The intermediate Boys Relay Team broke a new record at the East Smoky District Track Meet on May 24. L- Cody Larsen, Jackson White, Tristan Murphy and Gavin Rioch with a time of 4.14, almost two minutes faster then the … Read the rest
Let’s Talk Science, Outreach Program at the Fox Creek School on May 18 for students in kindergarten to grade five. The students were part of hands on learning and interacting, to encourage students to pursue a career in math and … Read the rest
The Fox Creek Municipal Library is inviting you to play Library Bingo.
Stop at the library for your Bingo card and play to win. A single line will win you a prize and a Blackout gives you an entry … Read the rest
Evacuation Procedure during School Hours
Parents please be advised of the following evacuation procedures for Fox Creek School
In the event of an evacuation order being issued during school hours, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.
All students will … Read the rest
Students, Teachers and Let’s Talk Science Gather to Recognize a Year of Working Together to Support Students’ Skills Development and Career Options
How do you design and build a catapult in 30 minutes using only cardboard, tape and straws to … Read the rest
Learing for Life. Together
Check out the video created for Education Week 2016 by Northern Gateway Public School Division
Community Conversations, on location at the Fox Creek Nordic Trail with NGPS Assistant Principal, Tamara Czinkota from the Fox Creek School … Read the rest
SemCAMS supports Fox Creek Playschool – Project Coordinator/Manager Stacy Hanlon (left) and KA Superintendent Wade Martineau (right) presented the Playschool President, Cheryl Hailes and Teacher, Kerri Hudson and kids a donation of $7500 for their program. Photo by Brandi Camilleri… Read the rest
“Life is way too short to not be happy!” said Mitch Dorge.
For the second time, Mitch Dorge visited the Fox Creek School to speak to students in grade 7-12. Sponsored by the Co-operators in Valleyview, the presentation was upbeat, … Read the rest
The King and Queen of the Creek; no crowns or fancy dresses, were Grade 10 student, Kelsey Richards and Grade 11 student, Tessa Mott (left).
Hear ye! Hear ye!
A traditional event, set aside on the last afternoon before the … Read the rest