Student of the Week

Grace K. ends the boys’ streak with her first SOTW award of the year!  A noticeable spike in participation and a 100% Class Dojo week are the key reasons behind her selection.  Well done, GK, I hope to see more in the weeks to come!

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Student of the Week

Although a short week with the snow day, it didn’t stop Gabe from being highly productive with his art work.  He has hammered through his maze project and is now in the finishing stages!  Also, Gabe finished second in Dojo points for the week, and he did well on the NIMH quiz.  Well done, Gabe!

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Student of the Week

A very focused and productive week is why Brady has earned his first SOTW award.  Typical of each week, Brady was consistently ready to start each period and among the first to show his readiness for learning.  He led the class in Dojo points for the week with 18, and he took the initiative to look up what NIMH stands for.  At least someone with the Brady name won something this weekend!  “Super” job, sir!

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Student of the Week

The girls continue to dominate the SOTW honours with Dylan bringing home the trophy this time!  Dylan led the way in Dojo points for the week, but what cinched it for her was her monitoring of her learning.  She was always checking in on the math work for the week, not necessarily for help, but to make sure she was on the right track.  Super effort, Dylan!

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Student of the Week

Mikayla gets the nod as our newest SOTW!  It was a very productive week for Mikayla in all areas as she used her class time well and ensured her work was done.  She had a flawless Class Dojo report for the week, and she showed improvement with her angles sheet.  Keep up the solid effort, Mikayla!

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Student of the Week

Our final SOTW for the 2017 calendar year is Jaclyn!  Mr. Harris was the one behind her nomination; he told me that he was impressed by how often she signed out and practised with her instrument – and it showed on her playing test.  I also noted that Jaclyn asked to do a reading letter to make up for a day she was absent.  Good initiative on your part, Jaclyn – I hope to see more of it in the coming months.

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