Elementary School Student Council is hosting a fundraiser for the Japan Guide Dog Association. Check out the poster below for further details:
Sometimes it is important to stop and appreciate the great outdoors.
This week, the sunny weather and fresh air beckoned to us and so we seized the moment to go explore outside. We enjoyed the exercise and appreciated the bugs, leaves, and other natural wonders we encountered on our walk.
March 23rd was Japanese Culture Day. The students arrived dressed in clothing with a Japanese connection.
They started the morning with a special assembly where they sang “Ponyo” for the Elementary School and family members.
The students had the exciting opportunity to watch and participate in a traditional Japanese Kyogen.
Lunch time was an abundant feast! During the potluck some of the Grade 3 family members volunteered to teach the students how to make delicious onigirazu and sakura mochi. Yummy!
After lunch some Grade 3 mothers taught the students how to create beautiful origami balloon garlands.
Thank you to all the parents who provided food and volunteered to help out during this fantastic day. Many thanks to the Japanese department for organising Japanese Culture Day!
Have a wonderful spring break!
In the week leading up to Christmas break the ES students celebrated Spirit Week. They enjoyed dressing up for a different theme every day. Please enjoy these group photos that were taken each day of Spirit Week!
Hero vs. Villain
Class vs. Class: 3B Ninjas
Day vs. Night (Featuring a tinseled ES principal)
Welcome to grade 3B! I am looking forward to meeting everyone and beginning another fantastic school year!
This blog will be a place where 3B will share exciting events such as field trips as well as class and student work throughout the year.
See you all soon!