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Posted on Friday, July 20, 2018
It’s often said art should be seen and enjoyed not tucked away in a studio. Toronto’s Gallery City certainly believes so. The local organization is running a summer showcase of over 35 artists across Eglington Avenue in street-side galleries.  Gallery City partnered with local non-profit art organizations to find unique contributions for the exhibition. Art work by two of our talented Lower School teachers was recommended for the show. Melissa Lende and Alexandra Iorgu will have their pieces... Read More
Posted on Friday, June 1, 2018
Graduates of 2017         Let the Ceremonies Begin Spring is here and with it comes the promise of new beginnings. The 2018 Graduation Ceremonies at Bayview Glen provide a great opportunity for families to share in the accomplishments of our students. In addition, we will be saying goodbye to the Graduating Class of 2018, and honouring these students as they begin the next phase of their lives. Here is the schedule for our Preschool, Lower School, Prep School and Upper School Graduation and... Read More
Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2018
           This year, the Junior Leadership Club partnered with  Water First, a nonprofit organization that focusses on bringing clean water to communities within Ontario. Approximately two out of every five First Nations communities within the province have contaminated water. The students spent the spring learning about the importance of clean drinking water and lack of understanding around this issue. In an effort to raise more awareness, club members created and sold water droplet... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Bayview Glen's Lower School will undergo a transformation that will unify our two campuses for generations to come. Our facilities committee updated the community on the latest developments in the Campus Master Plan at our annual Town Hall.  The goal of the build is to support excellence in learning and create the look and feel of one campus. The exterior of the renovated Lower School will match the outside of the Prep and Upper School  campus with a new entrance that will open onto Moatfield... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, April 3, 2018
The annual Spelling Bee championships were a gargantuan success with BVG students securing medals thanks to their creative abilities with words such as doorjamb, pullet, coupe and resurgence. (Fast fact: Zarzuela is a Spanish seafood dish!) One of our students will be advancing to the Canadian Championship Finals in May. Here are the results: Primary: 1st Place    Grade 2     Tanya Verma                                                                                          3rd Place   ... Read More
Posted on Friday, February 23, 2018
"Medals are rewarding but being a great teammate is what it's all about." Vicky Sunohara knows a great deal about Olympic medals. The three time Olympian has two gold and one silver medal in women's hockey playing for Team Canada. Vicky visited our Lower School two days after our Canadian women captured the silver medal in Pyeongchang. "You may have seen a lot of tears but that's because you work hard for so long and your goal is the gold medal" said Vicky. "You want to win for your country... Read More
Posted on Friday, February 9, 2018
We were thrilled to be cheering for former Gryphons at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Results here:                National Cross Country team member Lenny Valjas ’06 is a champion skier and proud BVG alumnus.   Lenny made his Cross Country skiing Olympic debut in Sochi in 2014 and is a member of Team Canada at the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang.  Lenny won the World Cup bronze medal in Ulricehamn, Sweden when he was a member of the men’s 4×7.5km relay team in 2017. ... Read More
Posted on Thursday, January 25, 2018
Ask a 5 year old if she knows how to code and you might be surprised to hear the answer is YES!  Instead of telling you about javascript, she'll more likely talk about this amazing video game she played that involved moving colour coded animated robots around a screen. Bayview Glen's Lower School has imbedded coding skills into the curriculum from SK to Grade 5.  Jesse Denison, our Director of Teacher and Learning, spoke at the January Parent Association meeting about the importance of digital... Read More
Posted on Thursday, January 11, 2018
It's not every day the remarkable Barbara Reid presents to kindergartners and teenagers in the same visit. The award winning Toronto author and artist is best known for her Plasticine art and prolific writing.  In the Lower School, Barbara spoke with Junior and Senior kindergarten students about the inspiration for her stories and the joy of working with Plasticine.  Her favourite part of using Plasticine is blending the colours to create entirely different looks in her pieces.  She did share... Read More
Posted on Monday, January 8, 2018
As part of the Prep School day of empathy, notable public speaker and IT expert Paul Davis delivered an impactful presentation to students in grades 4 through 12 about the use of technology in our daily lives. Mr Davis has spent 27 years in Information Technology and the last six years dedicating himself to education   He has spoken to more than 400,000 students in North America, along with the OPP, Department of Defence, Alberta RCMP and Canada Border Service. Mr Davis addressed issues... Read More

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