From April 11th through the 13th, our Intermediate students travelled to Ottawa and enjoyed informative and engaging experiences! They visited the Parliament Buildings, The Royal Canadian Mint, Bytown Museum, The Canadian Museum of History, The Rideau Canal, The Supreme Court of Canada, The National War Memorial, The National Art Gallery of Canada and Byward Market. They represented St Rene Goupil/St Luke with maturity and pride ... Continue reading "Our Intermediates Visit Our Nation’s Capital !!"
Our students come together in faith and prayer for all victims of the Humboldt Bronco’s Hockey Team and their families.
Pink Shirt Day/Anti-Bullying Day recognized across North America, is a day where people take a stand against bullying. The original event was organized by David Shepherd and Travis Price of Berwick, Nova Scotia. In 2007, they bought and distributed 50 pink shirts after a fellow male classmate in ninth grade, student Charles McNeil, was bullied for wearing a pink shirt on the first ... Continue reading "Pink Shirt Day – February 28th"
Baba Williams, one of Canada’s most prolific and respected drumming instructors will share his talents with the students of our school! He will present to our Grades 3 through 8 students, and provide a drumming workshop for our Grades One & Two students on Monday, February 26th! We are excited to welcome the cultural ambassador and respected representative of the African community to ... Continue reading "Celebrating Black History Month with Baba Williams!!!!"
Many exciting activities are taking place this week at St Rene Goupil/St Luke for the Lunar New Year! Students will be engaged in a variety of activities that promote the importance of these celebrations and the traditions that have held significant meaning for thousands of years. In particular, they will learn about this year, the Year of the Dog. A festival will take ... Continue reading "LUNAR NEW YEAR AT ST RENE GOUPIL/ST LUKE"
Nature does wonders for our overall well-being. Embrace the outdoors for a positive boost.