We are one of the 2017/2018 Community Champion winners! Halton Families for Families strongly recognizes the importance of collaborative working relationships between the school community and families. As we believe, “We’re in this together!” The Community Champion award goes to a school, individual or group that has shown:

  • An outstanding commitment to engage, support and work with families to ensure the success of children/youth
  • Is of tremendous benefit in the life of the children/youth and the families by inspiring, motivating, encouraging and positively impacting the mental health for the children/youth
  • Utilized innovative tools, strategies or programs as a result of the collaborative work with the students and families.

Craig Kielburger Secondary School – Milton (Group Nomination – Rajani Rao Peters, Marsha Simms-Luke, David Spragge, Angelika Henning, Ms. AJ Abdul, Melissa Wagner, Daniel Innes, Mr. Woodley, Ms. Holms, Cheryl Clarke, Sheena McGuigan, Kevin Houldcroft, Simon Vanellis) Awesome!!

Youth in Action is excited to announce that our WE Walk for Water event was the most successful fundraising event that YIA has ever had at CKSS. Together, with our incredible CKSS community (that’s YOU) WE raised $7173.50 to bring clean water and sanitation to our WE Village of Namelok, Tanzania. It takes a village to make an event like this happen, and we would like to take a few minutes to show some gratitude for the support that this awesome CKSS community showed for our WE Walk for Water event, our students and for our WE Village in Tanzania.

The Leadership course prepares students to offer assistance and leadership to others in their schools and communities. The CK students were tasked with a WOW project. “Cupcakes for Cancer” was run by Mishaal Farooq, Avneet Johal, Taruny Ramamoorthy, Tanisha Batra and Maha Khilji. The class also ran a candy scavenger hunt and a dodgeball tournament. Funds collected were donated to their chosen charities and a delicious time was had by all.

On May 15, CK participated in the annual HDSB Secondary Public Speaking Competition, held at White Oaks S.S. Each school in Halton was invited to send students that are eager to demonstrate their talents for public speaking. Speeches were divided into Junior and Senior categories and students were given creative freedom on topics and delivery strategies. Speeches were judged on: content – organization, effectiveness, originality, logic, and evidence; delivery – voice, body language, eye contact, enthusiasm, confidence, and overall impression. You guessed it – CKSS’ own Grade 12 student, Yaser Tasqie won!! CK couldn’t be happier for this awesome young man!

On May 10, 15 Business CKSS students traveled to the University of Guelph to participate in the first ever University of Guelph Business Pantheon. Students were put into teams of 4 and competed in five different events. The events included analyzing cases, team building activities, pitching a new product and other challenges that tested their business knowledge.

The CKSS Junior team consisting of four Grade 10 Students, Misty Guinn, Shaurya Manocha, Omer Hashmi and Joseph Sadgove came home with two second places finishes and one third place finish.

Our varsity cricket team was runner up at the Halton Schools Cricket Championship!! Congratulations players and coaches! A big thank you to Mr. Miranda for taking the team so far.


JUNE 21 – CPP Grad & LEAP Grad

JUNE 21-27 – Exams

JUNE 27 – Prom

JUNE 28 – Commencement

JUNE 29 – PD Day

We would also like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe, joyful and restful summer!