Welcome back! 2021-2022 semestered coursework and info starts here :)

Matshona Dhliwayo Quotes: Dear past, I survived you. Dear present, Iā€™m ready for you. Dear future, Iā€™m coming for you.

Welcome back everyone!

This blog will be up and running this year unless we go back to TEAMS.

Stay tuned šŸ™‚


Science 8 – please do your Safety Map and Safety Quiz

Science 10 – please memorize the first 20 elements of the periodic table, and use Table 4.11 on page 192 to memorize the 22 polyatomic ions

Anatomy and Physiology 12 – please complete the Getting to Know You questionaire and the Homeostasis Lab (I have a few extra digital thermometers just ask)

Science 10 Blocks 1-2A and 1-2B

For those of you starting Science 10 Remotely, Monday Sept 14th, you’ll need to check here for your assignments until I get everything set up in TEAMS.

You need to:

  1. Pick up Textbooks, Course Outlines, and your Science 10 Learning Guides, 10:30-11:30 or 2:30-3:03 tomorrow/Friday!!! Room 307, sign in for your textbooks, there will be a sheet provided for you. Textbook number, your name, and your email in case you lose it.
  2. Using your green textbook, do all 20 pages in the Learning Guide (not the first 2 pages, they’re information only) and have them ready for checking Monday Sept 21st when you’re in my class, FACE to FACE also known as F2F. There’ll be a quiz on the booklet so make sure you understand what you’re doing.
  3. Check TEAMS for more information since I can’t get into Moodle at the moment, or set up your blocks on TEAMS (use the Science 10 Team for now)

Earthquake, Jamaica BBC News

Image result for tsunami diagram

How does an earthquake cause a tsunami? Why didn’t one occur in this instance?


The lastest earthquakes in BC, get them from this site, one of many:


And since my first rule is to “be curious”, take some time to check this site out, about what happened to create the Gulf of Mexico back in the day: