Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Grade 5/6 New's Article - Lion's Roar (16/2/18)

By:  Candace Johannesen, Molly George, Reyd Ward, Rebecca Janes
This we celebrated the beginning of the Lenten season with a pancake breakfast on Shrove Tuesday. We would like to thank our helpers in the kitchen including Mrs. George, Mrs. Hodder, Mrs. Guy, Ms. Cunning, and Mrs. Ryan. The pancakes were delicious! Tuesday was also Canadian Agriculture Day.
On Wednesday we attended Mass at All Hallows with Father Terry and received the sign of the cross in ash on our foreheads. During this season we think about the things that we could do to bring us closer to God.
The Student Leadership Council organized a carnation sale for Valentine’s Day and signing telegrams. It was a huge success again this year. Students and staff dressed in red, pink and white to celebrate the theme and many classes exchanged Valentines in a small class party.
Mrs. Sandra Burden, our Coordinator for the Kids Eat Smart Program, visited the breakfast program on Monday.
This week we welcomed new volunteers, Mrs. Daphne Kennedy and Mr. Adam Kennedy to our breakfast program.
Ms. Valerie Sheppard visited with the grade 7-9 students on Wednesday afternoon to discuss bridge design and construction for National Geosciences and Engineering Month. The students are planning and building their own model bridges for the competition in early March.
The grade four class had their second cross country skiing lesson at Blow Me Down Ski Club on Thursday afternoon. The students are enjoying the lessons!
Senior High play rehearsals have begun for the play “If Girls Asked Boys for Dates”.
Congratulations to our chess theme day winners! Our winners include: Carrie Hoskins, Charlea Boyd-Martyn, Joel Lyver, Ethan Lahey, Madeline Murphy, and Willow Boland.
Stars of the Week
We would like to wish good luck to the students in our school performing in “Cats” this weekend and the Atlantic Boy Choir on their concert this Sunday evening at Holy Redeemer Parish.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes are learning about agriculture and looking forward to the Corner Brook Winter Carnival.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class tasted peas they harvested from their Little Green Thumbs Garden that they harvest on Canadian Agriculture Day. They are exploring sinking and floating with light vs. heavy objects.  They enjoyed the Valentine’s Day celebration and the pancake breakfast.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is learning about Lent in religion class. They had a wonderful Valentine’s Day celebration on Wednesday.
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is working on a Valentine’s Day process writing piece this week and beautiful Valentine’s Day art. They are very excited for the long weekend.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class enjoyed their Valentine’s Day celebration and their themed activities. They are looking forward to their new unit in math and are continuing to learn about movement in science.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class had a great time celebrating Valentine’s Day this week with themed French activities and a classroom party.
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class is seeing lots of sprouts in their Little Green Thumbs Garden. Everyone is enjoying feeding the worms and watching them work. They have been discussing the different types of people that live in our province in social studies.
Ms. Guy’s grade four class is learning about the nine times tables. They are writing a Pourqoi tale in language arts called “Why Racoon Wear a Mask”.
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class is starting a Winter Olympics project. The students created flags for six countries they have a personal connection with. Now they are eagerly watching the Olympics, tracking the countries’ medals, and learning about their athletes.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class is writing persuasive reviews in language arts class. In science they are creating an energy savings video for the Kids in Charge Contest.
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class has started to build their popsicle stick bridges for National Geosciences and Engineering month bridge building contest. They are also rehearsing for the upcoming drama performance.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class has started rehearsals for their play “If Girls Asked Boys for Dates”. Biology 2201 students are beginning the circulatory system. Earth Systems 3209 is learning about igneous rocks.
Coming Up
School is closed on Friday and Monday for the winter break and City of Corner Brook Winter Carnival Day.
The Regional Chess Tournament will take place on Sunday for kindergarten to Level 3 at Eastside Elementary. Registration is 9:00-9:30 with a fee of $20.

The Leifling contest will take place at J.J. Curling at 2:30 on Sunday for students in kindergarten to grade 6.
William Hancock practices his fine motor skills using beads and pipe cleaners in a Valentine's Day activity in junior kindergarten.
Mary Jay Cull and Gemma Park display the peas they harvested from their Little Green Thumbs Garden on Canada Agriculture Day.
Grace Brake Higgins, CarlyRae Mouland, and Brooklynn Pittman enjoy a delicious pancake breakfast at school on Shrove Tuesday

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Grade 5/6 New Article - Lion's Roar (2/2/18)

By:  Maitham Al-Zubaidy, Jacob Cull, Keira Clarke, Destinee Lawrence, Leah Lainey, Isabelle Mercier
Happy Groundhog Day!
Our school is hosting the Western Regional Grade five Boys’ Basketball Tournament this weekend.
Our students have been busy with the start of the basketball season. Last weekend the grade six girls’ basketball team and the grade six boys’ basketball team played in a tournament at Eastside Elementary. The girls lost a close game in the cross-overs. The grade four boys’ basketball team played in Pasadena at Pasadena Place.  The grade 4 girls’ played a tournament at C.C. Loughlin. It was a great weekend of basketball. The coaches for the weekend were Mr. Ryley Nadon, Mr. Jacobs, Mr. Drew Nadon, Mme. Moss and Mrs. Bishop.
We would like to wish best of luck to Daley Merrigan who competed at the Eastern Canadian Cross Country Ski Championship this week.
Junior and senior high exams  continued this week. They will finish on Tuesday of next week.
February is Non-Violence Month. Our classes will participate in a violence awareness grant from Violence Prevention West called “Be A Buddy”.
The Student Leadership Council will begin taking pre-orders for Valentine Carnations next week on Wednesday. Carnations will sell for $3. They will be delivered on February 14.
Our school community would like to send condolences to the family of the late Dave Corbet. Mr. Corbet was a supporter of our school community and an active member with the Knights of Columbus.
We would like to send best wishes to Ms. Lindsay Randell who is off on medical leave.
Stars of the Week
Congratulations to Carter Bromley and Noah Colbourne who received silver medals at a tournament in Grand Falls for Atom A.
Congratulations to Luke Coleman who received bronze medal in an Atom B tournament in Grand Falls. Luke was also awarded Player of the Game.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes are doing groundhog activities this week. They would like to congratulate Imogen Ash and her family on the birth of their new baby boy.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class has their first vegetable growing in their Little Green Thumbs Garden. They are learning about sinking and floating in science.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is learning all about groundhogs this week. Did you know they are also called woodchucks and whistle pigs? They are really enjoying their new math unit on measurement.
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is excited about Groundhog Day. They wrote about what groundhogs might dream about during winter. They have also been working on subtraction stories.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class is learning about Groundhog Day and are excited to make a groundhog crafts. They are enjoying movement in science, and adding and subtracting in math.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class is working on process writing in French. The grade five and six students are working on the conditional tense.
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class is learning all about their vermicomposting. They are feeding their worms this week and learning about their habits. Their Little Green Thumbs Garden is beginning to sprout.
Ms. Guy’s grade four class is excited to be learning about climbing Mount Everest in language arts. They are having loads of fun planning a party in French.
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class is excited to start their new unit in social studies. They are creating posters for National Geoscience and Engineering Month.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class is learning about ratios in math class. They are each making a presentation on different countries and their traditions in social studies.
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class is completing their measurement units in math. The class is starting a whole heart project.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class continued to write their midterm exams this week. The students are beginning to study poetry through the Poetry In Voice program.
Coming Up
Chess theme day is February 8.
Our school will have an Olympic fun day on February 21.
Immaculate Heart of Mary School will host the Winter Carnival Spelling Bee on Thursday, Feb 22, 2018.
Kira McCarthy (left) and Destinee Lawrence (right) work on posters for National Geoscience and Engineering Month poster contest. 
Grade three students in Mrs. Bishop's class prepare their soil for the vermicomposting program they have set up in their classroom. (L-R): Gabriella Lawrence, Mallory Chambers, Mark Janes, and Heidi Payne. 
 French immersion students Sophie Tucker (left) and Jaabili Kollipara play French games on a school ipad.

Grade 5/6 News Article - Lion's Roar (26/1/17)

By: Jenna Cammie, Noah Colourne, Erica Kennedy, Trinity Rouse, Brooke Watton
Our school celebrated the annual Valentine’s Day service with Mrs. Coleman and members of the Prayer group on Monday and Tuesday.
The grade four students began their cross country skiing lessons this Tuesday at Blow Me Down trails. They will have four classroom lessons as part of their physical education program.
This is National Non-Smoking Week.  The Public Health Nurse presented to the grade six to eight students about the hazards of smoking.
Congratulations to students in grades four, five and six who completed speeches in their classes this week. Our Elementary School Speak Off will take place on February 13 in our school cafeteria. The participating students are: Ava Hodder, Lily Smallwood, Alister MacDonnell, CarlyRae Mouland, Luke Coleman, Gabriel Rowsell, Brooke Watton, Molly George, Keira Clarke, and Rebecca Janes.
Last Saturday afternoon many of our students received awards at the Royal Canadian Legion’s annual Remembrance Day Poster and Essay Contest Awards ceremony. In Junior Essay Candace Johannesen placed first, Reyd Ward placed second, and Molly George placed third; in Intermediate Essay Aaron White placed first, Mohamed Al-Zubaidy placed second, and Emily Payne placed third; in senior essay Davi Rodrigues placed third; in Intermediate Poem Max Chrappa won second place, and Jack Richardson won third place; in Senior Poem Madison Noel won third place; in Junior Black and White Poster Mohamed Al-Zubaidy placed second and Ryan Bennett placed third; in Junior Colour Poster Kori Noel placed first; in Intermediate Colour Poster Davi Rodrigues placed second and Cheyenne Bursey placed third; and in Intermediate Black and White Poster Wayslanne Calvalcante placed second.
Stars of the Week
Congratulations to Christian Mouland who won two silver medals last weekend at a Regional Shotokan Karate Competition in Grand Falls. Christian won for Kata and Kumite.
Congratulations to Cameron Bishop, Danyael Jacobs, Mark Janes, and Robert Morrissey who participated in the Pond Hockey tournament during National Hockey Day in Canada. Their team won the trophy! Congratulations to Mark Janes who was a tireless volunteer during this tournament.
Congratulations to Daley Merrigan who participated in the Western NL Games Qualifier for Cross Country Skiing this past weekend in St. Anthony. Daley won first place in Male Skate 5km Free and first place in Male Classic 5Km Free. Daley now qualifies for the Winter Games Team
Congratulations to Jenna Cammie who won a silver medal last weekend for figure skating in Port Aux Basques.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes are enjoying winter crafts. They would like to congratulate Sebastien McKay who played during the intermission of the Corner Brook Royals vs. The Stephenville Jets during Hockey Day in Canada.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class is learning about length and capacity in math. They had a wonderful experience at the Kindergarten orientation at Western Memorial Regional Hospital School of Nursing.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is very excited to have started a classroom worm factory! They have planted 12 kinds of seeds. So far 11 of the seeds have sprouted. They are learning about Canada’s food guide in health class. They would like to wish a happy 7th birthday to Addison.
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is working on their winter writing piece. They are proud to display their hard work. Both grades are working on addition and subtraction stories in math. They are talking about responsibilities at home and school.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class is learning about adding and subtracting in math. They are also learning how to write number sentences in different orders. In science , technology and social studies they are learning about movement.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class is working on their oral production in French class. They will be doing a two minute free speech on a topic of their choice. They are both nervous and excited!
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class is very excited to have planted their Little Green Thumbs Garden. Their worms have arrived for their vermicompost kits. It is going to be an interesting few months ahead!
Ms. Guy’s grade four class enjoyed their first cross country skiing lesson this week at Blow Me Down Ski Trails.
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class is continuing their study on ancient Nubia in social studies. In language arts they are reading Rapunzel: The One With All the Hair and comparing it to the movie Tangled. The class said goodbye to Jocelyn Li on Thursday. Jocelyn has finished her exchange and is travelling back to China today.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class had a presentation from the public health nurse on smoking this week. They are reading the book The Gramma War. It is very suspenseful!
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class is writing their first midterm today. Their first exam is math. They would like to extend best wishes to our Brazilian exchange students who are travelling home to Brazil this weekend.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class have been busy all week preparing for exams. The first exam is the English exam today. Today is the Brazilian students last day at IHMS. They would like to wish them all the best of luck!
Coming Up
Exams continue next week for students in junior and senior high school.
Junior Kindergarten students, Lexi Pilgrim (left) and Oliver Douglas (right) experiment with snow in the classroom water table. 

Kindergarten student, Jesse MacDonald, has his temperature taken as part of the Kindergarten orientation at the Western Regional Memorial Hospital School of Nursing this week.
Zachary Burden practices playing guitar in the after school program.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Grade 5/6 New's Article - Lion's Roar (8/12/17)

By:  Noah Colbourne, Erica Kennedy, Trinity Rouse, Brooke Watton
Immaculate Heart of Mary students are beginning to get excited about Christmas. This week Mrs. George’s class lit the first candle of Advent in chapel. On Thursday Santa Claus visited our school this week to take class photos!
Volleyball practice began this week in our school gym.
Our Brazilian ensemble played at a meditation retreat on Sunday evening in Pasadena. The students played contemporary songs and Christmas carols.
Our school will host a live and silent auction on Saturday night. The doors open at 6:30 with auctions starting at 7:00 pm. Admission is $5.
Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. We are celebrating with a special presentation by the prayer group at All Hallows.
The Student Leadership Council prepared a video quiz on the 12 Days of Christmas. All classes are watching a daily video clip from popular Christmas movies. The challenge is to identify all the movies for a prize at the end.
We are continuing our collections for stockings for seniors, the allergy friendly food drive, and the Firefighters’ toy drive. All donations are greatly appreciated.
We would like to extend best wishes to Luke Coleman and Max Pittman who are travelling with the Provincial Boys’ Choir to Germany this week. They will have a busy 10 days of performances. Have a great trip!
Stars of the Week
Congratulations to Allie Lovell and Lily Smallwood who performed in St. John’s last weekend with the Provincial Girls’ Choir.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes are learning about the true meaning of Christmas and the birth of Jesus.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class transplanted their Little Green Thumbs Garden this week. They are working on the letter “p”. They were excited to see Santa visit their school on Thursday.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is learning all about Advent. They wrote friendly letters to Santa. Their classroom elf, Chippy, has come back again this year to make sure everyone is being the best they can be.
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is excited to light the second candle of Advent next week. They are doing Christmas activities and are counting down the days to Christmas.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class was excited to see Santa this week. They are learning about the importance of giving during Christmas.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class is excited to begin their new partnership with the NL SPCA West. As part of their French Enrichment program, they are organizing a French Shelter Buddies Program. The students visited the animals this week to read to them in French.
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class has begun a new science unit on invisible forces. Students have started an exploration called “hopper popper” where they explore forces all around us.
Ms. Guy’s grade four class is learning about analyzing as a language arts strategy. They read an interesting book about Orca whales.
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class has started their STEM activities this week. They are really enjoying their novel study on Number the Stars.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class had a race on Wednesday to see who was the “fastest kid in the sixth grade” as part of their novel study on Bridge to Terabithia. Rosemary was the winner of the race!
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class has started a new unit on data management. They are exploring Christmas traditions around the world.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class would like to thank the Walsh family for donating a tree to their classroom. Students learned about creating a personal budget and budgeting for the future this week. They also took part in the student budget consultation for the upcoming federal budget.
Coming Up
Next Wednesday IHMS will host the annual School Scripps Spelling Bee. The Bee will begin at 1:15 in the school gym.
Our school will go skating on Tuesday, December 19. Following skating we will have a Christmas social in the gym at 11 am.

Our last day of school before Christmas will be Wednesday, December 20. We will finish the afternoon with a variety show at 1:00 pm.
Mrs. George's grade one class lit the first candle on the Advent wreath on Monday. Jaxon Clarke dressed up as Joseph, Carrie Hoskins dressed up as Mary, and Rhylan Hodder carried the star.
Grade five students work with Legos during a STEM class. Students were challenged to build the North Pole out of Legos. Back (L-R): Leah Lainey, Destinee Lawrence, Ava Spearing, Molly George, and (centre) Brooke Watton.
 Santa Claus visited IHMS on Thursday morning for class photos. Pictured with Santa are Mikayla Mugford and Madison Noel. 

Monday, December 4, 2017

Grade 5/6 New's Article - Lion's Roar (25/11/17)

By:  Candace Johannesen, Molly George, Nikola Verbiski
Grade six students, Keira Clarke, Rebecca Janes, and Reyd Ward, participated in the YMCA’s annual David Elliott Memorial Peace Week Speak Off on Tuesday evening. The theme for peace week is “Build Community. Act for Peace”. Congratulations to all the participants on an excellent presentation.
Kate Murphy and Nikola Verbiski set up their business, K & N’s DIY Co., in the main lobby on Wednesday. The girls sold book marks, slime, notebooks, and cards. The business venture was a hit. They sold items during both recess and lunch. The girls sold $200 in products. They will donate 50% of the profit to a family in need.
The grade six to Level 3 students are in St. John’s this weekend to participate in the Provincial Intermediate Skills Challenge. We have teams participating in robotics, graphic design, 2D animation, photography, and wind turbine. Good luck, everyone!
Stars of the Week
Congratulations to Willow Boland who received a certificate for awesome respect in Tae Kwon Do this past week.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes are busy preparing for the Christmas concert and beginning Christmas crafts this week.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class is learning about the needs of living things. They have been begun their Little Green Thumbs journaling.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class is working hard to practice for their Christmas concert next week. They are doing addition stories in math class. With the help of the entire school, they filled 83 shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. Thank you, everyone!
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is working hard to learn their two French songs for the Christmas concert next week. The song “d’ou viens tu?” has been a great introduction to the Christmas season. In art they worked on snow covered trees. This project was inspired by the first snow fall.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class is beginning Christmas activities and preparing for the Christmas concert.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class has officially started their Christmas writing project. The grade three and four students are writing narratives about Santa going missing, while the grade five and six students are writing an opinion essay  about the most desirable elf positions at the North Pole.
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class is investigating how rare types of trees local only to Hawaii are being found all over the world. The students are excited to be practicing for the Christmas concert.
Ms. Guy’s grade four class is finished writing their class story. They have made a good copy and illustrated photos. The class will share their story with Mrs. George’s grade one class.
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class started their STEM Lego builds this week. The students are excited to begin learning about simple machines.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class participated in the YMCA Peace Week Speak Off on Tuesday evening. Keira Clarke, Rebecca Janes, and Reyd Ward represented their class at this event. The robotics team is in St. John’s this week competing in the Provincial First Lego League Robotics Competition.
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class is excited to participate in the Provincial Intermediate Skills Challenge this weekend in St. John’s. Good luck to all the competitors.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class is in St. John’s today for the Provincial Intermediate Skills Challenge. The students are attending Mass at St. John the Baptist Basilica and then touring the House of Assembly and learning about our provincial government.
Coming Up
Report cards will go home on Monday. Parent teacher interviews will be held on Tuesday evening from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

The IHMS Christmas concert will take place on Thursday, November 30 at 7:00 pm.
 Grade one students in Mrs. George's class, (L-R): Charlea Boyd-Martyn, Mason Boyd-Martyn, Carrie Hoskins, and Addison MacArthur,   enjoy packaging special boxes for Operation Christmas Child.

 Grade two student, Teresa Coleman, poses for a picture in a City of Corner Brook Fire truck during the class visit to the fire station.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Grade 5/6 News Article- Lion's Roar (17/11/17)

By:  Carter Bromley, Kate Murphy, Alyssa Power, Gabriel Rowsell
Students and staff enjoyed a long weekend in honour of Remembrance Day and the fall school break. School resumed for all classes on Tuesday.
The grade two and grade five and six classes had their class pizza parties on Tuesday. Members from the Corner Brook Fire Department brought pizza and juice to the classes as part of the prize for the Fire Prevention Week poster and slogan contest. Lauren Green was the Primary Poster Contest Winner, and Candance Johannesen was the winner of the Elementary Slogan Contest.
The grade six to Level III students completed their leaf raking fundraiser on Tuesday of this week. The students raked a total of 18 properties over three days. They would like to thank our IHMS families and community for making this fundraiser a success.
IHMS hosted the annual in class spelling bee for students in grades 4, 5, and 6 this week. The grade four classroom winners were Israela Ngania, Ava Hodder, and Lily Smallwood. The grade five class winners were Charlotte Mercier, Erica Kennedy, and Molly George. The grade six class winners were Isabelle Mercier, Rebecca Janes, and Reyd Ward. Congratulations to all the students on their hard work in preparing for the spelling bee! The classroom winners will begin studying a new word list in preparation for the school bee in December.
We would like to send our condolences to the King family on the passing of Mabel Dunphy this week.
Class News
The junior kindergarten classes welcomed three Early Childhood Education students to their classrooms this week. Courtney Pike, Carrie Snooks, and Mallory Wheeler will be completing their work placement at IHMS until December 20. The students are exploring science concepts with fun experiments this week.
Mrs. Hodder’s Kindergarten English class is learning about emotions and responses in health. They planted their Little Green Thumbs Garden this week.
Mrs. George’s grade one English class had a wonderful trip to the Fire Station yesterday. They are learning about parables in religion class and preparing the boxes for Operation Christmas Child.
Mme. Ryan’s grade one and two French Immersion class is learning a new song for the Christmas concert. They have been discussing how they make decisions and how groups of people can make decisions together.
Ms. Cunning’s grade two English class is continuing with numbers up to 100 in math. They are finishing up their unit on air and water in science.
Mme. Moss’ grade three, four, five and six French Immersion class completed Remembrance Day essays and posters this week. The grade three and four students are focusing on guided reading in French and the grade five and six students are working on present tense verbs.
Mrs. Bishop’s grade three class has started to learn about data collection. They are going to be collecting data about Christmas for their final project.
Ms. Guy’s grade four class was excited to take part in the Scripps Spelling Bee this week. Some of the students spelled up to 100 words!
Mr. Ryley’s grade five class is getting ready to start their LEGO Simple and powered Mechanisms Project. The students wrote a class slogan for the Winter Carnival.
Mrs. McCarthy’s grade six class participated in the Scripps Spelling Bee this week. The students are writing speeches for the YMCA Peace Week Speak Off.
Mr. Drew Nadon’s grade seven and eight class is working on a unit on fractions. The grade seven students have started basketball tryouts.
Mr. Hancock’s grade nine to level three class had another leaf raking fundraiser last Friday and this Tuesday afternoon. The Science 1206 students are learning about the periodic table of elements.
Coming Up
Monday is Mickey Mouse’s birthday. We will celebrate with a Disney theme casual day.
Our annual Christmas concert is November 30, at 7:00 pm in the school gymnasium.

The grade six to Level 3 students will leave for the Intermediate Skills Challenge on Thursday, November 23, 2017.
Junior Kindergarten students, (L-R): Mohammed Altae, Imogen Ash, and Jesse Beck explore science concepts with fun experiments.
Students in Mme. Ryan's French Immersion class help to pack boxes for operation Christmas Child. (L-R): Maggie Payne, Joel Lyver, and Cameron Bishop.