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Hello Parents and Guardians,
Starting this week and until further notice, our Grade 7 Teachers are holding Flex Time meetings from Monday - Thursday each day from 11am-12pm. This is an optional drop-in session designed for all grade 7 students who require extra support for ongoing learning at home.
Flex Time is a fantastic chance for students to ask their teachers specific questions throughout the week and to receive answers in a face-to-face format.
Please refer to the schedule and new Google Meet Code to access the Flex Time meetings to help your child to be fully aware of this opportunity so that they understand when and how they can drop-in for teacher(s) support.
FLEX-TIME - Q&A with teachers 11-12pm
Google Meeting Code: WP7FlexTime
Please also note, that we are so fortunate to have Mrs. Larsen, our incredible Education Assistant who is also a support for our grade 7 students by helping them through this difficult time with their specific needs including learning concerns, as well as social and emotional support.
Mrs. Larsen’s email: email@example.com
Please know that we are here for you and should you have any specific questions to please get in touch with us by email, so that we can help you support your child at home.
The Grade 7 Teaching Team
I hope everyone enjoyed the nice weather on the weekend. Here are this week's learning tasks for Math & Science:
For All Slide Show Lessons:
SCIENCE (about 2.5 hrs/wk):
Check out the wonderful Particle Poems you've shared! Click here
1. (About 1 hr) Please download and review L5 The Particle Model and Changes of State.
2. (About 1.5 hrs) You will have this week and another 45 minutes next week to
complete your (updated on Tues. 21). Particle Model and Changes of State foldable. How to make the foldable.
MATH (about 2.5 hrs/wk):
1. (About 1 hr) Catch up on past weeks assignments.
2. (About 1.5 hrs) Complete the Chapter 2 Review, pp. 74-5, skipping #7, 12, 15, & 20B
** I recommend trying not to use a calculator unless asked to in the question for the questions related to 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3. You will need to use a calculator for the questions related to 2.4.
Earth Day Challenge **Optional (Your choice)
Attention all Willow Park Students!!!
Raid you recycling bins or challenge your classmates and let's celebrate Earth Day!!!!!
Earth Day is today, Wednesday, April 22, 2020. Earth Day is an annual event celebrated around the world on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, it now includes events coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network in more than 193 countries. Let's do our part WPS!!
Raid your recycling bin and create a piece of artwork with recyclables in Celebration of Earth day. Send a picture to your homeroom, Science teacher and/ or teacher from the Fine Arts team to post on the Blog.
Take a picture of the garbage you were able to collect in a community area!!! (once this snow disappears) Send a picture to your homeroom or Science teacher to post on the Blog.
Take the Earth day Challenge. Click here for more information https://www.earthday.org/
Let's give Mother Earth a Hug.