|Stars of the Week|
Congratulations to Jenna Cammie, who won our Recycling Contest.
Congratulations to Claire Reynolds, who won our first annual Junior High Speak-Off.
From The Classrooms
Ms. Wight’s kindergarten French Immersion class is busy with lots of Earth Day activities this week. They are learning new French words that start with the letter “S”.
On Earth Day, Ms. Dwyer’s kindergarten class made a robot picture out of all the garbage that they had collected. They also made Earth Day Resolutions and did some spring crosswords. The kindergarten students are so excited that they won the recycling contest and they chose swimming as their prize.
Ms. Morrall’s kindergarten class is learning about diagrams in Language class, and this week, their diagram is “ch”. They are also having lots of fun doing Earth Day activities. Abigail, Max, and Andrew will have more tooth fairy visits as they are losing teeth “left, right, and center”.
Ms. Perez-Diaz’s grade one French Immersion class is talking about how maple syrup is made and they are also watching their plants grow. As well, the students are doing an author study on Robert Munsch.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is talking about all the ways you can take care of the earth and they are planting seeds. They also had a visit from the Nurse who spoke about caring for our teeth.
Ms. Park’s grade two class is learning about dinosaurs. For Earth Day, they made robots using leftovers, such as scrap material.
Ms. Bennett’s grade three and four class celebrated Earth Day by playing a game of “Eco-Jeopardy”! Some of the questions were tricky, but the class sure learned a lot about climate change, wildlife, energy, water, and land use! The students had a Social Studies test on Wednesday. They are excited about their upcoming Wildlife field trip next week!
Ms. Williams’ grade five and six class is busy working on writing essays. The grade five students are writing about what person or charity they would give to if they had one hundred dollars. The grade six students are preparing essays for the grade six “Mayor For A Day” contest. In this contest, students will write to our Mayor, Neville Greeley, telling him what they would do if they were given the opportunity to be Mayor of Corner Brook.
Mr. Hancock’s junior high and level one class went to the Speak-Off on Tuesday and is now filming in Enrichment.