Temple Treasures

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We have been learning about King Solomon and all his wisdom wealth.  As a hands on way to learn about the construction of the temple, the class was able to

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Update on KCS’s Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak

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As a school that enjoys a robust connection within its community, our primary focus at this time is the health and safety of the students that we serve.  KCS is

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Is Cursive Writing Still Valuable?

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      It is  that time of the year! Students in grade 2 anticipate the development of their cursive writing skills. Finally, the day has arrived and the cursive

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Kindergarten Having Fun Peer Teaching About Fractions!

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

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February 14th in the Grade 3/4 classroom is an opportunity to celebrate friendships. This Valentine’s Day, we shared ideas while creating a craft, gifted each other with cards and treats,

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Nature Art

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Integrating Arts and Literature is always a great way to give the written word a tactile and visual reality. In a recent art project, the Grade 7/8 students gave form,

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God’s Wonderful Colours

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Kindergarten enjoys the many wonderful colours God creates for us. They treat their body as a temple of God and have fun preparing and eating good food.

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Art Gallery Field Trip

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During two recent field trips to the Agnes Etherington Art Center, I was reminded of the enormous benefits of visiting an art gallery. As the 3/4 and 7/8 classes viewed

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Forces in Motion – Inclined Planes

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Our current science unit is investigating Force and how simple machines are used to make Work easier. There is a lot of formula use in this unit, something that some

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Teddy Bear Picnic Day

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We’re celebrating our Canada Bears unit with our MUCH anticipated Teddy Bear Picnic Day. Beware of the Bears!

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