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École Rivière-Rouge
Dec 07, 2019
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December 09
NO STORY TIME
All Day
December 09
DAY 2
All Day
December 10
Story Time/L'heure du compte 9 -11am
All Day
December 10
DAY 3
All Day
December 11
Gr 5 RCAF Holiday Concert 12:15-2pm
All Day
December 11
Story Time/L'heure du compte 9 -11am
All Day
December 11
DAY 4
All Day
December 12
Skating (RM 107) 10:50am
All Day
December 12
DAY 5
All Day
December 13
Hot Lunch
All Day

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ecoleriviererouge55Salle 205 enjoyed a coding session with Mme. Erica from ‘Kids Code Jeunesse’. Thank you to Mme Smith for setting up this awesome coding session. We learned how to code Micro:Bits!
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ecoleriviererouge55Today Room 209 had a workshop given by Kids Code Jeunesse! We learned that a computer is any device that takes an input and creates an output. We also learned the meaning of words like "algorithm" and "accelerometer". The students worked with a free program on the Chromebooks to write their own code! Next, we connected the micro:BITs to our computers to transfer the code. We were able to create different images, scrolling text, and even simulate a dice roll. After mastering that, we programmed the micro:BITs to play rock, paper, scissors.
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ecoleriviererouge55Here are some moments from our K-2 Winter Concert at the Seven Oaks Performing Arts Centre with the theme of les chansons de notre jeune enfance - Songs from our childhood. We are so proud of our youngest students for the work they put into their beautiful performances. Thank you to our families for coming to celebrate. Merci to all of our staff who were helping hands. Merci Mme Mahir! C’était magnifique. Bravo!
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ecoleriviererouge55Room 200 also visited the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. After learning more about the history of residential schools in Canada, we explored “Reconciliation is...” through poetry.
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ecoleriviererouge55Room 206 visited the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. In the first photo, a gentleman was explaining the architecture of the CMHR building. He showed us the four stone "roots" that represent our connection to the earth. Other parts of the building represent mountains, icebergs, water and sky. The other photos are an activity we did after learning about residential schools. We created poems.
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ecoleriviererouge55We are so grateful to have had a visit from our Divisional Elder in Residence, Elder Mary. She shared tobacco teachings and stories of truth, hope and reconciliation with our grade five students.
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ecoleriviererouge55Good luck, bonne chance Coach LaPolice! Allez les Bombers! Go Bombers Go!
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ecoleriviererouge55Assistant superintendent Matt Henderson joined Room 211 in the beginning steps of creating globes from papier-mâché.
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ecoleriviererouge55Today we gathered for our Remembrance Day ceremony. Through music, art and poetry, we shared messages of remembrance, sacrifice, peace, friendship and hope. Lest we forget. Nous nous souviendrons.