The Teulon Collegiate Helping Hands Committee collected forty-three shoe boxes from the students and staff for the Operation Christmas Child Shoe box Campaign. This is part of our Helping Hands mission to support our School, our Community and Global initiatives to help make the World a better place.
November 21 was a jam packed day for students of Warren Collegiate. After a morning in the city watching ‘Robin Hood’ linking to ELA outcomes, students achieved health outcomes by participating in a Jeopardy competition. Categories promoted Addictions Awareness, with a focus on how drug and alcohol addictions can be related to anxiety and depression. Addictions awareness week is November 26-30. Please visit AFM’s website for a list of activities in Manitoba. https://afm.mb.ca/manitoba-substance-use-addictions-awareness-week/
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November numbers is part of the divisional numeracy focus in K – 8 schools. Each day, students celebrate the number of the day. November numbers is a playful way to develop a positive disposition toward mathematics learning. Rosser School – The Grade 1’s and 2’s are so proud of their November Numbers. As soon as we say it is November Numbers all their hands shoot up to go to the board.
On November 5th, the Grade 7 & 8 students from Balmoral school attended the 8th annual No Stone Left Alone ceremony at the Transcona cemetery in Winnipeg. The students each stood at the foot of grave of Canadian veteran. The students placed a rock of remembrance on the top of the headstone, and a poppy on a Canadian flag at the foot of each grave. Students stood in reflection through the last post, O’Canada and through speeches from different dignitaries. … Read More
Balmoral grades 2 & 3 students had a week of Pumpkin Mathness where they did a variety of math related activities with pumpkins. They did estimations, measurements, and comparisons of the weight, height and circumference of the pumpkins. They counted pumpkin seeds and created arrays of 2, 5, 10, etc. with them. They created pumpkin faces using pattern blocks, patterns with dyed pumpkin seeds, and class graphs on Halloween topics. To wrap up Pumpkin Mathness Week, students baked pumpkin muffins… Read More