School News


Thank You Gardeners

posted May 14, 2017, 4:48 PM by Rob Brown

Thank you to Mrs. Hayman and her team of student and parent volunteers for sprucing up our front garden in time for our 25th Anniversary.

Cancer Fundraiser

posted May 1, 2017, 6:47 AM by Rob Brown





Congratulations to Gurleen Rattanpal, Lucy Cormier, Eden cox, Ella Riches, Marin Couldrey, Madelaine Mees and Nyah Davies for raising $612 for Cancer Research in Canada. As part of this fundraising three teachers agreed to dress up depending on how much money was raised. Thank you to Mr Baker, Ms. Beam and Mrs. Wilson for their enthusiasm and participation and congratulations to Mr. Baker who will dress up as an Old Man, date to be determined. We look forward to your costume.  





Nighthawk Photo Shoot

posted Apr 26, 2017, 3:19 PM by Rob Brown

The staff and students of C.H. Norton gather for an aerial photo in the shape of the school mascot, the Nighthawk. Thank you to Ms. Cox and Mrs. Morrison for their leadership on this ambitious undertaking. Thank you to Mrs. Sabljak for donating her photographic expertise.Thank you to the Burlington Fire Department for suppling the aerial ladder truck and to the Crabbe-Roche family for arranging for the firetruck and crew. We look forward to the finished product.

C.H. Norton Presents Beauty and The Beast

posted Apr 24, 2017, 6:46 AM by Rob Brown

C.H. Norton is proud to present Beauty and The Beast. Performances will take place Tuesday April 25, Wednesday April 26 and Thursday April 27 at 7 p.m.

C.H. Norton 25th Anniversary

posted Mar 28, 2017, 9:35 AM by Rob Brown


C. H. Norton Public School

 

Please join us

May 17th, 2017

5:30pm to 8:00pm

As we celebrate 25 years!

 

Former staff and alumni welcome!

 

Saidat Pink Day Presentation

posted Feb 27, 2017, 9:27 AM by Rob Brown



The CH Norton School Community celebrated Pink Day on Feb 22nd.  All students wore pink or white to Stand Up Against Bullying.

To celebrate the occasion we invited a  Guest Presenter Saidat to our school.   She delivered two presentations and a series of Hip Hop Dance Workshops

  • Grades FDK  to Grade 3   I Like Me Street

  • Grades 4 to 8  How to Survive School

  • Both presentations had an underlying theme of Care Share and Give



                                                                                Hip Hop Dance with the Juniors


C.H. Norton's Variety Show A Big Success

posted Feb 24, 2017, 10:01 AM by Rob Brown

On Friday, February 17th, C. H. Norton had a fantastic Variety Show involving students in grades 4-8. All students from JK to grade 8 were invited to enjoy the show. This special event was the result of a Grade 8 French project presented by Mikayla McBain. Every grade eight student chose a cause that they were passionate about like Autism, Cancer, Alzheimer's, Heart and Stroke, Diabetes, homelessness, etc., and they found a way that they could raise awareness and funds to help. Mikayla wanted to help individuals struggling with cancer and cancer research. She felt that a great way to do this would be to orchestrate a talent show and raise awareness. Mikayla and class 8-2 asked that a voluntary donation of a loonie or a toonie be donated for the Canadian Cancer Society. We not only showcased some interesting interests, talents and passions on stage but we also collected
$468.05.

C. H. Norton sure knows how to make a difference...and have fun!


C.H. Norton Gets Connected

posted Feb 7, 2017, 6:54 AM by Rob Brown   [ updated Feb 7, 2017, 7:05 AM ]

CH Norton - February 1, 2017


Last Week, students from several classes encouraged all CH Norton students to “Get Connected” to the world beyond their classrooms with an engaging assembly featuring songs, poems, and stories. Ms. Shutt’s Grade 2 and Mr. Penrose’s Grade 3 classes performed the song “Imagine the Impossible” while Mrs. Acheson’s Grade 2/3 class read an acrostic poem featuring an important message for each of the letters in G-E-T C-O-N-N-E-C-T-E-D. Finally, Mrs. Morris’ Grade 3/4 class created a dramatic performance of the story Butterfly Park. Combined, all students at CH Norton have been encouraged to “Get Connected” with the world beyond their classrooms whether it’s within the larger school, their community, or the wider world. Students were also encouraged to be positive role models within those different communities and to always consider how they and everyone are connected to nature and the environment. Great job Grade 2’s, 3’s, and 4’s and thank you to each teacher for organizing the assembly. So, come on CH - GET CONNECTED!!!


Kidssentials Update

posted Dec 22, 2016, 6:29 AM by Rob Brown   [ updated Feb 24, 2017, 10:34 AM ]


Kidssentials Healthy, Fresh Served Catered meals for your child

March to June dates are still available to order


It’s never too late. Parents can opt in any time. With 2 business days’ notice you can

Go to: http://www.kidssentials.com and place your order


Field Trip Cancellation Policy Update for Kidssentials Lunch Dates:
If you have ordered a Kidssentials lunch on a date your child will be away over lunch-time, please contact Kidssentials to cancel the meal as soon as you receive the field trip form. Ordered lunches will not be left at the school for late pick-up. Kindly provide as much notice as possible – 2 business days’ notice or more is appreciated. Last minute cancellations are accepted until 8am on the day of the cancellation.


Employment Opportunities: If you live in the Oakville/Mississauga area and would like a part-time job working while your child is in school, contact Kidssentials.

https://kidssentials.com/contact (preferred) or 905.855.1914



C.H. Norton Shows Compassion

posted Dec 8, 2016, 11:28 AM by Rob Brown

On Wednesday November 30th, Mrs. Beam’s Grade 1/2 and Mrs. Broe-Vayda’s Grade 5/6 classes highlighted the character trait “compassion” during our third character trait assembly of the year. At the assembly, 25 boxes of gently used winter clothing donated by our CH Norton community were presented to thankful representatives of the Compassion Society in Burlington. The assembly also featured a “compassionate” remix of Yellow Submarine by the Beatles as well as a reading of the poem “Arturi’s Story” by Mrs. Broe-Vayda’s class. CH Norton’s next act of compassion is holiday toy drive for
The Darling Home, a home-like environment caring for children with complex medical needs in Milton.

Thank you CH Norton for showing compassion and Making a Difference!


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