Welcome to all Dragons! It’s wonderful to see many familiar and new faces in my classes.
Today was our first official day and it was a busy one. I hope all of you were able to wake up on time and find all of your classes. Make sure to get all of your school supplies this week so that you are organized and ready to learn.
Good luck this school year and I look forward to working with all of you!
Congratulations on completing another school year! I hope you all are able to accomplish some of your summer goals over the next two months. Many of you are taking classes but I hope you also give yourself time to relax and unwind after a long school year.
ELL students can come to P3 on Wednesday to pick up their portfolios, duotangs and marked work.
Subway party after school on Thursday June 7th in Portable 3!
RSVP to Ms Ikeda by Monday June 4th.
2018 parting gifts will also be handed out so make sure to be there!
All grade 8s and 9s have been on MyBlueprint.com working on Core Competencies assignments throughout this semester. Your final two assignments on Core Competencies reflection and Jesse Miller’s presentation on social media are posted. You must complete all assignments by next week when you will be expected to showcase your work.
Ms Ikeda’s Block D class will be doing their showcase on May 31.
All ELL classes will be going on a field trip to Deep Cove in North Vancouver to hike and kayak on Monday June 4th.
There are 3 forms that must be signed and completed by parents/custodians and teachers. The trip also costs $35 per student. Forms and money are due by Wednesday May 16th.
The Humanities 8 class began their stewardship of Fleetwood Park today during the city-wide Clean Sweep Week. We spent the morning picking up litter along 80 Avenue and in Fleetwood Park and collected 2 bags. As a treat for Feel Good Friday, we ended our garbage collection with 10 minutes on the playground.
We will be continuing to take care of Fleetwood Park by picking up litter every 1-2 weeks and logging how much we collect.
What a day it was! We visited four houses of worship: a Hindu temple, Muslim mosque, Sikh gurdwara and Christian church with the rest of the grade 8 class. At each site, we got to take in new sights and learn about each religion from an expert. We were even fortunate enough to take part in langar and have a wonderful meal at the gurdwara. The students asked good questions and were respectful and open-minded participants in the experience. I look forward to hearing your impressions of the trip tomorrow.