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First Class Levers

Grade 4 students learning about first class levers.

One Million Children Praying the Rosary

One Million Children Praying the Rosary:
Aid to the Church in Need coordinated a worldwide prayer campaign for children. Our school participated in the "One Million Children Praying the Rosary" initiative. Our school prayed not only for unity and peace around the world, but for resolution to the worldwide healthcare crisis and anxiety that families are feeling. Take a look at some of the amazing ways our staff and students prayed the rosary!


Flashlight Friday

Mrs. Wright sure knows how to encourage reading in the most fun ways.  Grade two students are all aglow while reading in their classroom with the aid of flashlights.


School Start Up

We are off to a wonderful start for the 2020-2021 school year.

Meeting Dixie

Our Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten classes had a special visitor today.  Dixie, our friendly neighborhood calf, stopped by to say hello.  Our students not only got to learn about Dixie and pet her but some students were fortunate enough to feed her a bottle of milk.  Thank you to the Mathon family for gifting our classes with such a special meet and greet.  

Pink Shirt Day

Just as we grow in humanness by learning how Jesus treated all people with love, during the annual Pink Shirt Day, we reflect on how we can show kindness to others and ensure we lift each other up and celebrate the things that make us unique.

Grade 3 Building Playgrounds

Grade 3 students learning all about designing, and purchasing supplies as they build their playgrounds.

Yoga & Fruit in Pre-Kindergarten

Pre-Kindergarten students had the opportunity to attend a free parented yoga session during one of the family-oriented programming days.  This session offered the chance for pre-kindergarten students to lead in a variety of moves and included individual poses as well as poses that required partners.  It was nice to have the teachers take part as well.  Everyone finished the session by sharing a delicious and healthy tray of fruit together. 

Grade 2 Boats

What makes your boat float?  The grade two's are increasing their rationality by designing boats that float, are stable, can carry a load and move through the water.  What a fun way to use God's gifts.



Volleyball Pep Rally

To wrap up a successful volleyball season both the boys and girls teams challenged the staff to a fun game of volleyball. The final score ended with tied games for all.  Students showed their support by cheering on all volleyball players.

Sorting Hat

Ms. Lacombe, one of our grade 3 teachers, turned her classroom into Hogwart's to enhance her student's learning as they read Harry Potter during a unit in Language Arts.  The students went through the experience of wearing the "sorting hat" to find out what "house" they would belong to.  Whether they ended up in Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, or Hufflepuff I'm sure they will have loads of fun while embarking through the adventure of Harry Potter.


Grade 7 Anishinaabe X-ray Art

Grade sevens spent a considerable amount of time creating and painting their own Anishinaabe x-ray art.  The detail in their paintings is incredible.  During social and language arts they also wrote about a legend relating to their x-ray art. 


PreK Family Oriented Programming - Tie-Dying Shirts

PreK parents joined their children in a tie-dying session together.  Using vegetable dye, students were guided by their parents to create one of a kind shirts to take home afterward.

Reading Buddies

Kindergarten students enjoying some reading time with their Grade 5 reading buddies.


Boogie for Books - Elementary Dance

Students danced till their hearts were content at the elementary dance in support of the Adopt a School Library Campaign.