Mr. Scott from the Sackville River Association came back to visit the grade 4, 5 and 6 students to do a workshop on the trout Aelvin that are doing "swimmingly" in their home at the back of the grade 5/6 classroom. Check out the grade 6 page for photos and comments!
On Friday April 25, 2014 students in grades 4, 5 and 6 will be travelling to the Oxford River to fish, gut and plank fish in the traditional Mi'kmaq way. The students have invited Chief Rufus, Keith Julian, George and Ginger Dennis, Becky and Flash Julian and Levi Francis to provide the students with information and knowledge about the process of planking fish.
Students in the grade 10 Multi Media course will also be in attendance and will be filming the event. They will be asking elders, students and teachers questions about the field trip. A short video will be created.
Thanks to Velvet Paul for securing the grant money that led to this field trip being planned and implemented.
Keep visiting the website! We will be posting photos from the field trip.
Congradulations to Kassidy Augustine and Carly Brooks for placing 2nd and Halle Knight for placing 1st in the grade 3 and 4 category at the annual MK Science Fair. Students travelled to the Wagmatcook Culture and Heritage Centre on Tuesday April 22, 2014 and represented LSK with enthusiasm and confidence. Great job ladies!
Students have homework each day except for Friday. Grade 4A and B students have Math homework Monday and Wednesdays, and Language Arts homework Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students are expected to read for 20 minutes every night.
Students have been given a list of choices for their final Book Report Projects for the novel study, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing. Students have made their two choices and have begun working on them in class. Students are encouraged to work on their project at home if possible. Students have settled on a due date of April 29.
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