Thank You Veterans and Honored Guests! Another beautiful assembly. Thank you to the Raymond Lions Club for their $500.00 donation to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #4 so all RES students had a poppy to wear!
Raymond Elementary School will holding our Remembrance Day assembly on Wednesday, November 8 at 10:30 in the school gym.
RES would like to thank Derra Murray for once again organizing Operation Christmas Child in our school. We would also like to express our thanks to all of the parents who came on this snowy Friday to help pack the boxes, all of the parents who supported this event with donations and the students who brought so many wonderful items! We filled 48 boxes this year!
This is an amazing project and we know what a difference it makes. Here is a link to a short video that beautifully demonstrates the power giving has on others! Thank you Raymond for supporting us!
RES is pleased to announce the RES LITTLE RED SNEAKER AWARD. This monthly award will be given to teachers, by teachers, who go the extra mile for kids in our school.RES Red Sneaker Award winners for October are Mr. Mike Stone and Miss Bright and Mrs Thomson.
This is what the grade 6 team had to say about why they awarded the Red Sneaker Award to Mr. Stone. "Mr. Stone has a welcoming and calm presence in the portables for all students. He is literally willing to drop what he is doing to help anyone out, and is continually finding ways to better meet the needs of his students. Mr. Stone's positive nature and infectious smile affects both teachers and students and we are very lucky to have him in our school community!"
This is what Mrs. Bevans had to say about Miss Bright and Mrs. Thomson. "My criteria was based on their dedication to education, engagement and encouragement. First, education - I admire anyone that takes the time to better themselves whether that is by learning a new skill or getting your masters. Even with their busy lives, these two women have chosen to go back to school and share what they are learning with us. Second, engagement - Miss Bright and Mrs. Thomson have put a lot of time and energy into teaching us that engagement in math is just as important as it is in literacy. I have been able to teach in both of their classes and have seen the results of their practice first hand. And last, encouragement - Miss Bright and Mrs. Thomson are always there to help anyone who needs them. I have had questions about everything from classroom management to teaching strategies . . . They have answered my texts, sent e links to new teaching techniques, and let me try out their own resources."
CONGRATULATIONS, Mr. Stone and Miss Bright and Mrs. Thomson!
We are excited to share our 2016-2017 exam results with you. Please look under school documents for a complete picture of our results.
We would like to thank our parents, students and staff for participating in our annual Terry Fox Run. We are proud to announce that our school collected $600.00 that will go toward cancer research.
RES is pleased to announce the RES LITTLE RED SNEAKER AWARD. This monthly award will be given to teachers, by teachers, who go the extra mile for kids in our school.RES Red Sneaker Award winners for September were Mrs. Jessica Bevans and The Grade 6 team.
Mrs. Bevans has embraced the embedded professional on design planning which supports improved teacher planning and process which directly impacts improved student learning. Mrs. Bevans meets each day with a smile on her face and an engaged and positive attitude.
The grade 6 team has created a collaborative and cohesive team in a short time. They plan together, teach together and share resources and best practice. They have embraced innovative practices, such as flexible seating, that have positively impacted student learning.
Congratulations to our recipients!
Thank you to Hazel Hutchins for spending the day with our students. Students and teachers were enthralled with her stories and experiences! As RES focuses on improved literacy learning, this visit offered students a real- life connection to what they are learning everyday
Thank you Hazel!
Raymond Elementary School, like all Westwind Schools, will be closed today, October 3rd 2017 due to hazardous road conditions overnight. Travel is not recommended across the Division. Please stay safe.
Raymond Elementary School believes EVERY CHILD MATTERS. Celebrate Orange Shirt Day with us on Friday, September 29, 2017. We are encouraging staff and students to wear an orange shirt to show your support. If you would like more information, check out this website http://www.orangeshirtday.org