Built for a Purpose: Built for Community

Mrs. Glasgow’s Grade 1 class has been learning about our local community: natural and man-made features, simple maps, and careers in our city. They went on field trips to the public library and the gymnastics club, and at the same time they learned about what it...

Built with a Purpose: Built to Learn Together

Last week, the grade 7 class had an opportunity to practice the theme “Built with a Purpose” using the Rubik’s cube! What started off with a few innocent puzzle solvers quickly turned into a fad in our classroom and soon everybody became involved in learning how to...

Built for a Purpose: Built for Reconciliation

by Mrs. Jamie Erbacher, Teacher Librarian This past Monday, we had the privilege of having Clayton Gauthier, local Indigenous author and artist, come and visit our library. Our library classes in Grades K-7 had the chance to spend time with him. Clayton shared his...

Built with a Purpose: Built to Help Others and Be Peacemakers

Students in Mrs. Glasgow’s and Mrs. Sontag’s Grade One class have been working on a Social Studies unit about the symbols of Canada. One of the many symbols they learned about was the R.C.M.P. and they recognized that members of the R.C.M.P. are servant workers who...

Built with a Purpose: Built to Love Others

Students in Mr. Price’s Grade Four class were able to put into practice God’s purposes for them to love others in the community when they visited Laurier Manor this past Tuesday afternoon. The residents of Laurier manor and the students have developed a fond...

Built with a Purpose: Built on The ROCK

In an effort to take our school theme to heart this year, the Grade 7 class has worked to develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be “Built with a Purpose” by closely examining and practicing Cedars’ ROCK acronym: Respect, Ownership, Community, Kindness....