Inglis Street School is Tweeting!

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Inglis Street Elementary School is now on Twitter!  Check out our latest tweets on our Twitter feed along the right hand side of our website.  You can even follow us on Twitter to keep up with the latest events happening at our great school!

Inglis Street School Supports World Vision

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Students at Inglis Street School in grades 3-6 recently raised $250 to support World Vision.  The students met to discuss how the funds would be spent.  They decided that they would purchase two hens and a rooster, a goat, an agricultural package to help 6 families, 3 soccer balls (because play is important) and to provide medicine for 90 children.  Thank you Ms. DeLory for organizing this wonderful gift!

Ms. Gordon’s 5/6 Holiday Art

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Ms. Gordon’s 5/6 class created stained glass window art to decorate the gym for the Holidays Concert.

Inglis Street School Receives a “Spark Brain Bike”!

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Our school recently received a wonderful gift!  Thanks to a generous donation, we now have a Spark Brain Bike!  According to Luke MacDonald, who brought the bike to us on behalf of HalTerm Limited, “The SparkBrainBikes are silent, stationary spin bikes designed to properly fit children between the ages of 7 and 12. It is hoped that the presence of a SparkBrainBike in a classroom will allow students who are struggling to concentrate to hone in on their strengths through the calming effects of independent cycling”.  Thanks to one of our wonderful grade two students who was walking by as the bike was being delivered.  He was happy to give it a spin!  

Thank you HalTerm Limited!  

The impacts of We Day spread to Inglis Street School!

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One of our grade six students, who recently attended We Day Halifax, was inspired to make a change in our world.  Through fundraising efforts, this student was able to make a donation through RBC Bank to “Free the Children”.  The funds collected will then be used to purchase a goat for a family in Africa, a gift that will not only make a difference for that family but for the community as well.  

Do You Want to Build a Snowman?

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Grade 2 students from Ms. Chesnutt’s class recently built snowmen with the help of our wonderful volunteer, Ms. Roache.  

We Day 2014

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Grade six students at Inglis Street School recently attended We Day Halifax along with thousands of other youth from around our city.  The students celebrated, during this event, the actions of young people and how they each have the potential to change the world!

Stuff-a-Bus Comes to Inglis Street School!

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The students of Inglis Street Elementary all gathered outside on Friday, December 5th as the C100 Stuff-a-Bus came to our school.  We all shouted “STUFF THAT BUS!” as our grade six students worked hard to bring the many bags of food items onto the bus.  All donations will be going to Feed Nova Scotia to help families in need over the holiday season.  Thank you to our wonderful students and parents who provided many items for donation!!

Inglis Street School Multicultural Event 2014

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Thank you to our wonderful families who came out to support our annual Multicultural Event.  The night was very successful and enjoyed by many.  Thank you to Darinka Kapor who did a wonderful job organizing this great event!

NOCTURNE 2014

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Thank you to our wonderful families who supported our Nocturne installation. A’ Fàs Ri Chèile was a huge success!!  We estimate that we had 1500 people come through our installation.  We could not have done it without your help!

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