The Interlake School Division (ISD) is pleased to offer our school communities a confidential well-being support line to help manage during the COVID-19 pandemic and the suspension of classroom learning. This support line is available to parents, caregivers, staff and, of course, our students. See the following poster for information:
Rosser visited the Winnipeg Art Gallery on February 26, 2020. The trip was made possible by an Interlake Arts Grant. Students learned about Inuit art and took part in a print making workshop.
Jenn Fossay from Warren Collegiate visited Rosser School to read her book about how plastics can harm our watersheds/environment. Thanks for the bamboo toothbrushes! They are a good alternative to the plastic toothbrushes that are used and disposed of. This was a ‘Caring for Watersheds’ project that Jenn was completing.
On Friday November 22, Rosser School visited Grosse Isle school for a November Number themed community building afternoon. Students were in mixed groupings and participated in many numeracy themed stations. Students took part in problem solving, games, active math, artsy math and an escape room. Thanks to Grosse Isle School for hosting a fun afternoon!
On November 7th, 2019 Capt James Miller joined Rosser School for a presentation for Veterans Week. The students were able to engage in the presentation and ask many questions.
Rosser School enrolled in MMSM Bag Up Manitoba, a program of Take Pride Winnipeg. Since the fall of 2008, elementary schools in Manitoba have collected nearly ten million plastic bags for recycling into free Frisbees, bird houses, planter boxes, bird feeders and benches for their schools. This year Rosser School students collected and counted 23596 bags! WOW!! The goal of this challenge is to teach students to do more to reduce their waste and consider reusing, recycling and remanufacturing options. Students are… Read More
On October 10th, 2019 the students at Rosser School had perfect snowman making conditions. Lots of fun was had with the freshly falling snow. A reminder that warm and protective winter clothing is important for students to have, even in October!
On Monday September 23, 2019 the Rosser Fire Department came to Rosser School. The students enjoyed the interactive presentation in learning about fire fighters and fire safety. Highlights included trying on firefighter gear, climbing on the fire trucks and reviving bags with fire safety materials.
On Septmeber 20th, 2019 Rosser School hosted it’s annual Terry Fox Run. It was a very rainy and stormy day, but the weather calmed so the students could head outside to do their run around the hard top. Last week the students set a goal of $500 dollars. Students brought in nickles and dimes to school on Monday, quarters on the Wednesday and toonies/loonies on Friday. The students raised $619.70!
Changes have occurred at Rosser School. The following are a few up the improvements made over the summer: New doors on cupboards in all classrooms: New furniture in classrooms: Hallways de-cluttered and painted: Shelves and hooks were removed from the Gym/MPR: New Lockers in the MPR room: New garbage and recycling bins for the outdoor classroom and entrance way: New TV to showcase student work and school pictures: