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Rushad Amaria Oct 16
EML: Learning Environment. Students in 7E went for nature walk to observe species in their natural environment. Students learned about the ‘Basic Needs of All Living Things’. Students voted and said that it was “the best Friday ever!”
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T. Petrillo Oct 16
Minds on math...blockout! Rolling the dice and taking a chance...who will have the most squares at the end??
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T. Petrillo Oct 15
7D working through fraction talks. We all have math minds! (They ARE 1m distanced, the angle gives the illusion that they aren't!)
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Sunny View LLC Oct 13
SV Uber Reads will be visiting classrooms today!
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Rushad Amaria Oct 9
EML: Learning Culture. Passion Project. Students in 7E starting their 20% Project. Learning Sign language, Magic Tricks, experimenting with different painting techniques and mastering the Rubik’s Cube.
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T. Petrillo Oct 9
Exploring the different textures and plants as part of the natural world around . Gingko biloba leaves, a pretty wildflower with a friend and fall leaves filled with ombre colours. 7D taking the time to really see and connect with nature.
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Deep Bains Oct 9
This free virtual presentation is open to our whole community. The Eventbrite link is just to register. Once you register, a zoom link will be sent. offers a wide array of useful programs that are worth checking out.
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T. Petrillo Oct 7
Some body percussion with 7D! Getting into Uptown Funk! What's next?
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Rushad Amaria Oct 6
7E loves reading and are well aware of the benefits and impact of reading 20 minutes a day. Students are so engaged that you can hear a ‘Pin Drop’ in the classroom.
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Yonnette Oct 6
Check this out ! We need more than lip service for system change. Thanks .
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Rushad Amaria Oct 5
7E Learning to write ‘Science Experiment Reports’ using the Scientific Method.
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Rushad Amaria Oct 5
Terry Fox walk . Go 7E Go! Proud teacher Amaria.
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Deep Bains Oct 5
Friday was a beautiful day for our annual
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Peelschools Oct 5
Today, on , we're celebrating our amazing teachers who inspire success, confidence and hope in students. Take a moment to give your teachers a BIG thank you for all that they do 💙
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Sunny View MS Oct 5
Cougars, This link will take you to the COVID 19 school screening tool. We use this tool to start each day.
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Preeti Noel😼 Oct 2
Terry Fox Walk looks different with , still we walk because cancer research can't wait.
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Sunny View MS Oct 2
Great day for our annual We had to make a few changes to our format to ensure student safety. Thank you to everyone who made this event a success!
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Peelschools Oct 1
The Peel District School Board recognizes October as Islamic Heritage Month in recognition of the significant contributions and achievements of Muslim Canadians and communities throughout the world.
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Peelschools Sep 30
As we commemorate Residential School Survivors on , we acknowledge the history of a school system & its impact on First Nations, Métis and Inuit families. Today and every day, in the spirit of reconciliation, we reaffirm our commitment to ensure .
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T. Petrillo Sep 30
7D showing Indigenous communities that we hear them. The past few weeks of learning about Indian Residential Schools has been emotional, but important. We are witnesses. History will not repeat.
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