Ms. Gill

Welcome to Ms. Gill's homework page. You will find daily homework and important dates on here. If you need to contact us with any questions or concerns Mrs. Jones and I can be reached via email at:

Ms. Gill - jasjit_gill@sd33.bc.ca . 

Mrs. Jones (Science and Music) - shelley_jones@sd33.ca

Mr. Allan (Gym) - dave_allan@sd33.bc.ca

Daily Homework (updated daily)

Monday- February 10

  • Read 15 min. 
  • Spelling - new words for all groups
  • X fact practice- they choose an activity that helps them learn the best, but they need to practice each night
  • Library tomorrow
  • Math- some bringing home to complete

Tuesday- February 11

  • Read 15 min. 
  • Spelling
  • X fact practice
  • Tubing Field trip- the trip is still on and we will be heading up to Sasquatch for the day tomorrow. Please have your child come to school prepared.
  • Socials- some bringing home to complete question sheets

Wednesday- February 12

  • Read 15 min. 
  • Spelling
  • X fact practice
  • Gym

Thursday- February 13

  • Read 15 min. 
  • Spelling test
  • X fact practice
  • Grandparent/Grandfriend Day tomorrow- Assembly at 10 am with class visit afterwards
  • Early Dismissal @ 11am

Friday- February 14

  • Read 15 min. 
  • Sight words (List in their planners)
  • X fact practice

Announcements

This week: Jacob and Grayson

** If you read the website with your parents then please come and say "Grandparents rock" (quietly) to me by Friday of this week to get a special treat. ** 

Important Dates (updated as needed)

  • February 14 - Grandparents and Grandfriend Day/ Early dismissal @ 11am
  • February 17- Family Day (No School)
  • February 21- Pro- D Day (No School)
  • February 27- Pink Shirt Day (Anti-bullying Day)
  • February 28- Casual Friday
  • January- March- D.A.R.E. program once a week for Grade 5's and Grade 4's will be with Mrs Gill and Mrs Jones for Math and Writing groups. 
  • March 5- Read-a-thon/ PJ  (K-5)
  • March 11- Swimming fieldtrip (11-1)
  • March 12- Term 2 Reports go home
  • March 13- Maker Day (Gr.5 students) 
  • March 14- March 29- Spring Break
  • March 30- School re-opens

Classroom News (updated as needed)

Language Arts-  The class is full swing into our reading, writing, and spelling units. Please ask your child what they are working on in class. For reading, in term 2, we have be continuing to practice our reading strategies with a class novel study. For writing we will continue looking at sentence structures, grammar, and conventions, but also start practicing our paragraph writing skills. For spelling we will continue to have spelling words each week, except for some of the short weeks.

Math- The students have been practicing recalling multiplication facts through various hands on activities. The class will continue to practice their fact fluency while starting to look at other strategies to help recall facts. Afterwards, we will look at a few different strategies to solve multiplication equations( students will choose the one they understand to demonstrate their skills of solving multiplication equations).

Science- Unit with Mrs. Jones

Socials- We will use the first two weeks to get prepared for our Round-up conference in January. Afterwards, the students will go into the Fur Trading Unit. We will be looking at different readings through various reading strategies activities to gain knowledge. We will end the unit with a final project (the students will decide what it is)

French- This term the students will be able to communicate asking questions in french (going to the bathroom, sharpening their pencil, etc.) and responding to directions in French. Also, the students will continue to increase their skills of communicating some personal information (name, age, etc.) in French. 

Gym- Send a note or email to Mr. Allan with all questions or concerns. 

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Information & Announcements

Integrated Arts and Technology K - 12 Program

The Chilliwack School District is pleased to offer an Integrated Arts and Technology opportunity at AD Rundle Middle School beginning September 2020 for students in grades 6 - 8. An integrated arts and technology approach encourages curiosity, open-mindedness, and a willingness to think “outside the box” within an interdisciplinary, collaborative learning environment. This cohort precedes the opening of the new Integrated Arts and Technology Secondary School (September 2021).

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