News & Updates
Last week, Southpointe Academy organized a “Pick-Up & Go” event to support their youngest learners (K-5) with online learning, which has now entered its third week. The Junior School parents were invited to pick-up care packages, filled with school supplies, science experiment materials, personal messages from teachers, notebooks, inquiry journals, musical instruments, and crafting tools, among many other items all put together by the teachers.
I am writing in response to today’s announcement from the Minister of Education, Rob Fleming that all in-classroom instruction is suspended until further notice. This means that Southpointe will not hold classes in its building until the government declares it is safe to resume in-classroom learning.
Demonstrating Southpointe’s values, our students participated in their first Kids’ Lit Quiz competition finishing 9th out of 37 teams.
My art is inspired by people and objects around me. Recently, I've discovered how digital art can transform pieces into a more malleable product by providing tools, like smooth lines that I would never create on paper
Our Junior School students took wonderful action by creating over 200 angels that were distributed to businesses around Delta. More angels will be found on our Southpointe Christmas tree, which will be placed in the Foyer the week of November 25.
Lunch will be extended to run from 11:25am-12:25pm. This will allow Grades 6-10 to eat from 11:25am-11:50am, and Grades 2-5, joined by Grades 11-12, to eat from 12:00pm-12:25pm. Lunch for Kindergarten and Grade 1 is prepared by Sage and served in the classrooms from 12:00pm-12:25pm.