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Blog: Monday, December 10th, 2018

Special Interest Day at Eugene Reimer

A goal in middle school is to expose students to new programs and new experiences throughout their middle years experience. For the 3rd year in a row Eugene Reimer Middle School has offered three Special Interest days. Here all teachers offer sessions that they are passionate about. From sports to arts, technology to hobbies, we were able to offer 24 sessions during our last Special Interest Day. Last month, November 2nd was our first “choose your own adventure” day at Eugene Reimer middle school. Special Interest day helps to expose students to experiences that are typically beyond the scope of your average, every day class room.  It also allows staff to meet other students in the school that they would not usually work with. These Special Interest days are a highlight for students and staff alike.

Students choose from the following options on November 2nd:Digital Photography, Rural Ravens Leadership Program, Girls Rugby (In class and outside sessions), Coding, Reading Buddies @ Harry Sayers Elementary, Learning How to Make an iMovie, Escape Room (off-campus field trip), Soccer, STEM Activity: Learning How to Build a Robotic Bug, Floor Hockey, Cooking: Chocolate Chip Coconut Cookies, Swimming at MRC, Football, Basketball, BreakoutEDU, Knitting, Rock Painting, Golfing: Lessons and Playing Valley Golf, Henna Tattoos, Asian Cooking: Stir Fry, 3D Cartooning, Advanced Inkscape (Laser Cutter), Conversational Punjabit for Beginners, Learning How to Play to Dohl.

 If you have any questions about our Special Interest Day or would like to see it in action please contact Ian Levings or Nick Cochrane at Eugene Reimer Middle School.

Nicholas Cochrane, Vice Principal