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KBS Concert Band December 2017

Students at Innisfil’s Kempenfelt Bay School shop for seniors

Kempenfelt Bay School Grade 8 students Tate Dallimore (left), William Howard, Jenna Durante and Victoria Rizzardo shop for seniors as part of their Pay it Forward program. – Michele Newton/Submitted Grade 6, 7 and 8 students from Kempenfelt Bay School went on a selfless shopping spree this Dec. 15 as part of the school’s annual… Read More »

Your Monday smile: Students Christmas shop for lonely seniors

Grade 6 – 9 students at Kempenfelt Bay School went shopping to make Christmas wishes come true to some seniors who will be alone during the holidays. Sue Sgambati/BarrieToday Equipped with enthusiasm, a wish list and a $100 budget, students from Kempenfelt Bay School set out to make Christmas magic for some Simcoe County seniors.… Read More »

Innisfil school falls into Wonderland

After reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Kempenfelt Bay School students were greeted by a Wonderland-themed day Nov. 24. The day started by falling down the rabbit hole, followed by a Mad Hatter Tea Party, Alice’s Lake of Tears Trivia Fishing, Flamingo Queen of Hearts Croquet and Rabbit’s Timely Minute-to-Win-it.French teacher Liisa Taverner was the Red… Read More »

Word nerds ready for Barrie and Area Spelling Bee in Innisfil

Kempenfelt Bay School students Jasmine Khatami (left), Ashton Preston, Sasha Fedyushchenko and Ananya Kapur are excited about the games they play to help study for the annual spelling bee. – Janis Ramsay/Metroland The challenge is on for students to brush up on spelling before the Innisfil, Barrie and Area Regional Spelling Bee March 3. “I… Read More »

Innisfil’s first annual Terry Fox Run off to a great start

Some 250 runners and walkers turned out for the first annual Kempenfelt Bay School (KBS) community Terry Fox Run. Participants, some accompanied by their dogs, completed the event by running, cycling, “strollering” and walking for up to 10 kilometres. by: BarrieToday Read more on BarrieToday.

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