Thank you/Lost and found

Thank you for all the kind words and gifts. I am so fortunate to work at a school with such amazing families supporting amazing kids!

A few items have been left behind. Do any of these things look familiar?

  • LG black Old Navy hoodie
  • Football
  • Glove
  • Action Bible
  • Yearbook page
  • Army guys

Are you interested in the visiting the Space Center in Vancouver? I have free adult passes (must accompany a youth/child)! Stop by the office to pick them up on Monday!

 

Nailed it Smashed it Send off

Dear friends,

Today was the perfect way to wrap up our time together in Grade5/6. We laughed, we got messy, some nailed it, some failed it, we cleaned up and we even learned a little along the way. Just one more assembly and a bit of time in class together and it will finally be here… SUMMER!!!

Thank you to my amazing students. I can’t wait to see what you do in the future, you all have purpose and giftings. Use them for good! I hope you will always remember you have a teacher who believes in you!

Thank you parents, your support and encouragement this year has been so wonderful. I appreciate that you have allowed me to journey along side your precious children, I hope I have done so with enough intention and care that you are satisfied. Your children are remarkable. Each student has grown this year and it was my pleasure to walk alongside them!

Please come visit me next year. Have a safe summer.

Signing off, yours truly!

Ms. Froyland

p.s. Please make sure all your personal belongs are removed from the classroom and you have checked the school lost and found one last time!

Celebration of Learning:

Nailed it or Failed it?

Smash it:

Off to High School:

 

Announcements

Uniforms: Last night, youth at CLC hosted an event. Part of the event included “colour bombs”. Remnants of the celebration remained in the grass today, during the morning recess all student avoided contact with the colour. During a class game of ball, we were able to stay clean. At lunch recess, some students engaged in “play” that resulted in colourful white shirts. All students involved were involved in making another friends shirt colourful even if they did not directly discolour their own shirt.

Fun Day & Noon Dismissal on Friday:  We are looking forward to our annual intermediate fun day tomorrow.  Students will be put into teams and can dress in their team colours. Students are aware of which team they are on.

Cultus Lake Waterslides:  On Monday, June 17th we are heading to Cultus Lake Waterslides.  We will be leaving here right at 9:00 and returning approx. 3:30.  If you haven’t done so already. Please make sure to pack all the necessary items. Please remind students their conduct needs to reflect HRA guidelines even at the water park!

Class Party & Celebration of Learning:  Tuesday, June 18th will be a jam-packed day!  At 10:30 we are going to open up the classroom for anyone who would like to stop in and view our novel study projects and french plays (loved ones welcome).  For the last hour of the day we will have a class party – theme yet to be determined (possible giant slip and slide and SNACKS).

Wednesday, June 19th Final Assembly:  On Wednesday June 19th at 9:10 our department will be having our final assembly.  We will be handing out Term 2 citizenship awards, top 3 academic awards per grade and certificates to students who achieved an A average in our core subjects: Math, Language Arts, Socials and Science.  You are welcome to join us.

Upcoming Dates:

Friday, June 14th – Intermediate Fun Day; noon dismissal

Monday, June 17th – Cultus Lake Waterslides

Tuesday, June 18th – Fairy Tale Play & Class Party

Wednesday, June 19th – Awards Assembly, Last day of School & noon dismissal

 

Going to Grade 7 Next year?

Parent Information Meeting:

Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 @ 3:15 please attend a parent information meeting with Vice Principal Julie Lade regarding transitioning to High School!

There will be a parent meeting in September with an opportunity to meet your child’s teachers.

On Wednesday, June 12th, 2019 grade 6 students take a tour of the High School. While on the tour, students will meet many of their teachers and participate in a student orientation and Q/A before the parent meeting.

Combination locks are a source of concern for many students, sign one out of the office anytime to practice!

Happy June!

Good afternoon and happy Monday to you all!  I hope you are enjoying this beautiful weekend!

We have a busy few weeks here in the Grade 5/6 classroom!

Novel Study Work Package Due: Friday, June 7th, 2019

Final Genius Hour on Thursday, June 13th!

Final Bible Memory Verse on Friday, June 7th:   Joshua 1:9 –  “Be strong and very courageous. Be careful to obey all the law my servant Moses gave you; do not turn from it to the right or to the left,that you may be successful wherever you go.

*We will do another sentence cloze quiz, please be mindful of the most important vocabulary!

Intermediate Fun Day on Friday, June 14th:  Please consider joining our intermediate students to celebrate the end of great year with our annual Fun Day Celebration on Friday, June 14th, 2019! Parent volunteers needed for the roles of: score keeper, game set up, team management, and cheer squad. Please email kfroyland@highroadacademy.com to confirm you are available to join us.

Cultus Lake Waterslides:  Field trip forms will be coming home today.  This is an amazing year end field trip and we would love for you to join us!

Upcoming Dates:

Wednesday, June 5th- Science World is visiting HRA! We will head to the gym for a presentation… sorry not a field trip!

Friday, June 14th – Grade 4 – 6 Fun Day, 12:00 dismissal

Wednesday, June 12th- Grade 6 High School Orientation/3:15 Parent Meeting

Monday, June 17th – Cultus Lake Waterpark

Wednesday, June 19th – Last Day of School, reports cards & 12:00 dismissal

Spring Sing (May 27th)

  1. Doors open at 6:00pm and the concert begins at 6:30
  2. Students should meet in their classrooms by 6:15pm
  3. Students will be wearing jeans on the bottom and spring coloured shirts. We won’t insist on a solid colour as to not cause too much stress for parents. I think our goal should be mostly pink etc…  Some spring colour options are pink, purple, yellow, orange or green.  They can always wear a white shirt as well!