Congratulations to Carlin silver medalists Callen, Jacob, and Jessica and the 26 grades 6 through 8 student mathletes who recently participated in the first annual District Math Olympics held May 16 at SMS. Over 50, three member teams, from across the District competed in math challenges such as problem solving – word problems, building challenges “build the tallest tower with spaghetti and tape”, skyscraper spatial awareness puzzles, and individual “written tests”.
Carlin Elementary Middle School sent 49 athletes from grades 1 through 7 to the District Little Mountain Stomp Cross County Run held May 10. Top finishers in their age groups included Lauren grade 7 – 2nd place, Ava grade 7- 3rd place, Jack grade 7 -7th place and Serena grade 1 -9th place. Congratulations to all athletes, you represented Carlin well and we are proud of your accomplishments. Thank you to the parent volunteers that helped out at the event and to our coaches Mrs. Wessely, Mrs. Colanna, & Ms. Langston.
Want to travel, learn about yourself and help others during Spring Break 2019? Check out this opportunity! If you are interested in taking part in this trip of a lifetime please contact organizers Lisa Coombs-Smith at (250) 546-8723 or Wendy Woodhurst at (250) 832-6031.
Did you know that in September of 2017 there was one classroom at Carlin with Smartboard technology? With the installation of a Smartboard April 20 in Ms. Bowlby’s class we now have 7! This is a significant investment of approximately $3000 for a Smartboard and its installation. All classrooms have projectors to support student learning and the plan is to continue with the addition of Smartboards next year. We would like to thank PAC for their significant assistance in supporting this most recent Smartboard and its installation.
The Carlin School Leadership group organized 4 Spirit Days the week of April 9-13. Students participated in hat day, crazy hair day, rainbow day, and jersey day.