Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Homework Dec. 5-12

We have a math quiz next Tuesday.

Topics on the quiz
Telling time to the nearest minute
converting time: minutes to hours, hours to minutes, hours to days, days to hours

Homework this week is to study for the quiz.


Thursday, 30 November 2017

Homework-Due December 5

For homework this week, students will be creating a elapsed time math problem based on the movie times for Coco. The movie times are posted in the hapara workspace for homework.

We will be solving these problems in class next week!


Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Homework Nov.21-27

Homework is up on the hapara homework workspace! The homework is under the evidence column. Students can complete each question directly on the slide.

We will be going over where to find the homework again tomorrow in class.

Monday, 20 November 2017

LAST CHANCE TO SIGN UP FOR THE ZONES OF REGULATION WORKSHOP-Nov. 21

If you have not registered for our Zones of Regulation workshop taking place tomorrow evening please follow the link below. 

Friday, 17 November 2017

Double Lunch Day is next Wednesday!


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St. Gabriel Catholic School
400 Keyrock Drive, Kanata, Ontario, Canada K2T 0G6
Tel: (613) 271-6181     
E-Mail:  Gabriel@ocsb.ca

Dear Families,

Welcome to our Double Lunch Day Initiative. St. Gabriel is hoping to help those less fortunate in our community. We are joining together to help The Ottawa Mission by providing lunches for their back-to-work and back-to-school programs. We have designated Wednesday, Nov. 22nd and Wednesday, May 2nd to bring in a second lunch. These lunches not only help many valuable members of our society, but they also lessen the load of The Ottawa Mission.

How can you participate?

The first Double Lunch Day for St. Gabriel School will be on Wednesday, November 22. On this day, we ask that you send your child to school with an additional lunch. The lunches can have perishable and nonperishable items. We ask that they are healthy lunches and that they be packed in a bag that will travel to The Ottawa Mission (brown bag, Ziploc bag, etc.). Please do not include mayonnaise on the sandwiches. Feel free to include a thoughtful, spiritual message and/or a hand drawn picture that will be collected separately and sent in a separate special container. The lunches will be transported to The Ottawa Mission shortly after being collected in the morning. Upon their arrival at The Mission, the lunches will be distributed to the various programs in need. Please see their website for further information http://www.ottawamission.com/

The Mission is also in need of a few additional items:

-winter clothing suitable for adult males (gloves, hats, etc)

We will be sending a number of socks that the Gr. 3 classes collected as part of their Socktober social justice enterprise (approximately 350 pairs of socks)!

Your support in this initiative is truly appreciated by the patrons of The Ottawa Mission. The staff also send their thanks. If you have any questions about the Double Lunch Days please feel free to contact us at the school.

Sincerely,

The St. Gabriel Double Lunch Day Committee
Lisa Brennen/Christine Maidment/Tony Ho/Lisa Jackson

Our Mission Statement (The Ottawa Mission)

The Ottawa Mission reflects Jesus' love in serving the homeless, the hungry
and the lost by providing food, clothing shelter and skills, and offers faith
and hope for building a wholesome life.

Monday, 13 November 2017

Zones of Regulation Parent Workshop

HEY PARENTS!!!!


DO YOU KNOW WHAT
THE ZONES OF
REGULATION
ARE?


Join us in the Learning Commons as we share strategies to ensure our children are
CALM, READY and ALERT
….READY TO LEARN


TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st
7-8 PM




If you are interested in joining us on November 21st follow the link and sign up.

Zones of Regulation Workshop


Friday, 10 November 2017

Remembrance Day at St. Gabriel

Yesterday our class had the pleasure of welcoming Lieutenant-Colonel Dandurand to our class. He spoke about his experience serving in the Canadian Forces, and taught us that there are many different jobs a soldier can have. We are grateful for the time he took to speak with the class and  to answer the many questions we had.




Today, as a school community we took a moment to pause and reflect on the sacrifice made by the brave men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces. Thank you to all who attended.

I hope that you take the time tomorrow to Remember in your own way.
Lest we Forget.