November Newsletter
Stay up to date with what has been happening at Mother Teresa Middle School (MTMS).
 MTMS Alumna Arrian Whitebear Soars to New Heights Through the Bold Eagle Program
We connected with MTMS Alumna, Arrian Whitebear, to talk about her experience in the Bold Eagle program, a training program that combines Indigenous culture and teachings with military training.
MTMS Update
National Gratitude Month
National Gratitude Month is celebrated every November. Gratitude is about putting our attention towards the positive rather than the negative. When we do that, we help improve our physical and mental well-being. Practicing daily gratitude gives us a deeper connection to ourselves, the world around us, and to our Creator.
November 4th was picture day at MTMS! We would like to extend our gratitude to Maurice Laprairie and Troy Fleece for sharing their time and talents in capturing inspiring photos of the students.
Remembrance Day
For Remembrance Day, students and staff gathered via Microsoft Teams for a Remembrance Day liturgy. The Grade 8 class then walked to the cemetery to lay down poppies beside graves of soldiers they had previously researched.
By the Numbers
Did you know that the two MTMS buses travel over 35,000 km a year?! The buses not only take students to and from school every day but also, to extracurricular activities, field trips, and eye, dental and auditory appointments.
Alumni Sharing Their Talents
MTMS alumni Prestyn and David joined by Mr. Whitestar, shared their talents by singing during a teepee raising at Miller Comprehensive High School on October 27th, 2021.
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Mother Teresa Middle School is proudly situated in Treaty 4 territory, the homeland of the Métis and the traditional territory of the Nêhiyawak / ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐊᐧᐠ /Cree, Nakawē / ᓇᐦᑲᐌ /Saulteaux, Nakota/Assiniboine, Lakota, Dakota and other Indigenous peoples.