Please join us for refreshments in the Di Ciano Atrium between 6:00 and 7:00 pm, prior to the start of the musical perfomance in the PAC. An assortment of student artwork will be on display for your enjoyment.
John Liggett shared a special story with Junior School students at this week’s Assembly about taking their Remembrance Day poppies on an incredible journey.
I want to take you back in time. This little journey back in time might make us sad, but it will also make us feel proud.
Our first journey back in time – is just a little way back to last week’s Remembrance Day ceremony. I know how I felt that day – always a little sad. But I also felt proud to be a Canadian, and most of all – proud of all of you.
Last year, when Ms. Weening suggested her Gr. 10 Communications Technology class submit video projects to “Here’s My Canada”, Lexie McKay ’19 did not see herself coming in 2nd place and netting $2,500. But that’s exactly what happened.
Yesterday, we paid our respects at our Remembrance Day ceremonies. Putting my obvious bias aside, I have to attest that our school was at its very best. Populists might call what we experienced “flow.” Call it what you may, there is no doubt that the character, care and respect that we work so hard to create at CDS, were on full display. And I couldn’t have been more proud of our students, faculty and staff.