Good afternoon everyone!
I hope you had a great weekend! We had a great start to our spirit week, including a house game that involved eating cookies and drinking milk!! We also had a chance to visit the Grade 10 Personal Projects. This is a project that the Grade 10's have been working on for some time and is their culminating yearly project.
Happy PJ Day!
Great job Daniel on the house game!
Grade 10 Personal Projects!
Spirit week is happening next week (Monday, March 5 – Friday, March 9). Tuesday will be Superhero/Princess Day, Wednesday will be Wacky Wednesday, Thursday will be Sports Day, and Friday will be St. Patrick’s Day Spirit.
St. Jude’s FC – A new and exciting soccer program has arrived at SJA. St. Jude’s FC is the official soccer academy affiliated with SJA, which is currently taking applicants for its inaugural season. Please see flyer sent home for further information. If you are interested in joining, please fill out the flyer and send into Ms. Dawn. Let’s go St. Jude’s FC!!
A note from Ms. Dawn – Scholastic forms were sent home today. All orders will be due Friday, March 9. Payments can be made using Cheque or Parent Pay. Cash will not be accepted as a form of payment.
For Parent Pay please log on to parentpay.scholastic.ca/pay and enter the following credentials
Province - Ontario
City - Mississauga
School - St Judes Academy
Teacher - Dawn Goulart
A note from Oakwood – On Friday, March 29, Oakwood Academy will be holding A Silent Dance. A ‘Silent Dance’ is a dance in which students are given individual headphones where they can listen to various types of music while controlling the volume. This dance is an amazing way to foster inclusion and provide an opportunity for everyone to participate in a school dance. It provides a sensory friendly environment for all students at both Oakwood and St. Jude’s. Admission to the dance will be $15.00 cash and this will include a drink. Please send back permission form and the $15 cash no later than Monday, February 26. Please see letter sent home today for further information.
A note about March Break Camp - Registration forms were sent home back in October. We have had many students sign up since then and especially the last few days. If you are interested in registering your child for our amazing March Break camp, please send in the completed registration form, along with the $20 one-time non-refundable deposit in order to secure your child's spot (this could be paid in cash or through fresh books). This year there are two options to chose from the first being lunch and two snacks provided or the second being send your own packed lunch and a discounted camp rate! We also have daily rates available. Please contact Ms. Smith firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
**Summer Camp forms have also been sent home!**
Upcoming Dates & Events
Tuesday, March 6 – Superhero/Princess Day
Wednesday, March 7 – Wacky Wednesday
Thursday, March 8 – Geometry math test
Friday, March 9 – March hot lunch payments due, Medieval Times Summative due, pizza party, St. Patrick’s Day Spirit, & last day before March Break
We have officially learned the last concept in this unit. Today we began Show What You Know and tomorrow we will start the review.
Key points to remember:
A polygon is a closed figure with 3 or more sides.
A quadrilateral is a type of polygon, but a quadrilateral has 4 sides.
3 types of triangles; an equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. An equilateral triangle has all 3 sides equal. An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides, and a scalene triangle has no equal sides.
An acute angle is less than 90 degrees, a right angle is 90 degrees and makes an L. An obtuse angle is between 90 and 180 degrees. 180 degrees makes a straight line.
An acute triangle has angles less than 90 degrees, an obtuse triangle has angles greater than 90 degrees, and a right angle has one 90 degree angle.
A rectangle has 4 right angles, a parallelogram has 2 pairs of equal angles, and a kite has 1 pair of equal angles.
When looking at polygons, a regular polygon has all sides and all angles equal. For example a square and an equilateral triangle. An irregular polygon does not have any sides or angles that are equal.
A net is a figure that shows all the faces of a given solid. It is a 3-D shape.
-Geometry math test will take place on Thursday, March 8
Today we began spelling lesson #23.
-Reading for 40 minutes
-Finish spelling lesson #23
UNIT OF INQUIRY:
Today we began the good copy of our comic. Some students have chosen to use Story Board That, while others have decided to write it out. Please ensure your child is aware of the login information for Story Board That. A kind reminder that all work is to be done in class unless otherwise stated.
-Finish the first two slides of your comic
-UOI Summative due Friday, March 9 –good copies begin on Monday, March 5
-Bring in devices
Working hard on their comics!
I hope you have a wonderful night!
Mrs. Hocevar J