History Debate

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.

Canada’s Global Impact

This week, the grade 10 history students investigated the theme of “Global Context” in Canadian history by exploring significant figures, trends and developments from 1914 to 2017. Students will then present their research through one of four mediums: a multimedia presentation, a seminar, a modern debate or an extended essay.

Algonquin Training

This week, the Grade 10 science students finished their four-day training program for the annual trip to Algonquin Provincial Park. They wrote a test in their respective area of scientific specialization and completed Sim 0: a three-hour simulation conducted near the school on the experiments that will be performed during the trip.

A Function Finale

This week, the grade 10 math class concluded their first unit on functions with an assessment to test their knowledge. Throughout this unit, students learned about transformations for a variety of complex functions, calculating their inverses as well as determining the equation of any given graph.