Thursday, April 1, 2010

Easter Egg Hunt

Mrs. Griffiths' Kindergarten students ventured to the office as part of their Easter Egg Hunt. They were successful and they had a lot of fun.

I wish everyone a Happy Easter.

Remember, there is no school on Friday and Monday.

All the best to you & your family.

Mr. H

Memory Games

When I visited the Kindergarten class this morning the students were engaged in various memory games. The students were having fun while working on their memory.

If your child is this class you may want to ask them about the memory games they played today.

Until later.

Mr. H

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Ukelele Jamborie

Ms. Kranenburg's class playing their ukeleles for the last time this term. Mr. Angelus has worked hard to get them to a proficient level. Bravo!

Math equations

Mrs. Hourigan's Math students were busy making Math equations when I stopped by today. The students are challenging themselves as well as their peers with this equation building exercise.

Hokey Pokey and Much More

I went and joined Mrs. Hoechstetter's class in music today-- we sang and did the actions for the Hokey Pokey. The students really enjoyed it. As I left, they sang another song-- great job motivating the students Mr. Angelus.

It is a little quiet around here today, as three primary classes are on a field trip today.

Until later.

Mr. H

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Spelling and Art

As I visited classes this morning students were eager to learn and were working hard. Miss Owen had her students finishing up cutting up letters for their spelling, while Mrs. Kopek's students were working on their spelling using individual white boards. I stopped by Mr. Angelus' Grade 7 Band class and they were just warming up-- they sounded good. I hope to stop by their class when they are really warmed up!

I have included some more bulletin board photos on the Flickr Photostream. The art work is outstanding. I really enjoyed seeing the Division 2 Gear Art.


Until later.

Mr. H

Monday, March 29, 2010

The Rights of a Child

Mrs. Perry's class was finishing up posters, on the Rights of a Child, when I stopped by today. The students were very proud of the work they had done.

If your child is in this class please ask them about the assignment they did.

I have also posted a few pictures of some of our bulletin boards from around the school on the Flickr Photostream.

Until tomorrow,

Mr. H