Please find attached our SCA Newspaper Club’s St. Cecilia Sentinel. A student newspaper “By the Students. For the Students”. It’s great to see a love for literacy and great journalism lives within our St. Cecilia Community.
All parents/guardians/caregivers of students in grade 7 and grade 9 are invited to share their perceptions about their children’s experiences with French as a Second Language (FSL).
The feedback provided by parents/guardians/caregivers will be used, along with information gathered from students and teachers, to strengthen FSL programming and improve student learning, engagement and achievement.
The FSL Parent Survey will ... Continue reading "FSL Survey for Parents of Students in Grade 7 and Grade 9"
We would like to take a moment to congratulate all of our students who participated in the Chief of Police for the Day Essay Contest. We would like to congratulate Madison E. who represented our school at the York Region Police
Headquarters Office on March 4th and won the competition. We are very proud that she will be the Chief of Police for ... Continue reading "CHIEF OF POLICE FOR THE DAY"
Preparation for this year’s Oral Communication competition is well under way! Students are beginning to choose their speech topics and we are looking forward to yet another successful event this year at St. Cecilia School. Two students from each class will be selected to represent the Junior and Intermediate divisions. These students will present their speeches before their divisional peers on Thursday, April 25th. The ... Continue reading "ORAL COMMUNICATION COMPETITION"
On March 21st, St. Cecilia stAff and students united, along with students from around the world, to celebrate WDSD. It was a moment to celebrate unity, inclusivity, and kindness that emanates down the hallways of our school and within the greater reach of our St. Cecilia community, each and every day. We would like to acknowledge all of our students who ‘rocked ... Continue reading "3/21 WORLD DOWN SYNDROME DAY SUCCESS"
Family Bingo Night is returning to St. Cecilia on Friday, March 1st, 2019. This fantastic tradition of building community, while having a great deal of fun, will continue thanks to the dedication of our Catholic School Council. The first ball drops at 6:30 pm. We hope to see you there.