Agenda

Friday – November 17

Thursday – November 16

Wednesday – November 15

Tuesday – November 14

Friday – November 10

Thursday – November 9

  • Remembrance Day Assembly (Friday)
    • Starts at 10:45. Guests are welcome to join us.
    • Poppies will be provided. Donations to the Poppy Fund are always welcome.
  •  Math
    • Problems of the Week (Thursday)
    • Ensure your results/feedback page is up to date. Your Problems of the Week folder will be collected next Thursday. Scroll to September 21 to find the first set of problems.

Wednesday – November 8

  • Newsletter
  • Photo Proofs
    • If you are NOT ordering online, orders must be returned to school by November 16 (Thursday).
  • Math

Tuesday – November 7

Monday – November 6

  • Fine Arts (Wednesday)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.
  • Math

Friday – November 3

  • Clocks fall back this weekend…
  • 20% Reflection (OVERDUE)
    • Return your signed form.
  • Math
    • Integer Football (Monday)
      • ‘Play’ your game with people at home…get feedback…make improvements.
    • Problems of the Week (Thursday)
  • Fine Arts (Wednesday)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Thursday – November 2

  • Dry footwear is expected…bring yours!
  • Library (Friday)
  • 20% Reflection (Friday)
    • Return your signed form.
  • Math
    • Integer Football (Monday)
      • ‘Play’ your game with people at home…get feedback…make improvements.
    • Problems of the Week (Thursday)
  • Fine Arts (Wednesday)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Wednesday – November 1

  • 20% Reflection
    • Share your progress self-report with a parent/guardian. Return it to school (signed) by week’s end.
  •  Math
  • ADST (Friday)
    • Complete your design for an engaging placemat aimed at informing and entertaining you and your peers.
  • Fine Arts (November 8)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Tuesday – October 31

  • Health Education (Wednesday – end of day)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds. Click here for the assessment/feedback page.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).
  •  Math
  • ADST (Friday)
    • Complete your design for an engaging placemat aimed at informing and entertaining you and your peers.
  • Fine Arts (November 8)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Monday – October 30

  • Monster Mash & We Scare Hunger (Tuesday)
    • If possible, bring a non-perishable food donation for the Kamloops Food Bank.
  • Health Education (Wednesday – end of day)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).
  •  Math
  • ADST (Friday)
    • Complete your design for an engaging placemat aimed at informing and entertaining you and your peers.
  • Fine Arts (November 8)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Friday – October 27

  • Health Education (Wednesday – end of day)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).
  •  Math
  • ADST (Friday)
    • Complete your design for an engaging placemat aimed at informing and entertaining you and your peers.
  • Fine Arts (November 8)
    • Remembrance Day artwork to display at our assembly. (Optional: to enter in the Royal Canadian Legion poster contest)
      • Black and White OR Colour
      • Reflects remembrance with a Canadian theme.

Thursday – October 26

  • Library (Friday)
    • Return…renew…read on!
  • Français (vendredi)
    • Give directions from four different starting points to four different end points in our school.
  • Health Education (Wednesday – end of day)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).
  •  Math
  • ADST (November 3)
    • Complete your design for an engaging placemat aimed at informing and entertaining you and your peers.

Wednesday – October 25

  • Photo Day (Thursday)
    • We will postpone DPA until after photos.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Français (vendredi)
    • Give directions from four different starting points to four different end points in our school.
  • Health Education (Wednesdsay – end of day)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).

Tuesday – October 24

  • Homeworktalk (Tonight)
  • Français (mercredi)
    • Write the directions to three flags.
      • Useful phrases include: tourne à droite, tourne à gauche, va tout droit, on continue, on arrête.
      • You may begin at the starting point and take three different routes, or you may take one route that arrives at three different flags.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Health Education (ongoing)
    • Create an informative and engaging 30 second public service announcement (and visual) with any of the information on pages 6 and 7 in Youth Skills for Life.
      • Your audience is grade 4-7 students.
        • They will be viewing and listening more than reading…you only have 30 seconds.
      • We will be using Screencastify and Google (Docs, Slides or Drawings).

Monday – October 23

Thursday – October 19

Wednesday – October 18

  • Career Ed. – ‘Hometalk’
    • Share your ‘home goal’ with people at home. When people know you are trying to accomplish something, they can support you.
  • Français (jeudi)
  •  Science
  • Math
  • English (Thursday)
    • Post your Remembrance Day (quatrain) poem to our slide deck.

Tuesday – October 17

  • Health Education (Wednesday) – Homework Hometalk
    • If you knew that you’d wouldn’t fail or feel embarrassed, what things would you try?
  • Science
  • Math
  • English (Thursday)
    • Post your Remembrance Day (quatrain) poem to our slide deck.

Monday – October 16

Friday – October 13

  • Playground Ribbon Cutting Ceremony (Saturday)
    • 16:00-18:30
    • Free BBQ and lots of play.
    • Please RSVP on the event page posted to the school Facebook page.
  • English (Monday)
    • Poetry – Write your fourth and fifth quatrains for your Remembrance Day poem.
  • Science
  • Math

Thursday – October 12

  • Permission Form – YPC
    • Thank you for signing and returning this permission form by Monday.
  • Library (Friday)
    • Return/Renew…Read on!
  • English (Friday)
    • Poetry – Write your third of five quatrains for your Remembrance Day poem.
  • Science (Friday)
  • Math

Wednesday – October 11

  • English (Thursday)
    • Poetry – Write your second of five quatrains for your Remembrance Day poem.
  • Math

Tuesday – October 10

Friday – October 6

Thursday – October 5

Wednesday – October 4

  • Math
    • 4 Fours – Using order of operations and 4 fours, write equations that equal 0 through 30. (Thursday)
    • Problems of the Week (Thursday)

Tuesday – October 3

Monday – October 2

Friday – September 29

Thursday – September 28

Wednesday – September 27

  • Math
  • Driverless Cars
    • Brilliant & Convincing Paragraph (Friday)
      • Share your writing with someone beyond our classroom…get feedback.
  • Orange Shirt Day (Friday)
  • Terry Fox Run (Friday)
    • Thank you if you can donate a ‘Twoonie for Terry’!

Tuesday – September 26

  • Driverless Cars
  • Early Closure (Wednesday)
    • Students are dismissed at 12:30.
    • Mr. Bell’s class welcomes you to an open house from 13:00 to 16:00:
      • Meet Mr. Bell, other parents and learners.
      • See some of the learning activities.
      • Ask questions. Share ideas.
      • Set up an individual meeting time to discuss significant needs and issues.
  • Physical & Health Education (Wednesday)
    • 30 Things
      • Complete your visual representation of the ideas in your list of things that make you smile.
  • Math
  • Orange Shirt Day (Friday)
  • Terry Fox Run (Friday)
    • Thank you if you can donate a ‘Twoonie for Terry’!

Monday – September 25

  • Driverless Cars (Tuesday)
  • Legendary Locker – Now What? (ongoing)
    • Decide if you are improving your writing. Meet with Mr. Bell to share your revisions and your grade will be reevaluated.
  • Early Closure (Wednesday)
    • Students are dismissed at 12:30.
    • Mr. Bell’s class welcomes you to an open house from 13:00 to 16:00:
      • Meet Mr. Bell, other parents and learners.
      • See some of the learning activities.
      • Ask questions. Share ideas.
      • Set up an individual meeting time to discuss significant needs and issues.
  • Physical & Health Education (Wednesday)
    • 30 Things
      • Complete your visual representation of the ideas in your list of things that make you smile.
  • Math

Thursday – September 21

  • No School Tomorrow
  • Forms (Part II)
    • There are many forms to complete and return: media release (purple), technology use (yellow), Google Apps For Education (blue).
      • Thank you for your efforts to complete and return by Monday, September 25.
  • Early Closure (Wednesday)
    • Students are dismissed at 12:30.
    • Mr. Bell’s class welcomes you to an open house from 13:00 to 16:00:
      • Meet Mr. Bell, other parents and learners.
      • See some of the learning activities.
      • Ask questions. Share ideas.
      • Set up an individual meeting time to discuss significant needs and issues.
  • Physical & Health Education (September 27)
    • 30 Things
      • Complete your visual representation of the ideas in your list of things that make you smile.
  •  Math

Wednesday – September 20

  • Forms (Part II)
    • There are many forms to complete and return: media release (purple), technology use (yellow), Google Apps For Education (blue).
      • Thank you for your efforts to complete and return by Monday, September 25.
  • Family Math Nights Information Card
    • October 4, 11 and 18 in the MSES library 18:00-19:00
    • FREE
  • Locker Legend (Thursday)
  •  Math
  • Physical & Health Education (September 27)
    • 30 Things
      • Complete your visual representation of the ideas in your list of things that make you smile.

Tuesday – September 19

  • Physical & Health Education (Wednesday)
    • List 30 things that make you smile. If you are stuck, consider all of your senses…
  • Locker Legend (Thursday)
    • Try to access your Google account at home.
      • username = firstname.lastname@gedu.sd73.bc.ca
      • password = whatever you used to login in class today
    • Share your Locker Legend story with a parent/guardian/sibling.
    • Ask for some feedback aimed to make your writing even more interesting and impactful.
    • Continue your artwork and writing
  •  Math

Monday – September 18

  • Locker Legend (Thursday)
    • Try to access your Google account at home.
      • username = firstname.lastname@gedu.sd73.bc.ca
      • password = whatever you used to login in class today
    • Share your Locker Legend story with a parent/guardian/sibling.
    • Ask for some feedback aimed to make your writing even more interesting and impactful.
    • Continue your artwork and writing.
  • Math
  • DPA – You will be inside and outside for DPA this week. Dress accordingly.

Friday – September 15

  • Math
  • DPA – You will be inside and outside for DPA next week. Dress accordingly.

Thursday – September 14

Wednesday – September 13

Tuesday – September 12

  • Paperwork & Forms
    • Thank you for getting papers back to school this week!
  • Driving Driverless Innovation (Wednesday)
    • Discuss with family the changes (culture, landscape, rules) that will happen with the increased usage of driverless cars? Be ready to share the ideas from others.
    • Identify opportunities resulting from theses changes.
  • Math – Problem of the Week (Thursday)

Monday – September 11

  • One Thing
    • What is one specific thing you want to improve this school year?
  • Paperwork and Forms
    • Agreed, there are many forms going home this week. Please complete and return the papers in a timely manner. Thank you!
    • Each child has a VERIFICATION FORM containing specific contact information. Please review and update the form as needed. A parent or guardian must sign and date this form before returning it to school.
  • Books & Snacks
    • Until library visits begin later this week, bring a book you want to read (if the ones in class are not to your liking).
  • Math – Problem of the Week (Thursday)