Our Grade 4 students worked backwards from their theories about storms to hypothesize about the key parts of a storm:
On December 1st, Richland Academy hosted an evening of arts and holiday shopping for ladies only! This event featured items from local artisans, and designer-inspired jewellery and fashions that were available for purchase. A special thank you to the vendors, and also to the shoppers who came out to show their support. Proceeds from this event will go toward Parent Community Fundraising to enhance our children’s outdoor learning spaces, as well as our ‘Haiti Fund’ through Free The Children’s Adopt-A-Village’ program.
On November 30th, young people around the world were ‘silent’ for 1 to 24 hours in solidarity with children who are being silenced by poverty and exploitation. The Vow of (Silence) is a Free The Children initiative that is meant to attract as much attention as possible to raise awareness and create real social change. Richland students, staff and Faculty took part in the campaign for a third consecutive year to ‘take a stand’ for children’s well-being worldwide and give a voice to the millions of children around the world whose basic rights have not been upheld.
This holiday season, the Richland community is helping to make a difference!
We recently participated in the Out-of-the-Cold drive, where we collected gently used coats, scarves, winter hats, mitts, boots and snow-pants under our ‘Giving Tree’ for local Richmond Hill families. We are also supporting the Family Giving Program, ‘Holiday Heroes,’ where each school division is collecting new donations to support 3 York Region families. These projects are an extension of Richland’s ongoing commitment to community service.
Between the ages of 3 and 5 children usually demonstrate rapid gains in fine motor manipulation, finger dexterity and tool use. Development of fine motor skills takes time, patience and practice. Activities that...