Mary Johnston PS Me2We team supports the Angel Tree

Congratulations to the Me2We Team at Mary Johnston Public School! They organized another successful Angel Tree campaign this year. Building on the success they had last year, the team was able to collect a grand total of 101 donated toys and gift cards! Members of the Me2We team personally delivered their gifts to the Angel Tree at Conestoga […]

Family Picnic brings Bridgeport PS families together

On a beautiful sunny day, Bridgeport Public School held their annual Family Picnic in support of Free the Children! This longstanding community event gave parents the opportunity to spend time with their children on school property, in an old-fashioned, blanket on the ground style picnic. To make the day more exciting, the Grade 6 Me […]

Williamsburg PS surpasses $10,000 Me to We goal

For the past two years, Williamsburg Public School has run numerous fundraising initiatives to raise money for Me to We, Free the Children‘s charity partner. With the ongoing support of the school’s Me to We club, their latest fundraising venture was a phenomenal success. The students organized a bake sale and raised $3,500! This helped […]

A.R. Kaufman PS generously supports local, global causes

A.R. Kaufman Public School is a school that flourishes because of its caring and hard-working students and staff. Throughout the school year, students have gone above and beyond in demonstrating the 4 Keys of Kaufman: respect, honesty, responsibility, and caring. During many different initiatives, they have shown dedication and determination by fundraising for both local and […]

Edna Staebler PS celebrates with goat kissing

According to the Chinese calendar, this is the Year of the Goat, and the students from Edna Staebler Public School earned the privilege of seeing their principal kiss a goat. How you might ask? Well, their Me to We student group spoke to the school about poverty levels around the world, raising awareness for the need […]

Student dedication brings Tanzanian choir to William G. Davis PS

The staff and students of William G. Davis Public School welcomed The En-Kata Choir from Tanzania, Africa. They performed their ‘Hope of the Maasai’ musical presentation, and shared songs and stories from the heart of their continent. The school’s Global Issues Group (GIG), which is also their Me to We club, has done a monumental amount of work […]