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CPHS Celebrates Canada 150 with Visual Timeline, Drama and Music

CPHS Celebrates Canada 150 with Visual Timeline, Drama and Music

June 12, 2017 No Comments

As part of its contribution to the celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, CPHS officially opened a visual timeline in the school’s main staircase. Teacher Jenna Meppleder, and Jennifer Irwin from the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage museum, cut the ribbon to officially open the display which starts from the days before Carleton Place was founded […]

CPHS Bands and Choir Impress with Year End Concert

CPHS Bands and Choir Impress with Year End Concert

June 12, 2017 No Comments

The CPHS bands and choir capped off a busy and successful year with a well-received concert.  Congratulations to all of the musicians, and sincere thanks to Mrs. Y, Ms. Price, and Mrs. Hochgeshurz for all of their hard work this year.  Thanks, also, to the numerous volunteers who helped out, including Mrs. Docker. The band has […]

Intermediate Week at a Glance

Intermediate Week at a Glance

June 11, 2017 No Comments

The Intermediate Week at a Glance is available for viewing: June12 – June16

CPHS Student Council Runs “Sun Jam” Activities for Secondary Students

CPHS Student Council Runs “Sun Jam” Activities for Secondary Students

June 8, 2017 No Comments

The CPHS student council ran a successful Sun Jam yesterday.  Events included a free barbecue, live music, games, a group photo, and and staff vs student soccer game (which the staff won 2-1). Thanks to council, Mrs. Anderson and Ms. Scanell, for organizing the events.

CPHS Relay for Life Raises Close to $10,000

CPHS Relay for Life Raises Close to $10,000

June 8, 2017 No Comments

The CPHS Relay for Life raised close to $10,000 in donations this year.  Participants did laps of school for almost 10 hours to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society. Tremendous thanks to Mr. Falcioni and his organizing team for all of their hard work, and to all of the students and staff who participated […]

Reminder: All Semester Two Grade 9 Math Students write EQAO June 14th and 15th

Reminder: All Semester Two Grade 9 Math Students write EQAO June 14th and 15th

June 8, 2017 No Comments

A reminder to all current grade 9 math students about EQAO Math next week on June 14 and 15 in the morning.  The test will also be used as a portion of your final mark for the course. Dates: Booklet 1 – Wednesday, June 14th  (Day 3 in our timetable) Booklet 2 – Thursday, June […]

Registration for Summer Semester Ends Friday, June 16yh

Registration for Summer Semester Ends Friday, June 16yh

June 7, 2017 No Comments

This is a friendly reminder that the registration deadline for all UCDSB Summer Semester 2017 programs is Friday June 16th.   All registration information as well as frequently asked questions can be found on the Summer Semester Website: www.ucdsb.on.ca click on the Summer Semester Icon on the right side of the page   Please note […]

Volunteer Opportunity: Face Painting, Caldwell Street PS, June 20th

Volunteer Opportunity: Face Painting, Caldwell Street PS, June 20th

June 5, 2017 No Comments

Caldwell is looking for student volunteers to do face painting for a fun day on Tuesday, June 20th.  It is to raise funds to furnish their sensory room. Interested students can call the school and speak to Mrs. Johnston at 613-257-1270.

Canada 150 Arts Night ~ Thursday, June 8, 2017 ~ 6:30pm-7:30pm

Canada 150 Arts Night ~ Thursday, June 8, 2017 ~ 6:30pm-7:30pm

June 5, 2017 No Comments

In celebration of Canada 150, CPHS is hosting an Arts Night on Thursday, June 8th from 6:30pm-7:30pm.  Murals will be displayed in the main staircase.  Refreshments will be served in the cafetorium.  Don’t miss it!

CPHS Trip to France and Spain Enjoys Amazing Experience

CPHS Trip to France and Spain Enjoys Amazing Experience

June 5, 2017 No Comments

Students had such a wonderful 10 day experience in Paris, Provence, and Barcelona!  From gawking at the impressive architecture to immersing themselves in the language and culture, to eating their way through croissants, churros, ice cream, and macarons, and finally walking and climbing more than 140 000 steps.  It was a truly memorable trip for […]

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