Agenda

November 30 (Friday)

  • No School Monday
  • English
  • Math 
  • Rare Rituals (ongoing)
    • Gather ideas to share. Keep in mind the goal to, “Demonstrate leadership skills through collaborative activities in the school and community.”

November 29 (Thursday)

November 28 (Wednesday)

November 27 (Tuesday)

November 26 (Monday)

  • English 
    • Book Jacket for Pizza Shop Story (Tuesday)
    • Sentences (Wednesday – end of class)
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Library (Thursday)
  • Skating (Friday)

November 23 (Friday)

  • Turn in your Agenda

November 22 (Thursday)

  • TRU Wolfpack School Day (Friday)
    • We will eat snacks before departing and return to school in time for lunch. As such, we are not going to/from the concessions and vending machines at the TCC.
  • English (Tuesday)
    • Book Jacket for Pizza Shop Story
  • Math (Thursday)

November 21 (Wednesday)

November 20 (Tuesday)

November 19 – Monday

November 16 – Friday

  • PE is outdoors next week!
    • The gym is being painted.
  • Math
  • TRU Wolfpack School Day (Friday)
  • English 
    • Pizza Shop Story (Wednesday)
    • Book Jacket for Pizza Shop Story (November 27)

November 15 – Thursday

November 14 – Wednesday

November 13 – Tuesday

November 9 – Friday

November 8 – Thursday

November 7 – Wednesday

November 6 – Tuesday

November 5 – Monday

November 2 – Friday

November 1 – Thursday

October 31 – Wednesday

October 30 – Tuesday

  • MSES Scares Hunger (Wednesday)
    • Bring a food donation if you can.
  • If you choose to wear a costume, remember that it must be appropriate for the school community and not include weapons or masks.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Visual Arts 
    • Accordion Drawing (Friday)
    • Remembrance Day – Royal Canada Legion Contest (November 9)
      • Or you can choose to write a poem about Remembrance Day. (at least 15 lines)

October 29 – Monday

  • ADST (ongoing)
    • Have your pencil case in class next week. You will need it for an annotated, self assessment. 
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Visual Arts 
    • Accordion Drawing (Friday)
    • Remembrance Day – Royal Canada Legion Contest (November 9)
      • Or you can choose to write a poem about Remembrance Day. (at least 15 lines)

October 26 – Friday

  • ADST (ongoing)
    • Have your pencil case in class next week. You will need it for an annotated, self assessment. 
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Visual Arts 

October 25 – Thursday

October 24 – Wednesday

October 23 – Tuesday

  • English (Wednesday)
    • From all of the characters we looked at, determine who will be the protagonist and antagonist in your story.
      • Consider the protagonist’s ‘normal’ life.
      • How does the antagonist introduce conflict?
      • What events happen and lead to the resolution?
  •  Math

October 22 – Monday

October 18  – Thursday

October 17 – Wednesday

October 16 – Tuesday

October 15 – Monday

October 12 – Friday

October 11 – Thursday

  • Salmon Run (Friday)
    • Dress for the weather…warm, dry feet make a difference.
    • Pack your snacks and lunches…we aren’t standing in concession lines all day.
      • You bring out ALL of the stuff you bring in!
  • French (lundi)
  • Math (Thursday)

October 10 – Wednesday

  • Photo Orders
    • Use your online access code to view and order your photos.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Library (Thursday)
  • Salmon Run (Friday)
    • Pack your snack and lunch. Plan for all types of weather…dry socks for the bus ride back to MSES is always nice!
  • French (lundi)

October 9 – Tuesday

October 5 – Friday

October 4 – Thursday

October 3 – Wednesday

October 2 – Tuesday

  • Salmon Run – Permission Form (ASAP)
  • Socktober Information
  • September Snapshots – (ASAP)
    • Return your signed snapshot.
  • Photo Day & Early Closure (Thursday)
    • 12:30 dismissal
    • Bring your loved ones to our classroom to see where you spend your school days and to meet Mr. Bell 13:00 – 16:00.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • English (Thursday)

October 1 – Monday

September 28 – Friday

  • September Snapshots (Monday)
    • Returnyour snapshot, signed by a parent/guardian.
  • ADST (Monday)
    • Bring in your old pair of pants (or other material) for your pencil case.
    • Let Mr. Bell know if you do not have access to materials.
  • Math (Thursday)

September 27 – Thursday

  • Orange Shirt Day (Friday)
  • ADST (Monday)
    • Bring in your old pair of pants (or other material) for your pencil case.
    • Let Mr. Bell know if you do not have access to materials.
  • Math (Thursday)

September 26 – Wednesday

September 25, 2018

  • Career Ed (end of class, Wednesday)
  • English (Wednesday)
    • Check Up (quiz) on Goof Ups #1-7
      • to/too/two
      • there/their/they’re
      • your/you’re/yore
      • threw/through/(thru)
      • where/wear/ware…we’re/weir…were
      • by/bye/buy
      • which/witch
  • ADST (ongoing)
    • Check to see if you have an old pair of pants you can bring for your pencil case project.
  • Math (Thursday)
  • Terry Fox Run (Thursday) 
  • Orange Shirt Day (Friday)

September 24, 2018

September 20 – Thursday

September 19 – Wednesday

September 18 – Tuesday

  • Current Events (Wednesday)
    • Complete your editorial comic related to The Plastic Problem…be sure to sign your name on the front of your work…that way viewers can appreciate your cleverness.
  • Health Ed (Thursday)
  • Math (Thursday)

September 17 – Monday

September 14 – Friday

  • Have a great weekend!
    • If you need some ‘work’ to do, add a stanza or two to your poem about weekends.
  • Forms (ongoing)
    • 75% of forms have been completed and returned – well done!

September 13 – Thursday

September 12 – Wednesday

  • Many thanks for completing and returning the paperwork!
    • Click here if you ask, “What paperwork?”
      • Remember, there is no agenda fee for Mr. Bell’s class, and that there are two sides to complete on some of the forms.
      • Verification Forms (contact info) must be signed and dated, then returned.
  • Health Ed (ready to share Thursday)
    • Imagine situations that might prompt your amygdala to signal danger. Try to think of one situation where the danger is real and one where the danger is not.

September 11 – Tuesday

  • Welcome Back Letter
  • Forms – Please complete and return in a timely manner. Thank you! Be aware that some of the pages have information on both sides.
    • Our class will not be using the agenda. Instead, we will make our own version. Do not include the $9 cost of the agenda in your child’s school supply ($44) & Young Peoples’ Concert ($15) payment.
    • Make any changes to the verification form by writing them on the paper. All verification forms must be signed and dated.
  • DPA – Complete and return the off grounds Permission Form

September 10 – Monday

  • Physical & Health Education
    • BOKS
      • Off Grounds Permission Form
      • Sign up for the study if you are interested.

September 7 – Friday

  • Daily Physical Activity – BOKS study
    • Parents/Caregivers will receive an email. Sign up if you want to be part of the anonymous study.

September 6 – Thursday

September 5 – Wednesday

  • BOKS – Off Grounds Permission Form
    • Fresh Air Friday #1 is tentatively scheduled for September 7…will you be part of the squad?

September 4 – Tuesday

  • BOKS – Off Grounds Permission Form
    • Get it signed and returned so that we can explore our neighbourhood.
  • Full Day Tomorrow
    • See you at 08:30!
    • Dress for movement indoors and outdoors.