Christmas time is here! Help support our school. Decorate your house or give these beautiful Poinsettia plants as a gift. Click the title to see the attached flyer for pricing and instructions.
As you know, the York Catholic District School Board re-paved the school’s sidewalks, parking lot and playground this past summer. The brand new asphalt on the playground and parking lot will provide better drainage and enhance the safety of students, staff, parents and visitors. Improvements in traffic flow were also necessary for the safety of the school community during pick-up and drop-off times. No additional ... Continue reading "Message to our School Neighbours"
Cold weather is upon us, and it is important that students come to school dressed appropriately for the weather. Fresh air and exercise is critical for growing children, therefore we will be going out for all recesses, unless it is raining or the wind chill reaches our extreme weather policy. Please ensure that students come to school with their winter coat, hat, scarf, mitts, and ... Continue reading "Cold Weather Attire"
The Healthy Hunger website is up and running for hot lunches beginning Wednesday September 26th. The cut off time to order for next week will be Friday September 21st at midnight.
You are able to place milk orders now for distribution in October. Milk orders must be made for the month it is not offered for purchase on a weekly basis.
Please be reminded that there are no dogs allowed on school property during the school day, including arrival and dismissal time. This includes dogs on a leash or in your arms. Thank you for your continued cooperation.
Get the flu shot as early as possible
The first and best step to preventing the flu (or influenza), is to get the flu shot every year. The flu spreads quickly and easily from an infected person to others and anyone can get it. Getting the flu shot can protect you, your family and those around you.
You may have heard the terms Active Travel, Active School Travel, Active Transportation or Sustainable Transportation before. What do these terms mean?
Active School Travel is the use of any form of human-powered travel, such as walking or wheeling (including cycling, rollerblading, skateboarding, or using a wheelchair) to get to and from school or to the ... Continue reading "Active School Travel. Move more, move better."
Health & Physical Education: Start the new school year with healthy habits