On Tuesday November 12th St. Nicholas welcomed a very special guest into our Grade 3 classrooms, Mr. Todd Jamieson. Todd Jamieson is a very talented First Nations artist who came in to engage our student on the First Nations way of life. He brought such a wonderful hands on experience with opportunities to engage with First Nation artifacts (tools, clothing, hides) and crafts. Students created ... Continue reading "Engaging Student Learning"
Yesterday, Monday, November 11th, our Grade 7s, lead by Ms. O’Brien, prepared a beautiful Remembrance Day Liturgy. As a whole school, we paused our day to remind ourselves of how fortunate we are to live in this great country of Canada. We prayed, sang and reflected on what it means to be peacemakers in our world and in our school. In addition, throughout the last ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day Liturgy"
Welcome November! Please see the attachment for a brief message and some key dates to note as we begin a new month filled with excitement and learning here at St. Nicholas.
In the month of October we celebrated the Catholic Virtue of Compassion. Throughout the month teachers and students explored lessons and stories of courage and attempted to model courage throughout the month. As is tradition, we honor those students that went above and beyond to demonstrate this virtue. Please see the attachment for our recipients of the Compassion Award. Congratulations to these students for making ... Continue reading "Monthly Catholic Virtue"
A gentle reminder that treats and photos are available for purchase through www.healthyhunger.ca for our Halloween Dance-A-Thon on Thursday. Also a reminder that all Dance-A-Thon envelops are due back at school on Halloween Day (Thursday).
Please see the attachment for more details.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mr. Zorzi and our Catholic School Council
Three full weeks into our kindergarten classroom renovation project and we are seeing some amazing progress. All three classrooms have been fully disassembled. Old cabinets and floors have been ripped out resulting in a blank canvas ready to be transformed. The old dividing wall within the classrooms have been fully removed which will allow for a modern open space. We are pleased with the progress ... Continue reading "Kindergarten Classroom Renovation Update"