|Stars of the Week|
At the YBC’s Annual Awards Banquet, Beth Arsenault received the High Single Award, High Double Award, Most Improved Bowler of the Year Award, and the Bowler of the Year Award! Congratulations Beth!
Congratulations to Abigail Tiller who won a gold medal for bowling!
At the City of Corner Brook’s Excellence Community Achievement Awards, our school was the recipient of the Green Learning Award.
Congratulations to all the performers in “The Wizard of Oz” for their excellent performance!
From The Classrooms
The junior kindergartens are busy planting seeds and doing spring activities.
Mlle. Wight’s kindergarten French Immersion class have been busy practicing for “The Wizard of Oz” play. They are looking forward to the long weekend, hoping that they will have nice weather. They are excited to find out that because of all the test drivers for the Ford Drive 4UR School event last Saturday, they will be getting a pizza party!
Emily and Kelsey, students from Ms. Dwyer’s kindergarten class, saw a whale on their way to school Monday. Their class went across the street to the church to look out the bay for the whale, but they didn’t see it. Ms. Dwyer’s class is excited to perform in our musical. They have practiced their subtraction and are becoming fabulous subtracters!
Ms. Morrall’s kindergarten class had a very busy week practicing and performing our school play. They learned about the blend “st” in Language class, and are adding with Math manipulatives. They hope everyone has a safe and happy long weekend.
Mme. Perez-Diaz’s grade one French Immersion class is learning the names of animals in French and is drawing and describing them. They went for a walk to find shapes in their environment and found many circles, squares, rectangles, and triangles. They’ve been busy rehearsing for our play.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class started their last unit in Math. They just finished their last spelling test for the year. They celebrated World Catholic Day by writing an acrostic poem and making cards for Bishop Hundt and Monsignor Gale.
Ms. Park’s grade two class is learning the letters “V” and “X” in handwriting.
Ms. Bennett’s grade three and four class really enjoyed performing “The Wizard of Oz” this week. They are getting ready to do some research in social studies on rivers, oceans, mountains, and islands!
Ms. Williams’ grade five and six class really enjoyed painting rainbows as decorations for our play. In Language Arts, they are studying author, Roald Dahl.
Mr. Hancock’s junior high and level one class worked hard rehearsing for our play and had fun performing and helping to set up the stage.