- Loonie Licence orders due by Thurs.
- VIP community hours sheets overdue: Caleb, Gavin, Lucas, Rebeka.
- Email address slip returned asap (youngest and only)
- Literacy: finish you biographical project for Mon. (Only a few)
- Math: decimals, fractions, percent, ratio, and unit rate quiz on Mon.
- PHE: Wed & Fri.
Question of the Day: What is the best thrill ride or thrill activity you’ve ever experienced? (It doesn’t have to be a theme park ride; it could be white water rafting, bungee jumping, etc.)
We wrapped up EQAO today and I think it went well; at least, that’s the impression I’m getting from the majority of the students. Personally, I’m glad it’s over so I can get back to teaching and closing out the year. We have a bit of work to do in some subject areas before the month ends!
The newsletter has been posted for the final time this year. If you already read it last night, consider taking a second look as I had to make an addition for our Student of the Month winner.
We had a great day at Point Pelee yesterday, as indicated by the photos posted. Things were a little rushed but we enjoyed the outdoors and the wonderful weather. Remember, all national parks are free entry this year; you just need to order your pass online. Consider taking your child back and getting in touch with nature. Personally, I’d like to go back and rent a canoe to explore the marsh. There’s also Fort Malden in Amherstburg, which is worth a look.
As the chain of field trips continues, we’re off to the Windsor Airport on Tuesday afternoon. This will be a light introduction to flight, our final science unit of the year. To those parents joining us, I’ll send out confirmation messages later today.
Just four weeks to go…