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A few weeks ago I read a blog by Karell Roxas that made me think of all of our CGS families heading off for a two month long summer holiday. I hope Karell won’t mind me paraphrasing parts of her article, making it relevant for our school community, as I feel it is a valuable…Read More
Congratulations to everyone for a school year well lived! Time flies ever faster it seems, but not so fast that we can’t capture the memories along the way. The Final Assembly is such a nice opportunity to look back over the year and celebrate all that we have achieved as a community. Whether it be…Read More
What a treat it was to celebrate CGS Dads last week. This is the first time we have had a Father’s Day event at school in many years. The children always make gifts, of course, but because Father’s Day falls after the school year ends, celebrations are usually just at home. This year, after hosting…Read More
We wanted to recognize two students before the close of the school year. These two little people both made significant contributions, one to our school library and one to Children of Hope Uganda, by choosing to give to others instead of taking for themselves. Thank you to S. for asking her friends to purchase a…Read More
The Norval Sleepover is a right of passage for Grade 2 and 3 students at CGS. In the words of Grade 2 student Charlie, ‘The trip to Norval is real bucket list stuff.’ Charlie is right, the experience of being away at camp, usually for the first time, is a really big one for the…Read More
Thank you, thank you, thank you. We can’t say it enough. Without the hard work of the PA Executive, and all of our parent volunteers, CGS community life would not be nearly as rich as it is. From Fall Family Fun Night to CGS Mum’s Night Out (to only name two of the many events…Read More
Do you ever wonder where your Toonie Free Dress donations go? At the end of every year Marie looks out into the world to see where best to send the money. Just last week, we were very fortunate to receive a message from Right to Play, reminding us of of the amazing work they do. After…Read More