Welcome Students, Parents and Guardians

Nov. 10
Field trip - Crawford Lake - Students discover Ontario’s rich First Nation’s heritage as they explore a 15th century reconstructed Iroquoian Village. Hands- on opportunities abound when students engage in games, craft making, longhouse exploration and a hike to learn about what life was like in a longhouse village over 600 years ago. 
Activities include: longhouse exploration, circle gathering and fire starting, traditional games, craft making, multimedia presentation, Moccasin Walk (guided hike)

Aug 22
I would like to welcome everyone to the 2017/2018 school year. I will be teaching 
grade 6 classes, and I am looking forward to meeting all the students on September the 5th. 

Below are just a few required items that we will be using throughout the school year.
-pencil (mechanical with eraser)
-blue or black pens
-personal organizer/planner
-2 colours of highlighters
-3 1.5” 3 ringed binders with lined paper and grid paper
-glue stick
-math geometry set
-30cm ruler 

Building a strong a sense of community is important for me in my classroom, I encourage all parents to be involved and take advantage of my open door policy.
Students are expected to arrive on time with a positive attitude towards learning and each other. Respect is a key element in my classroom which allows for each student to succeed amongst their peers. There will be on going teacher, peer and self evolutions of each individual student. This will allow for any adjustments in material delivery, focusing on students unique learning strengths and strategies.