Div 2 had a deliciously irrational lesson on Pi
The students in Division 1, 2, 3 were building up some serious STEAM today. They conducted a scientific inquiry by discussing independent and dependent variables in a pendulum experiment. Which variable would change the outcome? Mass of pendulum? Length of string? Angle of the arc? Thank you to Jacob Martens, our District Coordinator, for helping… Read more »
Happy 100 Day! Division 7 has aged a bit today – and celebrated 100 day with lots of activities and a bit of dress-up. They didn’t even break character as they hobbled down the hallway with their canes for support! We hope that they are feeling more like their youthful selves by tomorrow.
We had an awesome time on the ice. Thank you to all of our drivers and the very patient lacer-uppers!
When what to our wondering eyes did appear – big fluffy flakes! and they kept on coming! For the morning at least… Architectural marvels appeared on the field and lasted for the week.
Our tummies were full, our PJs were cozy, and Santa made a special appearance to make this a wonderful way to spend the morning.
The students and staff were so excited to perform the North Pole Musical this year. Here are some backstage and rehearsal photos. We hope everyone enjoyed the show! Special thanks to: Mr. Bourgeois & Ms. Canil for being our creative directors and organizing the show Mr. Penny for being our technical advisor and on the… Read more »
Look up…waaaaaay up…higher…higher…is that Mrs. Palmer??! Unfortunately, there were a few omelettes that resulted from this fun, hands-on scientific experience…
The Grade 2/3s have been playing floor hockey during various lunch hours over the past couple of months. Lincoln Pavich, Charlie Taylor and Rhys Dupuis rose to the challenge and organized the games , divided up the players into colour groups, decided on the house rules, accepted feedback, and gave amazing pep talks to make… Read more »