Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels
THE MUNDEN PARK "PINK" PHOTO BOOTH
Stand Up - Official Music Video for BULLY- Mike Tompkins
A special thank you goes out to the Education Week Committee who put together a fabulous week of events for all the students at Munden Park. The week started off with a scavenger hunt put together by Ms. Vulic and the students of the Random Acts of Kindness club ending with fabulous prizes. The week continued with a visit from a pilot, a presentation by the Region of Peel Wastebusters Team, a visit from a psychologist talking about her social psychology research, an Earth day community clean up and the delivering of our kindness letters to the community. The week ended off with some interactive leadership activities from a professor at Humber College. Wow! So much to do in such a short period of time.
Mazhiba - The Pilot
Learning about what it is like to be a pilot.
Region of Peel - Wastebusters
Learning about the 3 R's. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Jelena - The Social Psychologist
Learning about human behaviour.
Letters of Kindness
Delivering letters of kindness to our neighbours in the community
Earth Day Clean Up
Cleaning up the school yard for Earth Day!
What makes a good leader? What did we learn about ourselves as leaders?
Munden Park's Queen "Bee"
Congratulations to Mrs. Kirkby class and their "Bee" Inquiry for being featured on A4 of the Toronto Star on Wednesday April 15, 2015. It is always an honour when someone from our Munden Park family is given such an incredible recognition. Make sure you check out the link to the full article.
We continue our novel study "I Am Malala". We have just finished the chapters entitled "Shadow over our Valley" and students completed 2 activities of their choice.
We have begun our unit on 3-D geometry. Using the Ontario Curriculum, students collaborated to develop learning goals and developed a learning plan for how to achieve those goals. Students actually took this process a step further and developed their own unit end culminating activity.
For this unit we will be covering the following topics: identifying 3D shapes, identifying 3D shapes by their nets, constructing 3D shapes, identifying directions and locating objects on a map using cardinal directions.
Students continue to work on their First Nations projects. They have already located their resources on the internet and in the library. They have read various articles and have created jot notes together as a group. Students are currently working on synthesizing and analyzing the information they have collected and are in the beginning stages of putting together their final presentations. Stay tuned for updates.
A Friendly Reminder
I continue to assign homework on a monthly basis. Please ensure that your child has completed it on time. Homework is expected back at school on the first school day of the month. Monthly homework assignments are posted on Edmodo as well as on My Class site through the Peel District School Board.
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