“Education Week” takes place at Crossroads School May 6-10 this year. Staff and students have been busy planning the Crossroads Block Party this family fun event will be from 5-7:30 p.m.
The Street Eats Venders will be open from 5-6 p.m. Hoping everyone can be ready for activities starting at 6 p.m.
The theme this year is “Full Steam ” ahead.
Making up the activities are Science and Technology, Engineering, Art and Music.
Activities of Lego will be offered with a “steam” focus.
Some activities will be open to everyone, and some will require pre-registration.
Once again Crossroads will showcase students' art in the gym, Foyer, and the Hallways. It is important to pre-register and participate as a family. Call the school for more information (486-3329).
Another event to take place at Crossroads during “Education Week” is the annual chess tournament, which is slated for Wednesday, May 8.
Schools from across the district have been invited. Age divisions are six and under, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, and 13-14. Mr. Hands is organizing this event.
Volunteers are needed to help out as arbiters (referees) and help run the day.
Canteen will run all day. Door prizes throughout the day. Contact Mr. Hands throughout the day at 486-3329 if interested.
This Friday (April 26) is a P.A. for students throughout the district.
This Friday night (April 26) the Emo Legion will host a “Country Jam.”
The Lions' Share Grocery Raffle was held earlier this month and the lucky winner of $5,200 in groceries was Mavis St. Hilaire. The second prize of $500 was won by Marina Gerber and while the third prize of $100 was won by Dale Ossachuk. Monies raised from Emo and District Lions will help build a play ground at the Devlin Ballpark.
You know why birds sing “so happily” in the morning?
Because they don't have to work!