Monthly Archives: January 2015

Salmon in our Classroom – student bloggers

What’s been happening in your tank? It’s 6 degrees because salmon need clear cold water. Our Salmon Monitors check the temperature each day. The tank has to be kept in the dark and it needs to be quiet. What’s been happening … Continue reading

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Books for Breakfast

Today is Family Literacy Day and we started our morning with Books for Breakfast. What a wonderful way for children, parents and staff to enter into the school day – sharing books and connecting! Our Parent Coffee and Chat last … Continue reading

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Salmon in our Classrooms – they’re here!

Our students in Ms. Affleck’s, Ms. Vandergust’s and Ms. Paris’ classrooms have just received their tanks and 55 coho salmon eggs from the Dept. of Oceans and Fisheries. They have begun the Salmonids in the Classroom Program which will run … Continue reading

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Blogging at Norquay!

As we are learning new ways of navigating our school website, we are working to find ways to provide information to parents that highlights not only what is going on in the school, but also our classrooms. Our PAC, Erin … Continue reading

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