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Petit Valley, Trinidad, W.I.
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Recent News

Forest of Reading Challenge

The Maple Leaf Library presents its Forest of Reading Challenge 2015: Maple Leaf Reads! The Forest of Reading Challenge begins on the 2nd of February and will end on the 13th of April 2015. The Forest of Reading is an initiative of the Ontario Library Association of which the Maple Leaf Library is registered to run. As such the library is throwing out the challenge to Maple Leaf’s Houses to read books from the Forest of Reading collection, say whether it should be nominated for an award and win valuable points towards our houses for each nomination submitted. Special prizes would be awarded to the persons who have read the most amount of books in each age group. Books nominations submitted will be sent in the Ontario Library Association. This challenge is open to all staff and students.

Grade 12 Art Show

On Thursday, January 16th, ten of our grade 12 art students hosted an exhibition of their work. Their teacher and mentor, Ms. Inglis expressed her pride in their work and their future in programs such as architecture, design and costumes.

The theme of the show was “Takes Wing” which signified the fact that students will be leaving us soon and moving on to the next phases of their lives and educational careers. The theme was further defined by each of the students creating a personal interpretation of a bird of their choice.

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Leadership Class Fundraisers

The grade 12 Business Leadership class held a series of fundraising events throughout semester 1 to raise money for the Trinidad & Tobago Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (TTSPCA).  They had a bake sale, a Christmas movie night, and a cook-off/Family Fun Day.  Through the planning, organizing, and facilitating of these events, they developed and improved their leadership capabilities. In total, the class managed to raise $7,200, and helped bring together the school and community in the process.

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Secondary Textbook Distribution

Textbook Distribution for Secondary Students, Grade 9-12, will begin on Wednesday 21st January 2015. Following their exam, students are encouraged to not only return their textbooks to the library, but can also check out their textbooks for Semester 2. Students can ensure the safety of their new textbooks by getting them in their lockers ahead of the new semester or taking them home to start early reading of course material.

SCUBA Continues At Maple Leaf


The SCUBA club will once again be learning and taking exciting adventures in Tobago in Semester 2.

>> Get started & learn to dive with the PADI Open Water Course.
>> Do the PADI Advanced Open Water Course.
>> Or Simply have fun, hone your skills & dive in beautiful Tobago.

Registration: Feb 23
Tobago Trip Dates: Mar 13-15
For more information please see Mr Wiley.

PanMan Pat’s Visit

PanMan Pat McNeilly stopped at Maple Leaf for a visit last week. PanMan taught music at Maple Leaf over 10 years ago and has since been teaching Pan in Toronto. He is internationally recognized as a pioneer of Pan education and we were lucky enough to have him stop by and give our music classes some tips. He will be stopping by again this Friday the 16th to work with our Grade 6 and 7 classes.

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Click here to learn more about Pat McNeilly and his most recent award.

Christmas Dance


Our very first school dance was held on December 12, 2014. Check out the images in our photo gallery.