Friday, December 3, 2010

Teaching in Mrs. Hourigan's Class

Sideline European Handball.

Tangrams-- the students really enjoyed this activity.

Most of the students working away.

Hi level of activity in ther gym.
I taught in Mrs. Hourigan's class today so she could coach the GES Girls' Volleyball Team.  For PE we included Mrs. Fitchell's Grade 6 students-- we had an excellent game of sideline European Handball.

It has been a busy day, as when I am not in class teaching I am supervising. 

Today is the last day of the Receipt Race.....I wonder if Mr. Sullivan's class will make a comeback?

Have a great weekend everyone!

Until next week.

Mr. H

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Beautiful Artwork

One of Ms. Hourigan's student's work--Bravo!!!!

Math & Buddy Reading

Mrs. Sali's students doing some Math tables.

Mrs. Sali helping a student understand a Math concept.

Buddy Reading in Ms. Moul's class.

Ms. Knecht's class buddy reading with Ms. Moul's class.
It has been a busy day with a morning meeting, teaching Mrs. Murray's Math group, as well as supervising at recess and lunch.  I really enjoyed getting into the classrooms to see what was happening.  If you check the other staff blogs there will be other examples of some of things that go on at GES.

Congratulations Boys' Volleyball Team

Mr. Detwiller returned to school yesterday and informed me that our boys made it to the finals and lost to Roberts Creek in the final.

Congratulations on a great tournament boys!

Pictures can be seen on the Flickr Photostream to the right.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

December is here!

Mr. Detwiller working on costumes for the Christmas Concert.

Excited Boomers!

Working on fine motor skills in Ms. Moul's class.
With December being upon us the excitement of the upcoming holiday season starts to creep in at school.  There are a lot of exciting things going on and I will try to continue to share these via my blog.

Please take some to time to explore our other GES Blogs.

Until later.

Mr. H

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Ms. Taylor's class was working on writing when I stopped by today.  The students were really engaged in the activity and were really enjoying the activity.  Great job!