Grade 5-6 Playground Project

Since September the students in Grade 5-6 have been working hard on a special project focused on the school playground. They started with the Driving Question: How can we make improvements to our playground that build knowledge, build faith an..

Remembrance Day Chapel 2020

Remembrance Day 2020 – a time to remember and reflect on the sacrifices made by so many. To prepare for the day we read books with our class.   These books help the student understand the purpose and the importance of Remembrance Day. W..

A Gift of a Day

This past Friday was a gift of a day …. warm and sunny and beautiful. We took advantage of the summer weather in October to spend lots of time outside. We met with our buddies to do activities together. We made music outside. We did gym ..

The Colours of Fall!

This time of year there is a lot of beauty to behold! Inspired by the beauty of creation, students have been working hard on some amazing works of art. Amazing fall colours as the leaves change and drop!     Amazing fall colours on t..


“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good!” Psalm 118:1 Last Friday we gathered together to do just that. We dressed up like essential workers.   We met outside for chapel. We gave thanks to God for many things: essential worke..

Orange Shirt Day

Wednesday, September 30 was Orange Shirt Day, a day to remember Residential School survivors and their families. The students in Grade 5-6 learned about this important day. They created a short video to encourage everyone to wear orange. Durin..

Buddy Time

Buddy time is a favourite activity at TCS and this year we had to rethink how we do it. We use pool noodles to give us a visual reminder to keep our distance. We meet outside where we have lots of space and are able to spread out. We played a ..

Grade 7-8 Retreat

The students in Grade 7-8 recently had a chance to go on a one day retreat. Their day started with a time of devotions led by Pastor Aaron, focusing on the Goodness of God. He talked about how many times God told the Israelites to remember how..

And we’re back at school!

On March 13 we held our closing chapel and dismissed for what we thought would be a 3 week long spring break. It turned into 12 weeks of Distance Learning with everyone learning in their own homes. June 19 was our closing virtual chapel and 11..

What is Distance Learning?

In the middle of March we suddenly embarked on a learning journey that we had not previously imagined. Seemingly overnight we transitioned into Distance Learning. What is Distance Learning? What does it look like? We can start answering that b..