Sep 16
All Girls Robotics Team!?

During this week, we had lots of sport tryouts and the various sport teams are taking shape. Our Robotics team already attended the kick-off to their season at Telus Sparks last Saturday. I was lucky enough to be there in person to see so many excited students. I am especially proud that SPB will be entering an All-Girls Robotics Team to the competition. As far as I know this will be the only ALL-GIRLS middle school team in the province, definitely in Calgary. Our mixed team already has some sponsors but I was wondering if you have connections to any company or entrepreneur who would be proud to sponsor our all female team (including coaches). If this catches your interest – please contact me directly.  

This Thursday, we look forward to welcoming you to SBP in person for our Meet the Teacher Night. This evening will be an opportunity for you to meet your child's teachers. This is NOT a formal parent-teacher conference for which you need to book an appointment. If you haven't done so, please state your preference (online or in person) in this questionnaire: You will receive more details about the evening on Monday. ​

Sr. Ludwigsen


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