Thank you grade five families for your generosity in supporting our OHS families. Below you can find a list of the items that have already been confirmed to be donated:
1) running shoes - size 3. (received)
2)Girls size 9 underwear (received)
3) Girls size 9 onesie (received)
4) 3 zoo passes (received)
5) Winners gift card ($20) (received)
6) Winners gift card ($25) (received)
7) winners gift card ($25)
8) Dress shoes - size 3
9) Snow art (craft) (received)
10) Super store gift card (received)
11) Art and craft supplies
12) Cutlery (received)
13) Figure skates (received)
14) Candles (received)
15) Jenga game, Uno (received)
16) Board game - Bop It, Pick Up Sticks (received)
17) $50 winners gift card
18) 2 movie passes to Cineplex (received)
19) Lego (received)
20) $50 Visa gift card (received)
21) Robe (received)
22) Spa gift card (received)
23) Clue board game (received)
Now that the year has started, and we've established some basic number sense skills, I would like to give the students an opportunity to work on some fun logic problems. Each Monday, I will post a POW - problem of the week in the blogs section. If students choose to work on it, they can bring there work to school as they complete it. I will review the question in class on Friday.
Most Friday's, your child will write you a letter on their google drive telling you about his/her week. To access this, you will either need them to log you on, or for their log in information. If you have a google account, they may be able to share it with you and you can use the edit tool to respond to them. We are not using email as I need to have access to their writing as well to see their progress.
Please respect that it is an unedited piece of writing, whose purpose is both to help your child think about the week’s learning, and to communicate with you. Please do not correct your child's work.
I am asking parents/family members to write a short message back to their child. You can do this directly underneath your child's letter. This doesn’t need to be long but it should be a positive note that acknowledges their writing, progress, or questions or gives suggestions on how they can improve their writing or progress at school. This will be an effective way to increase your child’s communication about school, and to keep you informed of progress and/or concerns. I’m hoping you’ll enjoy this as well!
Some suggested sentence starters you can use in your response in case you get stuck...
I was proud of
I’m concerned about
I hope you’ll remember to
I don’t understand
I was surprised
It seems like
I love the way
Please try to
I’m very excited about