News & Announcements
This week, CHES is extremely lucky that the Neema Children’s choir will be presenting at our school on June 14 at 2:00 p.m. The choir members are orphaned children from the ages of 8 to 18 who are being raised by Pastor Francis Daniel Mutibwa and his wife as part of the Kingdom Child Project, a registered Non-Government Organization in Uganda. Their messages
The Long Term Accommodation Plan (LTAP) Final Report (Draft) will be presented at the Business Operations Committee meeting on June 12, 2018. The meeting starts at 7 pm in the boardroom at the Guelph Board Office, 500 Victoria Road N, Guelph.
The final report has considered the feedback received during the second phase of public engagement conducted throughout
At last week’s Board meeting, the Trustees confirmed principal and vice-principal moves that will be effective in September. Unfortunately, Mrs. Shilvock will be leaving us at the end of June. She will be moving to Primrose, where she will continue her role of vice-principal. CHES will be welcoming Mr. Peeters who will be moving from Parkinson to Centennial Hylands. Mr. Peeters has previously
Tomorrow morning is your last chance to bring any unwanted clothing or textiles to school and have them picked up as part of our Bags to School initiative. We can accept many types of textiles, such as clothing, bedding, towels and curtains. Your donation will help keep items out of the landfill and help raise money for our new playground.
Today grade 6 and 7 students had the opportunity to participate in “Stressed Out? Try this…” Students rotated through several sessions – including physical activity, yoga, and mindfulness – and were challenged to reflect on a strategy that they could use when they are feeling stressed out. Feedback from the students, staff and presenters was very feedback. Thanks to Charlotte, our student leader,
The Upper Grand District School Board’s Long Term Accommodation Plan Draft Final Report will be presented at a public meeting on May 10th starting at 7 pm at Orangeville DSS. Parents, guardians and members of the community are invited to come to the meeting to hear the report presentation, share their thoughts and ask questions. For more information, please go to the Board’s
Mental Health Awareness Week, May 7-11
Mental health is a state of being. It’s about feeling good about who you are, having balance in your life, managing life’s highs and lows, and having a support system. CHES will be celebrating Mental Health Awareness week by encouraging all of our community members to have a SUPER week – Social Connections, Understanding emotions, Personal Health, Empathy,