Celebrating Home Learning

Celebrating, Sharing and Supporting Home Learning in Anglophone North School District

Kathleen Woods and Lily Savoy, students in grade 7, took this math activity about percents as a chance to promote COVID-19 guidelines. They are reminding everyone of the importance of social distancing, hand sanitizing, and wearing face masks.

Submitted by Michael Methot
Nelson Rural...

Jaykob completing one of the components of the Nature Ninja Home Learning aids.

Submitted by Joni Craig
Napan Elementary School

Posted: May 29, 2020

Cohen and his brother Jack built a camp! Great job on this cross-curricular learning venture. It looks great!

Submitted by Joni Craig
Napan Elementary School

Leah had to do a research project about an animal and it’s habitat. She chose llamas and presented it through a diorama. She utilized material from home to build the habitat, as well as her stuffies to present her project.

Submitted by Danielle Arsenault
L.E. Riensborough School

From aboriginal sports and recreation event:
FIDDLE HEADS!! Yummy and so good for you. Day 3 First Place Mini Warrior challenge goes to Serena Lavigne (11 years of age) from Charlo! Here is her submission: My favorite meal is salmon, potatoes, fiddleheads and a glass of...

Watson and his family took their up-cycling lessons very seriously. They have created bird feeders and the ultimate back yard buggy!

Submitted by Tracy Lynds
Rexton Elementary School


Learning about the rock cycle and volcanic eruptions.

Sumbitted by Tracy Lynds
Rexton Elementary School

Jayda (Grade 6) taking part in an online Power Play experience! So excited to see what ideas will be generated from her time!

Submitted by Kendra Breau
Tabusintac Community School

Keith is putting his woodworking skills to work creating many projects such as a chicken coop, building a playhouse for a former teacher he had, a planter and a shoe rack for the camper.

Submitted by Sheldon LeLievre
Superior Middle School


Students were given an opportunity to demonstrate and explore the functioning of vascular tissue in plants while at home. Anouk van Doorn chose complete the activity and related explorations, and submitted photos of her great results! Her efforts to continue her education in an online format...


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Added: Fri, May 29 2020


Added: Fri, May 29 2020
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