Sandra Carter, manager of the Dalhousie Centennial Library: Every year, we do a follow-up activity for the Welcome to Kindergarten bags to help support the schools as this is the mandate of the New Brunswick Public Library Service (NBPLS).
Students in Ms. Harquail's and Ms. Poirier's classes enjoy working on basic computer skills during their weekly technology classes. Here Ethan is all smiles as he works on basic block coding to program activities for Mine Craft.
Grade Five student Taylor R. was all cheers as she delivered video annoucements the other day. Taylor was cheering on fellow students who are working at lowering noise levels in the cafeteria. Students monitor their noise level via an electronic traffic light that flashes red when the noise level goes beyond our decibel target. Students have been discussing with their teachers the importance of keeping noise levels down as some students have sensory issues where noise can be quite uncomfortable.
Students will be bringing parents to school to discuss the student's learning with the teacher. Parents will make an appointment for this visit. Only the child and parent(s) will attend together at a pre-arranged time. Report cards will go home Tuesday, November 15th, 2016.
What: Bring Your Parent(s) to School
Why: An opportunity for the parent(s), child, and teacher to discuss the child's learning.
L.E.R students, parents, and staff participated in the annual Terry Fox walk today at 11:00 am. A big thank you goes out to all the students, parents, staff and to RCMP Scott Ferguson our community liason and of course the Dalhousie Fire Department. Fun was had by all.