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5B – Zones of Regulation

Today, our youth worker, Ms. Lori, joined 5B to talk to us about Zones of Regulation: a framework to foster self-regulation and emotional control. It was very informative and something we can all learn from and practice. I thought I’d … Continue reading

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October 4th

Hi Everyone, Just to let you know, I stuck your child’s school pictures in their bags while they were in French, so they may not know they are in there. The order deadline is October 19th. If your child was … Continue reading

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October 2 – 6

Hi Everyone, Reminder: No school October 6th! I hope your child came home Friday with positive things to say about our excursion to Orwell Corner. We had a really great time! There were many positive comments from the Orwell staff … Continue reading

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Thank you!

Just wanted to send a big thank you out to a parent of 5B who graciously donated a microwave to our classroom, today. This makes things run much more smoothly at lunch time as students won’t have to run around … Continue reading

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Ms. Cameron’ MacIsaac’s Blog – 5B Stratford Elementary

Thanks to all the families of 5B who have signed up for this school year’s blog. You will find any and all important here! I hope to see you all tomorrow night at Stratford Elementary for “Meet the Staff” night … Continue reading

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5B blog

Hi Families, I hope you all are enjoying the last few weeks of summer. It sure flew by quickly. Just a friendly reminder to unfollow my blog for the upcoming school year…unless you think you’ll feel the void of my … Continue reading

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Keep it hot! 

It was an intense afternoon and emotions ran high as 5B tested their insulating devices, today. We had some unique designs (patents pending) which worked well, keeping the contents nice and warm.  At first glance, Group 4 was beginning to … Continue reading

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