Here is the Rockin Rebels performance at Telemiracle
The Fantastic Fivers had a great day in Saskatoon delivering their presents to the Ronald McDonald House.
Thanks to Sargeant Ward, Jimmy Taman, Paige Knorr, Steven Nunweiler, Brad Murphy, BP Blairmore, and KCS for helping out with/sponsoring our day.
Thank you once again to everyone that sponsored the Fivers for their Skate-A-Thon and Read-A-Thon. Merry Christmas!!
Each month this year the Living School School Division Board is highlighting one of the Board values. In November they are highlighting the value 'Courage'.
It's with no doubt that we have a young man in our school that shows courage on a daily basis. Please meet Grayson Nunweiler!
Grayson was diagnosed at the age of 2 with a rare brain/spinal tumor (fibrillary Astrocytoma). He underwent surgery for his biopsy, port and feeding tube then. He then completed a year of hard chemo. Making him quite sick majority of the time. He went 2 years before he relapsed and started chemo again for another year. He completed the year of chemo but 5 short months after MRI had shown growth again and started another type of chemotherapy for a year and a half.
In all that time he had various appointment like physio, ot, neurologist appointments, etc.
He is now off chemo and is loving being a "normal kid."
Grays type of cancer and where it is , is inoperable and something he will always live with. It has also left him with left sided weakness. But that doesn't stop him! He lives life to the fullest and doesn't let anything stop him! #lskysd #courageiscontagious
- The final tally for the QSP Magazine campaign this year are in and we were able to raise $1192.00 for extra-curr transportation. Thank you to the Grade 5-8s who did a fabulous job this year.
- Huge thank you to Mrs. Obritsch, the volunteers and supporters who helped make the book fair a huge success!
- Thank you so much to the Kerrobert Kinettes for their support of the classroom wish list event. We were able to fulfil the lists thanks to them and an anonymous donor. Thanks to everyone else who donated books to the classroom wish lists.