Week of November 20 - 24

 Hi Kinder Families! This week we started to learn about the First Nations people! The children learned that they are the first people here on the land, they tell stories using their voices-which is called Oral Tradition- and about one of their tribes, the Cree Nation; even learning how to count from 1-10 in Cree! This week, we also had our first Code Yellow Drill. The children practiced their best listening learned how to be safe in the even to of a Code Yellow. We're looking forward to next week! 


This week at a glance: 

Student of the week: Priscilla

Show & Tell Theme: My Favourite Game - children are encouraged to bring in a game they know how to play & can share with friends (ie. Monopoly, cards, a game they created, etc)

Letter of the Week: Letter Review



Show & Tell: Taylor

  • Hot Lunch
  • PE with Mr. Kelly
  • Library with Miss Costales; please ensure to return any library books that were not brought back last week! The children will be bringing home a new book this week!
  • French with Madame Caprilli


Show & Tell: Lazarus

  • Miss Guevara away at CISVA Volleyball Playoffs
  • DPA with Miss Costales 


Show & Tell: Ariston

  • PE with Mr. Kelly
  • School Mass lead by Grade 5 @ 11 am - you are always welcome to join us! 
  • Early Dismissal @ 2:00 


Show & Tell: Emilio

  • Music with Mr. Kelly
  • DPA with Miss Costales & Miss Guevara


Show & Tell: Lisee

  • Dress Down Day - Team Spirit Wear  
  • Assembly led by Grade 5 & 2
  • Technology with Mrs. Espinosa
  • Buddies with Grade 6 



  1. 10 to 15 minutes of home reading (please use "my reading" book, "read well" book, and books from home) 

Friendly reminders:

  1. Homework folders- Please continue to check these daily and send them back to school everyday with your child. Each morning the children hand these in.
  2. "My reading" book- Please continue 10 to 15 minutes of daily reading with your child and place this book inside your child's homework folder everyday.
  3. "Read Well" book- this book contains all of your children's work in our Language Arts Program "Read Well." Please review the letter of the week and use the "Parent Prompt" questions with your child. We currently have the Read Well books, as we are updating them with your childrens' work. 
  4. Library books- due every Monday
  5. Dress Down Day- Come dressed in your favourite team's jersey! It can be any team they cheer for or a team they play for! Children are to wear full uniform and can wear their jersey on top. A reminder to bring in a $2 donation if you choose to come dressed down!

Upcoming Dates:

  1. Monday, November 27th: Hot Lunch
  2. Monday, November 20th: Hot Lunch


Please let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns!


With love,

Miss Costales & Miss Costales

kcostales@stpaulschool.ca & cguevara@stpaulschool.ca