Intermediate Boys and Girls 3-Pitch Tournaments:  On Monday September 24th, our Intermediate Girls and Boys teams will be heading off to their one day 3-Pitch tournaments in the afternoon.  The girls’ team will be playing at Victoria Park, Cambridge and our boys will be at Churchill Park.  We wish all of our students the best of luck.  Thank you to our coaches, Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. MacDowell, and Mrs. Van Os for all of their help.  Thank you Mr. Corso for convening this tournament.

School Council: On Tuesday September 25th, we will be having our first Parent School Council Meeting at 6pm in the Library Learning Commons.  We will be looking for parents to hold the following positions for this school year:

  1. Chair/Co-Chair
  2. Secretary
  3. Treasurer

All parents are welcome!  Meeting begins at 6pm in our Library Learning Commons.

Junior Co-Ed Soccer Team: On Wednesday, September 26th, the Junior Co-ed Soccer Team will be going to Riverside Park to play in the afternoon.  Thank you to Ms. Almeida and Ms. Fernandes for coaching our team.  Bocats, good luck and have fun!

Toonies for Terry:  The Terry Fox Walk will be held in the afternoon on Thursday September 27th.  Our school goal is to raise $500.00 and we CAN do this by simply bringing in a toonie.  Students are encouraged to wear Canada colours on Thursday.  We will be completing a short walk in the neighborhood and parents are encouraged to join us to keep Terry’s vision alive!!!

Even if I don’t finish, we need others to continue.  It’s got to keep going without me.”


Orange Shirt Day:   Orange shirt day is an annual event that started in 2013 to recognize the legacy of Residential school system for First Nations, Metis and Inuit families and communities.  It is a show of support and understanding of the history of the school system that impacts many First Nations, Metis and Inuit people today.  The phrase “Every Child Matters” reminds everyone that children are such an important and integral part of our communities and that they are our future generations of change makers.  By wearing an orange shirt, we have an opportunity to bring awareness to the history of residential schools and to stand up against other injustices that may impact our children/students.  Since September 30th falls on a Sunday, we will wear orange this Friday, September 28th.