The grade 11 chemistry class investigated various chemical elements and their properties through observations of chemical reactions. One lab experiment allowed students to analyze the reactivity of different metals based on displacement reactions. Familiarized with lab procedures and chemical nomenclature, students are ready to tackle upcoming labs and concepts in chemistry.
This week, the grade 9 English students completed their summative presentations. The students were required to create a story timeline using the books they read throughout the semester. Free to use any media, they were asked to be creative and connect each story to their academic and personal growth.
This week, the grade 10 history students completed their unit on the Canadian Labour Movement from 1914 to 2017. As one of the final projects, two groups debated over the topic of “Should the labour movement fight for ‘maximum wage’ legislation as a complement to the minimum wage?” with supporting points and arguments that were taught in class.