By order of the Minister of Education, all publicly funded schools in Ontario are closed to students to interrupt the spread of COVID-19. Transportation services, continuing education, permit activities, before and after care programs and daycare are also closed.

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Our New Welcome to Kindergarten Website and Procedures

Due to the closure of schools, our Welcome to Kindergarten and First Impression sessions have been postponed. We have prepared a new Welcome to Kindergarten Google Site.  The site contains information on our school, the Kindergarten program and a virtual tour of the Kindergarten areas.

Parents of our registered Junior Kindergarten students will be contacted and provided with the date and time of ... Continue reading "Our New Welcome to Kindergarten Website and Procedures"

Food Bank Drive

Dear Parents/Guardians,

It is during moments of crisis and despair that as a community of faith, we come together to show kindness, care and solidarity. During this period of school and work closures, more families than ever before are in need of the Food Bank’s services.

There have always been families in need of support in the York Region and unfortunately due to ... Continue reading "Food Bank Drive"

Catholic Education Week 2020

Thanks to all the families who shared their photos for this week’s challenge. The theme for Catholic Education Week was “Igniting Hope”. We were so happy to see all the messages of hope that are being spread throughout our community. We had such an overwhelming response. Here are some of the pictures that were shared with us. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @SES_ycdsb ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week 2020"

Rock Your Socks for World Down Syndrome Day

March 21st was World Down Syndrome Day. Although we couldn’t be together we still wanted to participate as a school. To show our support we asked our students to wear colourful, fun socks to raise awareness and put some fun into the celebrations!

St. Elizabeth Seton’s DPA Challenge

Thanks to all the families who have shared their photos for this week’s DPA challenge. We asked who was staying active and we were pleased with the results. Staying active is so important for a healthy lifestyle. Stay tuned for next week’s challenge for Catholic Education Week. The theme is “Igniting Hope”. More details will come. Be sure to follow us on twitter @SES_ycdsb ... Continue reading "St. Elizabeth Seton’s DPA Challenge"

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