Attendees wave as they pass by the Cruising Into Summer parade. Photos Elaina John The last day of school for Vermilion Elementary School (VES) students was Friday, June 19. Since VES was unable to have a conventional celebration for their students, the school organized a “Cruising Into Summer” reverse parade.
“It was just so nice for all of the staff to be able to see our students on their last day of online learning,” comments VES staff Janna McLaughlin, “It was a fun way
The Vermilion Elementary School hosted their Grade K - 2 Christmas Concert on December 18, and their Grade 3 - 5 Concert at the Lakeland College Alumni Theatre on December 19.
Children told jokes and song history between each song.
“Well if you weren’t in the Christmas spirit before, I’m sure you are now! What a wonderful job students, and a special thank you to Mrs. King for putting everything together. On behalf of the staff and students we would like to wish everyone a
Trina Waskewi performed the Women’s Traditional Dance at Vermilion Elementary School on June 1. Photos Angela Mouly Drum beats thundered through the gymnasium and colourful regalia circled the floor as the Vermilion Elementary School hosted an Indigenous Culture Day on June 1.
Honoured guests included the Treaty 6 Drum Group from Edmonton, and Dorcean Ryane along with the Pewasenakwan Primary School Dancers from Onion Lake. Kevin John emceed the event with drum leader, Quint
Students were elated to learn firsthand about aviation as they were hosted by members of the Vermilion River Flying Club (VRFC) at the Vermilion Airport on May 29.
The Vermilion Elementary School’s (VES) Grade 6 students had been studying a flight unit and seized the opportunity to enhance their knowledge during this visit.
VRFC member, Erwin Warkentin described pilot roles, and children asked what different parts of the aircraft were.
Warkentin said that at a minimum t