Christ the King Catholic Secondary SchoolPosted on by Mary Sala
To Christ the King Parents and Students,
Please note, student timetables for the 2016-2017 school year will be available after 4 p.m. on Friday, September 2nd. They can be found on the Student Information System (SIS) on our website www.ctk.ca. If you cannot access the Student Information System (SIS) through quick links on the right hand side of the website, go into SCHOOL, then PARENTS CORNER and you will be able to access SIS. Timetables will also be available Wednesday, September 7, in students homerooms.
The first day of school for all students is Wednesday, September 7th, for any other information please check our website at www.ctk.ca
Do you remember how excited your children were about maths* when they were young? How they were excited by patterns in nature? How they rearranged a set of objects and found, with delight, that they had the same number? Before children start school they often talk about maths with curiosity and wonder, but soon after they start school many children decide that maths is confusing and scary and they are not a “math person”. This is because maths in many schools is all about procedures, memorization and deciding which children can and which cannot. Maths has become a performance subject and students of all ages are more likely to tell you that maths is all about answering questions correctly than tell you about the beauty of the subject or the way it piques their interest.
A years worth of hard work to enhance awareness and limit the environmental impact of the school has amounted to one great reward – Silver! Congratulations to the E-Team for this achievement: Autumn Benford, Cindy Dziuba, Leah MacGowen, Maddie Shiell, Sydney Welsh, Kelsey Xerri.