End of Day Parking

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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

Basketball News

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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

Congratulations Mrs. Mattiussi

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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

Folktale Festival

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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!

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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

Fairness Assembly

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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

Math is Alive at JCPS

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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. 

The Wonderful World of Math

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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

Dinosaurs at JCPS

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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

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