Monthly Archives: May 2018

Visit from the Humane Society

Monica from the Oakville Humane Society visited our students this week. Her interactive lesson on the needs of pets was fun and educational. Of course, the children’s favourite part was meeting JoJo the bunny. Thanks to our wonderful parent community … Continue reading

Posted in Oakville Primary News

Grade 1 Computer & Music Presentations

Our grade one students worked very hard on their computer and music presentations for weeks and performed very well on this special day! We hope that you enjoyed seeing your child’s learning come to life! ~Mrs. Marshall  – Music ~Mr. … Continue reading

Posted in Oakville Primary News

We love to read! :)

Posted in Oakville Primary News

Seeds In Residence (SIR)

On Tuesday, May 15, a number of our students from Grades 7 and 8 will travel to Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, to participate in the Seeds in Residence (SIR) program. This program is offered through the department of Humanities  /Enriched Learning … Continue reading

Posted in Oakville Elementary News, Rotherglen News

Happy Mother’s Day!

Posted in Oakville Primary News

Family BINGO Night

On Wednesday, May 2nd, we held our first-ever Rotherglen Family BINGO Night, in support of the Rotherglen Children’s REACH Foundation. We had a tremendous turnout and we thank everyone for their support of this exciting community event.

Posted in Oakville Elementary News, Rotherglen News

Montessori Math Material Grade Two -Erin Mills

The Grade Two students enjoy working with the long division material referred to as the ‘Racks and Tubes’. This material is a fascinating tool that is used when the children are beginning their lessons in long division. Every child enjoys … Continue reading

Posted in Erin Mills News, Rotherglen News

Montessori Grammar Material – Erin Mills

It is certainly amazing to see the Montessori materials in action! Our Grade Two students are working their way through the Montessori Grammar boxes. Each of these colour coded boxes introduces the children to a different part of speech. These … Continue reading

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