The Rocks & Rings program will be taking over our gym tomorrow as we bring this highly social sport to Good Shepherd School. This program introduces the Olympic sport of curling to students by bringing the curling rink to our gym. It is a fantastic physical activity that can be enjoyed by all ages and abilities. We look forward to a very exciting and educational ... Continue reading "Rocks and Rings Program Coming to Good Shepherd School"
On Tuesday, May 23rd, students were excited to welcome Sparky and our community EMS presenters to our school. They taught us the importance of Fire Safety and gave us many important tips. We also enjoyed meeting Sparky!
The Ministry of Education is committed to improving Indigenous education in Ontario, improving student achievement and well-being, and closing the achievement gap between Indigenous students and all students. In 2007, the Ontario Ministry of Education launched the Ontario First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework (the Framework). The Framework guides the Ministry of Education, school boards and schools as ... Continue reading "Indigenous Education Survey"
Today, as part of our school goals, we worked in divisions to analyze student work samples and determine next steps as we continue to work on improving student achievement. We also welcomed Mr. Belvedere, a board consultant, who demonstrated many new and improved teaching strategies using a multitude of innovative technologies. We can’t wait to implement them in our teaching.
Good Shepherd students were working creatively to produce various mother day surprises! We hope you enjoy them!
We wish all of you a wonderful and restful Mother’s Day Weekend!
Many families signed up for the coding session during our family night.