|Stars of the Week|
Over the Easter holidays, Caylie Blake participated in a figure skating seminar in St. John’s. Caylie also participated in a seminar in Corner Brook along with Kennedi Boland, Olivia Park, and Bethany Whelan.
Congratulations to Makayla Ianni, who was a winner in the Corner Brook Plaza’s 2012 Easter Coloring Contest.
From The Classrooms
The junior kindergartens are learning about recycling and what materials they can recycle. They are also learning how to make kites and necklaces.
Ms. Wight’s kindergarten French Immersion class had a GREAT Easter break! They’re now back to school, ready again to start learning more French! They are learning new French words that start with the letter “R” and their five new sight words for the week.
Ms. Dwyer’s kindergarten class is doing their last letter, “Z”, in their printing workbooks. They are making some wooden book marks as well as doing lots of other spring activities. They are learning about the water cycle and are having fun with adding as well.
Ms. Morrall’s kindergarten class is excited to see that the spring weather has arrived! They are learning about 3D shapes in Math and the letter “Z” in Language. The class wants to thank Adam’s daddy, Jeff, “Tic-Tac”, for taking the time off to teach them about beavers.
Ms. Perez-Diaz’s grade one French Immersion class is learning about 3D geometric solids in Math. They planted tomato seeds on Monday, and they are ready to record the growth in Science. They are also drawing portraits in Art and are learning about vegetables.
Mrs. George’s Grade one English class is learning about sorting and copying 3-D objects in Math. In Religion class, they are celebrating the new life in Easter and in Nature.
Ms. Park’s grade two class is writing letters to their pen-pals in Winnipeg. They are going to learn how to write 2-digit numbers.
Ms. Bennett’s grade three and four class is excited to be back from Easter break. The grade 4’s participated in the Heritage Fair on Thursday. The grades three’s are starting measurement in math.
Ms. Williams’ grade five and six class had their DARE graduation on Wednesday. They celebrated “Favourite Activity Day” and brought in their favourite collections to share with the class. On Thursday the students participated in the school Heritage Fair.
Mr. Hancock’s junior high and level one class is busy working on their speeches for the junior high speak off next Tuesday. They are excited about the Québec trip at the end of this month.