Today was the last day of our school year and our last moments together were spent praising God, raising the roof actually as we belted out our theme song: Build Your Kingdom Here. We had sung this song at our end of the year chapel last year ..
Kindergarten Camp is our Kindergarten Readiness Program that we run each April. Once a week students who will be starting Kindergarten in the following year come and experience what it is like to learn in Kindergarten. We focus on a number of ..
Today was Career Day, a fun dress up day where all the students dressed up as what they want to be when they grow up. There were a lot of creative costumes …. from nurses to artists to police officers to astronauts! We began the day by j..
It was a full house at the Bazaar! Lots of food and fun for everyone! Thank you to everyone who came out to the TCS Bazaar and helped in any way. Without the support of the community, this fundraiser would not succeed. A big thank you to the B..
The Grade 1&2s recently completed projects on the provinces and territories of Canada. Done independently during class time, students were first taught how to locate information on the provincial bird and flower for their chosen province/t..
3.1415926…. While I can only recite the first few digits of pi, there are people in the world who can recite hundreds or thousands of the random digits of pi. Why is there such a fascination with the number pi? While some people don&..
For the past few weeks, our Grade 3/4 class has been learning about Italy. We started off learning about the Ancient Romans (the first Italians), and then progressed to learning about modern-day Italy through its economy, geography, and major ..
Have you even wondered what goes on in a school on the day before March Break? Report cards for Term 2 are finished and everyone is thinking about the week ahead. So what do the teachers an students do all day? Well…… The Kindergar..
“Bones, bones hard and strong — All connected so nothing goes wrong!” In Kindergarten, we have been learning about our skeletons. We can put a paper skeleton together, knowing where all our major bones are located. Here is w..
One of our choices for Winter Electives this year was woodworking. Students went off-site to the home of one of their leaders, so that they were able to work in his workshop. With their leaders, Steve Geertsema and Jack VanGilst, they w..