This weekend the grade 10 science students trekked across Hilton Falls Provincial Park in a 23 km hike. They spent the day collecting data from sample stations, enjoying the picturesque scenery as they prepared for their upcoming trip to Algonquin park.
The grade 10 ICS students created programs which depicted rockets blasting off into space. They learned how to import backgrounds, graphics, and audio files into their code to enhance their programs. In the next few weeks, they will begin learning about the advantages of using arrays to manage data sets.
As a continuation of their unit on the First World War, the grade 10 history students presented about various ways it is depicted in the media. Topics included the propaganda used in the war and the Vimy Ridge Memorial.
The grade 10 students wrapped up their reading of All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque, just in time for the centennial anniversary of the Armistice. In the upcoming days, they will begin an assignment which examines different types of media that commemorate the First World War.