LAW teachings, online learning and strong academics at grade 2&3

May 13, 2023

Kapawe’no First Nation – Tansi; we will be writing bi-weekly two paragraph article for the newsletter. In it we will be talking about some of the activities we are doing as a class and some ways you can support your child from home.

As you know last week started with us being online for the first two days of the week. We would like to thank you all for your time and patience with us during that time. It was nice to see the students’ faces and know that they are managing alright with everything happening with these wildfires that are still impacting us. On Wednesday the class got to go on a training to learn about what to take with you to be prepared in case they needed to be evacuated. That was part of our LAW teachings with Tala Williams. Another activity the children enjoy is learning about composting. We have a compost bin in class with worms and the students will bring food to put in it and they want to look at the worms. The worms seem to be thriving.

We are thinking of ways that parents can help their children from home. When chatting with one parent a couple of weeks ago she’s starting to do a journal or diary with her child at home. This would be awesome if all the students tried something like this at home to improve their skills. It will also help the child express themselves better. If they don’t want to write maybe they can draw in their journal.

On Monday, 16th of May we will be online again. We will be getting hard copies to come home and we will be contacting parents about picking up Chromebooks.

Miss. Flo and I hope everyone and their families stay safe.
Mrs Amy Mills and Miss Flo

Last modified: May 19, 2023

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