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Ms. Cooney, Richland Academy’s Grade 5 teacher, is not only engaged in our school community; she’s engaged in the wider community through her boxing expertise. “A couple of years ago I went up to the Northwest Territories to teach, in a place where there were 
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A curriculum map is a tool that provides an overview of curriculum components, which can be used to plan, revise and reflect on students’ learning opportunities. They are often completed each month in an electronic chart format and filed away where no one ever sees 
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A poet, a writer a motivational speaker & an educator. In addition to slams and a long list of feature performances across Canada and the U.S., Truth Is … has headlined in several conferences focused on social equity, gender equality, and youth motivation. Truth recently 
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The Grade Five students were shown a framed photo and the war medals of an anonymous man.  Their only instructions were to give the man a name and a story… Much dialogue took place between students as they tried to develop an accurate representation for 
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Richland Academy’s Remembrance Day Assembly conveyed poignancy and peacefulness as the school community came together to mark this important occasion.The Grade Five students shared a reflective montage of World War II experiences, which included a portrayal of Colonel John McCrae and a beautiful acapella rendition 
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When we work as a team, we can accomplish so much. This year, at Camp Couchiching that’s exactly what we did!! We are still learning, but we are getting there, one great moment at a time.
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Richland Academy’s outdoor education program includes a residential trip to Camp Couchiching for our Grade 4-6 students. During their time at Camp Cooch students focus on trust, leadership, and outdoor skills, including geo caching. They were fortunate and had fantastic weather, and the students couldn’t 
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The Grade 5 students have undertaken a budgeting project to better understand and appreciate the value of money from the perspective of someone earning minimum wage.  One component of the project was to grocery shop and plan a meal for their group for $10.00.  The 
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The students in Grades 4-6 were introduced to African and Brazilian beats during a Drum Workshop conducted by Norm Jones. Mr. Jones is an accomplished percussionist and has performed with many soul, funk, and jazz artists in Toronto and around the world. The students learned 
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The Grade 5 students were given the task of creating their own identity masks. They were instructed to include details that represented themselves. The questions were thought-provoking and encouraged the students to examine themselves carefully, “How can we represent our identities using symbolism?” and “What 
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