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Please click on the link for the monthly newsletter: November Newsletter 2018

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Please click on the link for the monthly newsletter: September Newsletter 2018

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It has been our pleasure to welcome back all Glenburnie students and their families from March Break. We hope that everyone is refreshed and ready for a busy Spring season. There are many exciting events planned for the weeks ahead, which include: our Earth Day activities, hosting the Spelling Bee of Canada: Oakville Region, countdown to our spectacular theatrical production, Singin’ in the Rain, class field trips to Joshua’s Creek for field and stream scientific inquiry, and our ongoing academic cross-curricular ...

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It has been our pleasure to welcome back all Glenburnie students and their families from March Break. We hope that everyone is refreshed and ready for a busy Spring season at Glenburnie School. There are many exciting events planned for the weeks ahead, which include: our Earth Day activities, hosting the Spelling Bee of Canada: Oakville Region, countdown to our spectacular theatrical production, Peter Pan, class field trips to Joshua’s Creek for field and stream scientific inquiry, and our ongoing academic ...

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Since 2008, Glenburnie School has participated in the annual Terry Fox Run.  Each year, students and teachers join together to celebrate one of Canada’s most inspiring heroes.  Prior to the run, students take part in class activities where they have the opportunity to learn more about the life of Terry Fox.  On the day of the run, which always coincides with the National School Run Day, students gather in the Gymnasium to watch an inspiring video about Terry Fox. Two years ago, we were very fortunate to welcome a ...

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Authors: Chrissy Johnston, PK Teacher; Sarah Ivany, Grade 6 Teacher It is difficult to put into words what two weeks in the Masai Mara, located in the most rural part of Kenya, will do to change a person.  This past summer, we had the opportunity to visit Kenya and see firsthand the result of our school’s recent fundraising efforts.  Our school community enthusiastically embraced the Brick By Brick initiative and raised enough funds to build a school house in Kenya through the Free the Children organization.  We ...

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