Parents, students and staff joined me in thanking our very special and dedicated secretary yesterday. Letters, notes and flowers poured in appreciation of all Ms. Potvin does for us all! A big hug is sent to her from all of us!
Good Shepherd has been busy planting flowers in our school yard. If you would like to share some of your perennials with us, feel free to bring them to school and our “gardeners” will ensure we plant them. Thank you to all who have sent some in the past.
Good Shepherd recognizes Earth day by participating in a school wide presentation on how they could be stewards of the Earth. They are undertaking various projects. Students are recycling their food scrapes as they will again this Tuesday, and participating in Waste-Free lunches on several days a week. In Addition, the Eco teams are promoting Thirsty Thursdays where all students are asked to bring in ... Continue reading "Good Shepherd Recognizes Earth Day"
Our school community enjoyed listening to our grades 4 to 8 students as they presented their speeches. We had 8 students representing the junior division and 4 students representing the intermediates. All the speeches were fabulous making it a tough job to judge the speeches.
Kelly’s speech on Viola Desmond won her first place and she will be representing Good Shepherd School at ... Continue reading "Oral Presentations Today"
We are excited to share the Stations of the Cross service led by our students under the guidance of Mrs. Geoffrey, our drama specialist. All are welcome to attend this special service being held tomorrow at 11 a.m.
Loretta Penny came to Good Shepherd on Friday, April 7th. Parents, students and staff were captivated by her presentation entitled, ‘the Buzz on Bees’. All were given the opportunity to touch and look at various items in her display. They also enjoyed purchasing various gifts for their parents and themselves that were made with loving hands. Proceeds went to the homeless shelters. What a wonderful ... Continue reading "Good Shepherd Students mesmerized by Mrs. Penny’s talk on Bees and Extinct Animals"