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How to create an origami bookmark.

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Scholastic Book Fair

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It’s that time of year!  We will be hosting the Scholastic Book Fair Tuesday, September 19th to the 22nd at lunch.  The fair will also be open on Meet the Teacher Night- Thursday from 5:30-6:30pm.  (Meet the Teacher Night is from 5:45-6:30pm).

If you come with a parent or if you donate to Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope, you will be entered into a draw to win $25 in books for yourself AND your teacher!  Please, fill out the door prize coupon on your flyer and bring it to the fair.

The fair accepts, cash, debit or credit cards.  Sorry, no cheques please.

To view highlights for the fair, please click below:

New Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

Do you like reading the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series? Well, you can pre-order the newest addition to the series, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid- The Getaway.”  Order and pay for it at the fair and Mrs. McDonough will deliver the book to your class once it’s released to the world!  

It’s international release date is November 7th, 2017!  

You can order it at the book fair for $10.50 (paperback).


Commission earned from the fair helps support your child’s library learning commons.  Please, come out and support the fair.

Thank you.



Author study on Dr. Seuss

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How to draw a Dr. Seuss fish. Dr. Seuss is an author and an illustrator

The Sneetches- a lesson on diversity

The Butter Battle Book- a lesson on resolving conflict

The Lorax- a lesson on protecting the environment

We are Grateful!

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We were grateful to have author Muskan Virk present her book, “365 Days of Gratitude” to our school.



Happy Vaisakhi

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Students participated in a Bhangra-themed Zumba class during lunch to celebrate Vaisakhi.


Author Presentation on April 27th!

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We are excited to welcome author Muskan Virk to our school on the morning of April 27th.  She is a student from Southridge Elementary in Surrey and she’ll be discussing her book “365 Days of Gratitude.”

She’s truly an inspiration.  Here’s an interview on Muskan by The Harpreet Singh Show: