Month: November 2018

Christmas Collection Assists Those in Need!

This Christmas season, St. John XXlll School is excited to announce a partnership with St. Justin Martyr Church and The Society of Sharing, a non-profit organization sponsored by the archdiocese. The goal is to help bring a little Christmas cheer to isolated seniors and adults living with physical disabilities in the downtown Toronto area. The programme volunteers support their clients through weekly visits, shopping assistance ... Continue reading "Christmas Collection Assists Those in Need!"

Anti bullying Presentation kicks off Bullying Prevention

Today, Magician Coby wowed the students, staff and parents with his amazing magic.  More importantly he engaged us all with his message of THINK BEFORE.  A simple message that asks us to stop and think before doing something.  He also taught us that bullying isn’t about one event but rather repeated events.  Magician Coby shared his own story of being bullied and the steps that ... Continue reading "Anti bullying Presentation kicks off Bullying Prevention"

St. John XXIII CES Remembers!

St. John XXIII CES  was honoured to host a Remembrance Day service for its school community on Monday, November 12th.  The morning began with a motivational presentation for our grades 4-8 students by a  Canadian Veteran, Sergeant (retired) Terry Spence.

At 10:45 am, the entire school community gathered in the gym for  a Remembrance Day Service.  It commenced with the laying of wreaths, ... Continue reading "St. John XXIII CES Remembers!"

Symbols of Peace

Symbols of peace are all around us reminding us of the importance of spreading this message daily.  Today students displayed their class wreaths in honour of the soldiers who fought for peace and freedom.  We thank them and we pledge to continue their message so they will not have died in vain.  St. John XXIII staff, students and parents remember and will continue to spread ... Continue reading "Symbols of Peace"