Tuesday, October 22, 2019

We had a fabulous time discussing the results of the election. Students were quite surprised by many of the party's performances yesterday, particularly the growth of the Bloc Quebecois. We were all surprised at the tone of the leaders in their concession and victory speeches. Some concession speeches sounded a lot like victory speeches.


In math today, we learned how to visually represent algebraic expressions as a graph. There is quite a bit of practice for them to do at home today. See below for the textbook pages.

At home this evening, students need to:

 ❏ Read for 20-30 minutes

 ❏ Hoodie Orders due Thursday (see below for colours)

 ❏ Math, pg. 33/34 #2-6

 ❏ Field Trip Notice due Thursday

 ❏ Library Book Exchange tomorrow


Math Homework:

Math Makes Sense

pg. 33/34 #2-6








Notices:​

Grad Hoodie Notice

Due Thursday, October 24







Walking Field Trip Form

Ongoing

Due Thursday October 24

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