Author Archives: Ms. Cardarelli
Students are spending a considerable amount of time out of doors at lunch time, during gym classes and drama class. We are asking parents to send students with hats, to protect them from the sun (sunglasses are optional). You are … Continue reading
Tumpane’s next pizza day is Tuesday, May 15, 2018. All pizza forms are due on or before Thursday, May 10, 2018.
This week students are participating in the Jump Rope for Heart move-a-thin. On Thursday children will be jumping for charity, to raise money for the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation. Please remember to return your forms to school on or … Continue reading
Just a quick reminder about the Parent Council’s meeting tonight. Everyone is welcome to attend. It begins at 6:30 and we have a special guest speaker talking about the new zones of regulation strategy being implemented at Tumpane. Child minding … Continue reading
Our students have been working on mini-autobiographies of themselves this last month. They have used creative and writing materials for their projects. Students began by making self-portraits, using shapes to help them create their faces. The children then presented themselves … Continue reading
Our students have been working on their structures these last few weeks, planning their projects, selecting materials and putting their ideas together. Through the process they have shared their thinking with others, problem solved and made decisions, making … Continue reading
Parents are invited and encouraged to attend the meeting on Tuesday, May 8, 2018. Light refreshments and child-minding will be available to families attending that evening. The meeting will begin at 6: 30 p.m. upstairs in the Tumpane library.
Our students celebrating Pink Day, sharing their anti-bullying t-shirt slogans promoting kindness and respect for others. Students brainstormed these ideas together and selected the one they wished to keep in mind that day. We hope to keep these in mind … Continue reading
Last Friday our class had a wonderful visit to Kortright Conservation Centre. We started out with a hike through some of the natural habitats on the property. Our students visited a pond, forest and grassland. Later our guide, Skye took … Continue reading