Tag: Millarville School

  • Calgary Hitmen Hit Millarville with $50,000

    Calgary Hitmen Hit Millarville with $50,000
  • Reunion of Old Turner Valley Junior & Senior High Schools

    Reunion of Old Turner Valley Junior & Senior High Schools

    Welcome Alumni of the Turner Valley Junior and Senior High Schools from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s Joyce (Compton) Berkholtz is organizing this year’s reunion to be held in Turner Valley on Saturday, September 10th and Sunday, September 11th, 2016. Dinner will be on Saturday, September 10th, 6:00pm at the Legion in Turner Valley. For […]

  • Millarville School to Host Wildcat Colour Walkathon

    Millarville School to Host Wildcat Colour Walkathon

    Millarville Community Schoolewill be hosting a Wildcat Colour Walkathon on Friday, May 27, 2016 from 12:30 – 2:30pm throughout the community of Millarville.Students will be gathering pledges throughout the month of May to raise money for field trips for the school. This is our primary and biggest fundraiser of the year and it is a […]

  • High Country Wrestling Week

    High Country Wrestling Week

    Four schools in the High Country – Millarville, Turner Valley, C. Ian McLaren and Longview – participated in wrestling clinics and a mini-tourney April 5-7. Thanks to financial support from the Black Diamond Amateur Wrestling Association, students worked with wrestling coaches Kelly Delany and Andy Ross. Schools then gathered at C. Ian McLaren on April […]

  • Millarville Wildcats Take on the Calgary Stampeders in Epic Basketball Game

    Millarville Wildcats Take on the Calgary Stampeders in Epic Basketball Game

    The fourth game in the 2016 TELUS Stampeders Basketball Program saw a visit to the nearby town of Millarville on Thursday afternoon for a fun-filled contest at Millarville Community School. The likes of Andrew Buckley, Ben D’Aguilar, Rene Paredes, Adam Thibault, Spencer Wilson, Quinn Smith and Brandon Boudreaux picked up a 42-32 victory over the boys and girls representing […]

  • Wildcat Chaos Coming to Millarville School

    Wildcat Chaos Coming to Millarville School

      The 7th annual Wildcat Chaos is quickly approaching. This is a great event and has a reputation in surrounding communities as the best small school basketball tournament. The boys’ side of the tournament happens Friday, February 5th starting at 1:30 pm. The girls’ side of the tournament happens Saturday, February 6th, with first game […]

  • Millarville Community School: Creativity

    Millarville Community School: Creativity

    Principal’s Message If you haven’t heard, Millarville Community School has a 3D printer, possibly the first school in the division to explore this technology. Our initial purchase last year was thank-you to your fundraising efforts and those of our fundraising society. I bought a second one last week. Why? I was offered a deal I […]

  • Millarville Community School: Gearing Up for an Active Year

    Millarville Community School: Gearing Up for an Active Year

      Greetings Wildcat Parents! I hope you all had a wonderful winter break and that Santa was good to you. Hopefully you had a chance to get out to the slopes, spend time with family and friends, or do something else fun for yourselves during the time the kids had off. Before the break our […]

  • Parent Math Nights

    Parent Math Nights

      The Calgary Regional Consortium is hosting three math sessions for parents of students in Kindergarten to Grade 6 in February and March 2016. The sessions will focus on understanding how learners move from counting, to reasoning about addition and subtraction, to “knowing” facts and the differences between addition and multiplication — as strategies for […]

  • Millarville Community School: A New Year Welcomes New Faces

    Millarville Community School: A New Year Welcomes New Faces

      Happy New Year! On behalf of the whole staff of MCS we hope you had a restful and enjoyable time with your families over the holiday season. As we start the new year, we have some new changes to our MCS lineup of staff. Welcome to Mrs. Cindy tenBroek who will be teaching some […]

  • Millarville School News: Christmas Concert Success!

    Millarville School News: Christmas Concert Success!

    From the Principal…. Bravo to Mrs. Lederer, Mrs. Elliott and all of our talented children for this year’s Christmas Concert. We shared our show to a capacity crowd last week and we all agree that our event was a smashing success! We regret that we did not communicate our usual food and gift drive at […]

  • Millarville School: Go Wildcats!

    Millarville School: Go Wildcats!

      I want to give a personal and heartfelt thank-you to all of our parents, students, and staff for a wonderful start to my first full year as a teacher and athletic coordinator. Your support of myself and our student athletes has been incredible both in your willingness to contribute and your passion for their […]

  • MCS Principal’s Message for December

    MCS Principal’s Message for December

      The winter season is upon us and we are preparing the first formal report cards this year. Time does fly when you are in the flow zone. Congratulations to both of our volleyball teams this year! Two weeks ago both teams participated in the league championships and demonstrated all of the growth that has […]

  • Millarville School News: Message from Trustee Christine Pretty

    Millarville School News: Message from Trustee Christine Pretty

      On November 3rd, Ms. Davis and I shared our school education plan at the School Council meeting, and this will be posted on our school website shortly. After our meeting Mrs. Christine Pretty, our school board trustee, wrote the following message. ~ Mr. Gibson I love this time of year… The changing leaves, anticipation […]

  • MCS Principal’s Message: Working Together for Improvement

    MCS Principal’s Message: Working Together for Improvement

    Welcome back from your weekend (or week-long) of Halloween fun! We hope your little goblins and ghouls had a great time! Last week, Ms. Davis and I met with the rest of the Foothills School Division’s administration, executive team and board members to collaboratively look at our data results from last year. One of my […]