Please take note of the FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE for Semester Two. Students are responsible to know the date and time of their Examinations. Hard copy schedules were distributed to all students last week for their reference.
As we head into the final weeks of the school year, students will be starting their preparations for Final Exams.
To support students as they begin to prepare for final evaluations & examinations, the YCDSB has developed the following Study Help Website in order to help students with study tips.
We highly recommend that students start early and consistently ... Continue reading "YCDSB Exam Study Site"
As our students prepare for the 2019-2020 school year, our uniform provider DGN Kilters would like to provide an opportunity for early purchases of uniform items.
As part of our school’s Mental Health Initiatives, FMM’s Catholic School Council will hold a Parent Workshop Evening facilitated by the team at Common Compass on the evening of Wednesday March 20th at 7PM in the FMM Library.
Common Compass has been conducting workshops with our senior-level students to help with strategies around mental health, anxiety, time ... Continue reading "Parent Workshop Evening ~ Wed MARCH 20th @ 7PM"
Our recently posted evening for the IB Course Selection was cancelled due to the Inclement Weather Day notification. The evening for students and parents has now been re-scheduled to Wednesday February 20th, 2019.
Students in Grades 10 Pre-IB along with their parents are recommended to attend at 6:15PM as we will be discussing the ... Continue reading "UPDATED ~ New Date for IB Course Selection Evening ~ Wed Feb 20th"
Active School Travel May Newsletter
Celebrate active modes of transportation like cycling and wheeling along with students and teachers across Ontario during Bike to School Week – May 27 to 31, 2019.
Positive mental health helps you to embrace each day with a renewed focus and the ability to deal with the challenges we face. Remember to actively take care of your mental health and to teach your child strategies to take care of their well-being.
“16 Strategies to Help you Thrive”, from the Canadian Mental Health Association.