Sunday, 23 April 2017

Monday Memo

National Volunteer Week: April 23rd - April 29th ! Our IHMS community is very appreciative of the many volunteers and supporters that we have. Our students are very blessed and certainly benefit from the gifts and talents of our volunteers who give so generously and willingly. It is very much appreciated.


Monday: Theme Day - Endangered Earth Day 
- Students can dress in earth colour (brown, blue, green), dress and an endangered animal, or other earth day themed attire. Students participating in the theme day are asked to bring a $1.00 donation in aid of the greenhouse.
- Recycle My Cell Continues
- School wide Earth Day assembly at 1:00pm. Each class will be giving a small presentation at the assembly. Families are welcome to attend.
- Due to the assembly, lunch will be shortened by approximately 10-15 minutes. 
- After school Activities:
  1. Homework Club
  2. Sewing Club

Tuesday: 
- After school Activities:
  1. Chess Club
  2. Homework Club
  3. Gymnastics 
 A parent information session for families with students entering JK and Kindergarten in September 2017 will take place in the cafeteria at 7:00pm.


Wednesday: 
- Phys Ed
- After school Activities:
  1. Reading Club
  2. French Reading and Writing

Thursday:
- Full uniform day
- There will be no spelling test this week
Grade 1-3 students will be attending the TNL production Jack Five-Oh at the Arts and Culture Centre. Jack Five-Oh is a collection of two “Jack” folk takes, collected and adapted by Andy Jones and Phillip Dinn. Students will be participating in a quick Q&A session after the performance with the director and writer Andy Jones. Busses will be leaving school promptly at 9:40am. The cost of the show is $8.00 per students. The office has asked that all monies be submitted by Wednesday.
- The Heritage Fair will be taking place today in the school gymnasium. The grade 4-LIII students have been working on projects for the NL Heritage Fair under the theme "Keeping our Stories Alive: Celebrating 20 Years of Heritage Fairs in NL”. The fair will be open to public viewing at 1:15pm.  The awards presentation will begin at 2:15pm.
- After school Activities:

  1. Creative Writing
  2. Computers
  3. Floor Hockey (this week floor hockey will be running from 4:00-5:00pm)
  4. Mind-up
- There will be a meeting for Grade 2 French Immersion Parents at 7:00pm in the cafeteria.



Friday:
- Mass at 8:30am


Have a Great Week :)



Thursday, 13 April 2017

Easter Center Pictures

Liam, Katy and Rotém sort French spring words based on the number of syllables.

Jamie, Jabilie and Jacob play a French game of 'BOOM', where they have to say the French name for the item in the picture and the first person to put down all their cards wins.

Charlie, Robert and Yael use scrabble tiles to spell out the French spring words pictured on the cards.

Willow, Brooklyn and Allie put French spring words in alphabetical order.

Sunday, 9 April 2017

Monday Memo

Monday: 
- Recycle My Cell Continues
The students  travelling to Saint Pierre are selling tickets all week  on the Easter chocolate. There are three prizes to be won . Tickets are $1.00 each, 3 for $2.00 and 10 for $5.00. Tickets may be purchased by submitting money to homeroom teachers.The draws will take place on Thursday.
- Phys. Ed. will be outside
- After school Activities:
  1. Homework Club
  2. Outside Play
IHMS hosts its annual in -school Elementary Speak-off at 7:00pm. All are welcome to attend!


Tuesday: 
- After school Activities:
  1. Chess Club
  2. Homework Club

Wednesday: 
- Phys Ed
- After school Activities:
  1. Reading Club
  2. French Reading and Writing

Thursday:
- Apple-a-Day fundraiser draws begin
- There will be no spelling test this week
- Easter Egg Hunt Sponsored by the students council: Each class will receive a basket of chocolate treats . The hunt will take about ten minutes.
- After school Activities:

  1. Creative Writing
  2. Computers
  3. Floor Hockey
  4. Mind-up
  5. Tennis

Thursday, 6 April 2017



The grade 2's make ice cream as part of their science unit.




The grade 1 and 2 choir watch performances at the Arts and Culture centre as part of the Rotary Music Festival.


The grade 1 and 2 choir perform at part of the Rotary Music Festival.
  

Sunday, 2 April 2017

Monday Memo

Monday: 
- Recycle My Cell Challenge Begins: Students are asked to bring in a cell phone for the parade (assembly time TBD). Pagers are also accepted for the Challenge. There will be daily draw prizes. Each  phone a students brings will give them an entry into the prize draw.
- Due to an unforeseen schedule change on Friday we were unable to have our spelling test. The test will take place today instead. New words will be given out today for the regular schedules test on Friday.
- Phys. Ed. will be outside
- After school Activities:
  1. Mind up
  2. Outside Play
  3. Boys Choir

Tuesday: 
- After school Activities:
  1. Chess Club
  2. Homework Club

Wednesday: 
- Apple-a-Day ticket stubs and money are due back
- Phys Ed
- After school Activities:
  1. Reading Club
  2. French Reading and Writing

Thursday:
- Apple-a-Day fundraiser draws begin
- After school Activities:
  1. Creative Writing
  2. Computers
  3. Floor Hockey
  4. Mind-up
  5. Tennis

Friday: 
- Mass
- During Lent, there will be no meat served on Fridays in the cafeteria. The only pizza served will be cheese pizza and there will only be garlic fingers without bacon.
- Dictée: 1) printemps, 2) parapluie, 3) impermeable, 4) avril 

- After school Activities:
  1. Prayer Group
  2. Outdoor Play

- Our Grade 7- Level III  students will participate in The Western Regional Drama Festival at Xavier Junior High School in Deer Lake. All are welcome to attend!

Sunday, 26 March 2017

Monday Memo

Monday: 
- Music Festival begins: The ' regular uniform'  is the requirement for the Festival performances. Long white sleeve blouse, jumper, navy socks or navy tights and dress shoes for the primary girls. Long white sleeve shirt, vest, tie, dress pants and dress shoes for the boys.
- The School Choir will perform at the Arts and Culture Centre (Grade 3-Level II) at 10:30 am. This is open to the public. 
- The Chamber Choir will perform at the Arts and Culture Centre (Grade 3-Level II) at 10:50 am. This is open to the public. 
- Phys. Ed. will be outside
- After school Activities:
  1. Mind up
  2. Outside Play
  3. Boys Choir

Tuesday: 
- The Junior Kindergarten Choir and the Kindergarten Choir will perform at the Arts and Culture Centre at 9:30am. This is open to the public. 
- After school Activities:
  1. Chess Club
  2. Gymnastics 

Wednesday: 
- Phys Ed
- After school Activities:
  1. Reading Club
  2. French Reading and Writing

Thursday:
The Grade 1 and 2  classes will participate in the  Primary Choir Workshop at the Arts and Culture Centre at 10:15am. This is not open to the public because it is a workshop.
- After school Activities:
  1. Creative Writing
  2. Computers
  3. Floor Hockey
  4. Tennis

Friday: 
- Mass
- The Senior Band (Grade 7-Level III ) will perform at the Westside Tabernacle at 9:00am. This is open to the public.
- The Grade 5/6 Band will perform at the Westside Tabernacle at 9:10am. This is open to the public.
- During Lent, there will be no meat served on Fridays in the cafeteria. The only pizza served will be cheese pizza and there will only be garlic fingers without bacon.
- Dictée: 1) j'ai, 2) tu as, 3) elle a, 4) nous avons, 5) vous avez, 6) ils ont

- After school Activities:
  1. Prayer Group
  2. Outdoor Play

Saturday:

-The Grade 5 -8 students will participate in the Cardboard Sled Race at Marble Mountain.


Sunday:

- A gardening meeting for our greenhouse will take place in our caf at 7:00 p.m. for staff and parents.




Have a good week.

Sunday, 19 March 2017

St Patrick's Math and Science




Robert and Noah do some St Patrick's day Math with Lucky Charms cereal. They counter marshmallows, graphed their data, answered questions about their data, looked at odd and even numbers, and used cereal to measure objects.




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The grade 1 and 2 students enjoyed taking part in the Skittles experiment during centres on Friday morning. Skittles candies were laid out on a plate in a variety of patterns and hot water was added to the plate.