It has been a busy and fun filled week here at Grosse Isle and we are all so happy to be back and into the swing of things! I am changing the format of my Friday Bulletin’s and will instead keep our school’s calender updated on the school website with anything upcoming, and it is now filled with any dates that we knew about up until June of 2020. As always, if you have questions or concerns please feel free… Read More
Last year was our first year issuing the summer challenge for our students. This challenge is completely optional, although we strongly encourage regular practice and physical activity throughout the summer to maintain and strengthen all their muscles, including their numeracy and literacy muscles! We have selected the items and put the packages together to travel easily and require very little in the way of supplies. All the documents that were sent home in each grades’ Summer Challenge Packages are linked… Read More
Today, our students were fortunate enough to have some visitors for the day! They were extremely friendly, playful, and very sleepy! St. Bernard puppies, Lizzie and Mater, went to Gr. 5 ELA for reading, Gr. 5 Math to help with project work, napped in Ms. Crow’s office and then some more napping with some of the grade 7/8’s after their final of four day ELA assessment and before they went to the high school for Lifeskills. Then this afternoon, they went to 5/6 Social Studies, enjoyed second break outside, each with their own diligent group of supervisors, and then finished the day in Social Studies, helping students with their final projects. It was really a wonderful day having them here! All of us, students and staff, really enjoyed their company today!
There is a lot of interesting research about dogs in the classroom. If you are interested, I have attached some articles below:
The 7/8’s will be writing and working through their final ELA assessment. It will be written Tuesday – Friday, from 9-11am with Mrs. Clemis. We have made several changes to our schedule to ensure consistent timing and structure through the week to support our students. Our last students of the year to write the RAD, will be the grade 6’s. They will be writing their RAD on Tuesday, this is a reading/writing fluency and comprehension assessment. This assessment is written at… Read More