It’s Bus Driver Appreciation Day! This day is set aside every year to recognize the safe and caring efforts of school bus drivers in transporting students to and from our school each day. Thank you to all school bus drivers for the challenging work of bringing students to school safely, on time and ready to… Read more »
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The Leduc Recreation Centre is hosting a virtual eSports tournament on March 12-14th. Registration is FREE for all youth aged 8-17 years old that are City of Leduc or Leduc County residents. For more information – check out leduc.unitinggamers.com
Black History Month is an opportunity for all Canadians to learn about the many contributions that Black Canadians and their communities have made to this country. This year’s theme for Black History Month is “The Future is Now”, a call to action for us all to build on the legacy of those who came before… Read more »
With the weather cooling off, now is a great opportunity to ensure that your grade 8 & 9 students have signed up for their LRC Membership! Exercise releases endorphins, which are natural chemicals in your body that create feelings of happiness. Studies have shown that the health benefits of exercise in teens can significantly improve… Read more »
Check out the LRC’s Facebook page for upcoming program events! https://www.facebook.com/leducrecreationcentre/ They also have a booklet of fun ideas of things to do at home available at https://www.leduc.ca/looking-things-do-home Coming up this week: WEDNESDAY, May 20 at 10 a.m. Jellyfish Bracelets With Teacher Janice What do you need: embroidery floss, scissors, stiff cardboard (e.g. cereal box, index card), packing… Read more »
CES hopes you are taking care of your mental health during this challenging time We have more live webinars and some new resources to help you navigate Covid-19 and life in general Check out their website for more information: Community Education Services Reminder! If you missed our webinars, you can access them, and other previously… Read more »
Drop your Teen off at the LRC for a fun night of swimming, sports & lots more!!!
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Our Black Gold School Division Mental Health Capacity Building Program (MHCB) team, funded by Alberta Health Services, is at it again..delivering great programs to our school communities! Next up, Robina Baker Elementary School‘s Passport to Family Wellness event. Stay tuned after the event on the 29th for a full update from our MHCB team!