This week is recognized across Canada as Bullying Awareness week. At St. Anne, we will kick off the week with a school wide presentation developed by several grades. There will be a big welcome as students gather into the gym on Monday morning. The grade 7 and 8 students will form a human bridge to signify unity and that they are looking out for their ... Continue reading "Bullying Awareness Week @ St. Anne CES"
You are invited to share in our celebration of the liturgy this Friday at 1:15 p.m. Father Victor will preside and students will read and participate in the choir. Please join us!
Paul Davis will come to share his expertise with parents with respect to keeping our students safe as they navigate the world of social media. This presentation is for adults. Mr. Davis will offer separate presentations to the students in grades 4-8 during the day.
Please note that babysitting will be provided. Kindly contact Mrs. Smith if you will be needed this service. ... Continue reading "Paul Davis talks re: Social Media and keeping our students safe – Thursday@ 7 p.m. gym"
The St. Anne CES community will celebrate Orange Shirt Day on September 30 as we will be commemorating “Every Child Matters” to listen, raise awareness and honour Indigenous communities and promote reconciliation.
Wear an orange shirt or something orange with dress code pants and black shoes. Learn more about the significance at http://www.orangeshirtday.org/phyllis-story.html
Dear Parents and Guardians of our St. Anne Community,
St. Anne will be participating in the York South Society of Saint Vincent dePaul Winter Coat Drive. For over 10 years SSVP has been organizing this initiative to help families in York Region who struggle to make ends meet. For many families it is difficult to buy the clothing that is needed to stay ... Continue reading "Winter Coat Drive – Spread the warmth by supporting St. Vincent dePaul in their efforts!"
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.
A new school year brings changes in routines, bringing with it moments that can be both exciting or stressful. Remember to include physical activity during the day for positive effects on physical, mental and emotional health.
For more information visit ParticipACTION.