Science Fair Judges Urgently Needed!

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Our Grade 5 and 6 Science Fair is rapidly approaching. We are very much in need of kind volunteers willing to act as judges. A science background would be useful, but probably isn’t necessary. We would need you to be available from 9:00am-11:00am on Friday, February 6, 2015. Please contact Laurie Campbell or Deirdre Asante if you are available!

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Principal’s Desk

Message From Administration

Christmas is a very busy time of the year as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior.  We hope to see all our families at the Advent Mass we are celebrating at St. Michael’s Church on Thurday, December 11th.

The format of this evening will feature student involvement in celebrating the Mass.  Students will sit with their class during the mass and will lead us in song throughout the Mass.  We will also feature our choir and hand bell teams.

One of the privileges of being a Catholic School is that we can celebrate our faith together.  Father Julian and his team are extremely excited about the opportunity of us celebrating Mass together and preparing for Christmas.

A letter was sen home today with many of the particulars or organizing the evening and we are expecting over 1000 people in attendance.  We will be starting at 6:45pm sharp and hope to bring the celebration to a close by 8:00pm.

On Friday December 12th our Spirit Squad is encouraging everyone to wear pajamas after our Advent Celebration.  Kernels Popcorn is supporting us and providing popcorn for all students.


Paul Dorin



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Terry Fox Run

On September 29, 2014, we held our annual Terry Fox Run and continued our tradition of spelling out a word on the hill behind our school.  We are in the second year of our faith theme from Micah 6:8, “Do justice, love kindness and walk humbly with your God.”  We spelled out “BE KIND”.  Click the photo to take a peek at the video!

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