As part of the School Improvement Plan for 2015-16, teachers developed a Math strategy that would be authentic and realistic for their students. Once each week, students would learn teh value of money and how to earn, save and spend on essential items (bill payments, work to earn money, and non-essential things). Ms Dedam decided that she would open a store and price each iten with a money value. The students were permitted to look over the tanble of items and decide what they wanted to buy.
Ms. Dedam thought it would be a great idea to have her studentrs research and create Inukshuks in her class. It was a very interesting and fun project that the children enjoyed immensly! Look at the middle stage of their creations...they will soon paint their creations for display.
The Artist Smart Project is jointly funded by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the government of New Brunswick. The School Program funds art projects which are based on Fine Arts curricular outcomes and are a collaboration between one or more teachers and one or more artists.
Please be advised that on Wednesday, April 20th, 2016, the phone line at Harcourt School will be shut down for approximately 2 hours beginning at 2:00 pm. If you need to get in touch with the school, please try to contact us before that time.
April 10th to April 16th is "National Volunteer Appreciation Week". The group of volunteers at Harcourt School (Home and School Association, PSSC, as well as the staff who volunteer) are the BEST! The school wouldn't be the "Best Little School in the District" without them.
Be sure to thank a volunteer today for the hard work, dedication and love they give us each and every day!
As part of our winter Carnival, we had a Literacy Day where the staff and students were invited to come to school in pajamas to participate in a day devoted to Literacy. We invited several members of the local surrounding communities to come in and share their love of reading with our students.