Monday, 16 December 2013
Friday, 13 December 2013
Thursday, 12 December 2013
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
The Sacred Heart Cardinals (a.k.a. Nerdie Birdies) Robotics teams capped off their inaugural First Lego League season in fine fashion. The students competed with 8 other local teams at St. Clair College on Saturday, November 30. As a rookie team, we fared well but did not advance to the regional competition. All of our team members graduate this year, but they will be passing along their knowledge to aspiring Nerdie Birdies in the new year.
Tuesday, 3 December 2013
Volleyball Girls have experienced a great season so far winning all games. They were the Champions at the Villavova tournament. Way to go Cardinals! We are off to Round 1 playoffs on December 3rd and hopefully to the finals at the University of Windsor. Thanks to Gemma's mother for organizing the team shirts which has boosted the girls self-confidence. Not only do they look fabulous they play with such grace and skill. Wish us luck!!!!
Monday, 2 December 2013
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Friday, 29 November 2013
Thursday, 28 November 2013
November 28, 2013-11-28
The St Vincent de Paul society will be picking the peanut butter up on Monday December 2, 2013. Thanks to all the families who so generously donated to this worthy cause. A jar of peanut butter and bread goes a long way for a family.
Please be aware that we are still a peanut free school and refrain from sending in items that contain nuts or peanuts.
Thanks again for your continuous generosity.
Principal Sacred Heart Elementary School
Monday, 25 November 2013
November 25th, 2013
Thank you for allowing your child to participate in our Math PALS program. This program has proven to be a great success for all students involved. Just a reminder that the fall session is coming to an end, and the last session is this Wednesday November 27th, 2013. Information will be going home shortly for our winter session registration. Thank you for your support.
The Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, is offering our Grade 3 and 4 students an opportunity to refine and master their basic numeracy skills, while participating in an evidence-based numeracy program called Numeracy PALS (Peer Assisted Learning Strategies in Math).
This tutoring initiative is being offered as a voluntary after school program at no cost to parents. Your child will receive additional mathematics support, by a trained tutor, under the supervision of one of our staff members. Tutors will be delivering the Numeracy PALS program, which focuses on the basic computational skills we know are essential to students' mathematical success. This is not intended to be a "homework club".
The tutoring sessions will take place two afternoons a week for 45 minutes. They will be offered Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. The sessions will begin immediately after school in the library, and will be conducted by our post-secondary trained tutors and supervised by one of our own staff members.
The WINTER session is six weeks in length, with a total of 12 lessons. The Winter session is scheduled from January 7– February 14, 2014.
Please take a moment to review the attached flyer for more information about the program. Once again, we are very excited to offer this free enrichment opportunity for your child.
Please express your interest by completing the bottom portion of this letter, and return it to school no later than Monday, December 16, 2013.
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Student's Grade and Teacher __________________________________
Yes, I am interested in having my child participate in the WINTER Numeracy PALS tutoring opportunity. I understand that my child's attendance at the lessons is an integral part of the program. I understand that I am responsible for my child's own transportation at the end of each lesson.
Parent Signature ______________________________________________
Numeracy PALS Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies
PALS research meets the highest standard of research based evidence—15 years of research.
PALS is internationally recognized as a best practice and has shown positive outcomes for students.
What is Numeracy PALS?
Numeracy PALS is an evidence-based program that systematically provides students additional structured practice opportunities on fundamental computational skills required for mathematical proficiency.
During Numeracy PALS sessions, students work together in pairs to practice mathematics skills. Each session involves partner coaching as well as opportunities for individual practice. Weekly quizzes provide ongoing tracking of progress.
OVERVIEW OF PROGRAMS OFFERED DURING WINTER SESSION (Jan. 6— Feb. 14)
Numeracy PALS 2:
Adding With Regrouping
Subtracting Basic Facts
Subtracting Without Regrouping
Numeracy PALS 3:
Subtracting With Regrouping Using 0
Multiplying Basic Facts
Your child's teacher can assist in determining the best program for your child.
Thursday, 21 November 2013
Sacred Heart is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Christmas Concert
Admission: canned food donation
When: Monday December 16th 2013
Time: 6 p.m.
Details: Student performers are to arrive 30 minutes before their classroom performance. After their performance, students will go back to their classrooms and the parents can sit and enjoy the remainder of the concert.
Grades involved in the concert: JK-3
* There will be a special musical performance by a few music students.
Wednesday, 20 November 2013
November 18, 2013
The Bookworm Club will resume on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 for students in grade One and Two. The Club will focus on reading children's novels for the enjoyment of our students. It is organized and carried out by a dedicated group of Parent Volunteers. Within the program are added features such as book draws, gifts and the occasional nutritious treats. This program cannot run properly without parent volunteers from each grade.
The Bookworm Club will meet each Tuesday for grade 1 and 2 during the lunch recess (11:39 a.m. – 12:19 p.m.) under the guidance of
Mrs. Bortolin. When the weather permits, students will occasionally listen to the novel outdoors.
If your child is interested in joining, or if you as a parent/grandparent or guardian would like to volunteer to assist with this program, please complete and return the form below, by Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The Bookworm Club 2013/2014
Child's Name (please print): ____________________________________________
Child's Teacher (please print): ____________________________ Grade: ________
□ I give my permission for my child to attend The Bookworm Club.
I understand that their good behaviour is a condition of their attendance in the program.
□ I am interested in volunteering to assist in this program.
You may contact me at the following phone number
Parent's Name (please print): ____________________ Signature: ________________
Just launched by the Minstry of Ed is their new Mathies.ca site. This site is a portal for math resources for K-12. Some are just resources that have been around for a while (like the Gap Closing resource or ePractice for example) but others are brand new resources (like the Representation Match game done seperately for both Trig and Whole numbers).
Check it out here
The site is intended for both teachers and parents to get resources so please share it with both
Wednesday, 13 November 2013
Thursday Nov. 14th: Reconciliation Meeting at the church 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday Nov. 20th: Parent Council Meeting 6:30 p.m.
Thursday Nov. 21st: Reconciliation Meeting at the church 6:30 p.m.
Thursday Nov. 28th: Reconciliation Meeting at the church 6:30 p.m.
Friday Nov. 29th: Advent Mass & Wreath Blessing 9:00 a.m.
Friday Nov. 29th: Girls Volleyball Tournament
Thursday Dec. 5th: Reconciliation Meeting at the church 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday Dec. 10th: Choir Dress Rehersal at L'Essor School 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Dec. 15th: Choir Concert at L'Essor 2:30 p.m.