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Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Wonderful Wednesday!!

Attention all parents and students: We are having our Spring Fundraiser to raise funds to support our Science and Physical Education Program! There will be a variety of exciting EVENTS with a number of amazing PRIZES for students to win through their participation!

Some of the big events to make note of for NEXT week are:

April 18th: Casual Day

April 19th: Pancake Breakfast

April 21st: Sundae Fun Day!

April 22: SJA Dance Party with Delicious Treats!!!

Please read over the package that went home today and return the forms and money by tomorrow. What an exciting upcoming week!!


A Pledge form went home in efforts to renovate the school’s science lab and PE program. We kindly ask that all donations be turned in by Thursday, April 28th, 2016. All students who collect a minimum donation amount of $35.00 will be treated to a bowling party on April 29th!

Prizes can also be won for students who raise money! Grand prizes include a movie and pizza party; this is for the class that raises the most money!

We began the day writing our homework in our agendas and then continuing our letters to our pen pals in Illinois.

We then had physical education with Mr. Slyk.

When students returned, we dove into our new math unit: Linear Measurement, Area and Perimeter. We began with a discussion about standard and non-standard units. Nonstandard units of measure are objects such as erasers, paper clips, or toothpicks, that are not typically used to find length. Standard units of measurement: we usually use to measure the weight, length or capacity of objects using tools like rulers or meter sticks. The standard units that will be discussed during this unit are centimeters and meters. Today we focused on using non-standard units of measurement. We used paperclips, erasers, and pencils to measure objects of our choice. We noticed that we needed more paper clips when measuring (because they are smaller) and less pencils (because they are bigger).

After first recess and lunch, we continued our cultural doll presentations.

Noah part 1:

Noah part 2:






We then had French with Mdm. Stella.

After second recess and lunch, we continued our presentations.

When we were finished, we continued working on our letters to our pen pal.

1.    Read for 20 minutes
2.    Cursive pg. 92-93
3.    Spring Fundraiser package due tomorrow
4.    Last page of Report Card
5.    Lunch forms due April 22

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