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York Catholic to accept registrations for elementary students and assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada during the summer

Although school offices will be closed, services will be offered at the Board’s head office.

The York Catholic District School Board, which is one of the top-performing school boards in the province, welcomes new students for the 2019-2020 school year!  Registrations for students entering elementary school, as well as assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada, will take place ... Continue reading "York Catholic to accept registrations for elementary students and assessments for secondary students who are new to Canada during the summer"

May Newsletter

Here is the St. Clare Catholic Elementary School May Newsletter.  In this month’s edition some of the information you will find include Mother’s Day Message, School Level Oral Communications, EQAO, Bingo Night, Yearbook and May Calendar.

Please take a few minutes to read it.

May 2019 Newsletter

Oral Communications

On Thursday, April 11th, our Junior and Intermediate students competed at the school level to determine who would represent St. Clare Catholic School at the Area 3 Oral Communication finals.  The Juniors were in the morning while the Intermediates competed in the afternoon. Both panels had 10 speakers in each division and all our students were amazing.

At the Junior level our winner ... Continue reading "Oral Communications"

April Newsletter

Here is the St. Clare Catholic Elementary School April Newsletter.  In this month’s edition some of the information you will find include Trustee Easter Message, YCDSB Multi-Year Strategic Plan, YCDSB Celebrates 50 Years, Stations Of The Cross, Oral Communications, EQAO, Yearbook, April Calendar.

Please take a few minutes to read it.

April 2019

World Down Syndrome Day

On March 21st St. Clare students celebrate World Down Syndrome Day by wearing 2  different colored/size socks. It was a lot of fun and the majority of students participated by wearing different socks over their pants. It highlighted the fact of what it’s like to have Down syndrome, and how those with Down syndrome have, and continue to play, a vital role in our communities. ... Continue reading "World Down Syndrome Day"

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