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January 18th-22nd

This week, we continued to learn about more celebrations by talking about our own Baptism! The children were so happy to learn that when they got baptized, they became a part of God’s family. We even acted out a Baptism, by taking on the role of different people present at this special sacrament!

Today, we also recognized Black Shirt Day in support of anti-racism. The students watched a Sesame Street video about how it’s wrong to treat people unfairly because of the colour of their skin. We also read a story called It’s Okay to Be Different by Todd Parr and had a class discussion about how God made us all differently and that we are special and unique.

This week at a glance:

Letter of the week: J

Number of the week: 5

Student of the week: Alejandro

Show & Tell Theme: Something I Made (i.e. a craft, a painting, etc.) 


  • Professional Development Day (No School)


Show & Tell: Rafael

  • PE today
  • Music today


Show & Tell: Clare

  • Baptism Memento due today
  • PE today
  • Early Dismissal @ 2:00


Show & Tell: Naia

  • PE today
  • Music today


Show & Tell: Mateo

  • ADST today
  • Nature Walk today


  1. 10 to 15 minutes of home reading (please use “My Reading” book, “Read-Well” book, and books from home)
  2. Raz Kids– Please see information about this online reading program, which will be found in your child’s homework folder on Tuesday.
  3. Baptism Memento- Thank you to those who have already brought in a memento (i.e. photo, candle, certificate etc.) from your child’s baptism. If you have not yet brought one in, please do so by Wednesday, as each child will have the opportunity to share it with the class.
  4. Baptism Activity– Your children completed a baptism activity in class which has now been placed inside their Reading Book. Please take some time over the weekend to review it with your children and complete any work that is not finished.
  5.  “Our Father” prayer – A copy of The Lord’s Prayer can be found in your child’s Reading book. Please practice this prayer every night with your child as we have begun incorporating it into our Morning Prayer routine.
  6. Letter Formations- Please take a look at your child’s Read-Well record pages and practice the letter formations of the letters we have covered (Aa, Ee, Hh, Kk, Mm, Rr, Ss, Ww, Zz, Cc, Dd, Ii, and Nn).

Friendly Reminders:

  1. Homework folders– These will continue to be sent home every day. Please check the folders daily and send them back to school every day as your child is expected to hand them in each morning.
  2. My Reading” book– This will be sent home every day. Please continue 10 to 15 minutes of daily reading with your child and place this book inside your child’s homework folder every day.
  3. My Read Well” book–This book contains all of your children’s work in our Language Arts Program “Read Well.” Please review the letter of the week and use the “Parent Prompt” questions (found on the bottom of the page) with your child.

Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

With love,

Miss Wu & Mrs. Dos Santos &