Harvey and Daniel's Inquiry ModelStudent Resources
Copyright and CitationDigital Footprints Count
Teaching Kids Using the News
Typing Tutor
MetisLouis RielMedicine WheelFNIM Books
Book TrailersAssessment
Read Alouds K - Gr 2Read Alouds Gr 3 - Gr 5Read Alouds Gr 6 - Gr 8Metis Read AloudsCree and First Nations Read AloudsFirst Nations and Metis Read Alouds
Awesome AuthorsGood Reads
Class Work
Class WorkGr 1 Cree StoriesMs. Saskebow
Math, ScienceSocial Studies
Math, ScienceMs. Fosseneuve
Math, ScienceSocial StudiesClass Work
Math, ScienceCanada PadletSocial StudiesCanada Geographic VideosClass Work
Ancient CivilizationsClass WorkScience MathBiographies
Class Work/Media
Class Work 8
Div Science pg
ReadingReading PowerWritingWriting Books
Animal booksSaskatoon Places
Ms. MorinMs. St. JohnMs. SakebowMs. Thunder
Willow Awards 2015Willow Awards 2014
GSCS Division - Catholic CornerPicture Books
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8:55 - 10:30 Period 1

10:30 - 10:45 Recess

10:45 - 11:45 Period 2

11:45 - 12:30 Lunch

12:30 - 2:00 Period 3

2:00 - 2:15 Recess

2:15 - 3:25 Period 4


St. Frances Xavier Cabrini


St. Frances Xavier Cabrini (1850-1917)


St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, Virgin (Feast day November 13) St. Frances  (born in Lombardi, Italy in 1850, died in Chicago, Ill 1917)  came to the United States with six  nuns in 1889 to work among the Italian immigrants. Filled with a deep trust in God, she founded schools, hospitals, and orphanages  in the aid of Italian immigrants and children.  In 1946, she became the first American citizen to be canonized when she was elevated to sainthood by Pope Pius XII. St. Frances is the patroness of immigrants. (Catholic Online at catholic.org)


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