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Recently, our Grade 1 class read the book, “If You Find a Rock,” by Peggy Christian– an inspiring book in which different children look beyond a mere rock and find an experience, or take away a memory. After reading this story, Rohaum noted that rocks 
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This week, we welcomed Author and Creative Writing Instructor, Alison Acheson, for sessions with our Grade 1-3 students and Grade 4-6 students, respectively.Ms. Acheson shared some of her brilliant stories and discussed the writing process with students. The first session examined the traits of writing 
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On May 1st, our SK-Grade 4 classes visited the Toronto Zoo for an educational field study. As part of their Investigative Research, our students observed, sketched, and measured animals (both new and familiar) and their enclosures. Students also had the opportunity to visit the three elephants 
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At Richland, our students regularly participate in Nature Hikes, allowing them to be comfortable in the outdoor environment and become aware of the plant and wildlife habitat communities in the Richmond Hill area. Here, some of our Grade 1 students look for plant and animal 
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Following an examination of art from across Canada with Mrs. Sherman, our Grade 1 students each selected a region of Canada and began working on a piece that would represent that region, either in subject matter or style.
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As our Grade 1 students continue their investigation of the sensory organs, they have begun planning, sketching, labeling, and building these organs using human-made materials.  A student-created model of the skin, including blood vessels, nerve endings, and sweat glands  
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Our Grade 1 students add province- and territory-specific elements to their map of Canada, after exploring our country’s diverse landscape.
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This week, our Richland Huskies participated in S.S.A.F. Under-10 and Under-12 basketball tournaments, respectively, at the Hoopdome, Downsview Park. Both teams put forth a great effort and are to be commended for their basketball prowess and for the wonderful way in which they represented their 
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