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Friday, December 7, 2018
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Multicultural HolidaysDecember 8 is Bodhi Day (Buddha Enlightenment) in Buddhism, celebrating the day in which Siddhartha Gautama sat underneath the Bodhi tree and attained enlightenment.
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smile squadQ: Why can’t Christmas trees sew?
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Me to We Today is the day! Please see Mrs Chambers before period 4, if you are leading a grade 5 - 8 class and Mrs Kavander if you are leading a discussion with grades 2 - 4. Please pick up the laundry hamper, copy of the Holidays song, discussion notes, and sign to go on the basket about the family from Mrs Chambers (Grades 5 - 8) or Mme Kavander (Grades 2 - 4). Remember to go to your assigned sponsor class at the beginning of period 4.
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Me to We Rafiki SalesHolidays themed rafikis will be on sale before and after the Holidays concerts next week. For $10 you get a beautiful gift and know that you have supported fair trade in a developing nation.
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smile squadA: They always drop their needles.
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Coyote PackPractice in the forum today! Only 2 practices left before your performance!
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Robotics clubAre you in Grade 7 or 8, interested in joining a robotics club? Please meet Mme Lalli in the MAC lab, SECOND break.
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Indoor soccer teamPractice is in the GYM second break.
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Music CouncilPlease come at 2nd break to sign up if you are willing and able to help during the concert rehearsals and performances next week. You are responsible for making up anything missed in classes and please be reminded not everyone can be chosen.
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Mme SammutMindfulness club is cancelled today. Sorry!
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Boys gr 5/6 VolleyballFirst tryout is first break in the gym today! Don't forget to bring your permission forms.
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Today in HistoryCanadian: Canada also declares war on Japan after the devastating attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbour. The Canadian military impounds (takes) 1,200 fishing boats belonging to Japanese Canadians, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police close Japanese-language schools and newspapers.
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