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Winter Carnival – Week 26 at GCS

2018-03-18T07:30:08+00:00 March 18th, 2018|

Happy Lord's Day, everyone! Winter Carnival Again, just a reminder about Winter Carnival Dress-up Days. Monday, March 19th – Pajama Day – Roll out of bed and come to school! Okay, not really. But yes, wear your comfiest clothes and even your slippers! Tuesday, March 20th – Mathlete vs. Athlete – Are you more of [...]

Winter Carnival Dress-Up Days

2018-03-15T15:57:49+00:00 March 15th, 2018|

Hello all! I wanted to give you a heads-up about Winter Carnival. As a lead-up to March Break, we will be having school-wide dress-up days all next week! Participation is optional, but students who take part will be awarded with some prizes from Student Council. Monday, March 19th – Pajama Day – Roll out of [...]

Cheer, Basketball, and Bowling – Week 25 at GCS

2018-03-11T15:05:58+00:00 March 11th, 2018|

I hope you all had a great weekend and have “sprung ahead” with the time change. Please take note of the following announcements: Elementary Basketball Camp We are excited to announce that the GCS Elementary Basketball Camp will soon be starting.  Students in grades 3-6 are invited to participate on Thursdays from 3:00–4:30, beginning on [...]

What’s Cooking? – Week 24 at GCS

2018-03-04T18:09:09+00:00 March 4th, 2018|

What a week! Congratulations to the top readers in our Olympic Reading Challenge! I am very proud of all the students’ hard work. In grade 3/4, we had nearly 100% participation with almost all students earning at least one medal, and some many more. Also, congratulations to the cheerleaders on their thrilling performance at the [...]

Into March We Go – Week 23 at GCS

2018-02-25T16:32:14+00:00 February 25th, 2018|

Skating Days Throughout the month of March, elementary students will have the opportunity to participate in skating days! This year, we will be traveling to the APM Center in Cornwall on three separate dates: March 1, 8, and 16.  Skate times are scheduled for 1:30-2:30. Students are required to have skates, mittens, and a helmet [...]

Happy Islander Day! – Week 22 at GCS

2018-02-18T18:55:39+00:00 February 18th, 2018|

With Valentine’s Day and Lunar New Year last week, and now Islander Day tomorrow, we have much to celebrate this February! I hope everyone enjoys the day off to spend some time with family. Olympic Reading Challenge The Olympic Reading Challenge is still going full force this week and I am proud to announce that, [...]

Love, Reading, and the Olympics – Week 21 at GCS

2018-02-11T17:58:38+00:00 February 11th, 2018|

Hello parents, It’s that time of year when we celebrate literacy and the gift of written language with which God has blessed us! It has been proven that the more children read, the better they become at reading. Furthermore, just 20 minutes a day reading with a child develops important critical thinking skills. As such, [...]

Parent-Teacher Interviews and the Olympics – Week 20 at GCS

2018-02-04T18:01:08+00:00 February 4th, 2018|

Hello parents, I hope you have enjoyed this weekend, even with the crazy temperature swings! Please take note of the following updates and information on the Olympic Celebration. Parent Teacher Interviews & New Sign Up Procedures Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday evening (February 8) from 6-9pm and Friday morning (February 9) from 10am-12pm.  We are launching a new [...]

‘Bout Halfway There – Week 19 at GCS

2018-01-27T14:10:38+00:00 January 27th, 2018|

Good afternoon, parents! It’s hard to believe, but second quarter is coming a close and we are nearing the half-way mark of the school year. With that being said, there is a lot coming up within the next few weeks! Be on the lookout for more information regarding Love of Reading Week, our celebration of [...]

Fresh Snow and Fresh Ideas – Week 18 at GCS

2018-01-20T17:00:06+00:00 January 20th, 2018|

Good afternoon, everybody! Last week students had a great time with all things cold! We had an enlightening Social Studies class finding the answers to the students’ questions about Antarctica. Also, students had a well-deserved half-hour out on the playground on Thursday, sledding, making snow angels, and just enjoying the freshly fallen snow. Blog Changes [...]