This has been quite a year. I would like to express my appreciation and gratitude to students, staff and community for your flexibility and perseverance as we collectively navigated the numerous challenges presented by COVID.
On a personal note, I would like to thank this community for your support and all the work you do for Nose Creek School. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with this community. Although we may not have had all the same opportunities this year, in the past, we could always count on volunteers to support the many programs at Nose Creek School including Healthy Hunger, field trips, special events, athletics, fine and performing arts, robotics, fundraising, etc. In particular, I would like to highlight the hard work of Nose Creek's School Council who work tirelessly in the background to help all these opportunities come to fruition. Even during a pandemic they were able to find ways to continue to support Nose Creek.
As we transition to summer holidays, I would like to extend best wishes to the Grade 9 students moving to high school and any students leaving the community.
For those staying at Nose Creek School for next year, the staff will be eager to welcome you back on September 1, 2021. There is some back to school information posted on the website, but please continue to check the school's website for the latest information regarding school start up in the fall should there be changes. Information provided includes what to expect on the first day, supplies, bell times, etc.
I know I am going to miss being a Kodiak, but the time has come to take on new challenges. To that end, I would like to extend a warm welcome to Tammy Jeffrey as she transitions to be Nose Creek's principal in the fall.
Have a safe and happy summer break,
Cathy Shellenberg, Principal