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Living Soil in Grade 4

By Hussnain from 4H On December 5th, all the grade fours at Mountain View Campus had a jolly good time learning about the wonders of vermicomposting! They even got to touch soil and dirt so they feel the differences. Surprisingly the soil was actually worm poo or castings. After, they learned what you should feed

Micro:bits Coding at Mountain View

By Afsha S. from 4H Grades four and threes at Mountain View had the Micro:Bit workshop. In this workshop they studied the different strategies of coding with tiny little computers. They used a lot of their knowledge and actually also got to make characters such as someone doing "The Floss", they made a flashing heart

Bricks 4 Kids Building Things Workshops

For the past week, Mountain View has been host to Bricks 4 Kids! Bricks 4 Kidz provided Mountain View students with an extraordinary opportunity to learn, build, and play with LEGO® Bricks. Grades 1-4 each had an exciting, hands-on, in-class experience where they built on their curricular outcomes in science of structures, buoyancy, and/or simple

Grade 4 Recyclers!

Grade 4 students at Mountain View have been busy helping our school and environment by running our drink container recycling program! Each day at lunch recess, volunteer grade 4 students make their rounds to each classroom to collect drink containers. They then work as a team to empty, clean and count the containers. It's hard,

Clay for Kids with Grade 3!

The Grade 3 students at Mountain View campus recently tested their hands on building skills with a visit from Clay for Kids. Students made coiled Indian elephant pots to supplement our Social Studies focus on India and learned about the specific properties of clay as a building material. They discovered that when working with clay,

Grade 2 Ukrainian Cultural Presentation

On Friday, April 20, the Grade Two classes had the opportunity to take part in a Ukrainian Cultural presentation and dance workshop in the Mountain View Campus gymnasium. Students began their morning by engaging in a discussion about Ukrainian history and culture while looking at some artwork and artifacts. Students then got to practice traditional