Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive, Delta BC V4K 3N5
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Students are expected to write in their planners every day. This article includes greater description of homework, due dates, and reminders.  



Complete the Superhero Alter-Ego Selfie and mount it on black construction paper (see Google Classroom)



Measurement: Finding Volume (worksheet) - Complete Qs 1-11 on front. Attempt any TWO Qs on back.

Due Date: Wed June 21st


Language Arts  

Submit the fully completed Poetry Poster ("Turn in" on Classroom when submitted).


Complete the novel studies tasks (Maniac Magee) specific to your role for Week 4. Refer to the information in the booklet given in class that is relevant to your role. In addition, complete the week 4 connections.

Due Date: Tue Jun 20th



Complete the Mystery Science assessment worksheet on "Watery Planet"

Due Date: Thurs June 8th


Complete the mixtures and solutions tasks (see Classroom for Instructions)



Complete the Globalization assignment (visual representation and paragraphs) - See Google Classroom

Due Date: Thursday June 22nd


Complete the chosen Weekly News (from those created by students). Remember to attach the critical thinking paragraph.

Due Date: Monday or Tuesday of each week (to be collected and corrected by the student who designed the Weekly News)
Submit the Adobe Spark video recording on Christian Denominations (with images and text). See Classroom


Hot Lunch (Sports Jersey) Day on Wed June 21st

See the Assignments update for the last week of term on Google Classroom (also given in class on printed page)

Complete and return the Field Trip Grade 7 forms (with check)










Students want to be successful and need to understand how to get there. Using rubrics helps students to figure out what excellence looks like. By focusing on academic growth, teachers can encourage students to try new strategies and stretch their scholastic muscles. No matter what the starting level, students can always learn, stretch and grow. 

Read more: Rubrics and Criteria

Math can be seen everywhere. Some students need extra practice and others need extra challenge. This article provides resources to help students enjoy math at their own unique level.

Read more: Math

Good writers include descriptive vocabulary, a variety of sentence types, and a logical flow between innovative ideas. Sometimes it is tricky to know where to begin. This article provides links to resources to help improve your writing skills.

Read more: Writing

About Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart Elementary is a Catholic Independent school serving the communities of Ladner and Tsawwassen in South Delta, BC.  With a beautiful campus, dedicated staff and a wide range of extracurricular activities, students in K-7 receive a well rounded education within a loving Christian environment.

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Box 10, 3900 Arthur Drive Delta, BC, V4K 3N5
1 604-946-2611