What a snowy week we've had! I hope everyone is staying toasty and warm! A special thanks goes out to all families who have made it in to see us for conferences - it was great to touch base with you! If you haven't had a conference yet and would like to schedule one, please contact Miss Skelton or Mrs. Davis.
|Some of our students enjoying the first big snowfall!|
- mean, median, and mode (measures of central tendency)
Next Wednesday, the students have a History assignment about Louis Riel due. For this assignment, they will likely need to have a fair bit of access to computers, as the assignment is on Bitstrips. Please see the assignment that students were given for details.
Next Friday, students will have a Science assessment. This is a unit test and the following will be included on the test:
- characteristics of living things
- plant and animal cells
- organelles and their functions
- unicellular organisms (specifically, amoeba, paramecium, and euglena)
- cell organization (cells -> tissue -> organs -> organ systems) - this is basically a brief summary of their Organ System Research project
|Some unicellular humour!|
|Some helping hints to effective studying!|
Have a great night!
Miss Skelton :)