Please find the Westmount School Association Annual Report for this year below.
Wishing all of our Westmount families and community a wonderful summer filled with all the things you love to do! See you on September 7th.
This morning we held our annual Teddy bear citizenship awards. A student from each class was presented the award for displaying positive citizenship in our Westmount school community. Congratulations to our 2017 recipients!🎊🐻🎗
This morning Grades 4, 5 and 6 Cello and violin students performed a concert for Grades 3-6 in the gymnasium. What a fabulous performance. A huge congratulations to string students and staff for their hard work and dedication this year. You sound amazing
Bike to School Day was held yesterday, June 8th. Students rode their bikes, scooters, skateboards or rollerblades to School. We had 154 Westmount students participate in total. The three classes that had the most students participate were 1Mullenger at 58% student participation, 2/3Blandford at 65% student participation and 3/4Doucette at 54% student participation. Way to go!
Westmount community participated in our annual Multicultural Day. In the morning, students from grades Primary to 6 presented a fashion show which highlighted traditional clothing from various cultures. We also viewed a Ramadan presentation.
In the afternoon, Squid visited us and rocked out in the gymnasium, playing a variety of tunes on drums and bagpipes. It was so much fun!
Thank you to our WSA and the many volunteers who helped organize and execute a successful spring fair on Saturday. It was a great seeing so many gathering as a school community and having fun. Take a peek below at Mr. MacRae, Mrs. MacInnis and Mrs. D’Eon getting in on the fun.
This evening Westmount string students will join hundreds of students from grades 4 through 12 to perform at Halifax All-City Music’s annual String Night at the Forum. This amazing musical presentation is produced to highlight the hard work of the students, music educators and community.
Students participated in a dress rehearsal this morning. Here are the Grade fours rehearsing.
Halifax artist Kyle Jackson unveiled his painting at Halifax Shopping Centre this past Monday. The unveiling kickoffed the mall’s Canada 150 celebrations.
Grade 5 MacRae students School was present to witness the unveiling of the painting.
To learn more about this event, and to see our students with the artist and his painting, click here for the Chronicla Herald’s article.