Ottawa Trip

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This week, the grade 10 class travelled to Ottawa as an enrichment to their history course. From visiting Parliament and the Supreme Court, to exploring multiple art and history museums, the trip was both exciting and informative. In addition, the group had a wonderful experience skating on the Rideau Canal.

Splitting Up for Science


The grade 10 students were split into two classes for science. One class is performing exciting lab experiments in Ms. Hermanovsky’s science unit, while the other attends stimulating lectures as part of Mr. van Bemmel’s physics unit. The two groups will switch at the end of the month.

World War II Projects


The grade 10 history students began presenting their projects on World War II. Students got into groups and were assigned with the task of teaching the class a specific topic about the war and creating a worksheet to test their classmates’ knowledge.

World War II Novels


This week, the grade 10 English class read books depicting World War II, such as Maus by Art Spiegelman and Night by Elie Wiesel. They were immersed in the devastation of Hitler’s commands, the complex and careful politics, and the overwhelming sense of fear. Group discussions of the students’ reading will be held next week.