Heather Goodall is the new principal at Mile 108 Elementary School and she says she is enjoying the experience.
Goodall, who commutes from Williams Lake on school days, was the vice-principal at Cataline Elementary School in that community before coming to Mile 108 Elementary.
“I love it down here. The kids are fabulous and the family support is also fabulous.”
She adds it has been a good transition and the staff has been very supportive.
“I think we’ll be doing some really good things this year.”
Goodall says the school’s recent book fair was a great success with the highlight being the Family Hockey Night on Oct. 22 when several members of the 100 Mile House Wranglers attended to participate in a number of events.
“It was good. The kids got autographs and pictures with the Wranglers and they played floor hockey with them.
“They were very good with the kids. It was nice to see that community support.”
Thanks go to Stephanie Neraasen for organizing the Safe Arrival program this year.
All of the parents who are coming in the morning to volunteer their time for program are also thanked.
Parents are reminded to call the school if their children will be absent for any reason.
The Farm to School lunch program has started and everyone is thoroughly enjoying the offerings. The many volunteer parents who are helping out are very much appreciated. If you have some time to spare on Wednesdays, please call the office and your name will be passed on to the co-ordinator.
The school will be holding its Winter Bazaar (free admission) on Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be crafts, collectables, treasures and gifts, a concession, music, raffle baskets and Santa Claus will be making an appearance. Vendor space and (limited) table rentals are available for $10.
Call Erin Hilstad at 250-791-5682 to rent a table or for more information.