From Dec 3-12, families are invited to select a star from the Empathy Tree. These stars reflect a student in TVDSB whose family is facing difficulty this holiday season. Please return a wrapped gift for this student by Dec 12 and we will forward it to that student before the holidays!
M. Cadotte's class will be conducting this year's food drive, beginning on Monday, December 9th. If a student brings a non-perishable food item, he/she will receive a ticket. A second (or more) ticket can be issued for every two items provided on top of the first. They can turn this ticket in at recess for a try at the bean bag toss. Throughout the food drive, M. Cadotte's students will be graphing results for all to see in the main hall. The class with the highest bar (bar graph) will receive a pizza party after the food drive.
We are a NUT SAFE environment. Please enjoy nut products at home.
For information about choirs and the school play "Annie, Jr" please visit Susan's website.
Take a look at our new category on the left, click "Science Inquiry Photo Gallery".
For hot lunch ordering information, please visit:
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