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Practicing the 3 B’s was PBS committee’s message yesterday on the playground. Playing in your area, lining up properly, respecting other people’s space were important reminders for children in order to play safe on the playground. Thank you PBS committee for organizing the outside assemblies.
In support of the Janeway, students and teachers were sporting their PJ’s today. Money was also collected and donated to the Janeway Hospital Foundation.
Using QR Codes, a student is on a hunt to locate a special surprise. You an see the QR code taped to the chair just below the iPad. Neat! Using QR Code app generator, Ms. Holden (IRT and Guidance) created codes and then printed these email attachments. To read each code, the iPad app(in this case) scans the code into text. Both apps are free!
Did you know that QR codes originated with the automobile industry? Do you know what QR means?
Students at Holy Family Elementary School participated in an oratorical competition on Friday, March 10th. Here is how it was organized. Grade 4 students recited poetry while Grade 5 and Grade 6 students wrote persuasive essays. Students shared their speeches with classes to determine the top three finalists for each grade. Panels of judges selected these winners:
Thank you to all organizers.
Grade 6 Winners
Grade 5 Winners
Grade 4 Winners
First Place Winners for Grade 4, 5 and 6.
Ms. Gullage’s class finished making bird houses last week – colourful homes for many a curious creature.
As part of Mrs. Pottle’s Kindergartens on-going work with The LIttle Red Hen they were involved in the process of making break. They were then treated with a slice of homemade bread and butter afterwards. Yummy!!
Talent is what you think of when you look at the clay tiles created by Grade 5 students for the ArtsSmarts program. Our school walls continue to be an expression of our students’ many experiences and interests. Who knew that our Grade 5 students could create so vividly using clay! Mme Fudge along with the Grade 4 and Grade 5 teachers were instrumental in receiving funding for this special ArtsSmarts project.