October 14

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will continue learning to estimate and compare numbers using place value.

Science: We will experiment with air to learn about properties of gas.

Language Arts: We will learn to use the idea trait in our writing by adding details that show instead of tell what is happening.

Social Studies: We will learn more about making and using maps in our community and country.

Bible: Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will continue our watercolour leaf painting art.

Spelling: We will review our phonograms and learn the last few spelling rules we need before we start our spelling list.

Upcoming Events

  • October 22 Individual and Class photos
  • October 25 Professional Development Day
  • October 29-31 Scholastic Book Fair
  • October 31 Fall Colour Day
  • November 1 Parent Teacher Interviews
October 6

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We learn to estimate and compare numbers using place value.

Science: We will experiment more with water to learn about properties of matter.

Language Arts: We will learn more about poetry, forming simple stories, and reading current events.

Social Studies: We will learn more about making and using maps in our community and country.

Bible: We will learn about Christian Character and ways we can respect others. Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will learn to use watercolour to paint leaves.

Spelling: We will review our phonograms and learn the last few spelling rules we need before we start our spelling list.

Upcoming Events

  • October 11 Knights Day
  • October 14 Thanksgiving
  • October 22 Individual and Class photos
  • October 25 Professional Development Day
  • October 29-31 Scholastic Book Fair
  • October 31 Fall Colour Day
  • November 1 Parent Teacher Interviews
September 29

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will discover divisibility through finding patterns.

Science: We will experiment with bubbles to learn about properties of matter.

Language Arts: We will learn more about poetry, forming simple stories, and reading current events.

Social Studies: We will learn about important jobs and places in our community to create a map.

Bible: We will learn about Christian Character and ways we can respect others. Our scripture memory for October is Matthew 6: 9-13.

Art: We will learn about contrast.

Spelling: We will review our phonograms and learn about silent final “E” rules.

Upcoming Events

  • September 30 Orange Shirt Day
    • We are supporting the “every child matters” theme inspired by efforts of reconciliation with the First Nations. If you wish to show your support, students may wear an orange shirt with casual pants. If you do not wish to participate, normal uniform dress code applies.
  • October 4 Corn Maze Field Trip
    • Wear boots.
    • Bring a bag for a pumpkin.
    • If parents would like to join us, please make sure to have a criminal record check on file with the office.
September 24

Chilliwack Corn Maze

On Friday, October 4, 2019 from 12:30-3pm, we are going on a field trip to the Chilliwack Corn Maze. Wear play clothes and boots. Also, make sure to bring a bag for your pumpkin.

Parents, please join us. You’ll have to pay yourselves we you arrive and make sure to have an up to date background check on file at the office.

I have most permission slips signed. I’m just waiting on a few people.

September 22

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will find and predict patterns and use them to create rules that we can use in mathematics.

Science: We will experiment with bubbles to learn about properties of matter.

Language Arts: We will learn more about poetry, forming simple stories, and reading current events.

Social Studies: We will learn about the importance of the role we play in our family and community.

Bible: We will learn about Christian Character and ways we can honour God.

Art: We will finish our lesson on warm and cool colours.

Spelling: We review our phonograms and /sh/ spelling rules.

Upcoming Events

  • September 27 Knight Day
  • September 30 Orange Shirt Day
September 20

Terry Fox Run

Thursday, September 26 we will run laps and collect Toonies for Terry in honour of Terry Fox. If you would like to donate to this fundraiser for the Cancer Society to treat and find a cure for cancer, please bring a toonie on Thursday.

September 15

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

Here are your objectives this week.

Math: We will work on skip counting by 2, 5, and 10 forwards and backwards, starting from random numbers. We will also continue working on counting by 25. This is difficult for many. Try practicing counting quarters at home.

Science: We will continue learning about the different states of matter.

Language Arts: We will learn more about poetry and forming simple stories.

Social Studies: We  will learn about the importance of the role we play in our family and community.

Bible: We will learn about Christian Character and ways we can honour God.

Art: We will learn how to make and use complementary colours in a painting

Spelling: We will be reviewing our phonograms and /sh/ spelling rules.

Important Notices

  • September 16 Parent Night 6:30 pm
    • We will meet and greet until 7:30 pm and talk about plans for the school year until 8:00 pm.
  • September 20 Professional Development – no school
  • September 27 Knight Day
September 11

Greetings agents, welcome to your new headquarters!

Here are our mission objectives.

Math: Review counting strategies. Skip counting by 2, 5, 10, and 25 (counting quarters).

Science: Discover the properties of matter.

Language Arts: Learn how poetry creates an experience with rhythm, rhyme, and flow in language.

Social Studies: Use maps to help us understand our location in the world.

Bible: Learn how to honour God with our heart, soul, mind, and strength.

Your assignments, should you choose to accept them:

  • Learn and practice your secret handshake.
  • Practice counting with coins.
  • Look for language that is pleasant or emotional (poetry, lyrics).
  • Notice maps that help us find our location.
  • Think of ways that we can honour God.

Important information.

Homework: Our homework will mostly be reviewing spelling or phonograms and reading 15 minutes each night. I will send notes home if we have a special project to do at home.

Spelling: We will spend the first several weeks of school reviewing spelling rules before we start our spelling list. Please spend this time reviewing phonograms and practicing sounding out words to recognize how we use phonograms in English.

PE: We have the gym on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please bring your gym clothes to change into. Check out our schedule for more details.

Planners: Please remember to bring planners home for homework, important dates, and keeping track of permission slips. Parents can also write notes for me in here. Students will earn team points for bringing their planner and having it signed.

Criminal Record Check: Parents that would like to join us on field trips must have an up to date criminal record check on file with the office. Please speak with Kathy or Denise if you would like to have one done.

Hot Lunch: Students can buy pizza on Tuesdays for $2 per slice.

Students can pre-order hot dogs on Knight Days.

Headphones: We will use educational applications on our iPads. Please bring some headphones so that you will be able to use the audio portion.

Upcoming Events:

  • September 13 Knights Day
  • September 16 Parent Night 6:30pm
  • September 20 Professional Development – no school
  • September 27 Knight Day
June 18

Fun Day, camping style

It’s our final day of school, and we’re having a fun day! Remember to dress like you are going camping, so basically play clothes.

If you would like to help out, please join us. We could use the help.

We start rotating stations at 9:15 and release the students at noon with their report cards.

June 17

Mission Briefing

Hello Agents!

This is our final week!

Here are your objectives.

Monday We will clear out the classroom, gather work to take home, and have an end of the year party. Don’t worry about bringing anything.

Tuesday We will go to Bridal Falls Water Slides.

Wednesday We have our end of the year fun day. Students may dress casually to our theme of camping. At the end of the day, students will receive their report cards.