April 14th Update

Good Tuesday morning everyone:

I hope you all had an amazing long weekend.  The weather could not have been more beautiful.  During this time especially we need to be grateful that we can experience the wonderful things about nature, the weather, our families, and our communities. 

The teachers and I have been working very hard to make sure that all of the students at St’a7mes can keep learning and engaging in interesting activities.  Cultural Journeys teachers have made some incredible blogs for students and have been making fun and interactive videos.  Harriet the Herring has also been making an appearance so make sure you keep checking out Matthew and Kye’s blog. 

https://yewyewsclass.weebly.com/

Miss Jenna’s class has been on SeeSaw and doing some incredible learning.  She is posting some fun and engaging activities that the students can be involved in as well as the parents.  We hopefully will be up and running with our video conferencing so everyone can say hi and keep in touch.

Ms. Natalia has created a fun blog for her class as well.  Ms. Adriannah, Jennifer, Maija and Brad have been involved in meeting with the kids, and helping to connect with all the students.  Check out the learning in Ms. Natalia’s blog. 

https://spakwas.weebly.com/

Learning Expeditions has been hard at work as well.  All the students have signed up for their ongoing learning projects and the teachers are really excited to get them up and running.  If learning to play the ukulele is part of your bucket list then make sure to tune into Daniel’s class.  We still have math running for those who are math whizzes as well as classes in history, physical education, and outdoor education.  Please connect with any of the LEX teachers if you still need to know the schedule and timelines. 

We know that staying motivated and excited about this new type of learning can be difficult.  The staff and I are always here for you if you need to chat or maybe just need a little meetup.  We look forward to welcoming you back into the school in the near future.  We miss all your faces and can’t wait to see you soon. 

Colleen DeVeyrac – Acting Principal