Cardboard constructed art inspired by Picasso.
Pollution solutions designed to help clean up our beautiful planet.
Busy communities with trees, transportation, rivers and even the Calgary Tower
A musical instrument inspired by the concepts of percussion and creating pitch by using different volumes of water in small glass jars.
Annie Foote Canada 150 Project
Last spring, we decided to dream big and create an outdoor space that not only enhanced the outside play environment for our students, but celebrated Canada’s 150th birthday. On October 20th we celebrated its completion. We held an assembly that morning and highlighted what we created as a natural addition to the areas around our playgrounds.
- We have our very own aspen grove next to Temple Drive.
- Three buddy benches create a place for students to make new friends or gather with old ones.
- We also have a piece of the Rocky Mountains in the shape of a big “150”. The rocks are called Rundle rocks – a mountain near Banff and a school in Calgary are named after them. More Rundle rock has been used to create a pathway into our groves of trees on the east side of our Division One playground.
- In addition to the aspen grove with 11 Trembling Aspen trees, we have added 12 more trees to our growing forest including 3 Colorado Spruce, 3 Burr Oak and 6 Schubert Cherry Trees!
We are excited to be able to provide a more natural play environment for our students and community.