Jesus is Risen!


The Grade 6S & 6D class help us celebrate a joyful resurrection!


Students Teaching Students

Students Teaching Students

Mark is seen here teaching Julia about air expansion and compression.

Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

The students were busy reviewing their Science Tests and then working collaboratively to solve questions together today.

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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

I hope you have a blessed day!

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

The Grade 6S and 6D class tell the story of Easter in our school’s passion play.

We are full of Hot Air!

Today we started a new project in Science.  Using the knowledge we have acquired, we are going to use some common materials to build our own hot air balloons.  Working in groups of three people, we started sharing ideas and trying them out today!

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Hot air balloon Student assignment

Learning the Order of Operations!

Learning the Order of Operations!

Jessie and Stephanie are calculating their estimated lung capacity. In order to do this, they have to apply their understanding of the order of operations and use it to complete and calculate this formula:
Lung capacity (in millimeters) = 41 X height in cm – 18 X age -2690

Creation Easter Eggs in Colour

Creation Easter Eggs in Colour

Cole and his reading buddy get busy this afternoon using different colors to create an Easter egg!

Tomorrow is Team Jersey Day!

Tomorrow is Team Jersey Day!

Wear your favorite jersey tomorrow!