Our Luke 4:18 students continue to promote the Odd Sox Project Initiative. Students are asked to bring in clean, gently used socks. Students may donate socks in pairs or may donate the odd socks that are often left behind. Students are asked to drop off their sock donations to the to the library, in the “Odd Sox Box”. To date, we have collected 150 pairs ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18 Committee – The “Odd Sox Project” Initiative"
On Wednesday, January 23, a group of BT Grade 8 students will travel to The Wayne Gretzky Sports Centre, located in Brantford, Ontario to participate in the Skills-Ontario Elementary Cardboard Boat Races and Video Challenges. Our Team will compete against 28 other Teams, in the design and construction of a boat, for the Boat Race Competition. The Video Challenge requires Teams to digitally document the ... Continue reading "Skills Canada Competition 2019"
Blessed Trinity is cooking up a storm! During the next few weeks, 12 Grade 5 students will participate in the “You’re the Chef” after school Program. This Program begins this month, is held once a week, for four consecutive weeks, every Tuesday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The dates are: January 22, 29, and February 5, and 12. This program is designed to help ... Continue reading "You’re the Chef Program"
Scholastic Book Fair The Scholastic Book Fair was a success! Thank-you! All proceeds will be used to purchase English and French books for our school library, as well as, purchasing STEAM learning zones, for our BT Library Learning Commons.
Family Literacy Day Sunday, January 27, is Family Literacy Day. Family Literacy Day was first introduced ... Continue reading "Library Corner"
Wednesday, January 30, is Bell’s “Let’s Talk” Day. This annual event is designed to support Mental Health by raising awareness and understanding. At BT, the Health and Wellness Club, led by Ms. Malta, promotes the Bell’s “Let’s Talk Day.” As part of this imitative, the Mental Health and Wellness Club is asking that each student donate a Toonie, during the week of January 28, to ... Continue reading "Bell “Let’s Talk” Day"
Healthy eating and nutrition are connected with mental health and well-being and promote academic success. The York Catholic District School Board supports the Ministry of Education’s Food and Beverage Policy and promotes healthy school nutrition environments.
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