My Sneak Peak Tour of Griffiths Scott Middle School

Pipestone Flyer

 

 

          As the summer comes to an end the doors to our new school will soon open. Well for me I got a sneak peak of the inside of the new school. Since I seen the school ahead of time here are the details in short.

 

         As I walked through the doors of the school the first thing that caught my eye was the sky scraper, high ceiling. But if you were to look down instead of up you would have seen the beautiful floor. The floor was very colourful and vibrant. There was a tree shape in between the colors. The branches of the tree went part way down the hallway and so did the colors that started at the front doors. looking further down the hallway after the branches and colors disappeared behind you, you would see bright, green leaves going down the hallway floor as if the tree was losing leaves down the hallway, it was very neat. 

When I went down to the elementary part of the school and walked into one of their classrooms, the first thing I noticed were the red wood topped and green bottomed desks with a green chair to go with them. At the opposite end of the hallway was the junior high end of the school. As I walked through all the classrooms there was one classroom that I thought was really nice. It had a door to go outside and just outside the door there was concrete pad. This outside area would be used for kids to go out and do their art outside in the fresh air in the better weather. So now I am sure you know which room I am talking about and if you don’t it was the art room. I thought it was a nifty idea to have a place for students to go outside and do art. 

One of the things that made me upset was when I found that we would not have a gym inside the school till October because that was the one thing in the whole school the construction workers did not have time to finish in time for school. Also to think about it, I am also kind of sad to think of all the memories the old school held inside of it and now that it is gone the memories will fade away but hopefully this new school will hold even more great memories to replace the old ones.

My first glimpse of the new Griffiths Scott school was very rewarding, I’m so impressed with the drastic improvement. Compared to our old school we will be learning in luxury. I hope everyone else enjoys their first peek through the doors as much as I did, and I cant wait to enter for a second time to kick off the school year!

Just Posted

Wetaskiwin RCMP check over 2,000 cars this summer

Wetaskiwin RCMP effect numerous arrests and seizures during Enhanced Enforcement shifts

Four African American men rob cell phone store in Leduc

Employee sustains minor injuries say Leduc RCMP

Ermineskin men learning trade through innovative program

Pre-Employment Supports introduces carpentry to eight Maskwacis men

Ponoka man facing almost 100 charges in relation to tip from public

Christian Singer, 32, facing dozens and dozens of charges

Ice cream day at train museum

The Alberta Central Railway Museum offered free ice cream Aug. 5. Photo by Stu Salkeld

Pride in the Park takes over Bower Ponds

Central Alberta Pride week continues in Red Deer

Red Deer RCMP seek public assistance to locate Bruce Redhead

There is concern that he may have lost his way

Gun used in Fredericton killings is legal, man had licence

Police Chief Leanne Fitch said the long gun is commonly available for purchase, and is not a prohibited or restricted weapon

Ontario will sell pot online when legalization comes in the fall

There are further plans to have pot in private retail stores in early 2019

Will Idris Elba be the first black James Bond?

The British actor is fueling speculation on Twitter

Cooler weather helps crews fight Southern California wildfire

The Holy Fire has destroyed 16 structures in the Cleveland National Forest

One trillion litres of sewage leaked into lakes and rivers over last five years

Toronto, like the vast majority of Canadian cities, doesn’t monitor real-time data of sewage leaks into lakes, rivers or oceans.

Friendly tone belied desperate acts of Seattle plane thief

Investigators working to find out how an airline employee stole the plane Friday and crashed it after being chased by military jets.

Charlottesville anniversary: Peaceful protests, few arrests

The events held in both Charlottesville and Washington, largely peaceful though tense at times, were part of a day of speeches, vigils and marches marking one year.

Most Read