We had a wonderful time last night at the Welcome Back BBQ. Even though we heard rumbles of thunder, and there was a downpour at 4:50, the skies cleared and we were able to enjoy the outdoors. Staff, parents and students reconnected, and we we..
What a blessing to begin this new school year! We are excited and thankful to God that He is faithful. As we live out this year’s theme “Build God’s Kingdom Here”, we pray along with the Lord’s prayer: “Yo..
Today the Gr. 6/7/8 class spent the day at McMaze near Cornwall. They worked on team work strategies and building community as they tackled some mazes and activities together. First up – a grass maze. Students rushed in to try a..
Have a look at our Kingdom Builders at work making clay tiles of the Kingdom of God! The tiles are now drying and will soon be installed in a school mural. Save Save Save Save Save
For our first Fab Friday of the year, we dressed like kings, queens, princesses and knights! At our chapel, we talked about how we are all royalty because we are sons and daughters of the King. But… the King we serve humbled Himself and ..
The Grade 3-4 students were asked to write about how they could bring God’s Kingdom to TCS. This is what we came up with! “We can play with the lonely kids on the playground.” – Petra “We can share things and NO more fighting!”..
The Grade 3-4 class led us in a wonderful chapel this morning. They performed 3 plays that they had written about how we can build God’s Kingdom at TCS and in our community. Save
“2, 4, 6, 8, We think math is really great!” This cheer could be heard loud and clear from the gym on Wednesday morning, as students participated in our annual Math Fair. Before we got this point, the Grade 6/7/8 class spent a mo..
As we approached Remembrance Day, the Grade 1&2 class reflected on what Remembrance Day meant to them. Through various stories and pictures, they were introduced to what the poppy meant, and why we celebrate Remembrance Day in Canada. Whil..
Here is a short video clip of our morning Chapel with Redeemer Christian High School. The students are singing “Build God’s Kingdom Here” by Rend Collective, which is our school’s theme this year.