Page 12 - june 16, 2016 - martensville messenger flowers gifts • homeDrive decor Bay #5 • 239 Centennial Bay #5 239 Centennial Drive Martensville, SK Ph: 306-651-7277 306-651-7277 home & floral boutique www.sashomeandfloral.com Martensville, SK Ph: 306-651-7277 "We deliver to Martensville, Warman, and surrounding area." All school submissions provided by VHS, VMS and MHS MHS Final Exams FAQs When Are They? Wed, June 22nd - Period 1 Thurs, June 23rd - Period 2 Fri, June 24th - Period 3 Mon, June 27th - Period 4 Tues, June 28th - Period 5 When and where are the ﬁnal exams held? ABOVE: Grade 6 students from Valley Manor Elementary School travelled down to the Saskatoon Racing Canoe Club and learned how to paddle in the big dragon boats. All morning exams will begin at 9:00 a.m. Generally, an exam for a class is w ritten in its regular instructional space. What happens when I am ﬁnished my exam? Students are required to stay for a minimum of one hour and a maximum of three hours. Students exiting the exam room should remain quiet in the hallways and as they exit the building. Following their exam, students have self-directed study time. ABOVE & BELOW: VHS Gr. 7 Shekinah Camping Trip (May 26-27) – students headed to Shekinah for an enjoyable couple days of camping, touring the sites, games and activities. Another successful trip! ABOVE & BELOW: VHS Gr.2’s Butterﬂy Release (June 3rd) – the day has come to let them go. What do I bring to the exam? Generally, students will need a pen, pencil, and eraser. Individual teachers will let you know if you require extra materials such as a geometry set, calculator, formula sheet, novel, etc. A reminder that i-pods/i-phones/etc. are NOT allowed on your person during exams, and cannot be used as calculators during exams. If students do not own a dedicated calculator, make sure you purchase one soon. When do I return my textbooks? Homeroom teachers will be collecting textbooks on the last day of classes. If you need it to study, you must return it prior to writing the final exam. If you have lost your textbook, inquire about the fee ahead of time and bring the replacement fee prior to your final. When will my report card be ready? Report cards will be ready for pick-up the morning of Thursday, June 30th at the school in the front foyer. 2nd Annual Taste of VMS Thursday, June 16th Friday, June 17th 12-1:30 Valley Manor Elementary School would like to invite you to our second annual Taste of VMS. We will be selling food, drinks, other treats, and even face painting. Most things will range from $2-5 in cost so bring some cash for lunch and treats on the back tarmac (in the gym if raining)! We can’t wait to see you there! From, The Valley Manor Grade 8s ABOVE: VHS K-6 School Track & Play Day (June 3rd) – although we had to stop for a little bit of rain and the family picnic had to move indoors, the day ended up great and the kids had a wild & crazy time! Update from MHS Excerpt from Principals Message in MHS June 2016 Newsletter The 2016-2017 school year will see the completion of the renovation and the re-occupation of the old school. It has been receiving a significant facelift and will house some state-of-the-art Practical and Applied Arts learning areas. We hope to be back into the IA and Home Ec. areas in September. Additionally, we are very excited to see the development of our playing field take shape. We are the incredibly fortunate beneficiaries of the generosity of MHS parent, Lyle Wilson, for the enormous amount of work that has gone into the project so far. Hundreds of truckloads of fill and topsoil and countless hours of grading have brought us to the point you see today. And it is not done yet. We are working with a local landscaper to install irrigation and will be reaching out to the community as other parts of the project evolve and take shape. This playing field will be the first field developed by and for the school. We look forward to seeing generations of students and community members enjoy and make use of it.