Tag: Turner Valley School

  • Turner Valley School News: February is Exciting

    Turner Valley School News: February is Exciting

    February is here and we are full speed ahead with students and staff working hard as we hit  the midpoint of the school year. During the last week of January we celebrated literacy day, which featured a western theme. We had many parents and families members show up to support our students this day which was […]

  • Foothills School Division Announces New Vice Principal for Turner Valley School

    Foothills School Division Announces New Vice Principal for Turner Valley School

    HIGH RIVER, AB – Foothills School Division (FSD) is pleased to announce the administrative appointment of Debbie Reid as the new Vice Principal of Turner Valley School, effective August 2016. Ms. Reid will move into the position currently held by Chase Ellis, who is transferring as vice principal to Spitzee Elementary School in the fall. […]

  • Turner Valley School Volunteer Tea

    Turner Valley School Volunteer Tea

    VOLUNTEER TEA & TUXEDO STRAWBERRIES A BIG THANK YOU to all of our volunteers this year. You make our school SHINE! Also, an extra special thanks to Kathryn Boyle Gough for making these adorable tuxedo dressed strawberry darlings for the volunteer tea… YUM! Thank you Mrs. Desjardins and our grade 6 tea party serving/clean-up/tasting team. […]

  • Turner Valley School – Ask the Principal: What to Expect Next Year

    Turner Valley School – Ask the Principal: What to Expect Next Year

    Looking ahead to classes next year: What to Expect? Can you believe it’s June already? Many parents are wondering what the classes will look like next year and how are class lists made. Next year the classes will look the same as this year with one addition. Because we are a growing school and we […]

  • Turner Valley School News: Wrapping Up Another Year

    Turner Valley School News: Wrapping Up Another Year

    Believe it or not, the end of another school year is clearly on the horizon. A glance at the school calendar will confirm, June is easily among the busiest months of any school’s year. In the space of the next 4 weeks courses wrap up, year-end exams are completed and marked, awards celebrated, field trips enjoyed/survived […]

  • 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 […]

  • Turner Valley School: Let’s Get 1 Million Kids to JUMP!

    Turner Valley School: Let’s Get 1 Million Kids to JUMP!

    Together, we can get 1 Million hearts pumping across Canada! Supporting kids’ health for more than 30 years, Heart & Stroke Jump Rope for Heart encourages kids to get active by skipping rope while they collect pledges for heart disease and stroke research. By participating in Jump Rope for Heart, students learn about heart health and the benefits of living a healthy […]

  • Turner Valley School Welcomes Touring Art Exhibit: Path Makers

    Turner Valley School Welcomes Touring Art Exhibit: Path Makers

    Display Dates: May 18 – June 15, 2016 Path Makers is a touring exhibition developed by the Art Gallery of Alberta for the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program. This exhibition is currently circulating throughout the southwest/central parts of Alberta. The AFA Travelling Exhibition Program is financially supported by the Alberta Foundation for the […]

  • Turner Valley School Spring Theatre a Sweet Success

    Turner Valley School Spring Theatre a Sweet Success

    At the end of April the Turner Valley School performed Willie Wonka Junior. A BIG thank you to all students, staff and parents for their help with Spring Theatre. Without each and every one of your contributions it would not be possible. A special mention to Amanda Gentry for the art work and her time and effort in creating the beautiful […]

  • Turner Valley School News – Spring has Arrived

    Turner Valley School News – Spring has Arrived

    The month of May has arrived with great weather and opportunities for us to be outside. May also promises to be a busy time here at Turner Valley School as well. But first I want to say a big thank-you to those that helped with the spring theater production. What a great show, the kids really did an outstanding performance and the […]

  • 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 […]

  • Leapin’ Leprechauns 

    Leapin’ Leprechauns 

      Turner Valley School students and their families had fun preparing for St. Patrick’s Day by building leprechaun traps. The challenge was to build the most tempting trap out of whatever they thought might catch the little green-clad fairies’ attention. All the submissions were on display in the Learning Commons. Thank you to facilitator Carol Webb for spearheading this […]

  • Oilfields High and Turner Valley Students Show Their Archery Prowess

    Oilfields High and Turner Valley Students Show Their Archery Prowess

    Nineteen Turner Valley School (TVS) students and two Oilfields School students competed in the Canadian National Archery in Schools (NASP®) National Tournament March 12-15 in Edmonton. Of note: Grade 5 TVS student Cali Magee finished 7th in the country for her grade level. Grade 7 Oilfields student Jocelyn Holladay also finished 7th in the country […]

  • Turner Valley School Tigers’ Reading Den

    Turner Valley School Tigers’ Reading Den

    We are excited to announce a new idea to promote reading and share books. The Tiger’s Reading Den is a free book exchange program. There will be a bookshelf outside the library for students to donate books to and/or borrow from. If you have gently used books in your home that your children have outgrown, please bring them to the school and […]

  • Turner Valley School News: March is Nutrition Month

    Turner Valley School News: March is Nutrition Month

    All of Turner Valley School will be participating in a variety of nutrition related activities during the month of March. Some of the things we will be doing this month are: making “Four Food Groups Placemats” and sorting our snacks into the appropriate groups daily making and tasting some delicious (new) healthy snacks in class participating in the school-wide Fruit […]