Grade 4

The grade 4's had a great start to a great school year. They are settling in well with our new school rules & procedures. We celebrated Nitap day on September 22nd. We had great discussions about Friends, healthy friendships and unhealthy friendships. Students were asked to write an Ad for a Friend, they had to consider the characteristics of a good friend and list characteristics they valued in a friend. We also made friendship bracelets. 

October is Mi'kmaq History Month. We will start the month off with Treaty Education. We are studying the following topics: We are reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing for ELA and we are working on the writing process. Science: We are exploring a variety of natural habits. Math: Numbers to 10 000 (reading, writing and representing large numbers) Health: Stress and anxiety management. Social Studies: Treaty Education. Art: The Element of line. Technology:  We will be using laptops/Chromebook to learn about basic skills like, how to check and send an email, signing into our google classroom and apps that we will be using. Most importantly, how to stay safe online. 

Kwe'

Welcome back everyone. I hope you all enjoyed your summer break and are eager to be back in school. This school year will look different from previous years. Teachers and staff at LSK have been working very hard making our school a safe environment to be in. We have new rules & procedures to follow to ensure our safety. Everyone must be wearing a mask on the bus, hallways and in the classroom if social distance can't be achieved. When entering the school, everyone will have their temperatures checked and will need to sanitize their hands then proceed straight to your classroom by following the red directional arrows. Breakfast and lunch will be served in our classroom this year and also our specialty classes like PE, Music and Mi'kmaq will be held in our classroom. We will be incorporating outdoor education whenever possible.

Every student will be getting a chrome book and we will be making technology and digital learning a top priority in the first few weeks so we can get acquainted and comfortable using the new device in the event school is switched back to online learning. We all know change can be hard but we are in this together and we will get through this. Everyone at LSK is committed to providing a safe and fun learning environment for all. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at the school 902 758-1229 or email tstephens@lskschool.ca. 

See you soon,
Ms. Stephens
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Kwe

Wow, that was a third term like no other. The year 2020 will be a memorable one for sure. I want to give a big shout to my students and parents during all of this for trying their best to learn under these circumstances. I am very proud of the grade 4’s for showing commitment to their work and their dedication to being lifelong learners and taking on this challenge. 

I would like to wish our LSK grad’s a big Congratulations. You made your community proud. Best wishes to you all! 

Have a safe and adventurous summer!!
Ms. Tabetha Stephens

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