On Friday, all students participated in our opening ceremonies. We walked along the stage in our house colours and watched as kindergarten students lit the Nelson Flame! We are very […]
Today was our first day back to school. Students worked on their New Years Resolutions by writing down their goals. I am looking forward to seeing these goals come to […]
Students in Division 9 worked with Ms. Badial on Remembrance Day art using tissue paper. They created poppies and crosses to depict Flander’s Field. Students are also working on an […]
Students in Division 9 presented 5 of their favourite things during their Social Studies lesson. Please see the link on Ms. Watt’s blog to see their amazing work! http://sd41blogs.ca/watts/2017/10/07/all-about-me-silhouettes-div-9/
On September 29th, students at Nelson Elementary wore orange t-shirts to bring awareness about residential schools and that Every Child Matters. In division 8, students read the story “When I […]
In September, students at Nelson Elementary learned about Citizenship. In our class, we read Daisy’s Big Dig and discovered how one person can bring a community together and make such […]
Students created leaf mobiles with Ms. Marie Hotamanie, our Aboriginal Resource Teacher after reading Shi-shi-etko. Students wrote 3 valuable things that their mothers, fathers and extended family taught them.
Creepy creatures with glowing eyes are flying above us. On Friday, everyone created mobile bats from black construction paper, yarn and cellophane.
Students worked in pairs on a science experiment to save Fred, the worm from drowning. They had to safely get Fred into a life preserver without directly touching either Fred, […]
We have started October with a bang! Division 7 went to Waterfront Station on October 8th and enjoyed a Public Artwork Walk. Students explored different kinds of artwork created by local […]