TCS students in grades 3-8 presented what they learned so far about the St. Lawrence Seaway to members of the Lost Villages Society. Afterwards, each member shared their personal experiences with a small group of students. &nbs..
Our first ever school-wide Project-Based Learning! The driving question behind this project is: How has the Seaway Project been helpful and harmful to the community? The primary grades have been learning about the St.Lawrence River wi..
By Heidi Blokland Our school recently embarked on a journey called Project Based Learning, or simply “PBL.” PBL is an inquiry approach to education which uses a project as the central context for student learning. Our topic of study was th..
by Mrs. Geertsema When Mrs. Blokland asked if I’d writing about something that I wondered about this summer, I thought, “I wonder what I can write about?” I didn’t spend the summer traveling far or learning a new language or experien..
by Laura Dentz For the past four years, Camp Adonai has been one of my favourite summer experiences. Camp Adonai is an overnight camp for kids aged 9-15. The best thing about camp is that everyone there loves God and we get to worship him ever..
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 ..
Serious play is happening in our classrooms. It may seem like an oxymoron, but … Thanks to a generous donor and our Designated Giving Program we were able to purchase a class set of Lego kits. They weren’t just any kits …. th..
“Bones, bones hard and strong — All connected so nothing goes wrong!” In Kindergarten, we have been learning about our skeletons. We can put a paper skeleton together, knowing where all our major bones are located. Here is w..
Thursday afternoon the Grade 3/4/5 class ventured outside to explore God’s creation in order to find building blocks for art. The only parameters were that it needed to be something from nature. Students were given examples of other land art..
Inspired by Carl Linnaeus, the students in Grade 5-6 recently went on a Festive Field Trip. Maybe you don’t know much about Carl Linnaeus. He lived in the 1700’s and he loved all living things. He especially liked knowing the names..