Bonjour! Hello! Weyt-k!

Bienvenue en 2e année!

Welcome to grade 2!

This class website is meant to facilitate communication between home and school. Should school return to an online format (I sincerely hope not, but best be prepared), this website will be your go-to hub for assignments and communication. Please familiarize yourself with its functions.

On this site you will find:

  • all recent newsletters, calendars, class information, and curriculum overviews.

  • extra resources for use at home and additional supports for your child in literacy and numeracy.

  • student displays, projects and documentation of learning.

  • contact information and helpful links.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Classroom Resources

Classroom Information 2021

Class Information

Sent home in the "dossier" Friday Sept. 10th, 2021

Schedule 2019


This document is subject to change throughout the year.

Term 1 Overviews 2021

Term 1 Overviews

This document is subject to change until October.

About Mme Evelyne

Born in Québec City, my first language is French. Like most of your children, I learned my second language in kindergarten, but for me, that language was English. I have been a French immersion teacher for eleven years, eight of which have been at South Sahali Elementary. I graduated from the University of British Columbia (UBC) with a Bachelor of Arts in honours psychology where I completed my thesis on childhood language acquisition. I then completed a Bachelor of Education at UBC with a specialization in French immersion education. I will be completing my Masters of Education in June with a research project on building the classroom community.

I am the lucky mother of three wonderful children, Owen (grade 1), Liam (4yrs) and Ella (1yr) who have taught me so much about myself, children and teaching in such a short amount of time.

My teaching philosophy involves creating a collaborative learning community of students, parents and staff. I apply many strategies from the Reggio Emilia philosophy, the First People’s Principles of Learning and socio-constructivist theories of education. These include the importance of the learning space, a connection with our natural environment and hands-on inquiry. As such, (current health and safety standards permitting) students will often work in pairs, groups and as a class in flexible spaces. They will use many different materials and strategies to show their learning. Peer and class discussions occur daily and questions are always encouraged. I work hard to maintain consistent routines, develop student independence and maintain high expectations throughout the year.

Meet Mme Courtney!

This year, our class will be hosting a teacher candidate from the Bachelor of Education program at Thompson Rivers University (TRU). Here is a little about Mme Courtney:


My name is Courtney, and I will be student teaching in Mme Evelyne’s class for a total of 13 weeks throughout the 2021/2022 school year! I am currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Education program at Thompson Rivers University and will graduate in May 2022.

I was born and raised in Kamloops and attended Lloyd George Elementary and later South Kamloops Secondary. This means that I understand how challenging French Immersion can be for non-Francophone students, but I also know how rewarding it is to be fluent in 2 languages now as an adult. I am so excited to be doing my practicum in a French Immersion school!

Fun Fact: Both Mme Hunter in the library and Mme Mabee, our principal, were teachers of mine in elementary school!

When I have free time, my hobbies are hiking, cooking, spending time with my adorable dog, Lillie, and reading! I LOVE books of all different kinds, and one of the areas of education that interests me the most is literacy and fostering a love of reading in kids at an early age.

After graduation, my goal is to teach early elementary French Immersion. I would also like to eventually return to post-secondary education and earn my Masters in literacy education. I look forward to meeting all of our students this September and learning as much as I can about French Immersion education!


Mme Evelyne



Phone: (250) 374-2451

Mme Courtney (Teacher Candidate)


Phone: (250) 374-2451

Mme Mabee



Phone: (250) 374-2451

I respectfully acknowledge that we live, work and play on the traditional unceded lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc people.