Weekly Announcements – Tuesday, June 13, 2017:

Thanks to all of our WFM families for helping to make the 2016-2017 school year a wonderful success!

Your participation in and contributions to the life of our school help to create a real WFM community.  We appreciate your trust in us and, as always, we consider it an honor and a privilege to guide the education of your precious children.

Congratulations to our graduates:  Jonathan, Josh, Kate, Nate, Quincy and Stás!  We wish you only the best for your amazing futures, and we cannot wait to see what you do next!

We look forward to seeing all of our returning students and families again in September.  We appreciate your support and participation in the life of our school and we wish you all the best for a wonderful summer!


As always, we are happy to have your family as part of our WFM community! 

Chris Viteznik and Joanna Camburn


Calendar Notes:
Wednesday, June 14, through Friday, June 16 – School Closed


A second year Primary 2 student happily had her birthday celebration with her classmates and her parents. S

he showed lovely photos of her life and read her favorite book to the whole class.

One of the Primary 2 students shared a presentation of a balloon rocket.

First, she cut a piece of string about 10 feet long and threaded it through a straw. She tied one end of the string to a chair and tied the other end of the string to another chair. She held the balloon tightly closed with a paper clip and pushed the balloon to one end of the string. Then she took the paper clip off. As the balloon deflated, it pushed out the air inside the balloon. The air pushed the balloon away from the chair and along the string in the opposite direction. This illustrated how every action has an equal and opposite reaction.


The Primary 2 students were excited to do Father’s Day art projects for their fathers.

They made beautiful cards and some of the first year students did colorful hand and foot prints as well.

One of the Primary 2 Kindergarteners celebrated his birthday with his family and classmates.

He shared his photos and the stories behind them with his class.

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