Beginning in January, all Grades 6 students will be participating in the VIP Program with Officer Passarelli from York Regional Police. Students will be discussing a range of important topics and issues such as hate crimes, cyber bullying, internet safety, vandalism, gangs and drugs. We look forward to these valuable presentations. Officer Toni will also be speaking to our grade 4 students about safe devices, ... Continue reading "V.I.P."
We continue to promote Healthy Eating by providing all students with a weekly snack (fruit, vegetable or dairy product). Students have been very receptive to our Healthy Snack initiative! Healthy bodies promote healthy minds! Between January 20 to January 24, 2020 all students will participate in a healthy lunch challenge, where they will be keeping track of their lunches. Parents can have kids involved in ... Continue reading "Healthy Schools’ Lunch Challenge"
As an enhancement to the Dance curriculum, all grades 4, 5 and 6 students will be participating in EIGHT sessions of ballroom dancing. The Grade 4 students will learn the Waltz, Swing and Merengue 2 and the grades 5 and 6 classes will learn the Tango, Foxtrot, Merengue 1. There will be a “Dancing with the Stars” Show on Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 10 ... Continue reading "Junior Ballroom Dancing"
Please take some time to review our January newsletter as it contains important information and dates for the month of January. To access the Newsletter please go to “Our School” and select “News” from the dropdown menu and click on the Newsletter tab.
Please see the attached for a list of spirit days during the week of Monday, December 16th to Friday, December 20th.
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.
Stewardship provides positive effects on Mental Health and Well-being. When we give of our time and talents to help others in need, we are doing God’s work. This act of generosity produces oxytocin in our brain causing feel-good endorphins.
Discover the physical, mental, and academic benefits when you choose to walk to school. Visit Ontario Active School Travel for more information on the benefits of active school travel and iWalk Month.