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Extra Recess Fundraiser for Haiti – Thursday, Oct. 20
Hurricane Relief Fundraiser The CCCS middle school Outreach Club is planning an “Extra Recess By Donation” next Thursday, October 20th at 1 pm. We are raising funds for students in Haiti who, last week, after Hurricane Matthew, are in desperate need of many things. All cash donations will be appreciated and delivered directly to Chief […]Read More
Pro-D Day Activity – Friday, October 21
Sign up today for an incredible Pro-D Day experience – Who Are We, Who Are They on October 21st, Pro-D Day. This amazing day is led by the world renowned author of If the World Were a Village. David J. Smith won 6 awards for his children’s book including, Smithsonian Magazine “Notable Book of the Year” and International […]Read More
PSG Meeting & Curriculum Evening: Oct 6
The Parent Support Group meeting will start at 6:30 tonight, Thursday, October 6th, followed by the Curriculum Evening at 7:00pm. All parents are encouraged to attend. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide childcare.Read More
Terry Fox Run/Walk: Thursday, Sep 29
CCCS students, teachers and parents will join together for the annual Terry Fox Trot on Thursday, September 29. We will leave the school at 1:15 and head to Heywood Field. This week students have been fundraising and learning about Terry Fox and his legacy. To see a video of grade 8 students teaching the grade […]Read More
We Love Art! – Collaborative Mural
Cathedral School students in grades 2 & 4 each painted a piece of the puzzle, while reviewing elements of art (line, shape, colour, pattern). Students didn’t know what the mural would look like or what the secret message would be until the 5 metre long mural was assembled in the art room. It says: “WE […]Read More
A range of videos show CCCS in action: Whether it's using technology in the classroom, performing with the school band, or bringing the whole school together for a LipDub, students at Cathedral School are actively engaged in their learning and have lots of fun!