Calendar Of Events
2018-19 School Calendar
The Application Process for the 2015-16 School year begins this week! Our current families that are already enrolled in one of our programs have priority. We are excited this year to launch our new secure online application process. You will receive an email with the required information, including the Online Application Form and the Tuition & Fee Schedule links. In the email it will also include the instructions you will need to complete your application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office for support. New families will be able to apply beginning on February 2, so please submit your forms and payment prior to that date.
Artist in the School - January 26-30:
During the week of January 26-30, we will be having an Artist in the School. His name is Randy Guest and he specializes in film and video. While he is here at the school, he will work with each classroom several times to complete a short production. The workshop will teach filmmaking principles at a grassroots level designed to help students think like filmmakers, and to creatively see the world through the frame. Students will learn the various ways the camera can be used to speak for them and how their relationship with it can go far beyond point and shoot. Elements such as composition, shots, angles, “cheating”, crew positions and on-set dynamics will be applied in the creation of a short product written, directed, shot, and acted by the students. There are a variety of genres and subjects, including music video, short dramatic scenes, documentary, mocumentary, or school promotional video, that the classes may work with. The overall objective is to teach students that filmmaking is an organic process with the imagination being the primary tool. We look forward to exciting week!
On January 27 at 9:30 am, Prairie Theatre Exchange will be at BSLS, with Munsch Upon a Time. The performance will bring the indelible and charismatic characters of Robert Munsch to vibrant life on the stage. The books will come to life on stage with the help of Professor Pim's time machine which zips back and forth 40 years -- all with lots of high-octane energy and loads of laughs. You’ll see three classic stories from Canada’s most beloved children’s author – The Paper Bag Princess, The Fire Station & David’s Father – plus new favourites, Give Me Back My Dad! and It’s My Room!, all presented with the larger-than-life, kid-friendly entertainment. If you know of anyone who would be interested in attending this performance at the school, please have them RSVP to Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204-984-9600 ext. 4.