Bonjour! Hello! Weyt-kp!

Bienvenue en 3e année!  

Welcome to grade 3!

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:

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

Classroom Resources

Classroom Information 2021 .pdf

Class Information

Sent home Wednesday Sept. 8th, 2022

Timetable 2022.pdf


This document will be updated throughout the year. 

Last Update: January

Term 1 Overviews 2022

Term 1 Overviews

This document is subject to change until October. 

Term 2 Overviews 2023

Term 2 Overviews

This document is subject to change until February

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 12 years in both primary and intermediate and have been at South Sa-Hali elementary for 9 years.  I hold a Bachelor of Arts (honours psychology) and a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia with specializations in childhood language acquisition and French immersion education. I have recently earned a Master of Education from Thompson Rivers University with a research project on building the classroom community. 

I am the lucky mother of three wonderful children, Owen (grade 2), Liam (K) and Ella (2 years) 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. 

About Mme Sophie


My name is Sophie, and I will be student teaching in Mme Evelyne’s classroom throughout this school year. I am currently completing my Bachelor of Education through TRU and will be graduating this coming spring.

I have lived in Kamloops for nearly my whole life and attended Lloyd George Elementary and South Kamloops Secondary schools growing up. So, I have been taught by many of the same teachers that you know!

After high school I moved to Calgary where I completed my Bachelor of Science, so I welcome any and all science questions that you may have!

Outside of school I love to spend my time hiking, skiing, and hanging out with my animals. I have four dogs and two cats, and they are all amazing.

My goal once I graduate is to teach the lower elementary grades and eventually return to school to get a Master’s in special education. I am so excited to be in your class this year and I look forward to getting to know each and every one of you!


Mme Evelyne



Phone: (250) 374-2451 

Mme Sophie (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.