On Pink T-Shirt Day, students are encouraged to wear something pink to symbolize that we as a society will not tolerate bullying anywhere. Take the message and remember it all year long. It is so important that victims of bullying know they are not alone and there is help and support available. Wearing a pink shirt on this day sends a strong message to them ... Continue reading "Pink Shirt Day – Feb 27th"
St Anthony Feast Day
The St Anthony community enjoyed a wonderful feast day celebration on June 13.
Thank-you to Fr. Mark, our school choir and all the teachers and students who put together a beautiful mass.
Our community soup and fresh baked bread was delicious. It was enjoyed by over 300 of our students, staff, parents and family members. ... Continue reading "St. Anthony Feast Day & Soup Day"
“The wheels on the bus go round and round…” Walking to the school bus stop and riding the bus to school are considered important forms of active school travel. Students who live outside of the Non-Transportation Zone for their home school qualify for school bus service.
Walking to the bus stop and riding the bus provides a number of ... Continue reading "YCDSB Active School Travel ~ Bus Safety Tips"
Dear Parents & Guardians of Bus Students.,
Effective Friday, February 22, 2019 route 9062-7 will no longer be servicing St. Anthony CES.
- Students previously on 9062-7 will change to 9140-6 (same time/same stops)
- Students previously on 9140-6 will change to 3112-6 (same time/same stops)
- Students previously on 3112-6 will have new ... Continue reading "Important: Bus Route Changes for St. Anthony CES"
Congratulations to both the Junior Boys’ and Junior Girls’ Volleyball teams. Last week, they both participated in their respective Area tournaments. Both teams did extremely well demonstrating their skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship. We are very proud of them.
The Boys’ Tournament was held at St. John Paul II CES on February 7th and they won 6 of their 8 games – awesome! ... Continue reading "Jr. Boys’ & Girls’ Volleyball Tournaments"
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.