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Here are some things to remember coming up in the month of December:
December 3 – PAC meeting 3pm – babysitting provided
December 4 – Primary Parents Open House discussion on strategies for literacy and numeracy
7:00 – 8:00pm in the library.
December 3 – 7 – Cultural Event – Rik Leaf is coming to work with the entire school
December 5 – PAC Spaghetti Lunch
December 7 – 1:00 pm – Assembly to showcase the week – Parents are invited
December 12 – PAC “Cookies & Milk” (instead of a float day)
December 20 – Spirit Day – Camo vs Plaid
– 6:30pm Christmas Concert
December 21 – Last day before Christmas break
Here are some things to remember coming up in the month of January:
January 7 – School back in session
January 22 – 24, 29 – 31st – Grade 4 swimming program
January 25 + 28 – NID
January 31 – Spirit Day – Rainbow Day
Do You Want Your Students To Be Excited About Learning?
Have you been trying to find ways to get your students excited about learning? To build their confidence so they’ll try things for the first time? Or to create a supportive environment in your classroom, but nothing’s worked?
Rik has worked with thousands of students over the last 18 years, and he has learned the one thing everyone needs most of all, is a safe place to get it wrong. This is as true for the professional musicians and actors that he works with as much as it is for students.
If students don’t feel safe, they’re not going to be open to trying new ideas and experiences. In fact, they’re going to shut down and try to protect themselves. As their teacher we know this is frustrating, because you know they have more potential than they’ve ever given themselves credit for. This type of experience can change a student’s life and create an encouraging and supportive classroom.
This is the experience that Rik is bringing to the Upper Pine School. Come join us Friday, December 7th at 1:00pm for our Grand Finale.
Here is the first edition of our student led newspaper. Well done students.
Ever wondered what all those terms meant in Math? Well here is a math dictionary – with pictures to help you out.
Just a friendly reminder that costumes should not be worn to school on Halloween. Most classes are still be held as usual in the morning. Lunch time can be used to put costumes on, if your child needs some help feel free to come at lunch time to help them. Please no full face masks nor any type of weapons. Thank you for helping.