A very special community event supported by Pearson staff and students: The Pineridge Community Safety walk for diversity (anti-racism). The walk was a joint effort of community stakeholders, including teachers and students from Pearson. It ended with a chili supper at the United Church behind our school.
Ann Lieske is our Career Practitioner: These are 2 of her dual credit carpentry students who take classes at SAIT!!
And we welcomed the staff and students from Clarence Samson for a tour of the school to learn about all the amazing Opportunities for Learning at Pearson.
The Dance Troupe put on a great show for our guests as did our Concert Choir.
Design Studio – part of the tour
Culinary Arts – part of the tour
Sports Medicine – part of the tour
Much to be proud of in our Community of Patriots!!!
Whether on Lunch, Spare or Success Block, students can and do make their learning visible.
Finance Management students balancing credits, debits, profits and expenditures through wheeling and dealing in Monopoly.
Youth Volunteer Club members: Tommy, Gerard, Cynthia, Kelly and Yohann selling Candy Grams this week in the Cafeteria.
Blood Donor Club members Raina and Anoop, signing up new donors. See them in the Cafeteria to answer questions. Tis the season to donate.
Our wonderful Leadership Students working side by side with our ACCESS Class.
Smiles all around!!!
Wrestling ruled the day on Friday with Pearson’s Rookie Tournament. Lots of staff and student volunteered to make this event a highlight.
Great sportsmanship on display!!!
This young man looked after the Coaches Room.
And these Leadership Students sold lots of Pizza at the concession.
Thanks to coaches Lindsay Marsh-Walters, Myles Gibbs, Mike Witt and Lisa Byrgesen and Cody Longlitz – our leadership mentor.
It was the Swim & Dive City Championships at Repsol Centre yesterday. Many of our athletes were proudly wearing their comfy Red Swim Hoodies. Coaches Evan Candido, Kathryn Riben & Mark Mason said it was a great meet with many PBs.
Thanks coaches & athletes. Pearson Pride at its best!
These are the stock market traders in Wayne Eng’s Finance Club; which meets on the first Tuesday of each month. The students learn basic financial literacy – example: budgeting, debt, interests (simple vs compound) Rule of 72, the various investment vehicles – example: mutual funds, bonds, stocks & exchange traded funds to help them achieve their future financial independence.
Start of the Annual D4 Basketball Tournament after school yesterday. Singing of O Canada was outstanding!!!
First Match featured our Sr Girls. Our 1st win over the Lords from Beaverbrook.
Second Match featured our Sr Boys. Our 1st win over the Lakers from Chestermere.
Half time feature our Dance Students. Wait for it………………
Wait for it……………….. Boom!!!!!!!!!
A great start to the season. Thanks to all the staff and students who made this a reality.
Such talent – wonderful!!