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Archive for November, 2016

Food / Toy Drive

‘Tis the season for giving. We continue to collect canned food items and new or gently used toys to help support our local organizations such as Sparky’s toy Drive, Baldwin … Read more


Rafiki Bracelets – Sale Ends Friday Dec. 2nd, 2016

A final reminder that our Rafiki Bracelet Sale ends this Friday! As part of our pledge to WE DAY and our promise to try to make this world a better … Read more


Chocolate Bar Fundraiser

Please note that our Chocolate Bar Fundraiser is coming to an end this Friday December 2nd.  If you have any outstanding monies for this chocolate fundraiser, please return it to … Read more


Movember – On Friday December 2nd

The Peruvian Stable is pleased to be hosting this month’s Stable Challenge and to raise money for some of our St. Anne School community members as well as the Canadian … Read more


“Movember” Gr. 5-8

“Movember” Grade 5-8 students will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for a chance to shave our very own University of Ottawa student teacher, Mr. Wheeler. Tickets can be purchased … Read more


We Day – Rafiki Bracelets for Sale

As part of our pledge to WE DAY and our promise to try to make this world a better place, St Anne will be selling Rafiki bracelets. Each of them … Read more


Cross Country Winners

Congratulations to all of St Anne’s cross-country participants who represented us at the Iona Academy cross-country meet. Here are the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in there respective categories. … Read more


WE Day – November 9th, 2016

WE believe in a better world… A select group of Grade 6 and 7 students attended festivities at WE Day in Ottawa!


Reminder – Elf’s Closet

Back by popular demand… St Anne will again this year be hosting the “Elf’s Closet” Christmas sale. This event is brought to you in collaboration with the Catholic School Council. … Read more


Mad Science @ St. Anne School

St Anne’s very own Einstein…Dry ice experiments just on time for Halloween. Thank you Mme Gadbois for sharing your love of science!


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