Take Our Kids To Work Day
Last Thursday, March 14, was ‘Take Our Kids To Work’ day. This is an annual event at Maple Leaf which provides first-hand learning about work, and a range of career opportunities for Grade 10 students taking the Career Studies course. Students participate by job shadowing an adult at a particular place of work. ‘Take Our … Continue reading Take Our Kids To Work Day
This year, the students created King and Queen costumes based on the theme, Wildlife of Trinidad and Tobago.
Writing competition launches with Decibel Dream Big School Tour
The 13th annual edition of Maple Leaf’s writing contest kicked off on Thursday to the sound of the popular 2019 Carnival song “Famalay” whilst blue and yellow balloons cascaded from above. The contest launch featured the Decibel’s Dream Big School Tour organised by Question Mark Entertainment. Maple Leaf was treated to performances from up and … Continue reading Writing competition launches with Decibel Dream Big School Tour
Volleyball U14 Girls into the Semi Finals
The team played exceptionally well at group stage defeating Arima Central Secondary and top ranked team in North Zone, South East POS.
Volleyball teams qualify for National Championship
Congratulations to the Girls U14 team who defeated Woodbrook Secondary to qualify for the Secondary Schools Volleyball League National Championship. Additionally, Maple Leaf is extremely proud of the Boys U16 and U20 teams that will showcase their talent at the National Championship as well. Stay tuned for more info on dates, venues and times of … Continue reading Volleyball teams qualify for National Championship
Swim Team compete at National Swim Meet
Congratulations to our swim team that competed at the National Secondary Schools Swim Meet on Sunday. They did an awesome job of representing Maple Leaf. Special congrats to Mila who placed 1st in the 15 and Over, non competitive girls.
Amy wins award at Model UN Conference in Montreal
Our Model UN Club attended the Secondary Schools’ United Nations Symposium held on November 22 to 25, 2018. This is Canada’s largest high-school level Model United Nations conference hosting over 1300 students every November in downtown Montreal. Well done to the entire team that worked hard in preparing for this Symposium. Team member Amy Thomson, … Continue reading Amy wins award at Model UN Conference in Montreal
Maple Leaf on TV6 Morning Edition
Our Guidance Counsellor, Anik Pharand, was a guest on TV6 Morning Edition on October 24th. Here is the segment where Ms. Pharand discussed the University & College Fair that took place on October 26 at Maple Leaf International School.
Mrs. Fakoory speaks at Digital Citizenship Summit Canada
Congratulations to our Grade 7 teacher, Mrs. Fakoory, who was chosen to speak at the Digital Citizenship Summit Canada on October 27. The Summit aims to work towards solutions, promote best practices, and empower citizens to be the digital change. This Summit will focus on conversations around helping kids (and adults) recognize the power and … Continue reading Mrs. Fakoory speaks at Digital Citizenship Summit Canada
WE Leadership Conference 2018
Maple Leaf was represented by Ms. Gena Mohammed, two Grade 10 students who participated earlier this year in the WE trip to Ecuador and the 2018-2019 Student Council Presidents.