Let’s Get Messy!

  This week 1A enjoyed a hands-on art workshop courtesy of Millie’s mom and dad, the owners of Messy Pants. 1A had fun creating one-of-a-kind masterpieces using clay and paint to give to their fathers and grandfathers on Father’s Day. They even got the opportunity to make something for themselves-neon slime in their choice of

Take Off to Reading Success

  Did you know that learning to read is a challenge for almost 40 percent of kids? The good news is every child CAN learn to read, including yours! Your child just needs tailored, structured support to match the way s/he learns best. The effects of falling behind and feeling like a failure can be devastating. Early intervention

Jump Rope for Heart

  Did you know that your heart beats about 100,000 times each day? That’s almost 70 beats a minute! Keep your heart strong by practicing your skipping for our Jump Rope for Heart event day on Monday, June 13th 2022. You can take a look at the Heart and Stroke Kick-Off Video here: Kick-off Video

Junior Track Championships

  Congratulations to all members of the junior track team that competed in the Championship meet that took place on Wednesday, May 25th at York University. It was a glorious day of competition that saw our athletes achieve their personal bests at many of the events. The day kicked off with a 7:30AM departure from our

Primary Track Visits CPC

  On Tuesday, the Primary Track Team travelled to Crestwood College where Grade 12 students greeted us. They organized a wonderful day of events for our team of Grade 1’s, 2’s, and 3’s. We participated in running events as well as field events. The athletes also challenged themselves during standing long jumps, javelin, and a

Library News

  On Tuesday, the children from JK to Grade 2 enjoyed a virtual author visit with Toronto author, Andrew Larsen.  Andrew taught us that we all have stories to tell and one day even write.  Please ask your children about his visit!  Also, if you’d like to pick up any of his beautiful picture books for summer reading, please support our

Movie Themed Spirit Day

  On Thursday May 19th we will be having a movie themed spirit day! All students are invited to come to school dressed up as their favourite movie characters! During the lunch recess periods students will be invited to participate in some movie themed activities hosted by the House Heads! We can’t wait to see everyone’s

3A Puppet Masters

  Look at these great sock puppets created by the students in 3A.  We used our puppets to write dialogues and then presented our dialogue during our Drama class. We really enjoy expressing ourselves through the dramatic arts.  It helps to build confidence, lifts our spirits, and helps us to develop our voice. Paula Georgiou  

Artists of the Month

  Congratulations to Taylor Puterman, Alice Yan and Shira Sandler for being our artists of the month. I’m pleased to present three completely different styles of art from abstract line work to animation to realism! These three hard workers deserve a round of applause for all their beautiful creations! Anya Romanenko  

A Virtual Field Trip to the Time of the Early Settlers

  The Grade 3’s got dressed up as early settlers and were transported back to Upper Canada in the 1800’s.  A costumed educator visited with students virtually in their classroom, shared videos, and photos from the Village, and led an active exploration of life in the 1800s. We learned about the life of the early settlers and the