in Egypt have been working on the 3,800 year old Pyramid of Giza which
was built in honour of the Pharoah Khufu. Despite working continuously
for many years, there were still parts of the structure that remain
unexplored. Until recently that is! One of those parts was just
discovered to be a third mortuary temple. It was always
believed that there were only two mortuary temples! So the scientists
carefully removed the stones which guarded the entrance and were
astonished to see a skeleton inside! The body was holding a Starbucks
cup and wearing a t-shirt with the words 'Go Hawks!' written on it!
Talk Science Challenge:
must be in by this Thursday - see Mrs. Jones for details.
family event at NSMS on Friday April 10th, 2015. Doors open at 6:00
pm, Bingo: 6:30 - 8:00. Tickets: $10.00 or $30.00/family of
four (Advance Sales). Concession with pizza! Proceeds to NSMS PAC
and Thursdays are $5.00 combos, Wednesdays $5.00 combo is Lasagna,
juice and brownie, volunteers are Sarah and Anna. Thursdays $5.00
chips, juice and a special Easter treat, volunteers are Steph and
Wednesday's new snack shack volunteers are,
lunch time.....Sarah Seymour, Alicia Pelkey, recess.... Carey
MacNamara and Kenna MacNamara
lunch today will be Div 2 vs Div 8.
to the Grade 6 rugby team who fought hard and made significant
improvements against a speedy Cedar Hill team. The team continues to
improve and will be ready to face Central and Landsdowne next week at
North Saanich. Go Hawks!
boys Rugby players please ask respectfully to be dismissed from block
4 at 2:40 today. Get changed and meet Mr. Greaves in his room
with Mouth guards and cleats in hand.
rugby team will practice today after school. There is a home
game tomorrow against Royal Oak.
dancers need to attend an important meeting Thursday (Tomorrow) at
lunch activity time re: important information for our Claremont
performance. Thanks - Mrs. Chambers