This document outlines in brief the order of information you need.
June 1 Probability
June 2 Integers, Decimals
June 3 Fractions, Ratio, Percents
June 9 Roots, Pythagorean, Surface Area, Volume
June 10 Algebra
June 3 Integers, Decimals
June 4 Fractions, Ratio, Percents
June 8 Roots, Pythagorean, Surface Area, Volume
June 9 Algebra (During lunch if students choose)
The test outline is below:
1) History of Sexuality – notes about Stoic and Gnostic influences, etc.
2) Unwrapping Sexuality (Keith Graber Miller) Can. Mennonite article about healthy sexuality.
3) Sexuality History notes – understand where Christian ideas of sexuality have come from
4) Chastity – a spiritual discipline for the whole church
5) LIFE – relationships (parts of healthy/unhealthy relationships) Love, Infatuation, Friendship, Exploitation
6) Saying Yes/No to sex (worksheets) – C, Pe, Pp, A reasons
7) STIs and Contraception – know the information sheets about the common infections and the different contraception methods.
8) Sexual Harassment – definitions and examples
a) Gender Identity in Schools (Definitions sheet )
b) Sexual Orientation – what is it? (definitions and details from the APA)
c) “For the Bible Tells Me So” – documentary
d) Bible and Homosexuality – different interpretations of Scripture
e) Now We see Through a Glass Darkly (Tony and Peggy Campolo article)
1. Identify at least three items in your daily life (one article of clothing, one electronic device, etc.)
2. Research the manufacturing practices of the given brands. Record your sources.
– Where do the raw materials come from?
– Where is manufacturing done?
– Where is design/advertising done?
– Who ships it? Who sells it?
3. Identify 10 people in the production chain.
– Identify their location (city, country)
– Identify their type of industry (primary, secondary, etc.)
4. Create a visual representation of this production chain and include all of the information above (PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.)
5. Add a paragraph one write-up in which you reflect on this reality. What is your response to the globalization of your life? (Is it positive, negative, or both?) Why?
Each year our grade nine class heads out of the city and retreats away from the bustle of life. This year we spent our 48 hour retreat at Camp Moose Lake May 19-21st. It was a great time to socialize, enjoy God’s good creation, laugh and play. We also spent quality time in worship, learning and prayer. Guests, Jeff Friesen and Darryl Neustaedter Barg led us and challenged us to “Keep on the lookout, for the God who is looking our the best of you.” Students ended their time by blessing each other with a foot washing service. We returned home clean and spiritually refreshed.
The English 30S exam will once again be a process essay, culminating in the final copy being typed in the computer lab during the allotted exam time.
All writing will take place in class time.
EST students will write in-class from Thursday, May 28th to June3rd.
All other students will write in-class from June 2nd to 9th (June 5th is Beach Day)
Students will be writing a final essay for their exam. The allotted exam time is used to type up their final copy in the computer lab. All work leading up to this ‘exam’ slot is done in class, as a 5-day process exam.
Students have had the chance to hone these skills – time management, outlining/planning, quoting, and essay organization & rules – on their previous essay on The Kite Runner.
EST students begin this process early – lasting Thursday, May 28th to Thursday, June 4th.
Everyone else will write on the following dates – Tuesday, June 2nd to Wednesday, June 10th (Friday, June 5th is Beach Day).
Romeo and Juliet Creative Project
Due June 1st, students will have classes next week (EST students will only have 3) to work on these creative expressions of what they have taken away from this famous and tragic play.
On May 5th, 2015 the Westgate community enjoyed a wonderful evening of fellowship, music, memories and delicious food in the lovely Canad Inns – Polo Park. Thank you to everyone who joined us. Your support of our Bursary Fund raised $58,164. This money will be distributed in the coming months to those families that need assistance to help their children attend Westgate.
We extend a special thank you to all our corporate sponsors and auction prize donors for making this event a success.
Congratulations to the winner’s of our Ticket Auction on
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 (lottery license #LGA-4718-RF)
Prize #1 – Bird’s Eye View – Ingrid Enns (ticket #252)
Prize #2 – The Art Classics – Michelle Norton (ticket #284)
Prize #3 – Pizza & Movies for a Year! – Crystal Thiessen (ticket #541)
Prize #4 – Just do it! – Lindsay Kleiver (ticket #274)
Prize #5 – “Mennonites Can Eat” – Angela Neustaedter Wiebe (ticket #717)
Prize #6 […]
The final essay due date is June 8th. Students must submit a completed essay (see the rubric below) and their Cornell notes, if they have not already.
Students have the opportunity for detailed feedback on their essays. This first draft is due for review on May 25th. They may also receive feedback at a later time if they make an appointment with Ms. Thiessen. Ms. Thiessen will use the same rubric (attached below) to grade the first draft, so making revisions should be very straightforward. Don’t squander this opportunity!
HIS Essay Step 5-6
Students will write a review test, encompassing our food unit.
Vocabulary – from yellow sheet, from Canada’s food guide, from our “Qu’est-ce qu-on mange” dialogue about crepes (pink sheet), and from our “Au marche’ dialogue (purple sheet).
Verbs vouloir and devoir (know how to conjugate them with all the subjects)
Be able to answer questions about the dialogues and the food guide.
Be able to categories foods into the food guide categories.
Students must complete review before the exam. It is best if they complete it before Friday so they can come for lunch help if needed.
2014 Exam Part I Review
2014 Exam Part I Review (pdf version for Apple users)
2014 Exam Part I Review Answer Key
Assignment overview: Creating your own political party2
Links for Part 1:
Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
Interview with Stephen Harper
Canada in Syria
Info for Part 2:
Liberal Party – liberal_platform
Indigenous Relations 28, 60
Conservative Party – ConservativePlatform2011_ENs
Health 30, 55
Indigenous Relations 18-19
NDP – NDP-2011-Platform-En(1)
Indigenous Relations 17
Green – Green platform
Environment 2-9 (This is only a very small part of their platform on this issue)
Indigenous Relations 12-13
Measure, Draw, and Cut Out 3 nets – completely labeled with measurements and surface area calculations.
ONE Rectangular Prism
ONE Right Triangular Prism
Fold up shapes to ensure they work.
Measure and cut to the mm
Hand in neatly stapled together with your name on each shape.
BEFORE THE RIDE
Students will print part of the Winnipeg Cycling Map (found here) http://www.winnipeg.ca/publicworks/MajorProjects/ActiveTransportation/maps-and-routes.stm or using this link for a slightly more interactive map http://www.winnipegtrails.ca/trails-maps/
Students will trace out the route they intend to cycle during class (6 – 20 km)
Students will estimate the total distance of the ride and the total time required. This should allow them to calculate a min/km rate.
All of this should be handed in prior to their ride. Students can hand in one map per group. Groups can be as small as two people.
DURING THE RIDE
Students need to have a GPS tracking app installed (and hopefully tested) before the ride. I recommend MapMyRide.
Students will use the app to verify their estimates and their route.
Students must have a phone with them during the ride and must stay together as a group. All group members should be very aware of the route
AFTER THE RIDE
Students will print out the data […]
Mark Tuesday, August 25, 2015 on your Calendar as plans are already underway to make this years event even more successful and enjoyable!
Join us at Bridges Golf Course in Starbuck for a day of golf and friends.
Registration 9:30 am
Tee-off 11:00 am
Please RSVP anytime by email to Karina Fast.
2015 Golf Registration Form
2015 Sponsorship Benefits
Looking back at the 10th Annual Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament
Thank you to all our golfers, sponsors and volunteers that supported our 10th Annual Golf Tournament in August. Your support made this event a success!
2014 Hole In One Sponsors – Thank you!
2014 Lead Sponsors – Thank you!
Aikins Law Firm
Bockstael Construction Limited
CIC Inc. General Contractors
Crosstown Credit Union
East Side Self Storage
Fast Air Executive Aviation Services
Golden West Radio
J & J Construction Ltd.
Jason Neufeld – Royal LePage
J.E.M. Construction Ltd.
Korny Loewen Chartered Accountant
Stefan Home Builders Ltd.
Prairie Architects Inc.
Rudy’s Auto Service Ltd.