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Trashless Thursdays

Starting Thursday, November 7, our ECO Team will be bringing back Trashless Thursdays to minimize waste in our school. Remember to send your child’s lunch and snacks in reusable containers. All garbage (e.g., wrappers, baggies) will be sent home in your child’s lunch bag. Food waste and recyclables will be disposed of as per usual. 

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Remembrance Day

On November 11, our entire school will gather in the gymnasium in prayer for those souls who fought so we could be free. A special thank you to our junior students and their teachers who have prepared this ceremony of remembrance and prayer. We will begin around 10:30 am. It will be in both languages English and French. Parents and members of the community are ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day"

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Luke 4:18 Students Build Milk Mats

Luke 4:18 students are proud to have woven SIX MATS this year for MILKBAGSUnlimited!  These mats will be distributed in Canada and internationally, providing strong and durable bedding that is moisture-free and UV ray resistant. The students worked in groups to flatten milk bags, cut them into strips (keeping the scraps to stuff pillows), and to loop chains, which were then woven on a loom ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18 Students Build Milk Mats"

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St. Brendan ECO News

Our ECO Team has been busy here at SBN this year!  Our goal is to help educate students on protecting the environment and running initiatives to keep our school as green as it can be! We thank you for your participation in the events we have been running like Trashless Thursdays, Walk to School Week, and our Marker and Battery Recycling Drive Earth Rangers! We ... Continue reading "St. Brendan ECO News"

World Diabetes Day- November 14

Thursday, November 14, 2019, is World Diabetes Day.  JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) has prepared informative posters that will be displayed in our hallways to help raise awareness. SBN is encouraged to wear blue on World Diabetes Day, November 14 to show our support of those living with T1D.

Drop and Go

Please remember that the Drop and Go is not intended for parking or stopping. This area is designated for drivers to pull in, unload safely, and drive through. Drivers who wish to leave their vehicles and accompany children to the playground or kindergarten pen are reminded to use on-street parking, where appropriate.