Jan 21
January 21, 2022

​It has been another eventful week here at Alex Ferguson School. The energy and enthusiasm generated by Three Left Feet, our Artist in Residence for the grades 1/2/5/6 teams is infectious (in the best way possible)! Check out the post on the website to see some of the students during their dance time. Move pictures will be posted as the residency continues over the next two weeks. 

Masks, thank you parents and community members, the number of masks we have needed to hand out each morning has drastically reduced. We have packages of masks, as provided by the Alberta government, on site for distribution as needed. Teachers have communicated how they would like you to let them know when you need another package sent home. We will let everyone know when we have run out, until then, please communicate with your child's homeroom teacher to access this provided resource.

School council - Did you know? You are a member of school council! When you registered your child at AFS you became a member of the school council, the same applies for all schools in Alberta. This week, on Wednesday evening at 6:30 we will be meeting for our first meeting of 2022. Please plan to join us. Ms. Harder, one of grades 1 and 2 teachers, will be sharing learning in her classroom. Administration will be sharing what life inside AFS looks like at the moment, upcoming engagement opportunities, and insights into how the school communicates with the school community.

Access the link from the school council page of our AFS website: https://school.cbe.ab.ca/school/alexanderferguson/get-involved/school-council/pages/default.aspx ​
We look forward to seeing you then. 

Your AFS Adminstrative Team,
Helen Sharpe and Tianna Melnyk


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