Well, the sun has finally broken through the clouds (sort of) and there was a sense of normal around campus on Friday. Josh T. entertained us with his bumpin’ bass beats during lunch while many of the boys enjoyed the rays playing spike ball. One could be forgiven for thinking that maybe we were turning a corner…
Here is a bit more of the music from “Josh and the Jets”. Groovy!
Meanwhile, Digital Art students, Darrell and Cyrus, designed vector images based off photos from Fort Rodd Hill. They laser-cut these into matboard to create art that was installed in the windows of the historic buildings at the National Historic site on Friday.
The glimpses of sun were most certainly not the main weather pattern this week as this rugby practice from Tuesday demonstrates. Playing in the hail was a first for many on the field!
This practice also marked the symbolic end of term 2 sports with a new set ready to begin on Monday. The transition to 3rd term sports is always an exciting time as it heralds to longer days, warmer weather and Spring Break! Here are the rugby players after their final session.
Perhaps smarter than those freezing on the field, Jonathan was sweating away in Brown Hall in a heated competition with Mr. Doland in his ping pong intramural.
And the badminton intramural wrapped up on Sunday. Once more, Josh T front and center in a heated match against Timmis foe Emma K.
Spring Break is on the horizon and many boys are looking forward to a change of scenery. Term 4 courses end in two weeks and everyone is busy studying, preparing projects and writing essays. We are very proud of their effort and look forward to seeing all of their hard work pay off.