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The Maple Man Visit

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Everyone enjoyed learning how to tap a maple tree, make the syrup and play the wooden spoons.

Of course the freshly made maple taffy was a hit!

Thanks, Mr. Ng for organising it!


UPDATE: *We now have fry in the tank and have started feeding them!

The Eggs Have Hatched!!  We now have alevin growing in our tank. They will feed off of their yolk sac for about a month.

Division Five had some new members join our class…..55 Chum salmon! Our salmon eggs are developing in a special classroom incubator. We provide cold, clean water and oxygen for the salmon eggs to grow and develop. Eventually, we will be feeding the salmon to get them ready for their release into a local stream.

As the salmon grow, we will learn about the life cycle of Pacific salmon, including, what we call them at each stage of development, their physical characteristics and how they move. We also learn about salmon habitat and how salmon are sensitive to changes in their environment.

Salmonids in the Classroom” is supported and funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada in partnership with the Burnaby School District. Your child will be learning about salmon stewardship and making a difference for salmon and the community.

We enjoyed a great afternoon of skating!

Thank you to all of the parents who were able to join us. We all appreciate your help and support.

Accessing Your Microsoft 365 Account

Step 1: Go to
Step 2: Enter your username: and click “Next”
Step 3: Enter your password (same password you use on computers at school) and click “Sign in”

That’s it! You’re in!

We may be using PowerPoint, Teams and OneDrive for assignments and Outlook for email.


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