As part of the Communication Technology course, Grade 9 students had to create a Public Service Announcement to raise awareness of a topic related to their life at Crestwood. During the next few weeks we will be publishing some of the PSA’s. This week we are glad to introduce “Lock your Lockers” written, directed filmed
On January 19th, the Jr. Boys Basketball team travelled to the northern region of Ontario for a game against Rousseau Lake College. The boys jumped out to a quick lead in the first quarter with superior ball movement and rebounding. The team was led by the unselfish play of Emre Desiru, who racked up eight
Guaranteed to be FUN and FRIEND-ly with FOOD at FABBRICA – the Parent Social is just 3 weeks away. Tickets go on sale this week. You can order them at Parent Info night this Thursday, Parent Interviews next week, online on edsby, by email to email@example.com or from any of your PA volunteers. Don’t wait tickets are limited.
On Tuesday the Crestwood Girls’ U12 Volleyball team hosted a mini-tournament at Glendon College. In their last game, the girls triumphantly celebrated a three game sweep against Pickering College. It was a team effort through and through. The coaches are extremely proud of their effort, determination and outstanding sportsmanship. (Enjoy the chocolate girls!)
Students in Grades 8 through 11 were visited by Ms. Bryant and Mr. Mitz in the Guidance Department this week to discuss course selection for the 2015-2016 school year. The workshops helped students understand graduation requirements, and provided students with tools to make educated course choices. Parents wishing to discuss their son or daughter’s course
The annual Used Uniform Sale will take place on Tuesday, January 27th from 8-10AM in Room #11 (the last classroom in main hallway of Jr. Building, across from the gym). We will be accepting any used uniform pieces you would like to donate up until the end of next week. Cash only!
The U12 Co-Ed hockey team downed Pickering College yesterday at York Mills Arena. The Cougars got off to a quick start and never looked back resulting in a 10-2 result. The team shared the puck and showed restraint and respect for their opponent throughout the contest. The hockey team will join the basketball team on
The Eco Team never ceases to impress. They continue to haul recycling out to the parking lot on Wednesdays and Fridays, and now they come to Madame Martin’s room every Monday and Tuesday at lunch for meetings. For these dedicated environmentalists, once a week was not enough to discuss important environmental issues and brainstorm on
Dears Parents, On Wednesday January 21 at 7:30, the CSPA is sponsoring Dr. Alex Russell to come and speak to all parents about “Helping Kids Thrive in Anxious Times”. I was able to hear Dr. Russell speak at Crestwood a few years ago and he was great. Both my husband and myself thought his presentation
Dear Grade Six Parents, Have you purchased your congratulatory message in the Crestwood Yearbook? We are freezing now but in a blink of an eye…June will be here and your child will be graduating Grade 6! Each graduate will be flipping to the back of the book looking for your personal message. Don’t miss out
A big congratulations goes out to the U14 Girls Volleyball team as they defeated TMS Schools last night at Crestwood. The girls played a hard battle, losing the first set but then came back to sweep the following two! Both coaches are extremely impressed with the girls improvement so far this season. Congratulations once more!
Physical Education classes this week have been learning Mixed Martial Arts and Self Defense training with Emilio Ramirez. Emilio is a martial artist with 15 years of experience in a variety of martial arts including Tae Kwon Do, Jit Kun Do, Boxing, Olympic wrestling and Capoeira. He has 9 years teaching experience and has developed
In November, Crestwood had 25 students write the Canadian Intermediate and Senior Math Contests. The top 3 students in the intermediate contest were Mindy Zhou, Elizabeth Keane, and Donna Dong. Donna was among the top 5% of all students in Ontario. The top 3 students in the senior contest were Cici Lin, Ricardo Wang, and Diana Yang. Diana was among
The Crestwood Cougars U12 Hockey Team played a terrific game to launch the Boyd Caldwell Annual Tournament at UCC. We eventually dropped a 11-6 decision to Lower Canada College of Montreal. Crestwood was led by Gr. 6 student Cole Eichler who scored three beautiful goals. Other goal scorers included Bradley Parker, Aidan Takes and Grade
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The U12 Hockey and Basketball teams will both be competing in the Boyd Caldwell Invitational Tournament today and tomorrow at Upper Canada College. Both teams have been practicing hard and getting ready for what will for sure be some challenging competition. The hockey team gets started at 9AM Friday morning versus Lower Canada College and will
With the cold weather upon us, we are very concerned about keeping your children warm and safe. All students should come to school with the appropriate cold weather clothing. This should include hats, mitts or gloves, snow pants, a winter coat and boots. Although students do stay inside on extreme cold weather days, they should
Reminder that FUN, FOOD AND FABBRICA NIGHT is on Wednesday, February 11th. Come join us for a warm casual night, make new friends and renew some old ones. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early. More information and ticket order forms can be found at crestwood.edsby.com in the PA section or email firstname.lastname@example.org A
On the afternoon of Thursday, January 8 Crestwood students visited the Baycrest Terraces and interviewed two of the residents, marking the beginning of a new partnership between Baycrest and Crestwood, where Crestwood students will be involved in documenting some of the history of the Jewish community in postwar Toronto. This is the first of what
Crestwood would like to extend a warm welcome to Karlee Kotzer, our new receptionist and Nana Awuah our new security guard. Karlee attended Brock University for Child and Youth Studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Education. She has a passion for the outdoors, and traveling. Nana is a part of the Centre for Security.
The Crestwood Scholarship Foundation is a registered charity which helps students enjoy the Crestwood experience and the rich variety of opportunities at the school, while enhancing their post-secondary prospects. At the same time, Crestwood is enriched by the presence of energetic and dynamic students who contribute to the Crestwood community. Since its inception, The Foundation
Wednesday, February 11th – for Fun, Food and Fabbrica night. Come join us for a warm casual night, make new friends and renew some old ones. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early. More information and ticket order forms can be found at crestwood.edsby.com in the PA section or email email@example.com
Dear Parents/Students Please click here to see school clubs for Term 2. Please take the time to consider the extra-curricular clubs offered for Term 2. We hope that you will read the descriptions carefully and decide to join one or more of the exciting program we have planned for you. The enclosed descriptions include dates and
On Friday January 16th 2015, all basketball players from Grades 4 through 8 are invited to attend our fourth Annual Crestwood Co-ed Basketball Event at Crestwood Preparatory College. Competitors will take part in a 3 on 3 competition starting at 3:30pm followed by an exciting multi-grade exhibition basketball game at approximately 4:15pm. Click here for
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Alex Russell will once again be returning to Crestwood School to speak to parents about THAT BIG BAD WORLD: HELPING KIDS THRIVE IN ANXIOUS TIMES. Anxiety disorders among children are on the rise: More medications are being prescribed, new disorders such as “school refusal” are appearing and, even
On Friday, January 16th, all basketball players from Grades 4 through 8 are invited to attend our fourth Annual Crestwood Co-ed Basketball Event at Crestwood Preparatory College. Competitors will take part in a 3 on 3 competition starting at 3:30pm followed by an exciting multi-grade exhibition basketball game at approximately 4:15pm. All students who were
Counselors will be visiting all grades 8 through 11 English classes, from Monday January 12th through Friday January 16th, regarding course selections for the 2014-2015 school year. Junior students will be briefed on the importance of obtaining their required 40 hours of community service and elective options. Backwards mapping will be introduced to the senior
On Monday December 15th, the Lunch Time Soccer League played in their 1st annual alumni game during the lunch hour. The teams were comprised of this year’s graduating class against members of last year’s class, as well as some students from the grade 10 class. The final score was 3-0 for the alumni. It was great
Mr. Pagano is reaching out to the community through the Headmasters Blog. Keep up with him on an ongoing basis by checking out his page here.
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