Good afternoon everyone!
I hope you had a wonderful night. Tomorrow is our trip to Kidsport. Please be sure to wear your gym uniform and arrive to school on time as we will be leaving shortly after 9. We will be back in time for lunch.
**Spelling Bee information and lists have been sent home. Please have students practice with the provided lists.**
A note from Alexis, Alex, and Wael about their Grade 6 Exhibition project on Child Neglect - Dear parents/ guardians,
We are Grade 6 students doing a project called exhibition. Our topic is child neglect. For our action we chose to do a clothing donation for the children that may have experienced neglect in our community. We will be donating all of the gently used clothing to the CAS and local charities. If you would like to donate any gently used clothing please place them in the box labeled Clothing Donations for the CAS and surrounding charities. It can be found by the SJA side door where you come into the school in the morning. The last day to make a donation is Wednesday, April 25.
Alexis, Alex and Wael (Grade 6)
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. St. Jude's FC will be playing against the best REP teams around the area. Do not miss the opportunity to sign your child up to not only play against the best, but be coached by the best as well. 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. Bancud: You are now able to order for May Lunches. The deadline for May lunches is Saturday, April 28th, 2018. After this date, our system closes and is unable to open for April ordering. Please make sure your child is under the correct grade.
All payments are due on Friday, May 4th, 2018.
All payments are due on Friday, May 4th, 2018.
A group of Grade 6’s are promoting Meatless Mondays for their Exhibition project. They have come up with this month's special, which is Crispy Cauliflower Bites for $4.50 with a side of tzatziki dip that will be available every Monday! You will find more information about Meatless Mondays around the school.
- There are two options to pay for lunches. Cash and Freshbooks.
- Shortly after completing your order, a Freshbooks invoice will be sent to your email.
- It may take one or two days to process your order to Freshbooks, so please be check your email diligently for the invoice.
- We no longer accept cheque as a method of payment.
If you have any questions concerning the Lunch Ordering site or Freshbooks, feel free to email me at
A note from Ms. Dawn – Scholastic forms were sent home today. All orders will be due Monday, April 30. 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
Upcoming Dates & Events
Thursday, April 26 – Spring Fundraiser trip to Kidsport – wear your gym clothes
Saturday, April 28 – May hot lunch orders due
Monday, April 30 – Scholastic orders due
Friday, May 4 – May hot lunch payments due
Today we had a great time at Gregg LeRock. What an amazing show. He sang all the songs that we have been practicing in class. We even had some lucky volunteers go up on stage! We also had a farewell party for Ms. Celeste who is officially done her placement and officially finished college on Friday. We are sad to see her go!!
We are ready to rock n roll!!
Miss Eva rocking it on stage!
Rajan's turn on stage!
M. Foaud's turn to play the drum sticks!
Thank you Ms. Celeste...we will miss you!!
Today we took up the homework from last night and worked through some questions that caused us to struggle.
Fractions and Decimals:
Fractions and decimals:
Lowest Common Denominator
Key points to remember:
Numerator is the number on the top part of the fraction.
Denominator is the number on the bottom part of the fraction.
A proper fraction is a fraction where the smaller number is the numerator and a bigger number is the denominator. For example, ½, 3/5, 5/8.
An improper fraction is when the numerator has a bigger number and the denominator has a smaller number. For example, 12/7.
A mixed number has both a whole number and a fraction. For example, 1 ¼.
Cross-multiplication - we begin by multiplying the first numerator with the second denominator. Then we multiply the first denominator with the second numerator. For example; 3/5 and 2/4. We multiply 3 x 4 =12 and 5 x 2 = 10. Our new fractions are now 12/5 and 10/4. Whichever fraction has the bigger numerator is the bigger fraction, so from our example 3/5 is greater than (>) 2/4. For fractions that have the same denominator we do not have to do anything but look at the numerators.
Fractions to decimals - 3/10 = 0.3, 15/100 = .15, 125/100 = 1.25. We also need to keep in mind that we can covert simple fractions as well. For example; ¼ - .25, ¾ = .75, 4/5 = .80. Remember to keep things out of 10 and 100! We can also put mixed numbers into decimals as well. For example; 2 ½ = 2.5, 2 ¾ = 2.75.
-MMS pg 113
Today was our Gregg LeRock concert.
-Read 40 minutes
-Frindle activity #5 due Tuesday
UNIT OF INQUIRY:
Today was our Gregg LeRock concert. Our summative begins on Friday and will be due Monday, May 7. Please have your research ready to go on Friday.
-Have your research and any items you may need ready for Friday
-Summative due Monday, May 7
I hope you have a wonderful night!
Mrs. Hocevar J