Parents, How well do you understand Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or Facebook? Do you understand how your children use them now or will use them in the next few years? How do you make social media safe… with less stress and less anxiety?
When: May 7th
Social media expert Chris Vollum will visit Holy Spirit to deliver a series of ... Continue reading "Social Media Parent Seminar"
Wishing all of our students and their families a safe and relaxing March Break. May it be an opportunity to recharge and make memories with friends and families.
This morning, students participated in a special Shrove Tuesday feast. The Holy Spirit Catholic School Council organized a pancake snack for students and staff. Hundreds of pancakes were made and served to students from JK to grade 8.
In keeping with Catholic tradition, Pancake Tuesday is celebrated each year at Holy Spirit. Shrove Tuesday is a day marking the end of ordinary time ... Continue reading "Shrove Tuesday Feast"
Last year’s Parent Council Christmas celebration was such a success, that Holy Spirit’s parent council is planning a second event this year. The Milk & Cookies Pajama Party is taking place in the school gym on December 13th from 6:30 – 8:30. The whole community is invited. Please plan to join us.
There will be a wide variety of activities to enjoy including ... Continue reading "Cookies & Milk PJ Party"
Thank you to the many families in our school community who helped to support the Luke 4:18 initiative supporting our local chapter of St. Vincent de Paul.
The grade 6-8 students who make up the Luke 4:18 committee were excited about the overwhelming response. Many families sent in gift cards and monetary donations in support of local families in need. All donations were ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18 thanks you!"
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.