It was a cold and windy morning, but the sun came out, and warmed us up a bit. We spent almost the whole morning outside participating in our schools' track and field day. Many students had fun at the Just Dance station; which wasn't a real track and field event, but helps us keep warmed up for the others. It was hard work and it was difficult to keep warm outside.
In the afternoon it had warmed up quite a bit, but it was still really windy. This was a challenge because we had Visual Arts outdoors. Our Art period was inspired by Jackson Pollack, who we have been learning about in our Abstract Art unit. Some students dripped paint onto their 'canvases' with their hands, while others flung paint onto their work with elastic bands, and paint brushes. Many used more than one method of getting paint onto their paper. It was very messy, and the wind made it difficult to keep our art in one place. Although one student said that her after her painting was flipped over onto the grass it actually improved her artwork.
It was super messy, and we got a lot of paint on the doors, wall, bathrooms, and ourselves as we brought in our work. Mr V. (our custodian) could have gotten super angry at us, but he chose not to, and was very patient with us. He helped us clean up our mess, and gave us spray bottles and rags to clean our hand prints off the school, and laughed it off. He said the important thing was that we had fun. We are very thankful for Mr. V!
- School based Pan Am Games on June 18th
- Track and Field day (TBA)
- Class Pot Luck lunch June 25th
- EQAO has been postponed
- 5 weeks left of school
- Last day of school for students is June 25th