Shirt Day is
a day when we honor the Indigenous children who were sent to residential
schools in Canada and to learn more about the history of those schools. We
invite students here at Blackburn Elementary to wear an orange shirt to show
support and awareness of the impact residential schools had on the Indigenous Communities.
This is the 40th Anniversary of Terry’s Marathon of Hope! Schools everywhere can celebrate their event on September 30. Students can bring a toonie to contribute to the Terry Fox Foundation.
SD57 has adjusted the school calendar to accommodate the changes to the secondary school schedule due to COVID 19. You will notice a change to the November NID & the January NID.
Where we are all part of a (Wolf) PACK! Meaning we show how to be Prepared, Accountable, Cooperative and Kind.
C heck out our Counsellor's Corner and *NEW* Youth Care Worker support sections in our Learning Links! Lots of useful information and website links to explore!
Check out the Learning Commons link at the top of the webpage to discover things happening in our school. Plus the link below to access resources from our District Learning Commons.
We also have a mobile computer lab for our students to enjoy.
Check out Mrs. Franzmann's web page! Click on "Read more".
Check out the link below for free fitness and wellness classes to help keep our minds and bodies happy and healthy.