CATHOLIC EDUCATION WEEK IS EXTENDED AT ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA
YOUR ATTITUDE DETERMINES YOUR DIRECTION EVENT!
Our students will be engaged in an all day event, in a series of activities that will bring self awareness to their well being. They will be introduced to real life tools that they can utilize to self-regulate, reflect and recharge. We have an exciting ... Continue reading "MENTAL HEALTH SYMPOSIUM! Your Attitude Determines Your Direction!"
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"
Thank you Catholic School Council for having organized the fundraiser! We appreciate all your hard work and on going support!
As a community we will be moving into a Standardized Dress code as September 2019. This means that we will no longer be a full crested uniform school.
Please find attached a description from the school’s Dress Code Advisory Committee for the implementation on the colour scheme of the standardized dress, the Dress Code expectations and the compliance / non-compliance expectations to be ... Continue reading "NEW DRESS CODE GUIDELINES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 2019"
This year, our school will continue our fundraising efforts to support the various local charities, such as ShareLife, Sick Kids Foundation, Chartwell Pine Grove Long Term Residence and NEW this year we will have a special event for Angel Hair for Kids.
We are pleased to continue our twice monthly civvies days. Each student is kindly asked to contribute to our initiatives by ... Continue reading "NEXT CIVVIES DAY: APRIL 26, MAY 17, MAY 31"
Active School Travel March Newsletter
Walking to the school bus stop and riding the bus to school are considered important forms of active school travel.