HCS HERALD A weekly newsletter of Heritage Christian School P. O. Box 400 Jordan Station, Ontario L0R 1S0 905 562 7303 (office) 905 562 0020 (fax) WEBSITE: www.hcsjordan.ca email@example.com April 8, 2011 We’re looking forward to greeting our senior supporters next week Friday for Grandparents Day. We’ve prepared an excellent program for your enjoyment and we can’t wait to present it to you. See you next week, D. V. HCS Calendar April 9 GST Auction May 2 & 3 Secondary Work Days April 11 Hep B vaccinations May 2-5 French 12 To Montreal Supermarket Orders Due May 3 Gr. 3B to Albright Manor April 12 Gr. 4B to UMH May 4 Jr. Div. Sports Day Redeemer Science Fair May 5 Gr. 7&8 Speech Contest April 13 Elem Pizza Day May 6 Secondary Choir Festival April 15 Grandparents Day May 9 Promotion Comm Mtg, 8 p.m. at Vandermeulen‟s Secondary Progress Reports May 10 Gr. 2B to United Menn. Home April 18 PTA Meeting May 13 Primary Div. Book Character Day April 19 Gr. 4A to Shalom Manor May 14 Volleyball Fundraiser Sec. P/T Conferences May 17-20 Secondary Trip Week April 20 Secondary Chapel May 17 Gr. 5A to Shalom Manor April 21 Elementary Assembly May 19 Gr. 9 to Toronto, Gr. 11 to Niagara Falls Supermarket Pick Up May 20 Elementary Field Day Secondary Wacky Hair Day May 23 Victoria Day April 22 Good Friday May 26 Gr. 1B to Lookout Point April 25 Easter Monday Membership Meeting Fundraising Meeting May 27 Gr. 6 Hike May 2 Secondary EdComm Meeting Gr. 4B to Dundurn Castle Grandparents Day 2011 Volunteers Bakers: Please have 2 doz. cookies~squares at the school by 9:00 am on Fri. Apr 15 Lisa Antonides, Darlene Bax, Lisa Bok, Sonja Bosch, Mary Bosman, Linda Brouwer, Lydia Bruining, Marlene Dasselaar, Sheryl DeKlerk, Joanne DeKorte, Connie DeRoche, Nikki DeVries, Kathy Emmanuel, Marcia Fennema, Patricia Huizenga, Sharlene Huizinga, Stephanie Grin, Doreen Groen, Anna Groen, Carolyn Groot, Pam Heida, Joanne Heikoop, Amanda Hol, Karen Kamphuis, Lori~Ann Kemper, Connie Kiers, Christine Klyn~Hesselink, Wilma Kuivenhoven Marlene Langendoen, Nicole Larson, Becky Lindenboom, Janet Pennings, Cheryl Pols, Nada Prinsen, Rachelle Roelofsen, Kelly Slingerland, Sandy Stares, Yvonne Struyk, Dinie Tamminga, Vanessa Terlouw, Cornelia Terlouw, Melissa Tigchelaar, Lori Tuinstra, Saskia vanBarneveld, Shirley Vandenbrink, Charlene VandenEnde, Karin VanderMeulen, Alida VanderMolen ,Linda Vanderwetering, Evelyn VanDyke, Caroline VanDyken, Janet VanHuizen, Liz vanSteekelenburg, Laurie VanVliet, Gesine VanVliet, Adriana Veld, Miriam Verburg, Marita Wagner, Theresa Wagter, AnnaMarie Wassenaar, Marnie Werdekker Thurs. Apr. 14 1:00~3:00pm ~ help in kitchen with food prep and/or set up in gym Lisa Antonides, Lisa Bakker, Glenda deSchiffart, Angela Hagen, Marlene Linzel, Liz vanSteekelenburg Fri. Apr. 15 9:30~12:30 pm ~help with coffee service & lunch prep* Joanne DeKorte, Boukje Elgersma, Michelle Gerritsen, Elaine Korvemaker, Jeanette Otten, Fran Tigchelaar, Harriet Vaisanen, Linda Vanderwetering Fri. Apr.15 11:30~2:30pm ~serve lunch & cleanup*(please bring a soup pan & ladle) Joanne DeKorte, Hannie Fledderus, Renee Jacobi, Charlene Nieuwenhuyzen, Leanne Otten, Kerrie Radsma, Sheri Sinke, Sheila Wagter, All those helping for the day are asked to park in the arena parking lot. *Those serving coffee and/or lunch are asked to please dress neatly~dress pants or skirt. General School News GRANDPARENTS DAY: Attention annual Grandparents Day on Friday, from 9:15 to 10:25 am. The children all grandparents and seniors: Whether April 15, 2011, at Heritage Christian and teachers are preparing a special you have children in the school or not, School. You will have the opportunity program and at noon a lunch will be you are most welcome to attend our to visit the children in their classrooms served. We would love to see you Heritage GST Auction! Saturday questions contact Anna Groen (905- there! April 9th is the big day! Items can be 892-6987) DVDs Available A DVD of the dropped off at the school from 12-3 Lovable Labels Have you lost too grandparents day program will be pm- please mark it with your item #. many mittens to count? Are you tired produced next week. If you would like Doors open at 5:00 pm for supper, the of rewriting names in your children‟s to reserve one, please call or email the auction will start at 6:00 pm. Please clothes because it washes out? Are office. You will need to indicate who plan on joining us! you ready for a great solution? The we can send it home with when they Food Service Saturday April 9 GST PTA now has a fundraiser for lovable are completed. They will cost $5. Auction help - thank you to everyone labels. The fundraiser is all online. Uniforms: Parents, please ensure who responded, your help is You place an order and it is delivered that your children are not coming to appreciated. Kitchen Help 2 -5 pm: to your home. It is a great, easy school with coloured camisoles, Linda & Rachel Slingerland. Kitchen solution to the problem of tracking undergarments, t-shirts, or Help 3 - 5 pm : Marita Wagner, Kathy down all your children‟s items out of “hempies” under their white Emmanuel. Dishwashers: Art the lost and found! All you need to do uniform tops. Also, we are Veldhuizen, Bill Vlaardingerbroek. is go to continuing to see socks that are not Supper Servers @ 4:30 pm- Melinda www.HeritageCS.lovablelabels.ca and white or navy. Thanks for your Pouli, Joanne Heikoop, John Sikkens, the school will receive a percentage of cooperation in maintaining the Liz Van Steekelenburg. Cashiers @ the profits. uniform standards. 4:30 pm - Andy & Laurie VanVliet. Love to talk? New Committee - Parking: When attending an event or Coffee/Dessert Counter 4:30 - 6:30 Members needed: The Board has helping out at the school, please do pm - Harold & Lisa Antonides, Corrie approved the formation of a new not park at the Immanuel Orthodox Zylstra. Coffee/Dessert Counter 6:30 - committee to promote, monitor and set Reformed Church parking lot. We 8:30 pm - Andrea Otten, Margaret goals for the endowment fund at need this parking lot as a playground Vandermeyden, Jen Schouwenaar. Heritage Christian School. Potential for the primary students. Table Clearer 5 - 8 pm - Katrina & committee members are individuals Entering/Exiting HCS parking lot in Zach Sikkens, Cliff & Henrietta who know the basics of what an AM and PM: For safety reasons, VanDyken. Table Clearers 8pm - End endowment fund is and how it benefits please ALWAYS enter the front - Jessica Suk, Scott Lindeboom the school (no in depth knowledge parking lot through the west entrance PTA Members: Please remember to needed -- that is why we have and exit through the east entrance. make 2 desserts for the GST partnered with Christian Stewardship We especially need your cooperation Auction. Your contributions are much Services), are able to represent the in this matter to ensure bus/student appreciated! committee at membership meetings safety. TRIP Facts We have 210 families. If and/or grandparent's day, and are Grandparent’s Day: Parents, please they all order $150 groceries and $50 "people-persons." The committee is be reminded that students need to gas each week, this earns them expected to meet 1-2 times per wear “program uniform” (see Parent $187.20 and the school year. Plus you'll get "GIVE" hours Handbook) for Grandparent‟s Day. $280.80. Grand total earned is for attending membership That means white tops for everyone, $98,280. We have over 310 registered meetings! If you have any questions pants for boys, and skirts for girls. with the program and then we could about the responsibilities for the Jumpers and skorts are not permitted. earn $145,080. This is all outside committee, please contact Pam Also, please ensure that the girl’s money, not out of your pocket. Hessels at 905-386-0492. If you are skirts are of modest length. Thank- Now if everyone just gets on parent or willing to join the Endowment You for your cooperation in this in-law to use the program we could Committee, please contact one of the matter! earn even more. The TRIP ladies board members. HCSS Work Days Once again this spend at least 10 hours each week HCS Fundraiser – Volleyball spring, secondary students and doing the program and need to count Tournament Saturday, May 14. teachers will be working to raise funds on the membership for a few moments Now is the time to get a team for the expansion project – specifically of organization. Even Tim's earns the together! Get a group of friends, Secondary Gym Sports Equipment. school 5% ($1.52 x 52 weeks X 3 = family or neighbours together for a Could you use some help with spring $237.00 this earns you almost $5 and fun day of volleyball. There is a cleaning either inside your house or the school $7.50 that is just 3 coffees a minimum of 6 players per team with outside in the yard? Could you use week for a year.) Keep in mind also minimum 2 female players on a team. some extra hands for cuttings or that you need to use the program all Recommended age to play is 16 years potting in the greenhouse? Could you year long, even in the summer and and up –team discretion. Cost per use some help in the office? This year during the holidays. We would love a person is $25. Sign up is limited to 12 the HCSS Work Days are Monday, holiday too but then the school loses teams so get your team submitted May 2nd and Tuesday, May 3rd. If out. Place your orders today!! early! There will be a mystery prize you‟d like to hire some help or if you SUPERMARKET: Order Forms for the winning team. Please contact have any questions, please direct them have been sent out. We hope you all Mike Vrugteveen for more details or to Mr. Huizenga at had a chance to look them over. Just a to sign up your team. Mike – 905- firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office. reminder that order forms are due 892-5887 or email@example.com Monday, April 11th! If you have any General Elementary News special sounds as well as work at Grade 1B –Miss Boonstra Greetings, Junior Division: Cozy-up and Read using all our skills in reading and Parents: Memory Work: Ps. 145:20; – As part of our BookWorm Reading writing! Memory work for Mon. gym, library, Thurs. gym; Per Incentive program at HCS we will be Wednesday is Psalm 23:1. son of the Week: Taylor Bosch, In setting aside an hour on Friday, April Kindergarten B – Mrs. Harsevoort Bible we will continue to learn 15 for Gr. 4-6 students and teachers to 1. Thank-you for supporting our about Daniel and will begin our pull out a chapter book. Students are Reading Incentive Program. So many Easter Unit. A new Math letter went permitted to bring one stuffed of you returned completed Record home today. We are looking forward character OR a blanket for the Sheets. I hope you continue to enjoy to our next unit on Birds. Thank you afternoon read, but it needs to be the daily reading habit. 2. If you have for sending in 2L pop bottles. We reasonable size to keep our classrooms not yet returned your child's report hope to use them soon in our gym clear for Grandparents Day. Let‟s card, could you please send it to class. We will be having an Easter cozy up to a good book. school? Thanks. 3. Please remember Assembly on Thursday, Apr. Chocolate Bar Sale There are still to arrange transportation for your child 21. Your child is expected to come in around 40 families who have not yet on Grandparents' Day and pick him or program attire for this assembly. paid for their chocolate bars. If you her up from the K room at noon. 4. Thanks are one of them, could you please send We started our Rhyme Time Show & Grade 2A – Miss Nieuwenhuis Dear the money in ASAP. The cost is Tell. If you have any questions, Parents! 1. We have started the Bible $60.00 per box. Please do not send please feel free to call me. Please stories from the New Testament. This cash. Cheques are made payable to return the book on the following week's stories were about the HCS PTA. Stayed tuned for the top school day, so that the next child can temptations of the Lord Jesus and the sellers... Questions? Call Stephanie take it home. 5. On Friday, April 8th first disciples. 2. We are in need of Grin. Thank you for your the students brought home memory more Kleenex boxes. The children cooperation. work for Easter. It's from Matthew just keep on having all these Field Day Re: Student exceptions for 28. Only verse 5 is due on Tuesday, colds....looking forward to the warmer Field Day. All students who have April 19th. weather. Could you please send one repeated a grade are encouraged to Grade 1A – Miss Wierenga 1. Wow! or two more boxes with your child to participate in Field Day with their age The reading just continues! Thanks school. Greatly appreciated. 3. group. Students who do not parents! Several bookmarks have Memory work for next week is: Psalm participate with their age group are not been earned already. That is 27: 1 and 2 and the O.T. Bible books eligible for Master Field Day. A encouraging. 2. Thank you also for from Genesis to Lamentations. The student may participate with his/her the book orders. Another package is spelling unit is 27. 4. The time is class group, however, only with coming home today. Keep the orders going by fast. We are looking forward permission from the parents. If this coming, as they earn free books and to Grandparents Day next week. applies to your child, please inform stickers for our classroom. 3. Ask Warm regards! your child‟s teacher of any changes your child about miracles and Grade 2B – Mrs. Boekestyn Dear before Friday, April 15. wonders, usual and unusual, favourite Parents, This week has been a tough Primary Book Character Dress-Up pies, nautical flags, Elijah, Elisha, week for me as my husband‟s family Day: An advance notice for students Naboth, and the priests of Baal. has mourned the loss of a loved one, in Grades K-3 about Book Character 4. Reminders for next week: yet the children‟s faith is inspiring as Dress-Up Day on Friday, May 13th. TUES: gym clothes, library books it has led us to talk about heaven and Stay posted, your child‟s teacher will and dues. WED: pizza day THURS: our comfort in Christ. We have be sending home the particulars for gym clothes. FRI: memory work: Ps. finished our “Rainbow Fish” for art their class. 56:3, Spelling test on lesson and they have turned out beautifully. I Grades 2-3: We apologize for the 22. From Miss Suk: 1. We would am impressed with the great detail that late notice, but, we are asking if each like to thank Mrs. Groen, Mr. C. was put into this project. We are also child in Grade 2 and 3 could bring Otten, Mrs. H. VanDyk, Ella working on Self-Portraits as we learn along a coloured handkerchief to be Tigchelaar's sisters, and Mrs. C. Otten how God created our unique faces. We worn around the neck for for coming to our class to share their have begun reading and studying One Grandparent‟s Day. It doesn‟t matter talents and instruments with us! We Morning In Maine and once again I what colour. learned a lot about the trumpet, violin, see how much improvement there is in accordion, harmonica, and flute! reading as your children are reading Kindergarten A – Mrs. Emmanuel 2. Our unit on Peter Rabbit has come with great expression and fluency. In This week we started the Easter story to a close and we are now reading gym we have are starting to do some in our Bible lessons. The Last Supper "Big Sarah's Little Boots." 3. We practice for track and field day. Along tied in nicely with our Passover story have also finished our unit on Bones with the other grade 2 and 3 classes, from Egypt - ask your child for and Muscles and have just started a we have been practicing often for details. On Wednesday your child new unit on Japan! 4. Ask your child Grandparent‟s Day and we are all very brought home a storybook about suitcases, Japan's flag, excited for Friday. Please see the note reader. Please practice it and send it homonym tree, planting boots in the about the children wearing back on Monday. Now that we are ground, Naaman's leprosy, and handkerchiefs on Friday. We have finished the letters we will learn some blinded Syrians. also been writing poems about our grandparents. Please remember about Constellations in Science. Spelling today will be much more encouraging. program uniform for Grandparent‟s will Lesson 26 next week. Our Students can look forward to a much Day. I hope you all have a wonderful Grandparents Day practices are going more relaxed week next week! weekend! Reminders for next week: well. We are really enjoying the Coming up next week: Monday: Monday: Girl‟s show and tell, Library songs we have learned. The halls phys. ed., library books due Tuesday: Friday: Boy‟s show and tell, seem to be filled with "whistling!" UMH trip (PROGRAM UNIFORM), Grandparent‟s Day, Spelling Test 27, Grade 4A – Mrs. Baartman The library Wednesday: phys. ed., Memory Work: Col. 3:13-14 (sorry, students in Grade 4A had quite the Thursday: MW Hebrews my mistake with Galatians last week) "wacky" hair on Wednesday! It's 11:1,4,5,7,8,11,17 (tested orally), Grade 3A - Mr. Wensink Greetings. always great to see the effort and spelling test lesson 27 Friday: GP Oral presentation on a fruit or enthusiasm put into the creation of Day (PROGRAM UNIFORM), cozy vegetable have all been very well done their hairstyles! Next week will be up and read in the afternoon (bring with just a few still to complete. Many busy yet exciting preparing for and books, pillows etc..) interesting facts are being clearly practicing for Grandparent's Day. As a Grade 5A – Mr. Jansen The students presented. Grandparent's Day result, there will be no memory work performed well on the Bible test this practices have been a whistling great next week. Instead, students will be week. We have finished another math time. We're almost ready for Friday, expected to memorize the words for unit on multiplying and dividing but are the grandparents ready? Our "Bless This House." Each student has fractions; the test will be on Tuesday. plant studies continue for 2 more a copy of this song at school. Parents, The students can prepare by doing weeks as we learn so much about our please remember that you child needs some questions from the review Creator's design. In Math we began to wear program uniform on Friday. lesson. The recorder test next week Measurement. Look for an Friday afternoon the Jr. Division will will be based on song #107, “Frere introduction sheet along with participate in Cozy-up-and-Read; all Jacques”. The book talks and completed work, tests and more students will need to ensure they have newscasts will be done on Tuesday by information on Monday. For our Bible their silent reading books at school for Micah V., Garrett B., Julia C., Harm memory we will have a fill in the that afternoon. We will have a Bible Jan D., and Peter D. The memory blank test of the key words from Test on Thursday on the stories #53- work for next week will be Psalm 98: Matthew 5:3-14. (the Beatitudes, salt 63. A review sheet will be in the duo- 3-4. and light) In Bible, we are learning of tangs on Monday. Next week's Grade 5/6 – Mr. Kemper Greetings! the events leading up to Good Friday Spelling Test #27 will be on Thursday There are several tests and quizzes and Easter. Our Spelling is Unit 28 rather than Friday. Also, students will next week so students should do their and our recorder song for this week is have a Recorder Test on S#36 on best to be well-rested and well- #24, "Hush Little Baby". Our students Thursday. A reminder that our prepared. We are looking forward to have some creative and colourful art upcoming Service Trip to Shalom Grandparents' Day on Friday. The on display in the hall and classroom to Manor in on Tues.Apr.19th. Have a students are doing a fine job during get ready for Friday, and our 103 wonderful weekend! practices. In Bible, we are nearing the plants are growing well. (as are their Grade 4B – Mrs. Zwiep Greetings, end of a unit; therefore, students caregivers) Blessings. Parents! Another enjoyable and should begin reviewing for a test on Grade 3B – Miss Petersen Students productive week has flown by in our the week of the 18th. Students will be are looking forward to visiting and classroom. Students enjoyed a few coming home with home packages on performing for their Grandparents on afternoons of sunshine after the Friday. The first sheet needs to be Friday. You may have heard them gloomy weather we have been having signed and I would like the tests and “whistling while they work” around lately. Thank you to all the parents quizzes returned to school in the the house! Students did a lot of who volunteered to drive for our envelope provided. Information about excellent work this week, despite UMH service trip on Tuesday. If I the Grade 6 hike has also come home. some grey, dull days. Let‟s keep up confirmed that you were driving in You are free to join us for the hike. On the momentum, Grade 3! Reminders: your child‟s agenda, please look for a Monday, Mr. Enter will be coming to Monday: Library Books Friday: details note that went home today. our class to begin a unit on Plants. Bring a handkerchief. Program Please note that the inclusion of the Reminders: Mon-Sp. Pre-test (26), Uniform for Memory Work Quiz on date for our class trip in the last Library. Tues-Gr. 5 Math Test, H. Ephesians 6: 17 and Recorder Test on newsletter was to mark your calendar Packages due. Wed-Gr. 5 Grammar Song #29 “Ode to Joy” Timestables: only. Driver forms for Dundurn Test, Gr. 6 Grammar Quiz, Pizza Day. Please continue to practice tables 0-9, Castle will not be sent home until the Thurs-Gr. 6 Math Test, Spelling Test regularly!! Keeping tabs on your middle of May. Drivers will be (26), MW (Eph. 2:3-4). Fri- child‟s math drill scores will give you “picked from a hat” in order to ensure Grandparents' Day. Have a wonderful an idea if more practice is necessary. fairness. Students worked hard on weekend! From Mrs. Korevaar Thank you all their math tests this week. Did you Grade 6A – Mr. Enter Coming up so much for your gifts, cards, and see the grammar quiz that came home next week: Mon. – Home Package well-wishes for my birthday this past on Thursday? Most students did very due; Justice System with Mr. Kemper; week. Next week our Bible stories poorly on this quiz. After some extra Tues. – Library, BookTalk (BritH, will be about Easter. We will explanation, practice and review, RN, IM); Speech Research due; Fri. – continue to work on Stars and hopefully the results of their unit test Memory Work (Luke 21:7-19); Spelling Test (L.28). Because we will Grade 8A – Mr. Blokhuis Our next proved he ever had a mole removed? I not be ready to begin Speeches by memory work is Esther 4:14. We are wonder if he ever taught a class, April 19, we will advance the on lesson 20 in spelling. A Bible test just how to find the molecular mass. upcoming Newscast schedule until we on the Restoration is set for Thursday. Well my students have never had so are ready to begin presenting Remember to learn the Grandparents much fun since, they‟ve learned about speeches. This round of Newscasts Day songs and bring your isotopic abundance. For these poems I will be the last Newscast / BookTalk construction-theme gear. From Mr. will say- “This teacher repents”, presentations of the year. Upcoming Verburg Next week Wednesday we though I could blame molecular Newscasts for April 19 (KS, BG, plan to have a history test on elements. I‟m just following laws of BRENH, RN, TS). Confederation. In science we will constant composition, teaching Grade 7A – Mr. Vander Deen wrap up our unit on Heat and Matter, quantities in Chemistry- that is my Memory Work: Proverbs 2:1-3. Here and in Phys Ed we will play some low position! are the deadlines for our speeches: the organized games. Music: Music Biology 11 Gregor Mendel was an rough draft is due April 14, the good presentations conclude next week. On Austrian monk who took a pea. It was draft will be due April 21, and our Monday presentations will be done by purple. Then he took another pea. It class speech contest will be May 2-4. Melissa F. and Rachel E., Jeremy V. was white. He crossed them, and what Tasks III and IV for our geography and Steven H., Maaike D. and Naomi did he get? Ok, no „i-pod‟ jokes project are due on April 13 as well. B., and Taylor V., and Stacey G. The now. He got a “one-eyed, one horned, We have moved our Bible test to test based on the presentations will be flying purple-pea pull eater.” Yes, Tuesday. Parents, keep up the good on Thursday. we‟re studying genetics here. work with agendas. I have noticed a Genotypes and phenotypes, mountain lot of improvement this week in General Secondary News goats and zygotes. Recessive traits, agenda use and in homework inheritance, heteros and From the Guidance Office Gr. 12s completion. Music: Music dominance. Alleles and hybrids, got a lot of info. this week on presentations conclude next week. On accepting offers, scholarships still Punnett squares and if we blend them, Tuesday presentations will be done by available, OSAP, contacting the no one cares. Meanwhile I‟m going to Jake S. and Derrick V., Adam L. and make a cup of heredi-tea. (Hey, I think Financial Aid office at the Glenn O., Elyse V. and Chantel H. and I inherited most of these jokes from college/univ. they hope to attend, etc. Alissa V. and Kim V. my Dad- don‟t blame me!) Some are still awaiting offers…. not Grade 7/8 – Mr. Grin Wow, another Bible 9 We are doing „toledoths‟ in unusual as college offers for week flew by. We were privileged to competitive programs are still being groups. Working our way through the hear a presentation by Melissa Ohden, sent out and fully 1/3rd of university Pentateuch. Presentations are all set to an abortion survivor, about her unique go. Following that, we hope to mosey offers don‟t go out until May. Please perspective on the subject. It was on over to Moses and investigate his note that deadlines for accepting offers truly an amazing story of grace, qualities of leadership as well as some are: May 2 – Community College & forgiveness and redemption. Ps. 139 of the „megathemes‟ in Exodus. June 2 – University. Students were speaks so wonderfully about the advised Not to wait until the last day Hopefully we will get to the Israelite sanctity of life. We have also begun and to ensure, when accepting an exodus and some of the hardships they our study of the Church in history had to endure along the journey. It offer, that they print off the focusing on the Church's faithless would be nice if we could interview confirmation number or email response before the Reformation. Next the Israelites about the exodus, received. week, we will focus on the man, wouldn‟t it? Then again, they‟d OSAP presentation will be Martin Luther, as he was used by God probably all go into denial. here at school on April 28th. All gr. to re-form and realign the Church Mr. Huizenga 12s are encouraged to attend. back to the Truth. The outline for the Biology-12 Students may be a bit Community Service – though persuasive essay is due on Monday nervous about their group most of our 12s have contributed far and then writing the first draft may presentations. That‟s o.k., we‟re also more than the required no. of hours, begin. A Math test covering chapter studying the role of the nervous many have not yet handed in their nine is scheduled for Wednesday. If system. forms. There is one award at you haven't returned the progress Chemistry-11 What do scientists graduation for community service so reports yet, could you do so as soon as and Moms have in common? They even if students have requirements possible? Memory work is the next both rely upon measurements and met, it is good to still submit extra verse of Romans 12. Have a good calculations to prepare their chemical hours. weekend. Music: Music presentations reactions. Although, we probably continue next week. On Tuesday Gr. 11 chats continue. Please never thought of the cupcakes that presentations will be done by Thomas ask your son/daughter what was Mom makes as being chemical B., Rebekah L. and Erin D, and discussed and advised. reactions. A test is forthcoming. Rebecca L. and Chelsea H. Miss Kralt Thursday‟s presentations will be done Mr. Bosch ENGLISH 10 We have finished our by Alysha B. and Emma T., Daniel H. Chemistry 12 Ok so the first question unit on expository writing. The test is and Darren O., Mariah S. and Katrina is, Did Amedeo Avogadro ever eat an scheduled for next week Tuesday. The D. avocado? Do you think it could be next unit will focus on Early Mrs. vanHooydonk American Literature. World Religions 11 – After ART 10 Sketch book assignments will completing our study of Judaism, we be due for Tuesday next week due to now move on to the study of the the class trip on Monday. Students second monotheistic world religion – will be visiting the Grimbsy Public Islam. Our approach to this subject Art Gallery. Our current unit focuses will consist of reading the assigned on Balance as a principle of design. chapter, organizing notes and then ART 11 Monday afternoon students make preparations for oral will be on a class trip to the Grimbsy presentations. In other words, students Public Art Gallery. Sketch book will teach each other and the teacher. assignments are due for Tuesday. In Worldview 12 – Ch. 6 of Lifeviews – Art History we are beginning to Positivism: “Seeing is Believing” will examine the cultural and historical be placed under our „study influences of the Baroque era. Papier microscopes‟ for observation. The mache sculptures will be due on philosophy of Auguste Comte, in Tuesday. particular, will be examined. How Mr. Stares does his philosophy of the dominance Math 9 P/D Our short statistics unit of scientific knowledge square with assignments were due today and the truth of God‟s Word and His should be handed back Monday. We directives to change our culture? will begin some fun and games with Mr. Verburg linear equations after that. Tests for Phys Ed 11 - Today the final the last unit were handed back at the reflections were due for the fitness beginning of this week and showed plan. The first part of this assignment that a few students must recognize was poorly done by many students and when they do not understand a needs more attention for the second concept before they sit down with the four week plan. We are also test in hand. Encourage your child to anxiously waiting for nice weather so seek help when problems arise. we can move our activities outdoors. Math 10 P Unit 4 test was written and Phys Ed 10 - The girls have started a returned on Thursday. Our next unit, unit on badminton this week. Of late solving systems of equations, could be the girls often are coming to phys ed a bit challenging for some, but it can without the proper attire and more be figured out with a little help in the attention to this would be appreciated. right places. Please encourage your Mr. Zylstra child to ask for help when it is needed. English 12U: Our ISU presentations English 10 P Our short unit on essay are now complete and we will writing concludes with an essay which be having a short test on the handouts is due on Tuesday. It must be typed late next week. Excellent work on the and handed in on time. presentations! A number of students Mr. VanDyk defended interesting and unique Bible 12: We are working on the last perspectives on Cordelia. part of our apologetics unit--the focus English 9: We are well on our way is on answering common objections to through the reading of "The Merchant the faith. Next week students will of Venice." The students have engage in an Internet research demonstrated a very high interest in assignment investigating the the play and keep asking if they can trustworthy nature of the biblical read more! Keep up the good work! manuscripts. History 10: Our brief study of the Music 10: We are working through 1920's should culminate with a radio the six elements of music which show on Wednesday. Next week we involves learning some theory but also hope to start exploring the causes and involves a fair bit of practical consequences of the Depression. application--where students compose music and experiment with the various elements of music. History 10: We are working our way through the dirty thirties--and exploring the challenges of the great depression.