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Grade 8 Trip to Bonnenfant Outdoor Ed Leadership Centre a Big Succes

Grade 8 Trip to Bonnenfant Outdoor Ed Leadership Centre a Big Succes

June 14, 2013 No Comments

This year the graduates in grade eight at Carleton Place Intermediate high school attended a field trip to The YMCA Bonnenfant Y Outdoor Education and Leadership Centre from Thursday June 7th – Friday June 8th 2013. The students participated in many outdoor activities such as, low ropes, high ropes, rock climbing, and many more exciting activities. […]

Teens Talking: CPHS Students Attend “Change the View” Workshop in Kingston

Teens Talking: CPHS Students Attend “Change the View” Workshop in Kingston

June 13, 2013 No Comments

A small group of our students – Ashley Bandy, Taylor Renwick and Jaydon Turgeon – had the amazing opportunity to travel to Kingston to attend a “New Mentality- Change the View” workshop, held by Kingston’s New Mentality group. They met with groups from Kingston and Toronto to discuss youth and mental health awareness. Each group had the […]

CPHS Sends 10th Largest Team in Ontario to OFSAA Track and Field Championship

CPHS Sends 10th Largest Team in Ontario to OFSAA Track and Field Championship

June 13, 2013 No Comments

CPHS capped off a brilliant Track and Field season this past weekend by sending 23 athletes to compete in the OFSAA Track and Field Championships in Oshawa last week.  Of the 671 school sending athletes, there were only 9 schools with larger teams – all of them much larger than CPHS in terms of school […]

CPHS Focus of Feature Article in The Globe and Mail for Bullying Prevention Initiative

CPHS Focus of Feature Article in The Globe and Mail for Bullying Prevention Initiative

June 12, 2013 No Comments

The CPHS Link Crew program is part of a feature article in Canada’s national newspaper – The Globe and Mail – focussed on bullying prevention.  The article can be found here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/education/how-three-suicides-in-three-months-prompted-one-school-board-to-find-a-solution-to-bullying/article12488616/ There is an additional multimedia section which includes an article, video and photos – specific to CPHS – featuring grade nine student Alex West and […]

1000×3000 System Review – Message from the UCDSB

1000×3000 System Review – Message from the UCDSB

June 10, 2013 No Comments

To Parents and Community Members:   You are invited to participate in an important survey that is happening right now across the Upper Canada District School Board.   As a parent, student, community member or other partner with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB), you have likely heard something about “CREW.” CREW is the […]

Student Council MOGA a Great Success Despite Weather

Student Council MOGA a Great Success Despite Weather

June 7, 2013 No Comments

The student council’s annual MOGA – Most Outrageous Group Activity – event was a great success on June 6th, despite wet weather and cool temperatures.  Grade 9-12 students played off against each other in a series of events with the grade 12 students the eventual winners.  This also cemented the grade 12 win in the […]

CPHS ‘Brass 5’ Play First Dedicated Concert to Appreciative Audience

CPHS ‘Brass 5’ Play First Dedicated Concert to Appreciative Audience

June 7, 2013 No Comments

The Brass 5 performed their first concert on June 5th to over 100 appreciative supporters, family, friends, and community members at Zion Memorial Church June 5, 2013.  Under the direction of Daniel Pain, the ensemble strolled onstage performing the traditional Dixieland anthem ‘Just a Closer Walk.’  Musicians, Olivia Cotnam playing French horn, Paul Norris on tuba, Amir Van Alphen and […]

CPHS Bears Track Team Qualifies Remarkable 23 of 29 Athletes for OFSAA in Oshawa

CPHS Bears Track Team Qualifies Remarkable 23 of 29 Athletes for OFSAA in Oshawa

June 5, 2013 No Comments

CPHS had the most successful East Regional Track and Field Meet in school history as 23 out of the 29 competitors secured a spot in the OFSAA Championships to be held in Oshawa Thursday, June 6 through Saturday, June 8. The Pole Vaulters led the charge for the Garnet and Gold squad as three of […]

CPHS Musical Talent on Display at Spring Concert

CPHS Musical Talent on Display at Spring Concert

June 5, 2013 No Comments

The CPHS Spring Concert was held Thursday, May 30th, to a large and appreciative audience.  Music from popular favourites, to well-known chamber music, was shared by the Garnet Band, Gold Band, Intermediate Band, Intermediate Choir, and a number of smaller ensembles including the Brass 5. Many thanks to all of the performers, as well as […]

Cree Elder Teaches CPHS Students about Residential Schools, Life, and Overcoming Obstacles.

May 29, 2013 No Comments

On Tuesday, May 28, Thomas Louttit came to Carleton Place High School to give a talk to grade 10, 20th Century History and Native studies students. The students have done a unit on civil rights and changes to civil rights in the 20th century, and the unit included discussions about residential schools. Mr. Louttit is […]

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