Tim and Chris from the Right to Play organization, spoke today to the Grade 4 -6 students about the importance of being active and how games and sport can teach us about teamwork and respect for one another. They work with kids all around the world. So you can imagine our interest when we saw a video about a young boy named Denis, and how he made such a BIG difference in Rwanda. Another huge message was to work hard at whatever you do and to stay positive. Well, now, that’s good advice! Remember the song that Ms. Fudge and Ms. Sutter sang for us?
Chris, Lacross player
Ball presentation: Look after yourself and one another
Tim and Chris
Elementary students take to the trails of the Peter Barry Duff Park in preparation for the upcoming NLAA cross country running for schools series.
Our Annual Terry Fox walk was a hugh success today with brilliant weather and countless volunteers. Even Beezley, our school mascot, greeted students as they made their way back to school. A special thank you goes out to Mr. Tucker and Ms. Roule for organizing the event.
Students at Holy Family School enjoyed a fun-filled day at Techniplex last week.
Congratulations to the the boys baseball team who took home GOLD in the Geoff Walsh Memorial Baseball Tournament with a final score of 4-3 against Goulds Elementary.
The Grade Five classes went to Pippy Park on Wednesday and Thursday last week for skiing and snowshoeing and orienteering. A fabulous learning experience that ended up with a nice cup of warm hot chocolate. A good time was had by all!
Thanks Mr. Tucker and Ms. Roule for painting hopscotch lines.