Yorkie Game Design:
In this STEAM project, Junior students were asked to design their own games from home. Check out their creative games in this video. Keep making and playing Yorkies
Junior students and staff were also asked to share their Yorkie pets. All the photos were compiled into this video that was shown during assembly. Such a lovely way to share a piece of home with the community!
Junior School Artwork:
Junior students had the opportunity to submit their artwork to be shown at the start of assembly. Enjoy this artwork from our very talented Yorkies!
Yorkies Staying Active:
Yorkies were also asked to share all the ways they are staying active. Keep it up Yorkies! Enjoy the compilation video.
Grade 3s Sing “The Lollipop Tree”:
Check out this delightful rendition of “The Lollipop Tree” sung by Grade 3 students for Ms. Ninan’s Music class.
Grade 1s Do the “Bunny Rabbit Boogie”:
Some of our Grade 1 students learned to perform the “Bunny Rabbit Boogie” online with Ms. Ninan. Watch them “hop, hop…hop, hop, hop” in this video! Way to go, Yorkies!
On March 7th, 2020, the YHS Addams Family Musical cast, crew, and band performed our closing show for an audience of close to 300 people in the YHS Tognetti theatre—an annual tradition that has been in place for many years. What we didn’t know at the time was just how lucky we were to have been able to continue this tradition this year, to showcase the five months of hard work and energy we had put into a large public audience, together in a theatre, while other schools and performance companies were forced to postpone, reschedule or cancel their productions in the face of the COVID-19. As we reflect upon this experience, we honestly can’t believe how lucky we were and how extremely grateful we are to have had the opportunity to present our production as planned without any disruptions.
What we did miss, however, was the opportunity to present certificates to all those involved in our first assembly back after Spring Break to honour their hard work and talent. As an alternative measure, we decided to post the certificates to the students so they could be congratulated on their success and celebrate their victory at home with their families. And as you can see, they have arrived! To the amazing YHS cast and crew of this year’s musical production, we are so proud of all of your efforts, your dedication and your passion for theatre, and we congratulate you all on a wonderful performance in The Addams Family Musical. Here’s hoping we have many more to come!