It is so hard to summarize all the fun and learning that took place during our August Joint Learning Session. We studied Ancient Egypt, did research reports, played basketball, did art projects, and SO much more.
5/6 Grade Class– A few of their highlights were studying the human body and did research reports on an organ and performed a play about building the pyramids.
The 3/4 class worked hard on research projects on animals and fish and dioramas depicting Egyptian life and culture.
The 1/2 Grade class worked on superhero character traits, library skills, and did lots of hands on learning about Egypt.
The Kindergarten class met in the afternoons and focused on letters, counting, and learning about Egypt.
The 4-year old preschool class started the year with a unit on dinosaurs.
The 3-year old preschool class is a French Immersion class. They are learning body parts, weather, and emotions. They even play games in French.
Our 2019 Summer reading challenge was to read a minimum of 900 minutes. Bronze level participants who read between 900-1,499 minutes during our school vacation (May 30-August 4) were rewarded a prize from the prize box. Silver level participants who read between 1,500-1,799 minutes earned a prize and a new book. Gold level participants read more than 1,800 minutes and earned a prize, a book, and a trip to Ci Gusta to have some ice cream.
So proud of our students for reading over 52,000 minutes this summer! Way to go!