Saseenos Scoop!

Students from Sooke write about happening in their school

Hi, my name is Ebin from Saseenos Elementary. I’m in Grade 2. Here’s the cool stuff we have been doing in January 2015.

ARTSREACH taught us printmaking and we created murals based on the night-sky and space. We worked in groups with our friends to make prints. And then we made the mural. I was surprised how lines were not painted and we used rollers to add colour.

Oh! I almost forgot! We have salmon eggs in our class that will hatch in February. Well … that’s about it for me, bye!

Hi, my name is Brenden from Saseenos Elementary and I’m in Grade 3.

We are learning math facts in class.

On January 14th our whole school went skating to SEAPARC. It was fun skating with my friends. Skating is easy for me because I already know how to skate. We play floor hockey at lunch and we might get to play in the floor hockey jamboree with other schools.

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