By order of the Minister of Education, all publicly funded schools in Ontario are closed to students until May 4, 2020, to interrupt the spread of COVID-19. Transportation services, continuing education, permit activities, before and after care programs and daycare are also closed.
Please join us on Thursday, September 12th for our Curriculum Night/Open House. No time for dinner? We’ve got you covered with the Catholic School Council-sponsored BBQ dinner for families in our school communities.
See you at 5:30 p.m. for the dinner, and 6:30 in the gym for staff introductions before you go to the classrooms to meet your child’s teacher!!
We celebrate Catholic Education Week with an opening Liturgy this Monday, May 6th at 11:00 am. Our FDK students have practiced their readings focusing on this year’s theme Living as Joyful Disciples and will be sharing their beautiful voices in song.
We have showcased a variety of art and science displays in our school welcoming our parent community to join us.
As we approach the celebration of Easter, we look toward Holy Week as a time to remember the life and passion of Christ, the ultimate sacrifice He made for our salvation.
In reverence, let us recall the gift of love that God gave us and say thank you.
“Jesus, I give you my heart with my acts of love ... Continue reading "No Greater Love"
The staff and students from St. Kateri wore their wacky and mix-matched socks on March 21st, World Down Syndrome Day. We had fun with the event all the while raising awareness and understanding.
Join us tomorrow, Thursday March 21st, as we work toward raising awareness and recognizing World Down Syndrome Day by wearing wacky and mismatched socks. Our differences make us all beautiful.
“I will stick to the goals I have set for myself”
By making a small change today and building active living lifestyles, we can create lasting impacts that will benefit the environment, improve our health, school zone and communities!
Active School Travel February Newsletter
Make a commitment this February to journey outside and celebrate winter by walking to and from school or the bus stop.