We are trying to keep our schoolyard safe by reminding students regularly to play safely and obey these basic rules:
♦ No physical contact – keep hands and feet to yourself
♦ No contact sports
♦ Use soft balls such as tennis balls, Nerf balls on hardtop
♦ Keep the snow on the ground – no throwing/kicking ... Continue reading "schoolyard safety rules"
Our York Catholic High Schools are looking forward to welcoming Grade 8 students to their upcoming High School Information Nights taking place this Fall.
The High School Information Night provides students and their parents with a chance to tour the high school facility, learn about the various programs and options available to them, and meet current staff and students who can ... Continue reading "High School Information Night For Parents / Guardians of Grade 8 students"
Trustee Cathy Ferlisi facilitated a Parent Workshop on November 22, 2016 at St. Joseph the Worker CES featuring Dr. Patricia Bucci.
Dr. Bucci has graciously offered to share her presentation to all parents. Are we stressing our our children – Dr. Bucci’s Presentation (pdf).
St. Elizabeth CHS presents an evening to honour and thank our veterans through music, poetry and song.
Trustee Ferlisi organizes a Parent Workshop at St. Joseph the Worker CES on Tuesday, November 22nd. Please see attached flyer.
Get the flu shot as early as possible
The first and best step to preventing the flu (or influenza), is to get the flu shot every year. The flu spreads quickly and easily from an infected person to others and anyone can get it. Getting the flu shot can protect you, your family and those around you.
You may have heard the terms Active Travel, Active School Travel, Active Transportation or Sustainable Transportation before. What do these terms mean?
Active School Travel is the use of any form of human-powered travel, such as walking or wheeling (including cycling, rollerblading, skateboarding, or using a wheelchair) to get to and from school or to the ... Continue reading "Active School Travel. Move more, move better."
Health & Physical Education: Start the new school year with healthy habits