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Monsignor Neville Anderson School has sure been a busy and exciting place lately. The kindergartens had a presentation by Constable Kovacs, they learned all about why the police are important. The grade 6's enjoyed a delicious breakfast as part of their retreat. The Grade 2's went to the Telus Spark center for a day of fun. The excitement continues with the storyteller that came to MNA for National Aboriginal Day, the Blackfoot stories she told were wonderful. We sure have some talented students here at MNA, the talent shares this year were amazing. The Walkathon this year was very successful, MNA students raised over $7000.00, great job everyone! Our year end mass was beautiful and gave us all a lot to reflect on over the summer months. And last but not least, today we had Play Day. Staff and students not only got to enjoy the weather, but were also able to play in a giant bouncy obstacle course, it doesn't get much better than that!

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The staff appreciation lunch today was great! Beautiful set up and delicious food! #sopretty #thankyou https://t.co/ZxT3CF6TfD

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Hello MNA Community! June 6th, 2017 is Bike to School Day. So gear up, put on your helmets, and jump on your bike. Let's get active!

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Get ready for the walk-a-thon next week! #walkathon #stayactive https://t.co/ZQslSeKCDS

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The past little while here at MNA has been fun and exciting. It's been hard to keep up with all of the activities going on here at school. Star Wars Day, Design Challenges in the LC, and in-line skating are just a few things that have been going on. There have also been some fantastic performances; one by the amazing Celtic Rathskallions who are a Celtic music group, and one by Quest Theater called "We are all Treaty People" and through drama they told us about the history of Aboriginals in Alberta. The grade 2 classes have been busy making Rosaries, and they had a great experience in the classroom with the "Ugh it's a bug" science program. Global news visited the grade 5/6 class, and MNA staff and student participated in Hats on for Mental Health Day. The Kindergarten classes also hosted a beautiful Marian Liturgy. Thank you so much to everyone who has helped to make these activities such a big success.

Let me hear what God the Lord will speak, for he will speak peace to his people. Surely his salvation is at hand for those who fear him, that his glory may dwell in our land. (Psalm 85:8ab-9) - Taken from the readings for the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Year A