Reading Day is Friday, May 14th!

This year the theme is “Celebrating books that we’ve read throughout the pandemic”. Students will bring books to school on Friday to read and perhaps discuss with their classmates. Students will be allowed to dress as a character in a story (if they bring the book with them), or they can wear pajamas. Mr. MacLean will be our guest reader and there will be a virtual Celebration of Learning at 11:10. We will play READO at 1:40 and students can design a mask depicting their favourite book. I hope that everyone will enjoy this event to celebrate literacy in our school.

Battle of the Books has begun!

Divisions 1 and 2 are competing to see which team can collect the most points based on their knowledge of these ten novels! The winning team will participate in the  virtual District Final event on April 27th.

The winning team was Team 5. Congratulations! They placed well in the final district event.

February 24 is Pink Shirt Day

We have lots of books that feature anti-bullying strategies.

February 17 is I Read Canadian Day!

Come to the library to find books by your favourite Canadian authors such as Melanie Watt, Robert Munsch, and Barbara Reid.

February is Black History Month

Come and see the books that we have to support Black History Month!

Family Literacy Day is January 27th

Family Literacy Day is a great occasion to read and do literacy activities with your family. You can find many activities in the links on the web site:

The 2021 YRCA books have arrived!

Click on the YRCA tab (above) to see the list of books.


Division 12 organized their notes into a graphic organizer in December

Division 12 started to learn how to take notes in November

On Remembrance Day we learned about the bravery of people who served in the armed forces

We had three publications to choose from