List of 6 news stories.

  • Exploring Ecosystems: Gr.7 Trip to RBG

    Our Grade 7 science students traveled by bus to the Royal Botanical Gardens! In connection with their ecosystems unit, students took part in a biodiversity and invasive species workshop to enhance their in-class learning. With the cooler weather, the warm autumn hues brought the RBG grounds to life and students were able to take full advantage of the beautiful gardens and trails with a picturesque hike.
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  • Cross Country at Heart Lake Conservation Area

    On Thursday, October 19th, the lower school cross country team braved the cold at Heart Lake Conservation Area for their meet. Everyone put in a great effort and ran their hearts out. Our runners set lots of personal bests and showed great camaraderie for their teammates, cheering them on at the start and finish line throughout the day. We had some outstanding results including Elina in grade 6 and Odessa in grade 5 finishing 8th overall in their age category and Charlie in grade 4 finishing 2nd place!
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  • Gr.8 High School Orientation Evening

    This week, our Grade 8 students joined staff and upper school students at their high school orientation evening. Prefects, students, and our Head of School, Mr. Piening participated in the after-school dodgeball and soccer games. Students then had the opportunity to engage in a question and answer session with Prefects about the high school program. Following dinner, parents arrived and attended a presentation outlining our high school academic and extracurricular offerings.

    This was a great occasion for parents and future high school students to start getting excited about all the amazing opportunities and engaging academics there is to look forward to.
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  • Animal Classification at the Toronto Zoo

    On Thursday, September 27th, the grade 2 classes enjoyed a full day excursion to the Toronto Zoo. All students were actively engaged in enhancing their learning of “Animal Classification”. The full-day program allowed our students to distinguish between vertebrate and invertebrates and provided the opportunity to explore the characteristics of furry mammals, scaly reptiles, feathery birds, slippery fish, smooth amphibians, and insects. During their visit, the children loved learning all the personal information relating to the specific animals at the zoo (names, ages, habits, diet, etc.). One of our highlights was being able to observe the baby Hippopotamus, Penelope, as well as having the opportunity to see the very young rhinoceros.

    A fun-filled day of learning was had by all! 
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  • The Ultimate Report: Semi Finals & Championship

    The Ultimate season came to a close on October 12th as the playoff champions were crowned. In the first semi-final match, the undefeated, regular season champion, Yellow Jackets took on the Reds, who played their best game of the season.  The Yellow Jackets opened the scoring at the 3:50 mark as Rory caught Abby’s feed.  It took another 10 minutes of play before another score was realized, as Adam handled Ian’s scoring pass.  Three minutes later, it was Ian that made the scoring catch, as Saad provided the disc. As mentioned, the Reds were playing their best match of the season, as this game could easily have been a 2-2 draw.  However, it was not until 16:30 when Omar scored on Victoria’s assist.  The Reds kept pressing, but the Yellow Jackets were able to slip through for the final score as Carter corralled Saad’s scoring toss.
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  • Oakville and the Underground Railroad

    Our Grade 3 students visited the Oakville Museum! Students started their journey to the past by walking through downtown Oakville to the Oakville Museum. Once there, students were offered a fascinating glimpse into the history of the Underground Railroad in Oakville. They were able to watch the multi-media presentation 'The Underground Railroad: Next Stop Freedom' - a true story of heroic flight from a life of slavery. After the presentation students were able to explore exhibit items and journey outdoors where they saw ‘The Freedom Door’.
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