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    Winter News

      ​‘The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.’ 
    – Coretta Scott King
    Dear Rosedale families and community members,
    A big thank you to all for warmly welcoming me this fall to an outstanding school community. The combined efforts of the students, staff, parents, guardians and community members made our fall a great success. We’ve had much to learn together, loads to celebrate and plenty to anticipate in the next half of our school year to come.
    We began our year coming together for Rosedale’s yearly community pancake breakfast fundraiser, which was a great success and a wonderful way to meet everyone in the Rosedale School community. Thank you to all the parent volunteers and organizers for continuing this tradition of sharing food together. After breakfast there was a tug–o– war event, followed by our Terry Fox Run through the Rosedale community and the students were cheered on by homeowners throughout the streets, ringing bells and encouraging runners on.
    Learning opportunities were in abundance this Autumn. Highlights, sponsored by our Parent Council (funded by events supported by our Casino and other fundraisers), included: a Beakerhead presentation focusing on Science, The Escape Room (grades 5 – 9) focusing on History, a Hoop Dancer and school performance (Grades 1- 9) focusing on PE, History and the Arts and a presentation on Internet Safety. Some of our students attended a live theatre performance of “Inner Elder” at Crescent Heights High School. There was a swimming program at SAIT, an Earth Rangers Presentation with live animals, an Owl Presentation with a rescued owl, a reptile presentation with snakes and a very calm tarantula. Other highlights included an Indigenous artifact presentation, an appearance by World War II pilot Mr. Kearl and his wife Mrs Kearl, a visit by a Calgary Flames player and our surprise Stampeder assembly with two Calgary Stampeders. So many rich learning opportunities to be had this past season!
    Congratulations to both our Girls’ and Boys’ volleyball teams for their true understanding and demonstration of teamwork. Students representing Rosedale on our volleyball teams worked together, encouraged each other and showed compassion for others while demonstrating their athletic abilities under the leadership of their coaches. Many thanks to the staff and Rosedale family members who volunteered their time to make a difference. Both teams achieved greatness and won the Division 5 Champions! We look forward to hanging their banners in the gymnasium.
    Events organized by students, families and staff were also met with great success. Under the lead of a parent and a team of volunteers, a student inspired Halloween Dance took place allowing students and families to enjoy a night of dancing, costumes, conversations and snacks. Our Grade 9 Sailing group, run by volunteer parents, hosted two successful family movie nights and a Fall Dinner/Silent Auction to raise money for their trip this April. Many community members, Rosedale alumni and families thoroughly enjoyed these events!
    Our Remembrance Day Assembly was brought together under the leadership and inspiration of Anne Hodgeson, who spent her summer taking part in a teacher professional development program in Juno Beach. Students demonstrated a deep understanding of World War I and II through original poems, a drama presentation and hand bell pieces, all of which captivated their audience and had many in tears. Rosedale students commanded the stage as if it were Theatre Calgary and confidently modeled to our younger students how to demonstrate their learning. 
    Rosedale, we have talent! The Winter Concert provided an opportunity for the musical talents of all of our student to shine! Highlighted by a pop-up choir, inspired by our Jr. High students, narrators, hand bells and the bag pipes; our concert led us all into the winter break with warm hearts.
    I’m looking forward to finishing a wonderful winter and starting spring at Rosedale together with students, staff, parents and guardians. For updates on what is happening next at Rosedale, please read the monthly principal reports presented at Parent Council meetings (attachments on our Parent Council section of the website), or better yet, come and hear all about it, have a voice and learn how you can contribute to our wonderful community of life-long learners.

    Susan Faulkner


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    Rosedale School

    905 13 Ave NW Calgary, AB, T2M 0G3
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    Ms Susan Faulkner
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    Ms Rose Price
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    Mr Scott MacNeill
    Lisa Davis

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