Robert Ogilvie students continue to produce terrific projects and are proud to showcase them on our Robert Ogilvie site. Here are a few examples submitted this week:
We’ve all been trying to keep up our “attitude of gratitude” and are so amazed by the pictures and videos students have sent in this week to show yours as well. ROYAL hearts are THANKFUL hearts! Have a look.
Don’t forget, join us tomorrow morning at 10:00 am on our facebook page (Robert Ogilvie Elementary) for our virtual Team Spirit Assembly!
Welcome to TERRIFIC TUESDAY, the day we will showcase terrific projects done by students and staff. It’s a way to develop our curiosity, creativity, and ingenuity as we imagine, design, measure, build, draw, paint and play.
This week RO’s “rocking it” with painting rocks for our Earth Day challenge. Our office has turned into quite the workshop thanks to Mrs. McCracken and Mrs.Collins and it’s been exciting to see families out looking for the rocks that have already been hidden around our school grounds. We will post pictures of all the rocks later this week, but here’s a few hidden by one of our students. (See her clues below-Ms Sihlis and Ms Eldridge found one!)
In keeping with the Earth Day theme, Ms Lis has given her class the TERRIFIC task of a directed drawing of “The Lorax”. Here’s Ms Lis with instructions. Follow along and draw one of your own.
Next, we have some TERRIFIC builders in Mrs. Tewari’s class. Here are some birdhouses they created for Earth Day.
Finally, here’s this week’s SD60 MakerSpace project for you to try presented by Ms Conway. Looks like lots of fun!
If you have any TERRIFIC projects you would like to share, please send pictures or videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday is a great day of the week to showcase our Royal talents and Royal TEAM spirit, so welcome to Royal Fridays!
This week we are featuring ROYAL READERS!
Here are Mrs. Gonzales, Mrs. Scheck (former RO Principal) and Mrs. Dressler sharing our love of reading in School District 60s Livestream Primary Read-a-louds.
If you’d love to share your Royal Reading talent, send audio or videos to email@example.com .
Did you know that being grateful can help us cope through hard times, ease worry and give us hope? Despite the challenges and worries surrounding COVID-19, we have much to be thankful for, so we’re calling today “Thankful Thursday”. RO Staff has started a gratitude jar to write down some of our thankful thoughts, maybe you’d like to do the same!
What are you thankful for? To share some of your ideas: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (can also include pictures or videos). Here’s a grateful list from these students:
To learn more about the importance of saying thank you and the gift of gratitude, read this information from Heart-Mind Education: https://heartmindonline.org/resources/say-thank-you-the-gift-of-gratitude
Happy Earth Day RO Royals!
Today marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day campaigns, though we know every day is a good day to celebrate, respect and care for our planet. This year, we have a challenge for interested RO students and staff to complete by the end of April:
- Paint a rock (or 2 or more) and write on a positive word or statement, include (RO School) on the back.
- Send a picture of you with your rock(s) or just your rock(s) to email@example.com to include in our ROYALS – at Home photo album (launching this week)
- Place the rock(s) out in the community for someone to find, spreading messages of joy and hope to our community.
Here are some ideas for messages you could include! https://www.ilovepaintedrocks.com/2018/05/kindness-rock-project-painting-ideas-saying.html
Can you guess who each pet belongs to?
There are pets from the following staff members: Ms. Phillips, Ms. Green, Mrs. DeGroot, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Lamond, Ms. Saccary, Mrs. Klassen, Ms. Novak, Mrs. Wrixon, Miss Bath, Miss Lis, Mrs. Kenyon, Mrs. Myles, Mrs. Parrill, Mrs. Gallant, Mrs. Lang, and Ms. Eldridge!
The student who has the most correct guesses by 3:00 pm on Friday, April 24th will win a prize from Mrs. DeGroot and Mrs. Gonzales!
Join SD60 staff Monday to Friday at 10am for a primary read aloud through their Youtube Channel.