Im-PAW-sible Breakouts Make it Big!

Im-PAW-sible Breakouts Make it Big!

Thank to everyone who helped make our breakout rooms run so well!  The day ran very smoothly, and we received many compliments about the room […]

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Music to Our Ears!

Music to Our Ears!

Today both of our Destinations bands performed at the HPEDSB BandFest held at Centennial Secondary School.  Congratulations to all of the students who performed.  You […]

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Success in Chess

Success in Chess

Congratulations to the five members of our chess team who competed this past Thursday.  You did an amazing job!  Fearg, Jon, Myles, Nathan and Liam […]

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Learning in Picton

Learning in Picton

Our grade 7s had a great (although a little wet) trip on Thursday!  History came alive!

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Showing Support for Others

Showing Support for Others

Thank you to all of the students who wore pink today to show that they support the anti-bullying movement, and that they will stand up […]

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Science Fair Success!

Science Fair Success!

Congratulations to our students who participated in the Quinte Regional Science Fair this weekend.  You did an excellent job representing our school! A special congratulations […]

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It’s Time to Break Out!

It’s Time to Break Out!

Our grade 7 students have been working hard brainstorming, designing, testing and revising their breakout rooms, and they are now ready to open to the […]

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Our Boats Float!

Our Boats Float!

Congratulations to the Destinations teams who participated in the cardboard boat races on Wednesday at the Belleville Wellness Centre!  The teams needed to construct a […]

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The Great School Escape!

The Great School Escape!

On Friday our Destinations classes got to work together in order to “escape” the breakout rooms at Improbable Escapes in Kingston.  Let me tell you, […]

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November Reminders

This Friday we are travelling to Ottawa.  Please drop students off at MSS front doors at 6 a.m. Friday morning so that we will be ready to leave by 6:15.  Students should bring with them a nut-free packed lunch and if they wish they can also bring a small amount of spending money to buy souvenirs or a snack.  Students should wear suitable shoes for lots of walking.  We expect to return to MSS front doors by 6 p.m.

Also, this month we are collecting clean, rip-free plastic grocery bags on behalf of the Gleaners Food Bank.  Student can place their donated bags in the blue bin outside of Ms. S-P’s room.

 

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