“We could not do this alone.” – Thank you, Crestwood School!

  Hi Sherri, I hope you don’t mind me reaching out – my name is Maja and I work with the Toronto Foundation for Student Success (TFSS). As we’re nearing the winter break, I wanted to e-introduce myself, say hi, and update you on the Nutrition Pantries (NP) program, since Crestwood School generously supported NPs

PrinciPALs

  Dear Parents, November has been an extremely busy month; we can’t believe it’s almost December! The sudden change in weather reminded us that we need to make sure to have our snow gear ready to go for snow play. We do enforce that all students playing in the snow must be wearing snow pants

Gr.6’s Conquer Kortright!

  On Thursday, October 20, 2022, all the Crestwood Grade 6 students went to the Kortright Centre to learn about biodiversity. We visited a pond habitat, and we caught multiple salamanders, tadpoles, fairy shrimp, and snails. In the forest habitat, we looked for black maple leaves and rolled over dead logs to find more salamanders and

PrinciPALs

  Dear Parents, As we close out our second month of school, we are so excited by all the events happening around Crestwood. Classes have had so many incredible learning opportunities, between Scientists in the School presentations, field trips, guest speakers and assemblies, on top of their daily classes; Crestwood is buzzing with excitement! Our

Why does Matter, Matter?

  On Wednesday October 12, the Grade 5’s travelled to the Ontario Science Centre for their first field trip of the year. The students participated in a workshop called “Fun with Chemistry” supporting the Grade 5 science unit, Matter and Energy. In the workshop, students marvelled at the power of chemistry exploring both physical and chemical changes and their