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Three-year Goal Achieved!

Congratulations to the Luke 4:18 committee at St. Charles Garnier CES.  The money raised by our students this year brought us to our 3-year goal of  $10 000.00.  This means we have raised enough money to build our second school in Sierra Leone.  Congratulations Gators!

Mathematica Math Contest

Congratulations to each of the PACE classes on a job well done in writing the Mathematica Math Contest. ... Continue reading "Mathematica Math Contest"

Each school is ranked based on the top 3 highest scores.  St. Charles Garnier is proud to announce that Gr. 5 Pace ranked FIRST (along with seven other schools) out of 638 schools that participated in the Gr. 5 Fibonacci Math Contest.   Grade 6 PACE ranked

Public Works Plow Contest

Our grade 5 students in Ms. Synder’s class entered a contest and were chosen to paint a plow.   They had to design based on the theme: The Power of Public Works.   A newly refreshed plow was provided as well as non-toxic paint in a variety of colours.  See our twitter account for more pictures of students painting the plow.   Families are invited to vote for ... Continue reading "Public Works Plow Contest"

Mental Health Sticker Winner – Andrea Lee

YCDSB  recognizes May 7-13, 2018 as Mental Health Week. To mark this occasion, elementary students in YCDSB schools were invited to design a sticker, and secondary students were invited to design a poster featuring the Board’s Mental Health Slogan, “A Healthy Mind, Means a Healthy Life”. The stickers and posters raise awareness about mental health, and the top winning submission from each division will be ... Continue reading "Mental Health Sticker Winner – Andrea Lee"

Congratulations, Anabella!

The Ontario Justice Education Network (OJEN) encourages Grade 5 students across the Province to annually participate in a Poster Challenge. They invite students to create posters that tell others what they value about the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The challenge helps students to become more community-minded, politically aware and productive citizens, overall making the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms more meaningful and ... Continue reading "Congratulations, Anabella!"

Pause to Play

In partnership with York Region Public Health, our school will be participating in this year’s annual Pause to PLAY challenge running from April 30 to May 4, 2018.  Students are encouraged to put their TV’s, gaming devices, tablets, cell phones, and computers on pause for one full week and become more physically active through play.  Our students will be participating in a school-wide ... Continue reading "Pause to Play"

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