Tuesday, November 06, 2018

Interview Night = Thursday November 8th

Dear Parents,
I have a few spots open for an in-person interview for your child this Thursday November 8th. Please click and view the form below for an available time. If you'd prefer a phone interview, please give me a call at the school.

Many thanks!

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Global Maker Day 2018: Cardboard Challenge





Sunday, October 14, 2018

Wanted: Small Cardboard!

Next week we will be completing a Cardboard Challenge during #GlobalMakerDay. We are in need of cardboard boxes or cardboard of any kind to prepare for our future challenge. (Examples: cereal boxes, gift boxes, kleenex boxes, paper towel rolls, etc..) If you have any small cardboard boxes or materials that you can donate to our class, please send them with your child before next week!

Many Thanks!

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Program Night Slide Deck

Thank you to all families who joined us this evening at our school's Program Night. It was a pleasure meeting all of you and I look forward to growing and learning with each of your children. Please view below the slide deck from this evening's class visit. Feel free to add more of your comments or what you or your child are looking forward to in our class this year on our Padlet below! What hope, dream or wish do you have for your child in Grade 3?




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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Raz Kids is Ready to Go!



Raz Kids account access is ready to go. In your child's agenda you will find your child's username and password. Your child's reading level on Raz Kids reflects what their current reading level is or what their level was at the end of Grade 2. As I complete further reading assessments I may alter the level on your child's Raz Kids account over the next while.
Raz Kids is easily accessible through the Student Portal. Students can also download the app on any iOS device or simply click on the Raz Login Page. My username is: mrsmciampa

Remember: if students are reading on Raz Kids for homework, please limit their reading or comprehension practice to no more than 30 minutes a day!

Happy Reading :-)

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

What is Important in our Class?

Over the past week, students reflected on what is most important to them. We talked about what kind of classroom they wanted and what kind of new learning they want to explore this year. ART, Science, Writing and Math were popular topics students wanted to explore. We have some creative friends in our room and they made sure that their most important words stood out. 

 All students signed it and made a promise to TRY. We learned that mistakes are ok and mistakes help us to learn as long as we try our best and as long as we learn from them. Ask your child about what is most important to them.