Oct 11

Google Apps for Education

Students now have their username and password for use with Google Apps for Education!

Throughout the year, students will complete all of their typed work using Google Drive, and assignments will be submitted online in Google Classroom.

Oct 05

Daily reading is so important, especially in late French immersion

Students should be reading in French for 20 minutes each night. At least five of those minutes should be out loud to a parent.

If you notice that your child hasn’t been reading in French each night, here are some ways that you can assist your child:

  • set up a family reading time where everyone sits together and reads their own book or takes turns reading to each other
  • take your child to the public library and assist them (or ask the librarian to assist them) with finding a French book that they are interested in and that is at their reading level
  • set up a reward (e.g. for each 200 minutes of reading, the child can purchase a new book)
  • create a special reading space in your house (can be as simple as some pillows in a corner or an old bed sheet to make a fort)
  • encourage your child to choose any type of text and any genre as long as it is in French (e.g. magazines, comic books, picture books, novels, fiction, non fiction, etc.)

Oct 02

Meeting for parents of grade seven students

There will be a meeting for parents of grade seven students on Wednesday, October 11 at 6pm in the library. At this meeting, we will give you information about grade seven camp, the luncheon, and fundraising. We will be looking for parents to join the luncheon committee and/or the fundraising committee.

Your contacts are:

Mrs. Papapanagiotou: luncheon

Mrs. Makarowski/Ms. Bovell: fundraising

Mme Berg: camp

Following our 6pm meeting, you will be able to stay for the PAC meeting which will start at 6:30.

Sep 28

We are aiming to ride our bikes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

We will aim to ride our bikes on Tuesdays and Thursdays as long as the weather cooperates. If we get rained out, we will ride on the next dry day.

Sep 27

Our Terry Fox Run will be on Thursday

Capitol Hill’s Terry Fox Run will be on Thursday afternoon. We will start with a short assembly at 1:45 followed by a warm up, and then the run. Families are welcome to join in.

 

Sep 19

Wednesday is Picture Day!

These will be the individual pictures. Remember:

  • don’t wear clothing that has any green in it
  • don’t wear clothing that is solid white

Sep 18

Online registration is working

Online registration for the student intake meetings is now working! Please sign up for an appointment in one of these time slots:

2:00 – 3:00 on Tuesday

3:00 – 6:00 on Thursday

Sep 15

Newsletter

Parents,

Stay in the loop with what is going on in our class by subscribing to our newsletter. Just fill out the form on the left side of this page.

 

When you subscribe to our newsletter, you will receive an e-mail once per day if there is a new post.

 

Note that the homework page is updated daily, but there is no e-mail/newsletter linked with this, so be sure to check it every day to see what the new homework is.

Sep 15

Student Intake Meetings

Hi parents,

We are trying to update the meeting times for division two, but there seems to be a glitch. It should be fixed this weekend, but the times are now:

Tuesday, September 19, 2-3pm (2:45 is still available)

Thursday, September 21, 3-6pm (all times are still available)

 

Keep checking the online appointment site throughout the weekend. If it is not fixed by Monday, we will resort to having you register through this blog. If that ends up being the case, I will make another post listing the details.

 

Have a wonderful weekend and I look forward to seeing you next week!

 

Mme Deanna Berg

Sep 05

Welcome back to school! I am looking forward to teaching you this year!

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