February 14th, 2020
African Heritage Month Fact
Black Canadians were proud to serve during times of war, even if they weren’t always wanted or accepted. Black soldiers helped defend Upper Canada against the Americans during the War of 1812. During World War 1, the first Black military unit was formed. They did not fight, but they helped by building roads and railways. In World War 2, black soldiers eventually got to serve alongside white soldiers.
Show your love for Valentine’s Day!
Join us at lunch for a sock hop in the gymnasium. Price of admission $1.00.
Grade 7 Immersion
A reminder to any grade 6 students planning to go into French Immersion next year that you are asked to bring your signed form back to the main office asap.
Grade 9s - O2 Program
Grade 9 students interested in applying to the O2 Program are reminded that their applications are due to Ms. Meehan today! You also need to make sure that you’ve given a teacher reference sheet to one of your teachers. Everything must be passed in today.
Bake Sale and Cupcake Walk
The Me to We Team is putting on a Valentine’s Bake Sale during the Sock Hop today at lunch. $2 for baked goods. All money raised goes to We Villages.
African Heritage Month Readers’ Theatre
Students participating in the African Heritage Month Readers’ Theatre will have their next practice from 12-1 on Tuesday, attending only with their teachers’ permission.
Lunch Time Activities
Grade 6 Band Practice
Girls on Fire
Girls on Fire today 1-2 in Room 112