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Monthly Archives: June 2012

As the school year wraps up, it is important to take some time to celebrate the many successes and accomplishments your child has achieved over the past school year. Today’s children are being raised in a society that operates under two approaches to ‘WINNING’ which can be confusing to students. The more traditional approach is evident where awards such as the Oscars, Pulitzer and Nobel Peace Prizes, and the Order of Canada are widely recognized as symbols of success and achievement.  The objective of this ...

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Glenburnie offers a safe and enriched camp experience for all children in the community entering Grades JK to Grade 5. The fun never ends at our exceptional camps which emphasize learning, participation, and friendship.  Glenburnie’s Summer Camps will run from July 7th to August 1st, and include Academic, French, Vacation, and Musical Theatre.  This year’s creative and fun weekly themes, which are sure to captivate the imagination of all campers are:  Week 1: Adventures in Candy Land, Week 2: School of ...

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Each spring, Glenburnie School celebrates all aspects of the performing and visual arts at the Festival of the Arts event. Artwork created throughout the year by students across the grade levels, is displayed gallery-style throughout the Main Lobby and Gymnasium.  Visitors to the festival are invited to peruse the gallery prior to the commencement of the musical performances.     This year's Festival was extra special!  Students from Grades 4 to 8, along with the Junior/Intermediate Choir and the Glenburnie ...

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In June of each year, the Senior Kindergarten students participate in a moving ceremony during which they receive a tie passed down by their Grade Eight Reading Buddy.  The special relationship between the Senior Kindergarten and Grade Eight students is fostered during the year through frequent times spent together enjoying reading and writing activities.  As the milestone of leaving Kindergarten to join the Primary Division of the school is reached, time is taken to celebrate the triumphs and successes of each ...

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The Huntsman Marine Science Centre is a not-for-profit research and teaching institute in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.  The Huntsman campus, including the Fundy Discovery Aquarium, is located on the St. Croix estuary on the lower shore of the Bay of Fundy. For over forty years, the education programmes at the Huntsman have been providing visitors with information on Canada’s east coast marine ecology and economy. The Grade Eight students at Glenburnie School have had the unique opportunity to learn firsthand about ...

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