Archive | March 3, 2017

ISA make up tests TODAY

Dear Grade 7 and 8 students,

If you were in SCISAC Volleyball last week you did not take the Writing B ISA test. You will take this test during Today during Extended Advisory instead.

Please go to D218 after you have registered with you Advisor (latest 8.10am) with your fully charged computers.

ISA make up tests TODAY

Dear Colleagues,

Today (Friday) during the Extended Advisory time some grade 7 and 8 students will be taking thier Writing B ISA tests as they were away at Volleyball when the test was taken last Thursday. Please see the list attached. They will need to go to room D218. Thanks.

Visual Thinking Space Prototype – Library

Good morning, Students,

Are you looking for a space to brainstorm ideas for a project?

Would you benefit from a shared space for 2-4 peers?

Do you think that it would be useful to have white walls for capturing ideas and making connections?

As part of our Library prototypes, we have set up a visual thinking space for small groups, 4 “walls” of white-boards, near the back of the Library.  If you are working on a project today or next week, ask your teacher if you can come and try out this space.

After giving it a go, please provide feedback by scanning the QR code and answering a few short questions.

Thank you,

Mrs Tyoschin

Middle School Visits Primary Production…TODAY!

Hello Grade 6-9 Live Theatre Fans!

Grade 6-9 students should report to the PAC directly from Extended Advisory this morning. You should STOW YOUR BAGS neatly in your Advisory and retrieve them directly after the show.

We expect “What a Knight!” to begin at 8:45am conclude between 10-10:15am. At this point, you will retrieve you belongings and head directly to you BLOCK 2 class. All you need to bring is a positive attitude and your best theatre etiquette. Mr. Bratton has purchased your tickets. You’re welcome!

Thanks and enjoy the show!

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