We have received the results from the Beaver Computing Challenge. We have 23 students (from grades 4-8) that are receiving a distinction certificate for placing in the top 25 percent of all participating contestants. There were over 7800 participants world wide for the 5/6 challenge.
In our class we have 3 students receiving a certificate of distinction, congratulations Ben, Er’el and Tehila. Another big congratulations to all the students who participated!
Students have received a paper copy or can complete the task online.
Instructions: Read the question, make a prediction and come up with your own experiment to test this hypothesis. Complete the rest of the scientific method.
Due: Friday, November 26th
Dear Grade 5 students,
If you need extra practice for your quiz, here is the link for Wordwall to practice your vocabulary!
We will be having our first math unit test on Friday, October 29th
Before the test:
-Test outline (Given today- Thursday, October 21st)
-Practice test (Friday, October 22nd- will be corrected and returned on Monday for review)
-Extra Review (explained on test outline)
We will be taking part in the following challenge over the next couple weeks. Each week we watch a video, complete the challenge and send in our minutes of movement for a chance to win various prizes from the new professional basketball team in Ottawa.
Reminder that tomorrow is picture day. Students are to wear their white OJCS polo for the photos.
Global Maker Day is next Tuesday, October 12th. The Grade 5 class will be participating this year! Essentially it is a day for embracing the Makers Mindset: it is full of challenges, activities, and presentations. We will be completing hands on and digital activities.
If you have any recyclable materials at home, please send them in on Friday or Tuesday!