Hopewell

December Birthdays

Dec 4
Maggie S - 6

Dec 5
Henry S - 13

Dec 6
Izzy Z - 4

Dec 7
Zoya K - 13

Dec 8
Jack B - 9
Kai F - 9

Dec 11
Ava B - 10

Dec 12
Madeleine C - 5
Jude K - 13
Joe S - 9

Dec 13
Rosanna C - 8
Charlie G - 9
Tia K - 9

Dec 14
Clark E - 5
Amy W - 12

Dec 15
Linus D - 5
Hang Su L - 11
Fitz M - 4

Dec 16
Emma R - 10
Julia R - 10

Dec 17
Julian A - 8
Olivier D - 12
Iris J - 7

Dec 18
Anika B - 5

Dec 19
Hammy H - 6
Mackenzie N - 13
Roslyn S - 4

Dec 20
Liam D - 10
Jasper K - 6

Dec 21
Hunter A - 4
Malyn M - 11

Dec 22
Leo B - 9
Zoe D - 10

Dec 23
Talia H - 8

Dec 25
James W - 11

Dec 28
Will C - 11
Mimi E - 10
Sean M - 8

Dec 31
Max F - 11
Henry S - 8

Staff Birthdays
C. Ouimet - Dec 5
M. Sherwood - Dec 8
M. Woyiwada - Dec 10
H. Ray - Dec 11
M. Fracke - Dec 17
N. Tabasum - Dec 20
T. Lynch - Dec 31

Jessi and Squeaks are busy working in their garden, and they'd like to share one trick that keeps their plants happy!

Squeaks and Mister Brown have a leaky faucet! Luckily this is a great chance to learn about how they can save water.

Join Jessi and Squeaks as they take a look back at some of their favorite springtime subjects like why it rains, how plants grow, and all the amazing bugs you can find in the spring!

Explore the amazing world of insects while showing the characteristics and diversity of insects.

24 Hours of Reality: "Earthrise" by Amanda Gorman

A beautiful art installation made with 168,000 straws! Watch the video below.

Music and Movement video to celebrate earth day

World Water Day

Maude Barlow has created a video for our school to engage students for World Water Day this Monday, March 22.

Maude Barlow serves on the World Future Council and on the board of Food and Water Watch.

In 2017, Mireta led her high school, Moscrop Secondary in Burnaby, B.C., to ban vending machine sales of bottled water. In January 2021, her student-led “Ban the Bottle” campaign persuaded Simon Fraser University, where more than 33,000 bottles of water were sold yearly, to follow suit. The university’s decision removed half a tonne of plastic from landfills and reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 2.75 metric tonnes (the equivalent of 1,170 fewer litres of gasoline).