Communicating with parents right from the beginning of the year is critical to smooth sailing for the rest of the year. As they say, “information is power.” When parents are properly informed there will be better parent-teacher communication. There are many ways to communicate with parents, but before you get started it is helpful to […]
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Every school across Canada has held a Remembrance Day assembly since the end of the Second World War. In fact, it is written into the School Act in Alberta as a requirement. Schools must have a Remembrance Day assembly on the day closest to November 11. We’ve got some Remembrance Day assembly ideas for you. […]
Halloween is such a special time for many students. How do you do Halloween activities during a pandemic when you are trying to physically distance to celebrate? What happens when everything about Halloween becomes a safety hazard because you have to socially distance? In past years we’ve had parades, assemblies and handed out candy. I […]
Teaching has always been an isolating profession. We spend all day in a classroom with little people who get our jokes. The adult conversations we get happen during recess or staff meetings or in the bathroom line waiting for a toilet. My husband has a joke about teachers, they can seek each other out anywhere […]