Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Theoretical & Experimental Probability

We started our day with math. We spent most of today’s lesson taking up yesterday’s homework on tree diagrams. We then worked on today’s strategy lesson where we calculated, tabulated, and compared theoretical and experimental probability. Students are asked to complete the practice problems on p. 421 of the MMS textbook. They are bringing home spinners to help them to do this work. The unit test for the Probability unit will now likely take place on Monday, June 6.  Some students will be writing a measurement retest tomorrow.

We met in our novel study groups to discuss chapter 8 of The Bridge to Terabithia. Students were assigned to read and respond to chapter 9 for homework.

We had an Arts’ Night Rehearsal after first lunch. Grade 6s used time between their tasks to work on their UOI project or novel study work or math. Arts’ Night presenters will be saying their lines by memory at tomorrow’s rehearsal.

Grade 6s attended French class with Mme. Villeneuve at the end of the day.

Spelling bee finalists, please keep practicing your spelling bee words and more for the contest against The Maples Academy.

Please take note of the After-Care Message below:

Hello Parent(s) / Guardian(s)

This is just a friendly reminder that June after care pay-as-you-go system begins on Wednesday. 
We begin charging at 3:45 pm and ask that you come prepared with change as payment must be tendered before you sign-out your children to avoid invoicing and confusion over the summer months. 
You may fill and hand in the pre-paid forms up until Wednesday. 

 Thank you, 

Brittany Smith

Homework and Reminders

  • MMS: 421, Measurement retest tomorrow. Probability unit test on Monday, June 6
  • Novel Study: Read and respond to chapter 9.
  • Devices for UOI project
  • June 2 – Arts Night  1pm  & 7 pm (arrive at 6:30 pm)
  • June 6 – Spelling Bee with The Maples Academy
  • June 7: Probability unit test
  • June 8 – Casual Day & Graduation
  • June 10 – Report Cards, Last day of school

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