Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority Date: November 17, 2017
The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that the Weather Office is forecasting approximately 10 mm of rainfall for Friday overnight and another 20mm to 35mm Saturday.
The possibility for localized flooding in various low lying areas of the watershed exists due to this expected rainfall and saturated ... Continue reading "WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT FLOOD OUTLOOK"
We will be gathering together for our Remembrance Day Service on Friday, November 10th at 10:45 a.m. All students and staff are asked to wear red and white in support of this day. All Girl Guides, Brownies and Scouts are invited to wear their uniforms to school tomorrow for our Remembrance Day service. ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day Service"Soldiers wear uniforms to identify who they are, and to show
On November 6, the Grade 6 students had the honour of hosting Henry Agassi as their guest speaker. Mr Agassi shared his story of how he grew up in Nigeria with tough conditions and his journey as he immigrated to Canada. This helped to enrich our Social Studies unit on Heritage and Citizenship, in terms of how our identity is formed and shaped.
This week the primary students participated in an interactive presentation put on by the Dairy Farmers of Ontario. Using milk as a learning vehicle, students gained further knowledge while developing skills that will help them become better decision makers when it comes to healthy eating. Through songs and games, the students learned how important milk is and how it assists their bodies in growth and ... Continue reading "Dairy Farmers of Ontario Visit Good Shepherd"
We are excited to once again offer our Lego club. It will be held on Tuesdays at 12:20. If you have some Lego you would like to donate, please feel free to send it into the office. Thanks for your help.
School Boards across Ontario are demonstrating their commitment to Truth and Reconciliation by providing Land Acknowledgements that honour Indigenous Peoples and traditional lands. At the York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB), we echo the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario (ACBO) in their response to the Calls to Action through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.