Writing Day 2015!
Thank you to all students, parents, and staff from Canada Post for participating in Writing Day this year. Another huge success!!!
Playground is (re)opened!
Grade 5/6’s learning from Ms. Manzini how to waltz, polka, and line dance!
Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Emerick and Mme Maskell’s Sugar Skulls.
“People from diverse cultures and societies share some common experiences and aspects of life.”
Why do Canadians want to know about celebrations from different places in the world?
Why is it important to learn about how other people live?
Ms. Harwood, Mrs. Hartviksen, and Mrs. Pettingill’s classes have completed their “Peace Project”. Student’s learned about peace and they described what it meant to them through a piece of writing. Their work is beautifully displayed on the wall outside their classrooms.
Mrs. Bowden’s and Mr. Gordon’s Classes using the Maker Space and classrooms to build character models from a reading activity:
Kindergarten and Grade 1 students investigate what “Peace” means to them. #powerfullearning
Mrs. Bowden’s class receiving a package from the North Pole on December 1st…
Mme. Jacob’s class investigating the relationship between camping and the bears in our community.
Grade 2/3 French Immersion Students investigating “Community” as it relates to our local and global village!