What’s happening at John Muir?

Students from John Muir elementary wrote and submitted a summary of their school affairs.

At John Muir we had Fun Day on June 21 and we are going to Ella Beach on June 26. This week we also went to Aylard Farm. So in June we are very busy! Our Grade 5 Good-bye Assembly in Tuesday, June 25.

The Interview

Today at John Muir we interviewed our EA, Ms. Vowles.

She said her favourite thing to do at John Muir is see kids learn. She loves working at John Muir and working with all the staff.

Fun Day

Every year our principalvice principal create a fun day for all the students that includes:

Lots of fun games and stations, hence the name of the event!

And lots of joy to all the students participating in this lovely event.

Beach Day

Every year in our school puts together a great activity before the end of the year for all the students. We all get together and get our shovels and buckets and go to the beach! We get see all the sea life and stay in the beautiful sunshine. If you want to join us bring your sun screen and sand tools and come along with us on June 26! John Muir is awesome!

 

Submitted by reporters Kylie, Katie, Annika, Ella, and Evan

 

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