Science 9 students use play doh to create the 4 phases of mitosis. Various colours help to differentiate parts of the nucleus. Individual creations aid in learning the phases of asexual cell division.
What an incredible day – congratulations to all of the colour teams – all of the students who competed with integrity & staff who supported their teams to the very last second! Congratulations to the yellow team who won by 4 points!! Thank you to the organizers and visionaries!
Taz and Sarah Dawn from Vancouver Theatre Sports came to present an amazing show entitled “Made in Canada!” Many of our students (and Mr. Guerin as well) volunteered to be a part of this hilarious show making sound affects, being arms, and sharing their injury stories! Check them out online or on Instagram for info on all their new shows!
This is a big week here at DRMS as we ramp up for the much anticipated Indoor Track Meet on Friday!
Last week students met with their teams and chose team captains and art directors. Tomorrow, January 23rd, students will participate in a sport skill relay.
Wednesday, January 24th, & Thursday January 25th, are tug-of-war preliminaries!
Friday is the big day full of fun and exciting events! Make sure to wear your team colours to each event!
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