Message from Signal Hill Administration

May 8, 2020

Dear Families,

We are sure you have all seen the announcement from our Premier where he announced the provincial government is starting to change the parameters that were set in place to flatten the curve of infection rates in British Columbia (see announcement here). We also understand you have received a letter from our Superintendent of Schools outlining changing parameters through an education lens. This relaxing of parameters will include some return to in class instruction. With that in mind, we will be building plans and communicating these plans through the next couple of weeks as to what this will look like and how it will impact our community. 

Learning Activities to Put a Smile on your Face from the SHE Community

Mrs. Montie’s student Thai Ketjinda (and his younger sister, named Indy) shared 1 photo and 1 quick video based on their inquiry into science (force and motion) – How can we make objects move? Watch out for the caterpillars!

Play based learning at home
Force and motion in action

Our culture ISW Heather Joseph has made TikToc Ucwalmicwts language videos of days of the week and conversational greetings-check them out below:

One of our grades 3-4 teachers, Ms. Lattimer, created a video introducing ecosystems to her students-check out what she finds in pond water!

Ecosystems video part 1
Ecosystems video part 2

Wishing you all a safe and happy weekend,

Kúkwstum̓ckacw |Thank you | Merci

Roberta Kubik, Alysa Patching and Mario Tenisci 

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