The french school was in the back.
-Went there as well, does anyone remember when the French students all went on strike ? Their classes were on one side of the hall English speaking on the other!
-I remember. The brought in protesters from Toronto.
-I was in the first kindergarten class when it opened. We were the first to go from kindergarten to grade 8.
-Best school ever ❤️❤️❤️
-Hi Bob Sargent. We were in the same class I think. Miss Kislyk. Kindergarten to Grade 8. I was Colleen Cummins. The bane of your dear mothers existence in Brownies.
-Hi Colleen. Yes I knew your married name was Gunn. I'll have to ask mom about that but with her dementia she may not remember. Miss Kislyk is right. I've got a picture of our kindergarten graduation somewhere but pretty sure you are in it.
-What a great school I was the first one to get the strap in kindergarten for jumping the fence to play marbles with the grade 1&2s
-Was it your mom who gave it to you? I remember her teaching us there.
-my mother never gave me the strap at school but certainly sent me to the office
-Does anyone remember Miss Royer the guys all should lol
-I certainly remember her sports car hips that had that wiggle
-Rita Loretta Royer. Bow legged, short skirts and chutzpah. She was one of the best teachers I ever had.
-I just remember one year April fools day getting a piece of material and when she bent down i ripped it and she thought her skirt had ripped she laughed ! She had such a great sense of humour!
Yes her skirts were very short very tight and I also loved her as a teacher
-Great toboganning hill back in the day!
-Better one before the school was built. Had to watch out for the water at the bottom sometimes.
-I taught there for years and loved it..I was the teacher libraian, and resource centre teacher, such lovely families who supported the school. McCauleys, Flynns, Stoyles , Fullers,and so many more to hard to name..A great place to teach and such great parental support.