We will be holding a parent workshop this Wednesday night,May 27,at 7pm –8:30pm at CW. The topic will be “Helping Kids Cope With Anxiety”and will be presented by Layal Dleikan,a family therapist. The workshop will be held in the Lecture Theatre.
The CW Relay for Life team has done it again with a hugely successful 12 hour marathon at the Navan Fairgrounds. Our community raised another record —over $75,000! –to help fight cancer. This is a truly remarkable achievement,but even more than the money raised,as a school we are making a statement about who we are and what we believe and value in life. Thank you to all involved —students,staff,parents,and community volunteers. You are making a difference!
Cairine Wilson has won top school at the National Capital History Day. Wildcat students Janaki Parerkh (Sr Website – French), Geordan Coutts (Jr Documentary – French) and Elisa Gasparro (Jr Essay – French) each won medals in their categories,helping to put CW over the top for the overall win. But congratulations must go to all the students from Cairine Wilson who entered projects,each helping to win the National Capital History Day Trophy. This great team effort was led by teachers Elaine Bryans and Anne-Marie Robinson-Sisk. Congratulations! Link:http://nationalcapitalhistoryday.com/
Three CW students and two staff attended the Harmony Movement Equity Leadership Training on May 5th and 6th. Our team learned more about equity,diversity,and inclusion and,through student leadership,how these ideals can flourish even further in the character of our school. Thanks to Wildcats Sam Meloche,Keanna Stouros,and Jakob Lagasse,as well as CW staff Ms Wadley and Ms Simard.
Congratulations to the very talented Cairine Wilson students who have had their art accepted into this year’s City of Ottawa,Young at Art exhibit. The following students were chosen to have their art exhibited:
Maya Breton,Evan Hume,Sadaf Shahid,Cynthia Cushman,Matt Bell,Emily Lalonde,Jade Carriere,Chloe Stiles,Tristan Mignott,and Stephan Dalton.