Happy 100th day of school GAA! Let's look back at all the amazing things GAA students have experienced in the last 100 days! Over the next few posts, stay with us as highlight how proud we are of each and every accomplishment, award, friendship made, a-ha moment and value learned! So proud to be a Highlander!
100 days of community mindedness:
Students and teachers collected food for the Salvation army food bank, raised funds for Me We through Charity Week buyouts and collected toys during the holiday season for the Compassion Society of Burlington.
100 days of Arts
GAA's Got Talent, the Christmas Concert: A Charlie Brown Christmas, Choir performances. Students took part in many different arts events over the last 100 days.
100 days of academic acheivement.
We are proud to celebrate the amazing accomplishments, academic growth, exploration and inspiration of each and every GAA Highlander!
Students explored structure challenges, welcomed industry guest speakers to evaluated their project based learning, designed their own anti-bullying community publicity campaign, explored and created their own plan for the playground, hosted younger students for a French festival, enjoyed a book tasting, filmed their own tv show and more and more and more! This is just a few of the many academic adventures.
#PBL, #antibullying, #creativeclassroom, #inspiringeducation
100 days of values growth.
We are proud of have such a value oriented program. Over the last 100 days, students participated in activities that explored kindness, anti-bullying and honoured No Name Calling week.
100 days of sports.
The last 100 days of school included some fun filled days on the field! Congrats to our U10, U12 and U14 soccer teams! We also cheered on our cross country teams who ran like true Highlanders with pride and spirit!
Our GAA grandparents deserve a post all to themselves! A special day for our students where they get to honour the special grandparents in their lives!