We are thrilled to announce that we will be holding an Virutal Talent Show. This is open to students who had tried out for our ‘CMS Glee Club” or anyone else who would like to share their talent. Your performance should be between 1-2 minutes in length and can be anything from playing piano/keyboard or guitar, to singing, dancing, etc.
ASD-North will be offering a "Virtual Olympic" games for all students and their families over 10 days from May 25-29 and June 1-5. The games will consist of three activities each day that students can compete in. Students can track their results on a scorecard which will be provided. Results will be submitted at the end of week 1 and again at the end of week 2 using a Microsoft Form.
We invite you to draw a picture or write a short note thanking frontline (essential) workers for the job that they are doing during this difficult time. Take a closeup, front-facing photo of you holding your creation and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be choosing a few images to create a Facebook post in their honour.
We miss seeing our students' faces! We invite you to email a photo of your child participating in home learning to one of their classroom teachers (alternatively, you can send one via a private message on this FaceBook page)! We will be featuring a few students doing subject work, getting physical activity and/or taking care of their mental well-being each week!
You will be receiving a School Messenger announcement tomorrow, Wednesday, April 8th, concerning a phone survey. The purpose of this survey is to obtain information regarding access to technology in the home for the purpose of at-home learning. The survey will be coming from Anglophone North School District and the results will help to assist us with providing learning opportunities for our students in the weeks to come.
This is a reminder that home learning will be launched tomorrow, Monday, April 6th. CMS students and parents should visit the “Home Learning” tab on this website, which will go live tomorrow morning. All home learning information for this week will be posted before noontime.
All of the staff at CMS have been thinking about our students and their families these past few weeks. This is a very different and sometimes difficult situation we find ourselves in. We hope that by working together, we can continue to move education forward.
Your child’s teachers have been busy developing recourses to support home learning opportunities for our students. The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (EECD) released details today regarding what home learning will look like.