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Thursday, May 23, 2024

by Unknown | May 23, 2024

Day of Significance

Vesak Day (Buddha Day)-A Buddhist holiday that commemorates the Birth, Enlightenment, and Final Nirvana of the Buddhab. This is the most important day for Theravada Buddhists.(Buddhism)

Declaration of the Ba’b-The Baha’i faith began in Persia (now Iran) on this day in 1844, by the prophet Bab who announced his mission as the founder. The event is celebrated about two hours after sunset. (Baha’i) 


Grade 12 students if you are planning to invite a guest to the prom who DOES NOT attend E.L. Crossley, please check D2L and complete a prom guest form and drop it off at the office once completed. If you are planning to invite a guest who DOES attend E.L. Crossley, stop by the office and we will make the ticket available for you to purchase on school cash online.

Today in room 203 we are serving butter chicken with basmati rice as well as our usual treats and sweets. We are 86’d freezies but we have some new cold treats to hold through the day!


Crossley for Christ has been moved to tomorrow. Come check it out. You belong. All are welcome. Hope to see you tomorrow at lunch.

Do you identify as a member of the Asian American Pacific Islanders community? If so, listen up! Interact is hosting a culture and cuisine showcase at the end of May! If you are interested in showing off your culture, please sign up to bring a prepackaged snack or candy that is from your country! Please see Mr. Yando or Mr. Dickinson for more information. 


Attention Jazz Band! Jazz Band will be hip and happening after school today! Rehearsal will start at 2:15 in the music room. See you there!


Congratulations to the Junior and Senior boys soccer teams on their zone semi-final wins against Stamford and Westlane yesterday. Wish them luck as they prepare for their zone final games next week. 

Congratulations to the Girls Slo-Pitch team as they competed at the DSBN Large Schools Tournament. Our young inexperienced team played well together facing Eden in our first game finishing with an exciting tie, we played AN Myer in the second game facing a very experienced team. Our last game of the pool play was against Governor Simcoe where time was not on our side. We broke out to a 14 run lead in the 3rd inning but could not finish the game within the timelines. This meant that we finished the game in a tie. Overall the girls showed great improvement and team spirit. Thanks for a great tournament!