It’s back… who wants COOKIES, COOKIES, COOKIES!
The CSC is extremely excited to announce that for this year’s Annual CSC Fundraiser Event we have partnered once again with Terra Cotta Cookie Company. Last year’s fundraiser was a HUGE success and with the positive feedback we received from our school ... Continue reading "St. Andrew Annual Cookie Dough Fundraiser!!!"
The quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness.
- I will treat others in a just, equitable and unbiased manner.
- I will play be the rules, take turns and share.
- I will be open-minded and listen to others.
Father, you have given all peoples one common origin.
It is ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Justice"
On Monday November 11, parents and guests are welcome to attend St. Andrew CES Remembrance Day Prayer service. The prayer service will take place in the school gymnasium and will be presented by Mrs. Prudant’s grade four students. The presentation will include prayers, songs, poems, a lighting ceremony, a power-point and a 2 minute of silence at 11 am. In addition, all classes from FDK to
We are excited to announce that on Thursday, October 31st, St. Andrew students and staff will be participating in the annual Halloween Dance. Students will be dressed in costume and will participate in this very enjoyable occasion in the gym. A reminder that masks can be worn only during the dance but not at recess, as well, please be aware that ... Continue reading "Halloween Dance"
On Friday, October 4th, the St. Andrew community will celebrate the 39th Annual Terry Fox Run in support of cancer with their own walk to raise money and awareness. Students from JK-SK to Grade 8 will walk around the school and community to show their support and keep Terry Fox’s legacy alive. The school goal this year is to surpass last year’s goal ... Continue reading "Terry Fox Run"
The last Friday of every month will be a CIVVIES Day at St. Andrew CES. Students are not expected to be wearing school Dress Code colours on these days but are expected to dress appropriately and respectfully.