grade 5 chronicles: wants & all - smart board in school

by:ITATOUCH     2019-07-06
grade 5 chronicles: wants & all  -  smart board in school
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Jamie Bigner declared that the school was fantastic and that even through the telephone line of Opaskwayak Cree, the smile was obvious.
Joe A's fifth grade student.
Rose School loved the school so much that when Jamie was sick, her grandmother Pauline Bigner faced a huge challenge to keep her at home.
Like all the fifth-grade students we 've followed in schools across Manitoba this year, Jamie loves her school --
But like the other four kids we heard in the third chapter of the series, Jamie has something that others lack in their school, she missed something that other children took for granted.
Jamie loved the school so much that she didn't realize how good it would be if Ottawa funded OCN and other aboriginal schools of the same level as Manitoba funded public schools, grandma said.
"The problem is that the funding we receive per student is reduced by about 25 cents," said Bignell . ".
"Obviously, the cost of building maintenance is the same for all schools in the region, so the dollar that each student can use for education is limited.
"Due to poverty and the resulting social problems, this is still reflected by some students.
We are moving forward, but there is no magic wand for treatment. "Said the grandmother.
Bignell wants Jamie to have the resources of art and music experts, and schools desperately need funds to provide resources for students with special needs enjoyed by the public system --
Bignell said OCN has only two resource staff and they are at a loss even though they are good.
Stephen Garang and Jamie, as well as the fifth-grade students of the province's largest independent school, Linden Christian School, are not on the same boat and spend less time on educational funding.
Still, Linden Christian spent $1,405 less on each student in 2010 than on average in the public system.
2011, which province last year-
There is a lot of data on private schools.
Stephen said that Lyndon Christian had only one smart board, while the public school he had previously attended at Portage la Prairie had a smart board in each classroom.
Stephen thinks Linden Christian is big enough to score a second gym.
It's a good phone call for him.
But there is no funding for private schools in the province.
Samantha hollyk knows that the Balmoral School in the Interlake School division is really small and too small to have dedicated teachers and a lot of options, especially in the arts. Still. . .
"I hope we have a choir.
We may have enough children.
"We just don't do that," Samantha said . ".
"I hope students like grade 5 and above can do sports like volleyball and basketball.
It's cool to dance.
I dance on the stone wall every Saturday.
"Juliana Valdora, in a large school in the Winnipeg School Division, has a high property tax and a huge business assessment base, and she doesn't want to be in Tinder Park Community School for a variety
But her lunch supervisor was so troublesome that some children became very hungry when they checked in for lunch.
Dad Fred says her lunch plan is $300 per child, which is very expensive for families.
There may be more options, Juliana said.
She has art and music but no bands and dances.
Dickson played a pretty good game.
The Paskel West School Division Opasquia school is large in size, but with other communities and six-
One hour drive from Winnipeg.
Without art classes, children have to raise money to attend after-school activities once a week
The school arts club and the museum field trip that children in Winnipeg can reach in 20 minutes is a major and expensive task.
On the other hand, how many children in Winnipeg took part in the Pas catcher festival this winter?
Let's catch up with our five kids as they enter the last three months of fifth grade. ———
What does Samantha Holk have in common with Sidney Crosby?
Both of them enjoyed skating and had a concussion.
At school, "we skate every Friday. It's fun —
I like it very much. "Samantha said.
In the arena of Balmoral
"I skate on the stone wall every Monday and Thursday ".
At school, "in February, we had a skateboarding and no matter how many laps we ran, people donated money for the structure of the game we wanted.
I had to sit outside and I had a concussion.
"Oh, that's not good.
"I fell over my head in figure skating," Samantha said . ".
It turns out that schools need helmets and figure skating.
"She is out for a week, skating, swimming, sports and the gym," said mom Roberta Finney . ".
She's confused.
She can't do math problems for a few days.
"Fortunately, it didn't slow Samantha too long.
"We had a wild trip to Shishan" for $4 per person.
"That's hockey --
"Adult performance, showing the negative behavior of hockey parents.
"I like bands, the gym,
But math is no problem, not my favorite.
I like science.
We are learning electricity.
"I don't like social studies," she shook her head.
As for the future, camping in woodlands not far from Balmoral is in front.
"Oh, yes, we are going to Camp Douglas.
"We will be going on Wednesday, staying here on Wednesday night and Thursday night," Samantha said . ".
"We do rock climbing and ride bicycles.
No lake, no river, no swamp.
We were going to the swamp last year.
"It was $115 at first.
We made a baking sale and we got $12. 50 off.
"Finney thinks she spent $10 on what she did for the baking sale, saving $12. 50.
Samantha: "This month is the milk spirit month.
We got a movie.
Milk and biscuits on Friday. "———
Juliana vardola and her Tinder Park classmates also went camping in woodlands for three days, her first experience.
"It will be great. . . I hope.
"She doesn't have a sleeping bag, but," My mother said, we're going to buy it.
One policy of the Winnipeg School Division is that they are not allowed to carry cameras.
"Some of the children's parents don't allow them to take pictures and they may be posted on the Internet," said Juliana, who maintains speed on the WSD policy.
"We did a social research project on the first nation, and I did the Inuit.
"I understand why they use inukshuks," she said . ".
"In February, we need to read for a whole month and we need to keep track of how many hours we read.
The person who reads the most can choose the color of the principal's hair.
"Alas, Juliana did not win despite her reading a lot:" I forgot to write it down for a whole month.
"I read Amelia's notebook, the book of poisonous apples --
Like a horror novel.
There is a primary role, and there are other secondary roles.
I'm jermo stillton.
For homework: "What do we have a topic called the world ? "?
For example, what is happening around the world.
"The rider who cheated on the Tour de France, what's his name?
"Well, there are so many.
If you are referring to the winner, it is Lance Armstrong.
"Science, we are working on simple machines, inclined planes, wedges, screws.
What is the probability of math, probability, blue, red?
"We use spinners, there are four colors," Juliana explained . ".
"The creative writing teacher told us a topic, showed us a picture, and then we wrote a story.
Mine was about an old library and the girl got a dangerous book and she died because of it.
While she was sleeping, the book opened up a magic spell with vines and they bit her.
"Come up with such a plot in the fifth grade?
In your second language?
Juliana, do you know there is a good chance that Stephen King is reading this story?
You may want to copyright your work.
"We are going to the nursing home in the River Ridge.
"We will work with a senior and we play the games they play," Juliana said . ".
Juliana said the competition School Choir won the silver medal in a match.
"The judges said we should have more expression in the songs.
This is a church, but they said it was for the concert hall.
"There is also a field trip where we will go to see the symphony and six students will sing along with the symphony.
We will have a spring dance on April 26.
Juliana just had a student.
Chair the meeting with her parents and teachers.
"Teachers and parents talk about what students do at school.
She was told to attend more classes.
"My teacher was angry with the children. they just said, they don't raise their hands.
"Juliana can't wait to qualify for a nanny course.
At home, Dad said, "she's like the second mom of her little brother ".
Juliana said, "I take my little brother with me so my mother can eat first. "———
On April, Stephen Garang held a speech contest at Linden Christian School.
Stephen said: "Everyone must prepare their own speech and give it to the whole class. the teacher selects three people in the church to give the speech . " He entered the final in the third grade.
His theme is: "When life gives you melons, you will know that you have dyslexia.
"We will stop when you think about it.
Mother said, "There are five mothers.
We have just set up a Dyslexia Association for Manitoba because there is no such association.
Other provinces are far ahead of us.
"And, of course, the science fair.
"I did my paper.
IPad, what better can you remember on it?
I made two lists and tested people.
The result is the same, "found that regardless of the system, the student remembered 6 of the 10 words.
Girls remember better on ipad, boys remember better on paper.
"Why Gender differences need further research.
"We were an explorer, and I was Ferdinand Magellan.
"He sailed for King Charles V," Stephen said . ".
Stephen learned that sailing with that guy was not the best move of his career.
"He started with five ships and ended up with one;
He started from 251 to 18.
He died in a battle.
Stephen performed at the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in April.
He pointed out: "I am playing with the alto recorder . "
They sang three numbers with WSO.
"We just learned a German.
We sing under the sea, in the Hall of the King of the mountain --
I thought it was from The Lion King, but it wasn't.
"There is a field trip to the Pan Am pool and the Voyageur festival.
"I want another gym of the same size, because the younger grades will be squeezed into the multi-function hall," Stephen said . ".
Although this has nothing to do with the school, Stephen will go to Toronto this summer to try to be a model and compete for a place in the performance school.
"They are looking for models who can skate.
"He plays hockey, they are very excited," Mom said . ". ———
Before you hear about the field trip by Jamie Bigner, please collect some mining songs from stom'tom, Johnny Cash or Loretta Lynn.
The field trip from OCN is for "professional travel --
Go to Flin on the first day and then to UCN (
College of Northern University).
"There is a big mine in Flin Flon, and the students go deep into it.
"We went to a lab where we could all drive trucks in a simulator.
They're underground trucks. It was good.
"How's the simulator? "One time —
Jamie laughed and said there was no damage after she hit the wall of the mine.
What did Jamie think after he came back from his career? "Being a miner. . .
She laughed again.
"It's great, it's a very extensive experience," said grandma Pauline Bigner . ".
"They never got it at school.
"She went with an open mind.
She saw a lot of her career that she might have seen.
Meanwhile, Jamie said, "I finally did a bad thing. I had no gym.
I went to the mall.
"She jumped out of the shopping mall that came and went to Pas and was caught and missing the gym was a punishment.
Pauline said of her young villain: "She came out of her shell.
This is her first time in trouble at school.
Meanwhile, Jamie continues to overcome learning disabilities in mathematics.
"I have an iPad and I use it for math.
I played it at lunch time, Angry Birds and bubbles pop.
"At the Science Fair, Jamie tested cleaning power with taco sauce and organic detergent.
"We put a few pennies in the burrito sauce," with lemon sauce and salt and butter. "Did it clean? "Uh-huh.
"At home," We have little goats.
I take care of them. "———
Think about what we're saying here about Ariha Dixon.
Do we want to give space to our competitors? Okay, let's do it.
"We do newspapers at school and I am part of it," Aliegha said on Pas . ".
"I'm doing animal experiments.
I wrote a short article about animals.
We sold 25 cents last year.
"At least before anonymous reviewers post their blessings online, does she like it? "Yes, it's fun.
"Aliegha goes to the art club every Thursday after school, really, really hope she can make art a regular subject.
"It's really interesting that we're making clay now.
We did Easter.
We made eggs and we had to decorate them.
"After school, I go after class.
"School program, Mary Gold," she said . ".
"I had snacks before they came to pick us up, or we went to the gym or outside.
This is part of the school, "said Aliegha, who lives about 25 minutes outside the clear water lake Pas.
She can swim in summer.
"Yes, but it's cold," Ali laughed.
"The report card came out, so I have a parent-teacher meeting. It was good.
"While parents don't need to worry yet that there will be some" splurge "to do when Aliegha learns something new, at least in the fifth grade, please raise your head:" We are doing family life after spring break
Meanwhile, mom, Cindy Hebert
Dixon hopes Aliegha can travel further.
"Field visits should be a regular part of the education system --
Perhaps most of this happened in June due to our location.
A great opportunity to go to art galleries, Manitoba Museum, and even the zoo!
"A field trip is in town.
We went to the dog race and the parade.
"It's interesting," said Aliegha.
"In the gym, we were folding cups.
We must go fast; I got third.
"In terms of language art, we are doing spelling tests.
"Just like French and everything else, we are getting to know the Europeans and the first people," she reported . ".
"I read the book hole, and then we watched the movie.
What I get in the movie I don't get in the book, but the book is more descriptive.
"In music, we play different instruments, such as drums, muqin or tape recorders," Aliegha said . ".
Only among our fifth grade students, Aliegha will graduate in less than three months.
The Opasquia school is only in the fifth grade, so she will change from the biggest child in the school-sigh! —
The youngest in a middle schoolnick.
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