Posted on March 9, 2012
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Thanks so much for all your hard work and effort in teaching with me. It was fun to have you. Good luck in Africa. Please feel free to keep in contact with us via our blog! 🙂
Thanks for teaching us.. All your expariments made science really fun!! 😀 Good luck!!
I hope you have a great time 😀
Good luck in africa Mrs. Riemer hope you have a good time there, hope you can come back next year I will miss you so much good luck hope you meet lions and cool animals hope you have a good time there .
Think you so much for coming and woring with us and it was fun doing the dance with you . Good luck in
Africa we will miss you . And it fun having you .:(
Good luck Mrs. Reimer!!!
Thanks for teaching us….. All those experiments in science made it really fun!!!!
😀 Have a great time in Africa.
Thank you for coming to St.James and being the student teacher in our class. I hope you get where you want to go and good luck on your journey! We will all miss you!
It was very fun having you in Mr.Purdon’s classroom. I loved how you made science a great experince for all of us with all the stations you set up. I hope you have fun in Africa.
P.S. Watch out for tigers.
I hope you have fun doing whatever your going to be doing. We all will miss you and you teaching, have fun on your new journey.
Good luck Mrs. Riemer. We will miss you just like we miss our past student teachers. It was fun to have you here. Good luck in Africa. Bye.
Oh my gosh, you’re leaving us today. You made class a lot of fun. Thank you so much for everything. Like Mr. Purdon said, good luck in Africa; I didn’t even know you were going, but still, good luck. Thank you again, we’ll all miss you.
Good luck Mrs. Riemer in Africa and I hope you have a good time there we will really miss you and I hope you can meet lots of nice people like we have here.
Good luck Mrs. Reimer
Thank you so much for teaching us we are all going to miss you. I hope you have a great time in
Africa! i will miss you:)
Good luck Mrs. Riemer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Good luck Mrs.Riemer I hope you will have a lot of fun in Africa.Thank you fo teaching us. >_<
Good luck mrs. Reimer! Your a great teacher and I hope you have a good time!
Good luck Mrs. Riemer! I liked how you teached us it was very fun having you in our class! Have a great time Mrs. Riemer!
Good Luck Mrs.Reimer i hope you get your carer you were loking for goooooddddd lllluuuuucccccckkkkk !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I going to cry when you leave 😥 😥
I think your keys are broken.
good luck Mrs.Riemer .Ihope you are going tio have fun in Africa .Thank you fo teaching us.I am goin nto miss you a lot >_< !!!!!!!!!!!!
YOU ARE SO EPIC NESS AND YOU MAKE ME CCCCCRRRRRRRYY 😥 😥
BYE BYE 😥
Good luck Mrs. Reimer we will all miss you sooo much. thank you for teaching us and i hope you have a good time in Africa. we had so much fun with you here. Hope you find the carrer you are looking for. Let us know what you see in Africa and the lattest news so we know more about your trip. I hope you have a good time out in Africa and you are the bomb. you are EPIC seeeeeee youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu soonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee you make me CRY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😥 misss you Mrs. Riemer we will miss you ( i will miss you the most lol not kidding byebyebye):'( miss you bye bye remember i will miss you more by bye have fun with the animals zebras, lions?, elephants. bye bye bye byeb bye miss you more :”(:”(:”(:”(:”(:”)
Skiing At Kingfisher
Me and my class mats from St.James were skiing at Kingfisher. We went Skiing at Kingfisher on Feb 22 2012.
First we had to get ski boots and my size is 5/38. Then I got my ski’s and I waxed them it was hard. I had to get ski poles I had to measure them by putting my hand up.
Next every body went to the lake to practice at the lake we kept on practicing then we did no poles practicing and we had poles. Then we went to the hills and we went up, down the hills. It was really hard to do pizza slys to go up the hill, now going down was easy.
After: we went for a 2-hr ski. We were going down the hills and I was in the zebra group. When I was going up the big hills it was hard. We were always taking a break.
Finally we went to the Day center and gave back the skis, ski boots, ski poles.
At the end of the day I was exausted from skiing.
To the Awesome Grade 5/6 class at St. James School,
Your notes were very encouraging. I am not going to have as much fun now that I don’t see you every day.
I had such a great time watching you play Minute to Win It on my last day. I haven’t laughed so hard in a while. Watching you all try to get the cookie off your forehead into your mouths was the funniest thing. Hopefully some of those pictures will make it into your yearbook. Hopefully I’ll get a copy of that yearbook (hint, hint).
I made it home safely, and now back to boring life without you. We hope to leave for Africa in August. I’ll let you know if we make it. Unfortunately there are no tigers or lions in north Africa. The Sahara Desert keeps them away. There are, however, lots of camels. How do you like my use of commas?
I meant all the things I wrote on your good-bye notes and hope you have a great time finishing up you grade 5 and 6 years!
I have a PS….. On the way home I drove by a wind farm. It is near Moosomin SK. It didn’t look like the pictures we looked at…. it didn’t even look like the picture that CBC posted with one of their articles. The wind turbines were not in a row or close together. They were scattered around, with at least half a kilometre between them. They say they will generate about 8 million dollars of electricity this year, or enough to power 9000 homes. A renewable source of energy, without creating pollution.
BUT…. a few of the people that live there are not happy. They say that they don’t like the noise. I slowed down while I drove by and tried to hear what they were talking about. I guess I should have stopped and got out of the car. From a distance there did not seem to be any noise. The people against the windmills were claiming the sound waves makes people anxious unless the windmills are 3 km from all houses. I don’t know what’s true, but I am sure the future will tell us.
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