There are many great things happening in the CHES library learning commons. Our Forest of Reading Program is in full swing. This national program focuses on getting our students to read books by Canadian authors. There are books for all grade levels and the selections include fiction and
Are you looking for a last minute gift? Why not give the gift of reading. You can do some Christmas shopping while continuing to support the school by visiting www.qsp.ca. Print and digital versions are available. Simply click on find my group and
Resilience is our ability to recover from difficulties and adapt to change; to be able to function as well or better after a challenge. Resilience is an important part of good mental health. We all can develop resilience, and we can help our children and youth develop it as well.
“National Tree Day will serve as a celebration for all Canadians to appreciate the great benefits that trees provide us - clean air, wildlife habitat, reducing energy demand and connecting with nature.”
“Children today spend less time outdoors than any generation in
Please make sure that you have returned all of the forms that came home in your child’s backpack over the first two weeks of school. These forms include community walking, student insurance, freedom of information, yearly consent for media, and your child’s student data sheet. In addition, please
Are you getting back into the habit of packing school lunches? A balanced lunch includes a variety of foods to keep your child full and able to learn best. Try to include at least one food item from each of these 4 categories in your child’s lunch every