On Tuesday, November 20th, 2018, Elementary Progress Report Cards will be sent home with students. This is an excellent opportunity for parents and students to review progress to date and set goals for the remainder of the year. Please review, sign and return the bottom portion of p. 2 of the report and this will be placed in your child’s Ontario Student Record.
A big thank you goes out to the entire FFM community for the hard work and dedication during this year’s fundraising campaign! Thanks to the generous donations from the community FFM students can look forward to a host of new learning tools and opportunities that are vital to student success. Once again, thank you for your continued support.
Please find included in this post the farewell letter from trustee Ann Stong who has made the difficult decision to retire as a trustee for the York Catholic District School Board. We here at Fr. Frederick McGinn C.E.S. wish to thank her for all her dedicated years of service to the FFM community and wish her all the best in her retirement!
Once again this year, Lunch Lady menu items will be available at Fr. Frederick McGinn. For details, please view the Lunch Lady Brochure.
Please join us in our Active School Travel Initiative for the month of October. Details can be found here: Active School Travel
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