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Three students took home the All-Star Student Award this week - congratulations to Kallan, Sienna and Jack! :)

Kallan kicked off the week by completing his second 'Making Good Choices' punch card earning him the trophy! Kallan continues to lend a helping hand in the gym, and he also has an infectious enthusiasm towards Phys Ed class!

Sienna was the second winner of the trophy this week! Sienna has been great at tidying up in the gym, and she’s always leaving with a sweat on! 

Jack took home the trophy on Wednesday! Jack has been trying his best to better any skills we learn, and he’s always helpful in putting away his things at the end of lessons! 

Way to go to our All-Star Students and keep up the great work, Kallan, Sienna and Jack! :)

 

Two more students took turns with the All-Star Student Award this week; congratulations to Jenelle and Uriah! :)

Jenelle has been a consistent helping hand in the gym, she’s keen to help out her classmates and she’s been committed to bettering her skills, too!

Uriah has been helpful cleaning up at the end of class, but she has also been awesome at using her WITS when conflict arises in the gym!

Keep up the awesome, and thanks for being awesome, Jenelle and Uriah! :)

 

Week 10 wrapped up with two students taking home the All-Star Student Award: Congratulations, Tatum and Eliah! 
Tatum has been committed to learning new skills in the gym and he is always keen to help out his classmates!
Eliah has been a caring friend who has been dedicated to bettering his skills in the gym! 
Keep up the awesome, Tatum and Eliah! :)

Three students took home the All-Star Student Award during week 9 of our 2020-21 school year! Congratulations to Ashlyn, Drew and Kitpu for putting in the extra effort to complete their 'Making Good Choices' punch cards this week! :)

Ashlyn has demonstrated excellent listening skills and is committed to lending a helping hand at the end of every class! Drew puts in a solid effort every lesson, as he works had to learn new skills; the same can be said for Kitpu who has been a role model for her classmates in embodying the mottos: 'never giving up' and 'practice makes perfect'!

Keep up the awesome, Ashlyn, Drew and Kitpu! :)

Congratulations to Zander for taking home the All-Star Student Award in PE last Thursday; he was the only student to do so in Week 8! Zander committed to bettering his badminton, volleyball and tennis skills, as he always challenges himself to get ‘one more hit’ when self-rallying or playing with a classmate! I can't wait to see how his skills further develop! Keep up the awesome, Zander!

This week, two PLFNS students took home the All-Star Student Award this week; congratulations Aliyah and Drayson!
Aliyah completed her 'Making Good Choices' punch card by constantly tidying up and offering to help me during lessons. She also sets a positive example for her classmates by putting 100% effort into whatever we do - as does Drayson. Both students are enthusiastic about PE classes and are caring towards their peers. Drayson is also a risk-taker in trying new things, and not giving up until he figures it out! 
Keep up the great work, Aliyah and Drayson! :)

Congratulations to Kallan for taking home the All Star Student in PE for the FIRST TIME THIS SCHOOL YEAR! He completed his ‘Making Good Choices’ punchcard before anyone else in the school, for being consistently helpful, caring and a good friend to his peers!
Keep up the awesome, Kallan, and way to be a role model for the whole school! 

Information for Parents of students in Grades 5-8 regarding Seesaw and Google Classroom

How to check your child's SEESAW assignments using the SEESAW CLASS APP.

I hope this update finds you all healthy and well! 
I realize that being on lock-down brings about some fear, anxiety and a lot of other unknown factors, as we wait and see what progresses with Covid-19 and our community! Physical activity is a wonderful and effective means of helping reduce some of the unsettling feelings we're experiencing, and to help with that, I'm going to share daily videos to help inspire some creativity, movement and transdisciplinary learning at home! 
If you can, check into your child's Seesaw account and watch the video via "Activities". Alternatively, here's the link:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GGxmIJGaD_hq5sRu-F-L754lRvui00z7/view?usp=sharing

Stay fit, have fun and remember, we'll get through this! 

-Ms. Melinda :)

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