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Grade 9 – Take Your Kids To Work  Wed Nov 5, 2014

Grade 9 – Take Your Kids To Work Wed Nov 5, 2014

October 9, 2014 No Comments

Information and sign up forms were distributed to grade 9 students this week. Please have signed permission forms returned to LINK CREW LEADERS by Mon,Nov 3rd.

Fun with Science in Mr. Russell’s Class

Fun with Science in Mr. Russell’s Class

October 7, 2014 No Comments

Mr Russell’s essentials-level Science class recently completed an exciting project.  After examining life along the Mississippi River, members of the class were challenged to create an animal that could live in the ecosystem.  Pictured below are the proud scientists and some of their creations.

Stratford Through the Looking Glass

Stratford Through the Looking Glass

October 7, 2014 No Comments

Hear ye! Hear ye! The 2014 school year brought around another amazing Stratford trip. New friends were made as Mrs. Pritchard (we miss you!) orchestrated a partnership between CPHS and SFDCI. Students from grades 10-12 enjoyed two action-packed (or you could say acting-packed) days of theatre, costume warehouse tours, and VERY long but not uneventful […]

Using Pumpkins to Explore Mathematics

Using Pumpkins to Explore Mathematics

October 2, 2014 No Comments

Students from Ms. McAllister’s class are using pumpkins to explore a number of mathematical concepts including estimation, ratio, and mass.  The hands on activities have been a great way to learn Math while having fun at the same time.  

CPHS Senior Boys Volleyball Hosts Tournament

CPHS Senior Boys Volleyball Hosts Tournament

October 2, 2014 No Comments

The senior boys volleyball hosted the weekly tournament. Great sportsmanship and competitive volleyball made the day a great success. Thank you to all who helped make the day run well and to the supportive fans that came to watch and cheer. This weekend the team is off to Brockville for a tournament and next week […]

CPHS Raises Over $3000 for Terry Fox Foundation in Fundraising Run

CPHS Raises Over $3000 for Terry Fox Foundation in Fundraising Run

September 29, 2014 No Comments

CPHS students participating in the Terry Fox run last week were able to raise over $3000 to support this important cause. Thanks to Mr. Dickie and Mr. Strachan for their organizational work. Principal Eric Hardie, Carleton Place High School CPHS

CPHS Bears Golf Advances Players to  EOSSA Tournament

CPHS Bears Golf Advances Players to EOSSA Tournament

September 25, 2014 No Comments

CPHS Bears Golf team played in the regional tournament this week.  While there was no girls team competition, Chloe Wilson won the individual girls championship easily dominating the rest of the girls shooting a remarkable 82, one of the best scores of the day for either gender.  She moves on to the EOSSA tournament in Prescott on […]

CPHS Bears Senior Boys Volleyball Starts Season with Tournament Win

CPHS Bears Senior Boys Volleyball Starts Season with Tournament Win

September 24, 2014 No Comments

CPHS Senior Boys Volleyball Team travelled to Renfrew, Thursday Sept. 18. They started the season off with some amazing teamwork, digs, hits and serves to come home with first place and the gold medal from the day! Congratulations Bears! Their regular season starts the 24th of September and the home tournament is on Oct. 1st […]

Gold Band Parent / Guardians’ Meeting: Wednesday, Oct 1st at  7:15pm

Gold Band Parent / Guardians’ Meeting: Wednesday, Oct 1st at 7:15pm

September 23, 2014 No Comments

We have an important organizational meeting Wednesday October 1st, 2014 at 7:15 PM in the Learning Commons for all students wishing to attend the trip to Alberta this year. The deadline for registration is Thursday October 2nd. If your son or daughter cannot attend, please have them pick up a registration package early next week.

PA Day: Friday, September 26th

September 23, 2014 No Comments

Just a reminder to all students, parents and guardians that there are no classes this Friday.  Teachers from CPHS will be working with teachers from schools throughout Carleton Place and Almonte on ideas of how to improve student learning and engagement.

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