Grade 5 and 6 Visit

We were excited to host our Crestwood’s Grade 5s and 6s for a day of new experiences and community building as they attended classes and games at Crestwood Preparatory College. Lower school students had a chance to hang out with their Upper school counterparts while they built hovercraft, enjoyed lunch in the cafeteria, and flexed their problem-solving

Sports Roundup

Soccer The U14 Boys soccer team’s final regular season match against the visiting Bayview Glen School. Despite the foul conditions – and the fact that the soccer ball was like a bar of soap out on the pitch – our boys continued their winning ways downing BVG 3-2. The game was marked by some gutsy defending,

Family Fun Fair

It’s a Saturday afternoon August 13th 2016, and you and 15 of your friends are sitting in a private box watching the Blue Jays vs Houston Astros while the sun is shining and hoping the Blue Jays are on their way to another series championship. Stop imagining, START participating in the CRESTWOOD Family Fun Day Silent Auction being held on Tuesday

Sports Update

Our final Sports Update–Junior Girls Soccer, U14 and Senior Boys Rugby! Junior Girls Soccer This past Saturday, the Junior Girls’ Soccer team competed in the season ending finals. The team’s first opponents were from SML who they narrowly defeated during the regular season so we knew that it was going to be a tough game.

Sports Update

Click for pictures and the Sports Schedule! U14 Girls Soccer The U14 soccer girls closed out their season Wednesday afternoon against Trafalgar Castle. Undaunted by the 6-1 scoreline in Trafalgar’s favor, the girls played some inspired soccer and had fun doing so. Their lone goal came courtesy of Ella Rival who slotted a shot by

Sports Update

What a week in sports! Click for pictures, recaps, and the sports schedule.  U14 Boys Rugby Congratulations to the U14 Rugby team who continued their strong start to the season in Wednesday’s 7aside rugby tournament. Led by the combined play of Adam Bounsall, Jonas Weissland, Callum Braund and Jacob Hanning, the boys were victorious against

Spirit Week

The week of January 18th to 22nd will be Crestwood’s Spirit Week.  This is a fun-filled week with lots of exciting school spirit activities. We will be having staff versus student games, assemblies, theme days, raffles, and fundraising efforts. Students will be permitted to wear “street clothes” all week providing they participate in the theme for the

Harmon, Phil

Phil Harmon is an American veteran of the Second World War from Maine, where he presently lives in the town of Hollis.  Originally from the Cape Elizabeth area, Phil grew up against the backdrop of the Great Depression, though his family was fortunate to be spared many of its most negative impacts.  By 1939, as

Senior Volleyball

This week the Senior Girls’ Volleyball team took on Trafalgar Castle. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts they weren’t able to overcome the strong offence that Trafalgar attacked them with, losing 25-21, 25-13, and 25-19. Highlights of the match included phenomenal serving by Marina Morris and Rachael Pape who had a handful of aces each, and

Curling

Crestwood’s beginner and novice curlers headed to Toronto Cricket Club for the CISAA’s annual funspiel. Two teams represented Crestwood in the 12 team field. Team Eisentraut, featuring Zach Halpern at lead, Amir Rafati at second, Aaron Greenspan at vice and Joseph Eisentraut at skip, played two nail biting games against Crescent and Montcrest. Team Siu,

News from Ms. Hektor

SAFETY FIRST Although we have Crossing Guards on duty before and after school, when you are driving through Crestwood Property we ask that you are especially cautious and vigilant.  Please put safety first.  Also, remember that students MUST be dropped off at the atrium before school in the morning.  We ask that you take the

Fabbrica

It’s finally here! Next Thursday October 29th is our Parent Social at Fabbrica! Come on out–solo, with a friend, or with a spouse, and meet some new parents and teachers. There will be exciting raffle prizes, such as a weekend at Blue Mountain or a Mark Giordano signed Calgary Flames Hockey Jersey.  Start time is 7pm, and we already checked,

Fabbrica

It’s finally here! Next Thursday October 29th is our Parent Social at Fabbrica! Come on out–solo, with a friend, or with a spouse, and meet some new parents and teachers. There will be exciting raffle prizes, such as a weekend at Blue Mountain or a Mark Giordano signed Calgary Flames Hockey Jersey.  Start time is 7pm, and we already checked,

Fabbrica

The first parent social is Thursday October 29th at Fabbrica! This is sure to be a fun and exciting event, so don’t miss out! Please purchase your tickets ASAP. If you have any questions or have an item you’d like to donate as a raffle prize, please contact Wendy Lerner at wslerner@rogers.com. Forms and payment can be dropped off

Why You Should Opt-In

In August the PA sent a package with our newsletter, forms, and information for the various ways parents can get involved and support the school community. These forms can always be found on Edsby. Every parent who has a child enrolled at the school is automatically part of the PA. When you complete and hand in

Butts, Charles

Charles Butts was born in Woburn, Massachusetts in 1926.  He spent his early years on the outskirts of Boston, growing up against the backdrop of the Great Depression.  After graduating from high school, Charles attended Middlebury College, as he was given an educational deferment from the draft.  He did end up in the U.S. Navy, but

Earle, Roy

Roy Earle was born in 1924 in Montclair, New Jersey, and he grew nearby in the city of Bloomfield, where he graduated from high school in 1942. Knowing he would soon be drafted, he made the decision to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps in late 1942, eleven months after the U.S. joined the conflict.

A Kingdom for a Stage

As a culminating event to our study of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, students in classes’ 6D and 6E presented a smorgasbord of scenes from the play.  Each performance was delicately crafted and meticulously worked on.  The presentations were incredible.  Standing ovations for all.  Very proud of my Elizabethan Players!  ‘A Kingdom for a stage, Princes to act, and Monarchs