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Yearbook Class:V SESSION 2011-2012 DAPS O’ Levels SEA View
Yearbook Contents Classroom Learning Special Events Classroom Performances
Classroom Learning Students learned about fractions, decimals, and percents. Students studied plant and animal biology.
Special Events Our class placed third in the city spelling bee. We raised $ 500 for new library books.
Class Performances Our class musical performance was a big success. Many students took part in the holiday dance program.
Congratulations to all students in Class:V Room :09! Best of luck next year as you begin Grade 7
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