Find It Fast!
We have had our first Practice Lockdown this year! Well done everyone! Thanks to Officer Mann for helping out.
Students in Jr and Sr Kindergarten spent some time on Friday working with peer helpers from grades 5 and 6 to create a Thanksgiving craft.
Click here for the pictures. https://goo.gl/photos/pNT7mboRuTsTkHQU7
World Egg Day
Today is World Egg Day. Students at the breakfast club were treated to boiled eggs for breakfast. The student council prepared the eggs. We would like to thank the Egg Farmers of Canada who donated 60 dozen eggs to our breakfast program!
Learning to Build Success Criteria
Students in Ms. Hymus's grade 1 class were learing about lines, warm colours and cool colours in art class today. As part of the lesson, students built their "success criteria". They discussed and developed a list of features that would be included in a good piece of artwork. Students will be learning to develop more specific success criteria as the year progresses.
Don't forget to check out the pictures: https://goo.gl/photos/v1LSS9jgpjDYChUs5
School Board Trustees
Did you know that school board trustees meet regularly and the framework for school board meetings in set forth in the Education Act? Find out more...http://goo.gl/lmuP3h
District Cross Country
12 of our Cross Country runners will be participating at the District Cross Country event tomorrow. Good luck to everyone!
World Teacher's Day
Monday October 5, 2015 is World Teacher's Day. "World Teachers’ Day held annually on 5 October is a UNESCO initiative, a day devoted to appreciating, assessing, and improving the educators of the world." http://www.worldteachersday.org/
Today we celebrate and thank our teachers for their dedication to our students and learning, their hard work both in and outside of the classroom and their love for children. Our teachers are listed below.
Annual Terry Fox Walk
We held our annual Terry Fox Walk on October 2, 2015. It was a chilly day but the sun was shining as we walked around the school yard to remember and learn about Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope.
This was the first event that was entirely organzied and run by the new Student Council. This group of dedicated students worked hard to plan the even and executed it flawlessly.
All students watched a video about Terry and his journey and then we all put our names on a banner to hang in the foyer.
Don't forget to check out the photos.http://goo.gl/edgJ3r
Cross Country Results
On Thursday, October 1st, Mr. Vermander and some dedicated parent volunteers took 32 Queen Elizabeth School students to the Sandbanks for the School Group Cross Country Meet. While the sun was shining for the day, a cool breeze from Lake Ontario and the sandy course made the conditions challenging for the athletes.
After the competition was over and the results tallied, 12 of our students qualified for the District Cross Country event. Congratulations to Kayden Insley (2nd), Kaitlyn Harris, Kieran Young, Dolan Insley, Sarah Johnson, Brody Fraser, Nolan Steen (3rd), Ian Harrison, Case McFarland, Ghaffar Mehmood, Ben Hicks, Wilson Liu.
Congratulations to everyone and thank you to the Mr. Vermander and the parents who volunteered to help keep everyone safe.
Friday, October 2, is recognized as National Custodial Workers' Day. It is a day to celebrate custodians and the many ways that our custodians support learning in our school. We are very grateful to Mr. Greg Legere and Mr. Conor Sweet for their countless hours of hard work and the pride they take in Queen Elizabeth School. Thanks to both of you!