From Seed to Table

Today was a very special day at Myrtle Philip.  We were fortunate enough to feed 33o students and approximately 50 parents and teachers with homemade soup made from the vegetables that were grown in our own community gardens.  Students were part of the whole cycle and process of building the garden beds and planting the seeds …

School Goals

As we turn the corner into October, and we are well away into the new school year, I want to share some of the exciting things we will be working on over the course of the school year.  When building our school growth plan for year, we saw a collective desire to move our all of …

Orange Shirt Day

Ha7lh skwayel Whistler Community, Today we gathered in the school gym, dressed in orange, to recognize and honour our Residential School Survivors.  Today is one small act towards our united community in building reconciliation. Residential schools are a part of our Canadian history that requires a humanistic understanding that runs deeper than seeing it as a fact …

A Leap For Literacy

On Nov 3rd 2015, I jumped off the bridge at Whistler Bungee in response to the Scholastic Book Fair Challenge held by our School Library. These two videos are our way of sharing that challenge with the school community. For your witnessing pleasure, I duct-taped a goPro to my hand so you can all see …

The Name Song

Here is the link to our students singing the Name Song that they wrote last year with Glenn Mishaw. It will be on Shaw TV today on a program called GO at 9am, 1pm and 5pm. The easiest way to watch is to click the link below. Thank you very much Glenn for dreaming up …