If you pass by the Grade 4 classes this week, expect to see a hubbub of activity: students designing posters, pricing toys and books, testing-out carnival games, and crafting all sorts of wares. With just a few short days before the Kids for Kids' Rights Fair, the excitement is expected...
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Every year, it seems, the Guild finds new ways to live up to their motto, "parents are the strength," and this group is no different.
For our graduating class, September marks the start of a nine-month long, mad dash to the finish line. Students start the year with an ever-growing, mile-long list of assignments, essays, and due dates. And yet, they will always ask about one thing before all-else: who is my kinderbuddy?
You have got your invitation in the mail, seen the posters around the school, and read about it in the eGryphon... Gala is coming! Whether you are new to the school, or just haven't been yet, here is everything you might be wondering about the event.
Find out the unique way Mrs. Banack is using the North Forest and Gardens to help her students with reading, writing, speaking, and listening in English.
During their Week Without Walls Trip at Rockridge Camp, Grade 7 and 8 students created Andy Goldsworthy-inspired art installations. Andy Goldsworthy is a brilliant British artist, who uses materials from the earth such as twigs, stones, reeds, ice, and snow, to create temporary installations in nature.