Oct. 25, 3-5pm, we are hosting a YA book character or book pumpkin contest!

– you must register as an individual or a team (see form below)
– we will provide a small pumpkin for each individual or team who enters, plus carving tools and basic painting tools (and colours)
– you will bring in any extra supplies you require; if you’d like a bigger pumpkin, you can bring your own pumpkin
– your pumpkin must represent either a fictional YA book character from a book the library currently owns, or you can represent an entire YA fiction book that the library currently owns
– you have two hours to complete your pumpkin, after which you can take your pumpkin home to finish if needed
– you can also complete this challenge at home and bring your pumpkin in on Oct. 26 am
– pumpkins will be on display from Wednesday to Friday and voting will occur those three days. Winner to be announced Oct. 31

Register here before Oct. 23!


After three rounds of voting, we are down to the top four books! Who will win?Check out these titles, and vote for the one you think should be RCS’s Best Book!

Place your vote here by October 18. Winner gets their own copy of one of these four titles!





Check out the 12 books and their descriptions in the library learning commons, then cast your vote for round 1 before Friday, September 24th.  One lucky voter will receive a prize, which will be announced on our Instagram page.

Here’s your voting form:

Thanks for voting!


Project Lit Community Book Club

The Project Lit Community Book Club continues to meet monthly at lunch in the library to discuss Project Lit recommended titles. Here is the line up for 2021/2022!

The Future of Making is here!

Before spring break, the MakerSpace CORE Club had the chance to hear from a guest speaker from Lee Verage which uses Fusion360, Autodesk’s 3D modelling software that students are learning to use, in a workplace setting. He spoke about the need for designers to create products that are durable, recyclable, customizable, and repairable to keep up with population demands in a way that respects God’s earth and avoids the depletion of natural resources. He challenged RCS student makers to consider what role they might play in a more sustainably designed future!

Environmental Issues Research

Ms. Pershin’s Social Studies 9 students spent time researching a variety of environmental issues then showed their learning in a creative art form. Here are some of their amazing projects on topics ranging from over fishing, water pollution, desertification and more.