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February 22
Feb. 26 - Mar. 2, 2018

The lottery for kindergarten and Grade 1 students was held and all families have been notified. Students registering from now on forward, will be placed on a wait list.

A great thank you to Mme Melanie for producing such an exciting i-movie about carnaval in Quebec. Thank you to Mme Audette and Mme Lytwyn for building the floats and parading them on Tuesday. Thank you to Kathryn R and Mme Caroline for organizing carnaval in collaboration with the parents. Thank you to all the parent volunteers who made this evening possible. Thank you to all the families who came out on Wednesday night to celebrate. It was a hoot to watch 3 parents/students try to coordinate their movements on the 3-person skis! The ice castle is amazing and, hopefully, the weather will stay cold for a bit.

All students, teachers and parents enjoyed the performance of Folko Folie. Engaging their audience in a massive way: they had all of us dancing, making music and participating in a gigantic walking/dancing snake. The music was phenomenal. Thank you to school council for giving the students the opportunity to witness such musical skill and enthusiasm.

January 12
Jan 15-19, 2018

Welcome back! Our first four days simply flew by.

It has also turned COLD. Please, please, please, do dress your child according to the weather!  Winter pants, coats, hats, mittens, scarf, boots. Going out in – 18C for 20-30 minutes, if not dressed properly, is a long time. While we do indoor recess and lunch once temperatures drop below -20C, students need to arrive each day with proper gear. We have purchased many board games, including math games, with the $10.00 incidental fees this year so our students are busy playing games during indoor recesses.​

December 01
Dec. 4-8, 2017

Dear Families,

While the new mulch is lovely and the trees will enjoy the increase of nutrients available to them, the mulch has also been an incredible source of dirt and mud. The walkways are awash in the mulch, which, with wet weather, turns into mud, which students are tracking in. With the ice almost gone, we are wondering if some families who have shovels and brooms, may feel like they would like a bonding experience with their children by stopping by the school this weekend to shovel some of the dirt off the pathways and the front steps and, once the major dirt is removed, to sweep them with brooms as well? The pathway from the busses to the door is extremely bad and the steps and the concrete at the front of the school entrance is also in terrible need of a clean up. Please let us know if you do, so we can thank you!

Mme Lucie

April 27
Welcome to Our New Website

Dear Families,

We are excited to share our new School Website. It’s a work in progress. The CBE is working towards more uniformity in all of its school websites.  Keep checking for updates!

Mme Lucie​


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