jive. ...
Students from Grades 6-7, 7-8 and 8 classrooms entertained the students and
parents with three plays on Wednesday, April 4. Grade 6-7 performed
‘Crash Course’; Grade 7-8 – ‘Teenage Nightmare’ and Grade 8’s, ‘Virgil’s Wedding’.&...
The "A" Boys Basketball team had an awesome season this year. They finished
second in the league standings behind Sunningdale. They played South Hill in a
nail biting semi-final game to go on and play Sunningdale in the city final game.
The A Girls Basketball team finished another very successful season.
The girls worked hard over the whole season which consisted of 32 practices
(94% attendance record) and 15 games. Their record was 12-3, finishing first
in the City League standing...
A general meeting for the purpose of presenting an
annual report and to hold elections for the
School Community Council of
will be held on
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
For Visual Arts the grade 5 class was busy making and designing masks.
We used plaster of paris strips and put the strips directly on our faces using
warm water. We used a few layers to ensure that the mask would be strong enough
once it dried. We c...
The grade 1, 1/2, 2 & 6 students and parents have been busy sending green baking and candies for our St. Patrick's Candy and Baking Sale. There will also be a 25 cent raffle to win a St. Patrick's Day cake! The sale will be tomorrow and Th...
The Grade 8’s had an extremely successful ski trip to Asessippi on Feb. 15-16.
The weather was perfect as well as the snow conditions and the students had a
lot of fun snowboarding, skiing, and tubing. Unfortunately, we had a couple
Click on the link below to see the information for Kindergarten Registration....
We are organizing a school-wide Valentine exchange on February 14. Every person in the school has been partnered with another person in the building. We are asking for you to make, bake, or buy a small token of affection for their partner ($2....
From the comfort of their homes, Saskatchewan residents can receive therapist guided treatment by logging on to an online mental health unit - a Canadian first.
Saskatchewan Roughriders "Neil Hughes" will be at speaking at the Annual Meeting of Electors on Tuesday April 3, 2012. Click here for more information....
To celebrate and promote Family Literacy Day on January 27th, the Library organized several activities. Our 3rd Annual Book Exchange was a great success, with over 600 books changing hands. Once again, our SCC and SRC generously donated funds ...
Boys and girls from grades 6 - 8 are busy practising and playing basketball here at Lindale. There are 2 "A" teams and 2 "B" league teams.
Many thanks go out to the great coaches; Miss Rodgers (Boys "A" and Girls "B"), Mr. Olney (Girls "A") ...
Despite freezing cold temperatures and transportation issues; 50 of Lindale's finest put on a fabulous performance of "Cinderlla" presented by Missoula Children's Theatre. Cinderalla was played by the talented and beautiful Makayla Spearman. T...
Introducing the 3rd Annual Lindale Book Exchange,
in support of Family Literacy Day!
Recycle Your Reading - Used books become new reads at the Book Exchange!
Date: Wednesday, January 25th, 2011
Mrs. Nicole Rowlinson, our Librarian Technician made an application on behalf of our school for the Willow Awards and her work was chosen as one of the winners. Our school library will receive a box of miscellanous books! Thanks so much for yo...
The Christmas spirit was alive and well in Moose Jaw Wednesday as Allison Shillington and her grade 1 and 2 class from Lindale School helped out the Humane Society. The students brought in food and toys for the resident pets to help the animals have a Mer...