A Fun Newspaper Project:

About six weeks ago, Morgan decide he wanted to write a newspaper as an extra project. His first two editions peaked the interest of many in our class and now many of them are working together on the project. Here is the result of their first team effort.

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W.E.S Press May 31, 2018-18vunsf

 

SCC Pizza Lunch:

Kindergarten – Grade 4 Pizza Hut Lunch on Track and Field Days

 

We are going to be placing the orders through Healthy Hunger again for this hot lunch.  Please proceed to the Health Hunger website (www.healthyhunger.ca) and enter your account to place your order.   If you are new and have not created an account click the green Learn more button under Parents and then signup a free account.

When you go to order the lunches for your child(ren) please ensure that you order on the correct date that your child(rens) grade is having a hot lunch.  Any orders that are made for the incorrect date will be deleted and a refund will be made.

The Pizza Hut lunches for each grade is as follows:

 

June 5 – Grade 2

June 6 – Grade 3 and Kindergarten A

June 7 – Grade 4 and Kindergarten B

June 8 – Grade 1

Deadline to order for the above lunches is May 31, 2018.

Cost is $6.50 per student and includes: 1 personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut, a bag of chips and a juice box (*Flavours will vary).  At the end of your order there will be an additional processing fee.

 

If you mistakenly order a pizza for a student that is NOT on the correct day as per above your order will be deleted (and your money refunded).

 

Pizzas are ordered in advance, late orders cannot be accepted after May 31st.  Nutritional Guide available upon request.

 

If you have any questions about the lunch, please contact Denaye Merz at dmerz@sasktel.net.  You can also call Healthy Hunger if you have any questions about the site at 1-800-818-6260.

 

All proceeds will be going to the SCC Initiative

The students are having a good time exploring different soil samples. They are describing, comparing, and examining them intensely to figure out what the samples are. Can you tell which is sand, silt, or clay?

 

 

Bike Rodeo:

The kids had their bikes and helmets checked out, learned some bike safety, road an obstacle course and had a good time at the bike rodeo today. Thanks to the organizers and volunteers. 

We did a lot of great learning with technology today:

3C is on twitter! Check out some of what we did. It was a very full day!

Learning With Ozobots:

Learning about Soil:

SCC Subway Lunch:

Kindergarten A and Grade 1-4 Subway Lunch on
Wednesday, May 23rd!!

We are going to be placing the orders through Healthy Hunger again for this hot lunch. Please proceed to the Health Hunger website (www.healthyhunger.ca) and enter your account to place your order. If you are new and have not created an account click the green Learn more button under Parents and then signup a free account.

Cost is $6.50 per student and includes: 1 sub from Subway, a bag of chips and a juice box (*Flavours will vary). At the end of your order there will be an additional processing fee.

If you mistakenly order a sub for a student that is NOT in Kindergarten A or Grades 1-4, your order will be deleted (and your money refunded).

Subs are ordered in advance, late orders cannot be accepted after May 17th. Nutritional Guide available upon request.

If you have any questions about the lunch, please contact Denaye Merz at dmerz@sasktel.net. You can also call Healthy Hunger if you have any questions about the site at 1-800-818-6260.

All proceeds will be going to the SCC Initiatives

New Experiences:

Today we started our soil unit in science. As an added twist, we tried a new way of sharing responses, questions, and ideas. We used www.mentimeter.com to allow everyone’s ideas to be projected on the board. It was quite neat. Getting 62 responses instead of what I am used to was very nice to see. Today, I knew for sure that everyone took at least a moment to consider the questions we pondered. Thanks to Mrs. Mathison for stopping in to lend a hand.

A Request for Tech. Devices:

Hi everybody!

I was away from the school for a couple days because I was attending a great professional development summit with Mrs. Bond and Mrs. Mathison. I can say that my mind is full and I have had many ‘wow’ moments that I would like to explore and evaluate further. The best way for me to learn the value of some of the ideas, strategies and tools I have encountered is to come back and explore them with the best little teachers I know (your kids). You may be able to help. We have 10 iPads in our classroom. We can certainly make due with those, but it would be helpful to have a few more devices for the kids to use as we do some exploring. If your children have an iPod touch, an old iPhone or any other device that we can use to access our wireless network at school it would be helpful if you could let them bring it to school. The school can’t be responsible for the devices so please don’t send a shiny new device. I will collect them from the students and keep them stored away during the day when we are not using them.

Here are the most important things to consider:

  • We are using the devices for learning not playing (just like our 3C ipads)
  • If you don’t feel comfortable sending a device for any reason please don’t. It is not a problem.
  • If you do not have a device to send, your child will not be left out so don’t worry about that.
  • If you have time to install an app or two Quizizz and Kahoot would be helpful education apps to put on the device.
  • I can send the devices home each night if you need them at home.
  • If you have questions please let me know.