THE MESSENGER A Newsletter for Supporters of Immanuel Christian School Vol. 22 No. 06 October 19, 2009 GENERAL NEWS: Public Service Announcement: On October 23rd come and join us for an evening of classical vocal music at Westminster United Church. Listen to three professionals as well as Trevor Schriemer perform musical selections from Brahms, Schubert, Handel Rachmaninoff, Donizetti, Rossini, Vaughn Williams, Bizet and Strauss. The soloists include Jeremy Ludwig, Julie Ludwig, David Klassen and Trevor Schriemer. The proceeds from this event will go to the music program of ICS. The tickets for this event are $5.00 for students and $10.00 for adults; they are available at the door or reserve by calling Grace at 782- 5663. Reservations are preferred as seating is limited. This event will be advertised across Winnipeg and emphasis will be targeted towards the greater Reformed and Mennonite communities. 2. Operation Christmas Child: The Missions Team is organizing the Shoe Box campaign for Operation Christmas Child. Boxes are available from Mrs. Buist, Erin Slaa, Regan Veenendaal, Ellen Cavers, Alina van Goor and Marjorie Buist. The deadline is the week of November 16. Please have your boxes by this date. Please be aware of the following important details: 1. A donation of $7.00 per box is required. NO CASH PLEASE. Write a cheque payable to Samaritan's Purse. If you are preparing more than one shoebox gift, please make one combined donation. You may also pay online. Go to the website given below and follow the links. Print a receipt and include it in the box. 2. Please don't wrap the boxes. We need to check them. Place a rubber band around each shoebox to secure the lid. 3. Do NOT include toothpastes, liquids -shampoo, gels, paint, cream, lip balm, liquid glue (due to customs regulations). Check the pamphlet for further information or visit www.samaritanspurse.ca/occ Thank you for your support. 3. We will have a MUFU collection on Tuesday, October 27. (The collection we had earlier this month was for the month of September). We collected $51.20 which is not enough to meet our monthly commitment. We would like all students to remember to bring a donation for MUFU. The Missions Team. 4. Wanted: Leftover yarn, string, and fabric pieces. The supply has depleted at school and the elementary staff would like to have some on hand for art classes. If you have some and would like to donate it to the school, please drop it off at the office or to Miss Van Doornik‟s Grade 3 classroom. 5. Proof Pictures went home with the students last week Lifetouch is asking that the proof order envelopes be returned to the school by WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21. 6. A Request from I.C.S. to the Supporting Community: For different events that happen at Grace Church during school hours, it would be appreciated if everyone (as much as possible) could park their vehicles in the parking lot along Rougeau Ave. This is not only to provide students with a “little more” playing space, but also to ensure that vehicles which are parked there do not receive unnecessary “bumps and bruises”. Thanks for your cooperation. 7. On Friday, October 23, 2009 the teachers will be spending the day at Special Area Group (SAG) workshops; no school for students … maybe a good time to catch up on some assignments☺. Defend the cause of the weak and fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed. Rescue the weak and needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked. (Psalm 82:3-4) 8. The current 40 Days for Life (Sept. 23rd – Nov 1st) gives us the chance to do just that, as in over 200 cities across North America, caring Christians peacefully protest against the brutal reality of the murder of the unborn by holding up pro-life signs in front of hospitals and clinics that commit abortions. In Winnipeg, the vigil at the Women‟s Hospital on Notre Dame Avenue will continue until November 1st, going from 8am – 8pm each day. Visit www.40daysforlife.com/winnipeg to register, or contact Jeff Dykstra or Elissa Dykstra at 668-7105 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 9. If you are an ICS student and you‟ve got some sweet writing to get published, send it to ICSthefalcon@gmail.com ASAP, or talk to the editor-in-chief Amy Weessies, or put it in the School Newspaper folder on the student shared drive. We‟ll take poems, puzzles, games, articles, or whatever. So get your stuff out there! 10. Causes for Creativity (talk to Jeff Dykstra) 1. Write or e-mail the media, its ad sponsors, or your MLA or MP. 2. Teen Ink has a decent poetry contest online. 3. See Mr. Dykstra for short story, essay, and/or poetry contests. 4. Click on the tag activism on delicious.com/literatureman. 11. NOTE THE CHANGE!! Hockey season is almost here!! Saturday morning hockey for children in Kindergarten to grade 8 will be starting again soon. We will be alternating weeks between K-4 and grade 5-9. Hopefully this will allow everyone to have enough „elbow room‟ on the ice. Everyone playing is expected to wear full equipment including face shields and neck guards to prevent as many accidents as possible! Fees for this year are as follows: One child playing $70, two or more children $110. Please make your cheques payable to Mike Kuik with „Hockey Dues‟ on the memo line. Dues can be given to either me, Ryan Veldman, Alan Dewitt or Carl Raap. Please pay as soon as possible so we will have funds to pay for the ice rental. Dates are as follows: Grade 5-9: Oct 3,17,31 Nov 14,28 Dec 12 Jan 02,23 Feb 6,20 Mar 6 K-4: Oct 10, 24 Nov 7,21 Dec 5,19 Jan 09,30 Feb 13,27 If you have any questions please call Mike Kuik 222-7310. *** NEWS FROM THE RESOURCE DEPARTMENT: Any students in grade 11 and 12 who are interested in tutoring or peer tutoring after school are asked to please talk to Mrs. Dykstra. These hours may be used towards the community service credit. New Scholarships are in!! • LORAN AWARD - deadline is October 20; Check online @ www.loranaward.ca • TD Canada Trust – Deadline is Oct. 30; check online @ www.tdcanadatrust.com/scholarship. For more information on these 2 scholarships talk to Mrs. Dykstra, check the bulletin board or check online. • Wendy’s Classic Achiever Scholarship. The deadline is November 2. Applications and information is available online www.WendysClassicAchiever.ca Upcoming: • Dates to watch for: October 26 - University Evening of Excellence. December 1 - Advanced Early Admissions Deadline for Universities. Note: If you are in grade 12 and plan to attend Red River College next year, you can apply right now with your grade 11 marks and proof of enrollment in grade 12 courses. So why delay? *** NEWS FROM THE SPORTS CORNER: The Grade 7 and 8 boys and girls volleyball teams were in a tournament this past weekend in Steinbach. Considering it was their first game action of the year, both teams did quite well. The boys won one set over the course of the tournament, and the girls won two sets. The high school volleyball teams are continuing with their season with more games over the next two weeks. The Varsity boys won their first league game last Wednesday, while the varsity girls won their second league game, also on Wednesday. The x-country season is almost over. The junior high runners completed their season at the Athletics Manitoba school race last week Thursday, while the high school runners will complete their season by running in the x-country provincial championships at Spruce Woods Provincial Park on Wednesday. Junior Cross Country . . . The Junior cross country team had their final race of the season at Harborview on Thursday October 15. Because this event is hosted by Athletics Manitoba, it was the largest race they competed in so far. All the athletes ran a 2 km race, competing only against their grade level. Grade 6 girls-Jessica 9:14; Bethani 10:00; Julie 10:18; Eden 10:20 Grade 6 boys- Kevin 9:24; Jon 9:50; Michael 10:22 Grade 7- Emily 9:07 Grade 8- Shayna 8:50; Stephanie 9:05 Thanks to all the parents and siblings who came out to support the team this season. High School Cross Country . . . The high school cross country runners competed in their third event of the season at La Barrière Park (Oct. 7th). Megan and Scott did not run the race as they were out of town. After raining for most of the morning, the wind picked up in the afternoon and it was a fairly cold run. We checked out the course when we arrived there, and it was muddy in places‹nothing like a little challenge to make the race interesting. Considering that it was quite cold and windy, I didn¹t thing that the guys would improve on their previous week‟s time. They all decided to prove me wrong. Well done, everyone. Results are as follows: Nick Mostert: 22:14 (4:26/km) Rudy vanGoor: 23:51 (4:46/km) Jake Cavers: 24:41 (4:56/km) Eric Buist: 25:53 (5:11/km) The Harbourview School Team Championships (known now as the Chris McCubbins Provincial Cross Country Championships) were held on Thursday, Oct. 15 as well. All grades 6-12 competed. Results for the high school runners are below: Megan Toet 16:12 (5:24/km) 7th place The guys below all competed as a grade 12 team. Nick Mostert (gr9) 20:27 (4:05/km) 14th place Scott Nienhuis (gr11) 22:28 (4:30/km) 24th place Jake Cavers (gr12) 23:05 (4:37/km) 27th place Eric Buist (gr12) 23:58 (4:48/km) 29th place All the guys improved significantly over their previous week‟s race, and on a hilly course. Way to go, everyone. Next week Wednesday, October 21st is the last race of the season. The provincials are going to be in Spruce Woods this year. Find time to run this weekend as well. See you all on Monday, October 19th for practice after school. Calendar . . . Monday V Girls vs Balmoral Hall @ ICS 6:00pm Wednesday High School X-Country provincials @ Spruce Woods V Girls vs Gray Academy @ ICS 6:00pm V Boys vs Gray Academy @ ICS 7:30pm Thursday JV Girls vs Balmoral Hall @ ICS 6:00pm Monday, Oct. 26 V Girls @ St. Maurice 6:00pm Wednesday, Oct. 28 V Girls @ U of W 4:30pm Thursday, Oct. 29 JV Girls @ St. Boniface 6:00pm Friday, Saturday October 30 and 31 Varsity Girls @ Boys @ Ste Anne for tournament JV Girls Volleyball Tournament in Teulon On Saturday, October 17, 2009 the JV girls‟ the Teulon Saints. This game proved to be volleyball team entered the small town of costly as we lost both sets to Teulon and we lost Teulon to play in their invitational volleyball one of our players to a head injury. The JV girls tournament. The mood was welcoming and the remained positive as they were now in third ICS girls were very excited to be there. Their place and going to the semi-finals. In the semi- first opponent of the day was the Stonewall finals they met the Teulon Saints again. This Rams. The game started out very well, but as the time however, the girls were eager to win and to game progressed the Rams proved that, at this go onto the finals. They took Teulon in two sets time, they were too strong an adversary. After a by scores of 25 – 17 and 25 – 16. The last short break the Girls returned to the floor to play opponent of the day was a rematch against the Arborg. The first set was a very competitive set, Stonewall Rams. The girls were eager to take but Arborg proved to be a little bit better as they them on again and were hoping for a win. took the set 25:24. But the ICS girls returned to However, once again Stonewall proved to be too the floor hoping to take the next set from strong an opponent as they took the ICS JV girls Arborg. Well the Girls managed to maintain a volleyball team in two sets by very close scores lead throughout the game and took this set of 25 – 23 and 25 – 22. However, as you can see 25:21. The Girls now had a record of 1 and 3 the girls grew throughout the tournament. The and were up against a team that was 3 and 1. highlight of the day was to see the girls bond as However the record did not seem to be an a unit as they continued to be successful. So if indicator of success as the Girls took both these you see: Kylie, Alina, Sarah, Nicole, Mikayla, sets from Riverton to go into a tie with Riverton Marjorie, Jenna, Kari, Brianna, Kristi, Anna- with 3 wins and 3 loses. The final game of the Marie, and Cherika, congratulate them on their round robin was to be against the home team, success and on a great day! S. Van Veen *** NEWS FROM THE LIBRARY . . . A Great Look at Creation’s ABCs: available at our school library D is for Dinosaur, by Ken and Mally, features clever cartoons and catchy rhymes to make clear the Bible‟s revelation of what happened “in the beginning.” For parents, there is a look at how the work of scientists confirms or (seemingly) contradicts the Biblical account, and how to react. Confirmed library hours: Tuesday and Thursday mornings. *** ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM NEWS: Kindergarten: Mrs. Nyhof with Grade One. The students were very After an extra long weekend, we went on our excited about this and couldn‟t wait. Thanks to first field trip – a Fall Walk to Kildonan Park our drivers, Mrs.Raap, Mrs.Gortemaker, Mrs. Verhelst, Mrs. Poppe and Mrs. Veldman. We Memory Work Text: Genesis 17:7 (know for appreciate your bravery to face the brisk fall Friday, Oct. 30) weather with us! Due to our field trip and Word Wall Words: me, my, her, can, not, see, Thanksgiving, our week was incredibly short. some, what (know for Monday, Oct. 26); do, Students seem to be settled in routines and are so, one, yes, will, into, when, this, BONUS: really enjoying the small group work we do. Bible (know for Friday, Oct. 30) Next week, we will continue to talk about signs Show & Tell: Oct. 20-22: T– Summer, W – of fall, and do some fall crafts. Here‟s what‟s Carson, Th – Alicia; Oct. 26–30: M – Jordan V., planned for this week (since you get this on T – Mallory, W – Julia, Th – Austin, F – Naomi Monday already): Bible: We will start a new unit, which includes Library Day: Monday for K students the following stories: A Wife for Isaac; Jacob Bible Stories: Monday –Abraham Loves God and the Birthright; Jacob and the Blessing; the Most; Wednesday – Isaac and Rebekah Jacob on the Run; Jacob in Paddan Aram; Jacob Memory Work: Song: Hymn 45: 3 Text: Escapes from Laban; and Jacob‟s Homecoming. (We‟ll start this on Wed.): Genesis 8:22 Following this, we will review and have a Bible Show and Tell: Monday –Logan, Melissa and test. Benjamin; Wednesday –Drew, Hannah and ELA: We have been working our way through Ashley. the Animated Literacy program that the students Math: We will be working on sorting different were introduced to in Kindergarten. The sounds objects. we‟ve learned/reviewed so far are: Polly Language Arts: We will start talking about the Panda‟s sound “p”, spelled “p”; Uncle Upton‟s sound for the letter M and Mimi the Mermaid. sound “uh”, spelled “u” or “a”; Mimi On Wednesday, if each student could bring in Mermaid‟s sound “m”, spelled “m”; Ollie one thing that begins with the sound of the Ostrich‟s sound “aw”, spelled “o,” “aw,” or letter “M” that would be great. “au.” We‟ve practiced using these letters and Social Studies: Keep an eye out for signs of sounds to write “pup,” “pop,” and “mom.” Next fall! We will be working on a little “play”/poem we will discuss Max the Ox‟s sound “ks,” related to fall. spelled “x” or “ks,” and Actress Annie‟s sound “ah” (as in apple), spelled “a.” Grade 1: Miss Harke Math: We have finished our unit on Patterns. We‟ve had an exciting short week! On Next, we will learn about equality and Wednesday, we went on a Fall Walk with the inequality. Kindergarten students at Kildonan Park, where Social Studies: We are talking about the we collected signs of Fall. Students brought reasons we celebrate and the ways we celebrate back bags of coloured leaves, pine cones, dead special events. flowers and other signs of the change of the seasons. Thank you to all the moms who drove Grade 2: Miss Vandermeulen and supervised for this trip! On Friday, the Memory Song: Hymn 57:1 (due Oct 22) Psalm students were surprised to find pets in our 24:4 (due Oct 30) classroom! The students brainstormed and voted Memory Text: Psalm 103:8-12: “The LORD is on names for our three mice. They chose compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, Hammy, Katie, and Mousey. abounding in love. He will not always accuse, Memory Work Song: Hymn 10:10 (know for nor will he harbor his anger forever; he does not Monday, Oct. 26), Hymn 41:1 (know for treat us as our sins deserve or repay us according Friday, Oct. 30) to our iniquities. For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his love for those Taryn, Serena, Katy-Beth, Emily, Nicole. Nov who fear him; as far as the east is from the west, 13 – Joshua, Morgan, Naomi, Megan, Shayna. so far has he removed our transgressions from Nov 20 – Kazia, Benjamin, Brianna, Aiden, us.” (due Oct 30). Kirsten. Nov 27 – Taryn, Serena, Katy-Beth, Bible: Elijah Prays for Rain – Elijah Runs Away Emily, Nicole. Dec 4 – Joshua, Morgan, – Ahab Becomes a Thief – Elijah Goes to Naomi, Megan, Shayna Heaven – God‟s Miracles Through Elisha – Naaman the Leper – Elisha and the Army of Grade 3: Miss VanDoornik God – King Jehu – King Joash. Memory Work: For Oct. 22 – Psalm 138:2; for Devotions: Leading Little Ones to God, Oct. 30 – Hymn 33:2 Chapters 22-27 Memory Work Text: For Oct. 30 – The Health: Qualities that make us a good friend Disciples and a good neighbour. We are working on Bible: We are starting Unit 3: Jacob and Joseph recognizing these qualities in others and in (Gen. 27-49) ourselves as well as practicing good neighbour Spelling Words: For Oct. 22 – game, much, behaviours. lake, trunk, snake, skunk, sing, friend, king, Math: Odd and even numbers – Estimating - people, same, gave Rounding For Oct. 30 we will be reviewing the following Mental Math: Adding doubles continued – words – because, they, friend, said, egg, people, Doubles plus one (if 7+7 is 14 then 7+8 must be just, girl, here, much one more than 14) Word Wall Words: For Oct. 22 – too, city, Science/Social: Growth & Changes in Animals prettiest, was, community. For Oct. 30 – – We plan to wrap up this unit with a trip to countries, exciting, there, they‟re, went Petland on Tuesday, to get some hands-on Health: We have been learning about our body. experience with animals. Thanks to all those We have learned about our skin, muscles, and parents who volunteered to help out as drivers bones. Next, we will look at our blood, and chaperones! This week we will write a breathing, digestion, our “waste treatment Science test to review what we have learned in plant”, and central control system. this unit. In the coming weeks we will be Science: Our soil unit has come to an end. On exploring a unit on health and nutrition. Thursday, October 22, we will have a test on our Grade 2/ Gym: Gym days: Tuesdays and soil unit. Thursdays. We will be moving from balance skills to ball skills. Our first skill we will Grade 4: Mr. den Hollander practice will be ball rolling. Following this we Bible: We are starting on our second unit this will be moving onto ball bouncing and ball year and will start by studying the birth, calling throwing. and life of Samuel. We have reviewed all the Spelling: Lesson 5: set, head, help, yet, bread, bible books that precede this in order to give us belt, tent, said, bed, sell (due Oct 22) Lesson 6: a basis for where we begin this year‟s study of Review Lesson Israel in the Promised Land. Word Wall Words: knew, with, into, saw, Math: We will be moving from our study of black (due Oct 22) car, one, of, off, or (due Oct equations and starting to look at whole numbers. 30) We will start by reviewing place value. Lunch: Reading Fairy Tales E.L.A: Now that Charlotte‟s web is done we are Show and Tell Schedule: Oct 30 – Kazia, working on some wrap up activities. Students Benjamin, Brianna, Aiden, Kirsten. Nov 6 – are spending some time writing plays based on the book and will be practicing them to perform Word‟. We will start with Chapter 1: “The Path them to the class. They will also have watched of the Church.” the video on Friday. We‟ll see how the book ELA: We will be discussing the last “World compares with the video and what is preferred. Wide Kids: Egypt and Guatemala,” with Time Permitting, we will start on a poetry unit. comprehensive reading activities about Social Studies: We have moved into our next imaginative language and the viewing and unit study. This unit is called Living in Canada describing of pictures. and deals with Canada‟s government, the need Spelling: Due October 22 - Unit 5 for laws, rights and responsibilities and many Homework: - p. 21 # 3, p. 22 # 4, 1, 2, p. 23 # other activities. It looks like it will be another 1, 2 , p. 24 # 4 or - p. 24 # 1, 2, p.25 # 4, 5, 6 interesting unit. and make a sentence with each New Word from Memory Work: Psalm 66:1; 1 Samuel 2: 1-2 # 6. Due October 29 - Unit 6 Homework: Every 6th Unit is about looking Grade 5: Mrs. Heidema back. This means the test on Friday will be Also this year there was no way around it ;-) about the five former Units (Unit 1-5), 16 words Grade 5 is having Class Councils again! Here‟s at random. Parents please take a look at the an explanation for those of you who haven‟t words that need extra practice. Homework: p. experienced this before. All students will 26 and 27, all exercises, for all students. participate in a Class Council for one term. The Math: We will start our new Unit on Whole council meets once a week and organizes Numbers. activities for Grade 5. Besides to have fun the Social Studies 5+6: The Red River Rebellion: purpose is to develop some cooperative, how did Manitoba come to join Confederation? planning and leadership skills. Students have to What were the events resulting in this decision? listen to one another, to work together and to What role did Louis Riel play? stick to their plans. It also offers them a Science: We will learn more about the Digestive possibility to share and develop their talents. System by doing some experiments. How does Many times we stand amazed about things that this system work? How do we get the nutrients come about through these councils! out of the food we eat? How does the body get This year six students ran for President. After rid of waste? their speeches we held elections. That was very French 5+6: We are learning the names of exciting (and for some nerve wrecking)! Ashton, animals (Les Animeaux de Compagnie) and will Daniel and Jared were elected. Compliments for start to use them in short sentences. the ones who didn‟t get enough votes, they took their loss graciously. Grade 6: Mr. Folkerts So this is Class Council I: Ashton, Nate, Next week I will be away Thursday through Rebecca and Carrie. It‟s your turn now, till Monday for my brother‟s wedding. Thank-you December‟s Report Card comes! Mrs. Versteeg for filling in for me. For next week: Helpers: Ashton & Daniel Industrial Arts: The next I.A. will be on (Oct.19); Leonard & Nate (Oct.26) October 21. ISC Safety Patrol: Grade 5 member team Memory Work: Due Thursday, October 16: Memory Work: Text: due Friday November 6 Text: Philippians 1:9-11 Song: Psalm – Ex. 20:8-17; Song: due Friday October 30 – H 14:1. 62:1 due Friday November 6 – H 41:2 Memory Work: Due Friday, October 30: Song: Bible: Students will study Church History now Psalm 17:1. with help from the textbook: „The Flame of the Spelling: Lesson 6: Looking Back – Remember to make all corrections from the previous lesson. venir. Write list words in alphabetical order, page 26- Math 7 – Last week we learned a new way to 27 # 2-5; Dictionary Skills: 1-3; Grammar represent integers (positive and negative tiles). Power: 1-4. (Due Thursday, October 22) this week we will learn how to add integers Lesson 7 – R-controlled Vowels. Remember to using the tiles and number lines. We will also make all corrections from the previous lesson. begin work on the subtraction of integers. Write the list words in alphabetical order. Students will write a quiz on Thursday, this Observing Patterns: 1-3; Discovering Patterns: week, since Friday is an in-service day. 1, 2; Exploring Patterns: 1, 2; Challenges with Math 8 – Tues. – TEST on Squares, Square Words: 1, 3, 5. (Due Friday, October 30) Roots & Pythagorean Theorem; Wed. Oct. 28 – ELA: In Peacemakers we‟ll begin lesson 6 on QUIZ on Multiplication and Division of Conflict is an Opportunity. INTEGERS. Math: Students have been busy balancing Science 7 – Students completed their research equations using counters and grid paper. on geothermal energy and fossil fuels, compiling Parents please help out you child as necessary their information into a report format or power with their math homework as these concepts can point presentation. Next we will make a class be difficult to grasp. Working through text scrapbook about the mineral resources found in examples will help students in their homework. Manitoba and Canada; each student will be There will be a math test on Patterns and given a two-page spread to complete about their Equations Thursday. assigned mineral. Science: Students completed a number of SocSt 7 - Today we began work on Chapter 1 activities to prove Bernoulli‟s Principle that the in our text which reviews some of the mapping faster air moves the less pressure it has. Next skills we studied in our introduction unit. week we‟ll be applying this principle to flight. Students will be engaged in many activities that Students can begin looking for paper airplane involve an atlas in this unit. designs, as we will be experimenting how SocSt 8 – Most students completed their airplanes are controlled. imaginary Civilization assignments in class Church History: We will continue our unit on today. It is due at the beginning of Wednesday‟s William Tyndale. class. We will begin our last learning experience for Cluster 1 on Wednesday as well. We will Grade 7/8: examine what history is, why we study it, and Band 11G (gr 7-10) A reminder to all band how we can learn about the past. students that you DO NOT need to bring ELA 7/8: We had our first successful Book your band instruments on Tuesday…. that’s Report Café and we were able to share our tomorrow! You need to bring your review reading with our group. Students will receive sheets and have them completed as details for the next Book Report assignment, homework for tomorrow. It is also important which is due on Dec. 1, and the Book Report that you keep up a daily practice routine of Café will be held on Dec. 3. We will do two 15 minutes per day. activities this week, which focus on the French 7: Unit 1 Test on Tuesday; Listening technique of Flashback in Language, and the Test on Thursday. We will then begin our look second deals with end punctuation in our at how to ask questions about other people. writing. On Thursday, Oct. 22 the grade 7 French 8: Vocab Quiz on places on Thursday; students will have a novel study test on “Banner we‟ll continue our look at aller and the near in the Sky” and the grade 8‟s on “Cue for future. We‟ll also begin our look at the verb Treason.” If the Banner in the Sky video arrives in time the grade 7‟s will watch that this week English 30S: Due beginning of Tuesday – as well. Spelling assignments were handed in READO journal. Your next assignment will today and your first test reviewing Units 1-5 will respond to Macbeth with deadlines on be on Wednesday. Wednesday and Thursday; next unit is on Real Bible 7/8: We will continue our study of Communication. passages from the book of Jeremiah. Physics 30S (Grades 11/12) – Thurs. – QUIZ on Universal Gravitation; Tues. Oct. 27 – QUIZ on Frictional Forces; Fri. Oct. 30 – QUIZ on HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION: Electric Fields. Math 10F (Grade 9) – Tues. – QUIZ on Scale French 30S/40S: mercredi: quoi de neuf; jeudi: Factor and Scale Diagrams + Similar Polygons la météo; mardi, le 27 octobre: test à l‟écoute; and Triangles; Thurs. – QUIZ on Symmetry; mercredi, le 28 octobre – test à l‟écrite Tues. Oct. 27 – UNIT TEST on Similarity and PhysEd 30F/40F: Wednesday: floor hockey : Transformations. co-ed. Interviews nest week Tuesday and French 10G: Quiz on Tuesday on weekend en Thursday, see posted schedule for your ville; Quiz next Tuesday on un weekend à Paris interview slot. Be sure to fill in your log sheets! and un weekend à la campagne; Quiz next World Issues: Each day, someone must bring Friday on A la campagne an article to discuss with the class. Currently Drama (Grade 9/10): Staging diagrams due looking at what`s left of Russia. Next up: the beginning of class Tuesday, October 20; Middle East. Click on coldwar in personal playbooks due beginning of class www.delicious.com/literatureman for some Thursday, October 22. Stage rehearsals every intriguing stuff about Soviet threats past and two days, with marking starting next week. present. Be ready for quizzes and reporting on Performing at the October 30 Reformation Day assigned questions on the material from the assembly. textbook. Futures in Business (Grade 9/10): Module 5 RefSt Gr. 11 – In pairs, students have reviewed test on Thursday, October 22. Final exam on the Book of Proverbs to determine what this Friday, October 30. Final Project due book says about wisdom, friendships, beginning of class Friday, November 6. neighbours, wealth and poverty, work, etc. They Art 9 – Students have completed a lot of will now share this with the class. preliminary work/practice for their Remembrance Day posters and will now start on Pre-Calculus 40S – Thurs. – QUIZ on Solving the real thing. Trigonometric Equations (using Trig Identities); SocSt gr. 9 - Students will write their first Unit Tues. Oct. 27 – TEST on Trigonometric test on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Their scrapbooks are Identities and Solving Trig Equations; Fri. Oct. due on the same day. 30 – QUIZ on Laws of Exponents and Exponential Functions.
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