Read the latest Bridge online here.
One of the things that was put aside during the sudden closure of schools last March was the delivery of the BC Alpine Championships Combined Banner. Last year at the BC Alpine Championships, the ski team left the mountain uncertain if they had finished first or second in the Combined Championship. The race for this title was so close that the organizers needed time to ascertain who had actually won. By the time it was determined that the Cavs were triumphant, the team was well on its way home.
Obviously, the good news made everyone on the team incredibly proud, but unfortunately the banner did not reach the school before the doors were shuttered on March 9th. In fact, the banner seemed to be in travel limbo throughout much of this fall. Happily, the banner arrived in early January and the team members that did not graduate last year finally got to hold it yesterday for a long-awaited photo.
Congratulations to the team and coaches for bringing home another Alpine banner.
Back Row (Left to right) – Stuart Cooper, Toby Li, Sam Fuller, Nicholas Daal
Front Row (Left to Right) – Cassidy Foley, Liz Mathisen, Saylor Sprenger, Jamie Border
Are you looking for something interesting to read and discuss this winter break? Unwind with the latest issue of Ad Verum - a newspaper written for the students, by the students.
Be inspired by winter-themed poetry...
Reminisce with Mr. Jacoby about Collingwood’s past service trips…
Engage in dialogue regarding “Collingwood’s Courageous Conversations”….
Read Ad Verum here: https://www.theadverum.com/
The Collingwood Community boasts so many artistic talents — both hidden and visible. The Collingwood Arts Magazine (Arts Mag for short) is written by Morven students to bring the spotlight to creative students, faculty, and alumni. Budding poets, dancers, musicians and creators alike — each artist brings their own lessons, creations and talents to be shared. The Winter 2020 Season was just published; we entreat upon you to check it out and honour the accomplishments of Collingwood’s artists! Our latest issue will make for a fascinating holiday read.
Reads the Arts Mag here: http://www.cwartsmag.com/