Today we enjoyed a beautiful Easter Mass led by Father John. The primary students and staff organized the mass. The decorations were spectacular; the choir angelic; the message moving! Thank you to all who worked hard on making this such a wonderful experience.
Congratulations to the intermediate students who were involved under the direction of Mr. Yu in an amazing performance of the Passion Play. The angelic voices sang while students enacted the different stages of the cross. While doing so, others shared prayers and reflections which encouraged us to be there for those in need, preserve when things get tough, forgive like Jesus did, be a faithful ... Continue reading "Passion Play was at Hollywood Level of Production"
St. John XXIII CES has taken action to reduce waste in our school community by collecting plastic bags for recycling! We have started this initiative at the beginning of the month as April is Earth month. We will keep you posted as to how many we have collected. Please help support us in protecting our Earth!
Tomorrow staff and students are asked to wear blue in support of World Autism Awareness Day. Autism is a “complex disorder of brain development that is characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication”.
One in sixty-eight people live with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Around the world, millions of people will join together to support and encourage inclusion in schools. Our community embraces differences ... Continue reading "Autism Day"
All parents/guardians/caregivers of students in grade 7 and grade 9 are invited to share their perceptions about their children’s experiences with French as a Second Language (FSL).
The feedback provided by parents/guardians/caregivers will be used, along with information gathered from students and teachers, to strengthen FSL programming and improve student learning, engagement and achievement.
The FSL Parent Survey will ... Continue reading "FSL Survey for Parents of Students in Grade 7 and Grade 9"
Active School Travel March Newsletter
Walking to the school bus stop and riding the bus to school are considered important forms of active school travel.