We are excited to announce that Earth Rangers will be coming to our school on Thursday, March 8th in the afternoon. They bring animals such as the Aplomado Falcon, Toucanette, ball Python and even a mammal such as a porcupine or a de-scented skunk. We can’t wait to see which animals come to see us!
On Tuesday, March 6th at 1 pm, classes from JK to grade 8 will be attending a French concert. The well known artist, Njacko Backo, will perform various songs and dances together with the help of our students in the gym. Students have asked to have Njacko back as they absolutely enjoy his energy as he shares his cultural songs!
Excitement was in the air as our grades 1 to 8 students prepared to board the buses heading downtown for their designated trips. The grades 5 went to the Parliament buildings while the other students went to the Royal Ontario Museum. Grade 1s are listening to a program entitled, the Amazing Stars while the grade 2s are becoming investigators in their program. The grade 3s ... Continue reading "Royal Ontario Museum Trip & Parliament Building"
This afternoon, students participated in the opening celebrations for the Good Shepherd Olympics. Students from grades 1 to 6 made flags and lit the Good Shepherd Olympic candle and marched around the gym. All cheered them on even the kindergarten students!
Tomorrow these students will participate in various games and then hold the Good Shepherd Olympics closing celebration. This two day Olympic is ... Continue reading "Good Shepherd Olympics Opening Celebrations"
Today, Good Shepherd students from kindergarten to grade 8 enjoyed a physically active morning. The grades 1-8 went skating at EG Arena while the kindergartens went to the Play Lounge. All had an amazing time and came back tired! Thank you to all the parents who came to watch at the two different venues! Don’t forget we will have a family skate night on April ... Continue reading "Physical Fitness Friday"
“The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority advises that localized flooding may occur due the forecasted rainfall coupled with the amount of melting ice and snow entering storm drainage systems, which will increase the potential for blockage and ice jams, especially in the vicinity of culverts and bridges. Watercourses will be flowing higher than normal causing local streams and rivers to become dangerous, especially in the vicinity