Monday, October 21, 2019

Today was all about the election. We watched coverage from the Leader Debates. Students had a variety of responses to the tone of the candidates. We all noticed how little the candidates listen to one another, and how quickly they're willing to talk over anyone, regardless of whose turn it is.

Other than reading, the only homework is to watch election coverage with their families. It's important to tune into history, no matter what the result is.

At home this weekend, students need to:

 ❏ Read for 20-30 minutes

 ❏ Hoodie Orders due Thursday (see below for colours)

 ❏ Watch the Election Coverage on the News


Grad Hoodie Notice

Due Thursday, October 24

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