Mr. Glazier Notes

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Notes

Posted: June 18, 2018

Welcome back to our last week of school in 4FI Glazier. A reminder that our school cafeteria is closed for the remainder of the year. This includes recess snacks as well.

This following is a list of activities planned for the week:

Monday - Practice retirement song in the gymnasium at 1:45

Tuesday - Track and Field at JMH. You will need your sneakers, outdoor clothing, lunch, sunscreen, water, lunch, etc. A canteen will be on site selling the following:

-Taco Salad in a Bag $5.00

- Hotdog $2.00

- Hamburgers $3.00

- Chips $1.00

- Cookies $1.00

- Muffin $1.00

- Orange slices in a bag $1.00

- Water $1.00,

Wednesday- We will be walking to the Clay Café at 12”30 for an ice cream. $2.75 buy’s you a small cone. There will also be a short presentation from the Newcastle Public Library.

Thursday - Year end assembly at 10:00 and in the afternoon there will be a student vs teacher softball game in the field below the school

Friday - Reports cards will be handed out. Early dismissal at 11:15.

Posted: June 14, 2018

A permission slip for ASD-N's track and field meet will be sent home tomorrow (Friday, June 15th) Permission slips need to be signed and returned by Monday, June 18th. Thanks.

Posted: June 14, 2018

A reminder to parents that we will be walking to Clay Cafe for ice cream next Wednesday, June 20th in the afternoon. A notice has been sent home.

Posted: June 4, 2018

Welcome back to another week in 4FI Glazier. The month of June has arrived. Only 3 weeks remaining. The year has definitely flown by quickly!

Tuesday we will be visiting the Ducks Unlimited pond in Chatham from 9-11 a.m. Please note that it is a rain or shine event, so dress appropriately. It is forecasted to rain, so I will be bringing my rain jacket and umbrella just in case. Please bring a pair of rubber boots as well, since students will have the opportunity to collect data and search for creepy crawlers.

ICE CREAM! Students will enjoy a free ice cream cone as there will be a pop-up truck here at school on Friday. Youpi!

French - For the remainder of the year, students will be focused on creating a booklet about each student in the class. One student will be chosen daily, and positive messages will be written about that student. Booklets will be sent home as they are completed.

Math - The remainder of our time will serve as a review of this year’s material. There will be a specific focus on our facts as we continue to masters and prepare for Grade 5.

Science - We will be reviewing our Habitat content in preparation for our field trip to Kouchibouguac next week.

If you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please contact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

Posted: May 23, 2018

Welcome back to another week in 4FI Glazier. I trust everyone enjoy the long weekend and are well rested for our Provincial Assessments in English and French reading comprehension, Math, and Science that will take place this week.

Please note that there will be no homework assigned for the remainder of the year unless otherwise specified from home. Spring weather is upon us and I encourage students to get out and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.

Cafeteria services will also resume next week. Please ensure your child has a lunch provided this week.

French – We will be finalizing our pamphlet assignment this week. We will then move on to create an advertisement poster.

Math – We continue with geometry. This week’s focus will be symmetry and defining the term “congruent.”  

Science - We continue to explore the difference and similarities amongst rocks and minerals.

If you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please contact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

Reminders:

  • Go For 42 is well underway. Please return registration forms if you plan on attending the Mango Fun Run on June 24th

Posted: May 14, 2018

Welcome back to another week in 4FI Glazier. I trust everyone enjoyed the fantastic weather over the weekend and treated their mother’s extra special on Mother’s day

French - We continue to practice our comprehension and reading strategies in preparation for our provincial assessment. We will be finishing our pamphlet writing activity this week as well.

Math - This week we will be wrapping up our pictogram and bag graph activities. We will move on to geometry. The week after will serve as a review prior to our provincial assessment.

Science - We will continue reviewing and practicing various questions related to the assessment. We will also begin to explore the difference and similarities amongst rocks and minerals.

If you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please contact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

Reminders:

  • Go For 42 begins Monday. Please return registration forms if you plan on attending the Mango Fun Run on June 24th

  • Grade 8 students will be hosting a Bake Sale Thursday

  • Career on Wheels Friday. Students are encouraged to dress as what they want to be when they grow up

Posted: May 7, 2018

Welcome back to 4FI Glazier. This week we will be going outside for morning recess. Please make sure you are dressed appropriately.

French - We continue to practice our comprehension and reading strategies in preparation for our provincial assessment. We will be working on a Mother’s Day surprise as well this week.

Math - We have completed our Measurement unit. This week and next we will learn about pictograms and bag graphs. We will them wrap up with Geometry prior to our provincial assessment.

Science - We will continue reviewing and practicing various questions related to the assessment.

If you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please contact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

Reminders:

Recycling presentation Tuesday a.m.

Internet Safety presentation Thursday a.m.

Grade 5 annual Yard Sale on Thursday. If you would like to purchase something make sure to bring in your money. Items are $1 or less.

All Petro Canada gas fundraiser tickets are due in the office by Friday (a.m.)

Ducks Unlimited "Minor Release Form" need to be returned as soon as possible.

Posted: April 25, 2018

Welcome back! Another fun filled week in 4FI Glazier. A reminder that Wednesday is a half day for students. Dismissal will take place at 11:15.

A Ducks Unlimited "Minor Release Form" has been sent home to be signed. Please return as soon as possible.

French - We continue to practice our comprehension and reading strategies in preparation for our provincial assessment in May. We are also working on our brochures.

Math - Fraction test has been sent home to be signed and returned. We are currently learning how to calculate area. Later in the week we will move on to mesuring perimeter.

Science - Peter MacDonald, our Science Lead for the district will be in on Thursday to help us prepare for our provincial assessment in May. We will be reviewing and practicing various questions related to the assessment.

Again, if you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please cntact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

M. Glazier

Posted: April 20, 2018

Welcome back! Another fun filled week in 4FI Glazier. Students are encourage to pack an extra pair of socks, splash pants, etc with Spring like temperatures just around the corner. The playground is becoming soggy/muddy in some places.

A reminder that next Wednesday is a half day for students. Dismissal will take place at 11:15.

French - We have continued to practice our comprehension and reading strategies in preparation for our provincial assessment in May. We also worked on our brochure for writing. Our goal is to complete the brochure by next week and move on to an avertisement writing text.

Math - We completed and reviewed our fraction unit. Our unit test took place Friday. They will be corrected early next week to be signed and returned. 

Science - Students completed their habitat shoe box project. They will be presenting to various classes next week.

Again, if you have any question, comments, and/or concerns, please cntact me at school. I will return your calls as soon as possible. Cheers.

M. Glazier

Posted: April 13, 2018

Welcome back! Thank you goes out to the students for supporting the Humboldt Broncos this past Thursday. Students proudly wore their jerseys and honored the team with a school photo.

April scholastic orders will be due next Friday, April 20th. If sending a check, please make payable to Scholastic Canada.

French - Pamphlet/brochure planning to part this week. We will continue to jot down our ideas and begin the cover next week. As always, Daily 5, spelling test and comprehension take part daily. We will correct our comprehension homework this Thursday.

Math - We continue to work on Fractions.  This past week our focus was converting fractions to decimals (tenths and hundredths). Next week our focus will be adding and subtracting decimal numbers. I continue to encourage students to practice their Mathletics at home. There is also many links to various math activities that students are encouraged to visit and play on my teacher page under “web links.” Please notify me if you wish to have any additional works sent home to practice.

Science - Our marshland habitat bulletin board project is complete. Next week we will be working on our shoebox dioramas. If students have any figurines, Lego pieces, Playdoh, etc. that could be used to incorporate into their diorama, please send to class next week.

Health - We continue to focus on personal wellness and mental health this week. Students have been learning to do Yoga and mindfulness activities in class. Our mindfulness jars were completed Thursday. Some students chose to leave theirs at school and others brought them home.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. I will respond via phone call as promptly as I can. Let’s have a great week! Cheers.

Posted: April 6, 2018

Welcome back to a shortened week in 4Glazier. I trust everyone enjoyed their Easter weekend. Please note that parent-teacher interviews will be held next Thursday p.m. and Friday a.m. Yellow interview sign-up sheets were sent home last week.

French - We concluded our procedural text assignment and will be moving on to pamphlet/brochure writing. This assignment will be in conjunction with our Social Studies unit. As always, Daily 5, spelling test and comprehension take part daily. We will correct our comprehension homework this Thursday.

Math - We continue to work on Fractions.  This unit has been going smoothly thus far. In the near future, we will be moving on to graphing and geometry. I continue to encourage students to practice their Mathletics at home. There is also many links to various math activities that students are encouraged to visit and play on my teacher page under “web links.” Please notify me if you wish to have any additional works sent home to practice.

Science - Our marshland habitat bulletin board project is underway. Next week we will be working on our shoebox dioramas. If students have any figurines, Lego pieces, Playdoh, etc. that could be use to incorporate into their diorama, please send to class next week.

Health - We are focusing on personal wellness and mental health this week. Students have been learning to do Yoga and mindfulness activities in class. Next week, students will be building their own “Mindfulness” jars to bring home.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. I will respond via phone call as promptly as I can. Let’s have a great week! Cheers.

Posted: March 26, 2018

Welcome back to another week in 4Glazier. A reminder that there is NO school on Wednesday due to Teacher Professional Development and on Friday as well due to Good Friday. No school next Monday either due to Easter.

Lisa Harris payed use a visit today. She spoke about her role, listened to our presentations, and answered many great questions! Mrs. Harris was impressed with the students’ ability and confidence to speak and converse in French.  

French - We aim to conclude our procedural text this week. As always, Daily 5, spelling test and comprehension take part daily. We will correct our comprehension homework this Thursday.

Math - Last week’s Pattern test will be sent home shortly. We are currently working on Fraction sets.  I continue to encourage students to practice their Mathletics at home. There is also many links to various math activities that students are encouraged to visit and play on my teacher page under “web links.” Please notify me if you wish to have any additional works sent home to practice.

Science – We will be preparing 3D animals in order to create a marshland habitat in class. This will be our final activity prior to our shoebox diorama projects in April.  

Health - We continue to learn about the benefits of healthy eating/lifestyles.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. I will respond via phone call as promptly as I can. Let’s have a great week! Cheers.

Posted: March 19, 2018

Welcome back to another week in 4Glazier. I would like to congratulate all students for their hard work and dedication towards STEM Fair this year. I was very pleased with their creativity and quality of projects. Well done les amis!

There will be a musical presentation this Friday at 10 a.m. Mr. Roland Bibeau will be presenting to all students in the gymnasium.

Lisa Harris will be visiting us next Monday at 10:15. Students will present their projects and have prepared questions related to her profession

French - We are currently working on our 3rd paragraph of our procedural text. Next week we will conclude, correct, and finalize our good copies. As always, Daily 5, spelling test and comprehension take part daily. We also correct our weekly comprehension homework every Friday a.m.

Math - Patterns test was written today. They will be corrected shortly and sent home to be signed and returned. Our next unit of study will be Fractions. I continue to encourage students to practice their Mathletics at home. There is also many links to various math activities that students are encouraged to visit and play on my teacher page under “web links.” Please notify me if you wish to have any additional works sent home to practice.

Science - To date I have 9 shoe boxes for our habitat projects. Please notify me if you do not have any spare shoe boxes at home and I will make arrangements. This week, students will be creating a habitat booklet.

Health - We continue to learn about the benefits of healthy eating/lifestyles.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. I will respond via phone call as promptly as I can. Let’s have a great week! Cheers.

Posted: March 12, 2018

Please note that this Tuesday and Thursday afternoon's class time will be dedicated to students finalizing and rehearsing for our 3-5 school STEM Fair which will take place this Friday, March 16th. Please send any last minutes questions, translations, materials, poster boards, etc. so that students can complete during this time.

Posted: February 28, 2018

 

Welcome back! There will also be no homework this week. Please continue to work on your STEM Fair projects as they are due March 16th. Peter MacDonald will be visiting the 14th for answer any last minute questions. I am also available to translate if your require assistance. Enjoy your upcoming March break! This week is Winterfest! Winterfest activities include the following:

Monday is Twin Day. We will be snowshoeing from 9:00-10:00 and sliding from 10:30-11:30. Earth Rangers will also be presenting to the school in the gymnasium from 1:00 - 2:00.

Tuesday is GG Spirit Day. Show your school spirit by wearing our school colours.

Wednesday is Wacky Sock Day.  There will be a Sock Hop from 10:00 - 10:45. A free pancake breakfast will also be served up in the morning. Please note that there is NO SCHOOL in the afternoon. There will be PD meetings for teachers. Student dismissal will take place at 11:15.

Thursday is Crazy Hat Day.  Our class will be skating from 1:00-2:00. Students require a helmet. Extra skates and helmets are available at the school.

Friday is PJ Day.IN the afternoon, students will face-off against teaching in a floor hockey game in the gym at 1:30.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. I will respond via phone call as promptly as I can. Let’s have a great week! Cheers.

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