Our Grade 4/5/6 class has been studying animal habitats and and are working on identifying what is important for animals to survive and live as well as how humans affect animals homes.
Fall has arrived in South Korea. The weather is getting colder, the leaves are changing colours and the birds are having difficulties finding food. Grade 4/5/6 decided to help our neighbourhood birds find food in this cold weather.
The grade 4/5/6 class is learning about Habitats and Diversity of Life in Science. To learn about the amazing habitats around Sokcho, we went on three field trips to learn outside of the classroom.
Mr. Esposito and the Phys Ed Department in Archbishop O’Leary High School took a three day trip to Jasper National Park to learn about Alberta’s natural environment and its relation with our physical activity. The students enjoyed hiking, biking, and learning about wild fauna and flora. Mr.
Science 20 and Biology 20 students from Archbishop O'Leary High School became real scientists for one day. They were able to test the water quality of the North Saskatchewan River by studying indicators such us turbidity, nitrogen, phosphorus, and pH.