Starting Monday we are going to ask all parents/guardians picking up their children to park in the parking lot and NOT park alongside the buses. It is not a safe situation having students walk between the buses to get to … Read More
Congratulations to all three of our basketball teams for representing JCPS at the zone tournaments. Thanks to all of our eager coaches: Mrs. Grof, Mrs. Smith, Ms. Coumbs, Mrs. Warren, Ms. Ingram and Ms. Korkush. Well done coaches! A HUGE … Read More
It is with great pleasure that JCPS gets to announce that Mrs. Dawn Mattiussi has won the TLDSB Teaching Impact award for 2014-2015. Way to go Mrs. Mattiussi! Mrs. Mattiussi teaches grade 7/8. This year computer prep has been added … Read More
Hopefully all students have had the chance to check out the signs around the school inviting them to take part in a Folktale Festival at the end of May. Students can see Mrs. O on Thursday to get further information.
Welcome Carly Tinkler to JCPS. Carly has joined our team as a student teacher and is spending her learning time in Mrs. MacPherson’s grade 5/6 class. She is in her 5th year of Concurrent Eduation from Nipissing University. Welcome Carly … Read More
What is fairness? How can we be fair? Come out to the assembly hosted by Mrs. Roundsky’s grade 1 class under the direction of Ms. Ogilvie to find out about fairness. The assembly is on Monday, March 30th at 2:15 … Read More
Yesterday’s Joke: What has 100 legs but cannot walk? Answer: 50 pair of pants Try this: If you take any number, double it, add 10, divide by 2, and subtract the original number, the answer is always 5.
Yesterday’s Riddle: What is the difference between a new penny and an old quarter? Answer: 24 cents Today’s Riddle: What has 100 legs but cannot walk? Websites to check out: www.pedagonet.com www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com www.kidsites.com Click on math links
Are there dinosaurs at JCPS? Apparently so in room 12. The students were busy digging for dinosaurs. It was fun to hear the questions: “What is a fossil?, How is a fossil made?” What a great activity for learning. A … Read More