At Rosser School we believe everyone has something important to offer, and collectively we can achieve higher goals. We understand that every one of us is good at something, but no one person is good at everything. We strive to motivate and support. We are confident that through effort and perseverance we all can achieve our personal best. Our goal is to help each child believe, “I can do it!” Children can learn. They can be strong and healthy, and they can contribute to their community. With the knowledge that kindness surrounds them, “We can do it!”
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Jenn Fossay from Warren Collegiate visited Rosser School to read her book about how plastics can harm our watersheds/environment. Thanks for the bamboo toothbrushes! They are a good alternative to the plastic toothbrushes that are used and disposed of. This was a ‘Caring for Watersheds’ project that Jenn was completing.
The grade 3/4 class has been having conversations about using math in the classroom, at school, in the community, and at home. They have done writing reflections to share how they use math everyday. Here is a pdf of “How they used math last night…” Grade 3 And 4 Math Reflections
On Friday November 22, Rosser School visited Grosse Isle school for a November Number themed community building afternoon. Students were in mixed groupings and participated in many numeracy themed stations. Students took part in problem solving, games, active math, artsy math and an escape room. Thanks to Grosse Isle School for hosting a fun afternoon!
The grade 3/4 class had a great day measuring, weighing, kneading, and baking. Thanks to Suzanne from Pennyloaf Bakery for visiting and sharing her knowledge. The bread tasted great!