We are excited to have Sara Westbrook present at our school on May 23. Please see the attached information. Our entire community is invited to attend her presentation where information and strategies will be shared about resilient families and how to develop strong, confident, resilient family units. Space is limited, and registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
One of the many activities undertaken at the school to enrich our students’ experience is ballroom dancing. Our intermediate students have been enjoying a wonderful series of classes under the tutelage of a trained dance instructor where they have been learning the art of ballroom dancing. They have been strutting their stuff to tangos, waltzes and foxtrots!! The students have embraced the activity which supports ... Continue reading "Intermediate Ballroom Dancing"
Our intermediate boys basketball team travelled to an after school invitational tournament and played a series of four full games in four hours. The boys played four games straight without much of a break in between…by far the most gruelling schedule in the tournament, and emerged to advance to the second round which will be held during the week of February 13 at St. Joseph ... Continue reading "Intermediate Boys Basketball"
On Tuesday, February 28 All Saints will enjoy the festivities and activities of our Share Fair. Students will be engaged in fun activities and events to help raise money for ShareLife. It is also Shrove Tuesday, so we will be making pancakes, and sharing laughter with one another. The Share Fair coincides with the final day before entering our Lenten Period.
As part of the Carnaval celebrations at the school, the Dufflebag Theatre company is with us to present a live version of the classic children’s story, Les Trois Petits Cochons (the Three Little Pigs). The children have a great time with this event and it builds a wonderful amount of spirit while bringing the words of the story to life…in French!
Our students have been busily engaged in drafting, building, measuring, cutting, nailing, screwing and making some simple machines. They have incorporated mathematic principles as well as calculations to design and make can crushers, and other machines which push, pull, or move other objects.
The completed products are on display in the forum and they are drawing quite a bit of attention. Thanks to ... Continue reading "Science/ Design/ Math and Technology"