Grade 9

Junior High School Math 

Wela’lin!  I would like to welcome everyone back to LSK for the start of another school year. So far, LSK’s junior high school math classes have been making up for lost time. The grade seven class is learning how to add and subtract integers; the grade eights are investigating patterns in square roots; and the grade nines are exploring exponent laws. The students are also learning how to use technology in the classroom so they become more familiar with it at home. I am looking forward to a full year of exploring and problem solving.

Wela’lin!  I would like to welcome everyone back to LSK for the start of another school year. I have been looking forward to returning to the building to work with staff and students after all we have been through during these unprecedented times. Even though the school experience is going to feel different this year, it is still going to be great to see everyone again. With the pandemic still ongoing, there is going to be an emphasis on digital learning, self-care and mutual respect. It is only by working together that we all will not only just survive, but thrive. I’m excited to help my students thrive this year and into the future.

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Hello LSK students and parents! The weather is getting warmer and some restrictions are being lifted. However, we should all still make sure we are being smart and safe. Even though the school has been on lockdown there has still been some learning taking place through Google Classroom: the grade seven students have been working on algebra and solving equations; the grade eight students are continuing to work on algebra and patterns; and the grade nine students are continuing work on polynomials. I’m looking forward to seeing all my students in school as soon as it is safe to do so. Until then, be safe, be kind, and be well.

Hello LSK students and parents!

Firstly, I hope that everyone is feeling safe and healthy during this unprecedented time in our modern history. It has been a challenge for everyone. Even though the school has been on lockdown there has still been a good amount of learning taking place through Google Classroom: the grade seven students have been working on adding and subtracting fractions; the grade eight students have been working on algebra and patterns; and the grade nine students are continuing work on polynomials.

I’m looking forward to seeing all my students in school as soon as it is safe to do so. Until then, be safe, be kind, and be well.

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Outcomes to be covered while working digitally for grades 7-9.

Learners will analyse how effective decision-making and informed participation in society affect, and are affected by, personal financial management.

What does it mean to be financially capable?
How do an individual's choices affect other individuals, groups, and communities?
What is the relationship between goal-setting and personal financial management?
What are the rewards and challenges of personal financial planning?
Investigate personal financial management practices, including short- and long-term goal setting (COM/PCD/TF)
Investigate the impact of informed financial choices on personal goals (COM/PCD/CT)
Investigate the direct and indirect impacts of informed financial choices on others (CZ/PCD/CT)
Analyse internal and external factors that affect personal financial capability (PCD/CT/TF)

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Grade 9 Math Outcomes to be covered from April to June, 2020.

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The attached information was forwarded from Ms. Howe.

Thanks to all the Grade 7-9 students who have sent me all the work you've done. I'm glad to see how well you're doing in your independent learning. There will be more assignments coming by the end of the week so keep an eye out in your gmail. I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy.

Mr. DeLisle

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