Now that the spring weather and warmer temperatures have arrived, York Region has issued a reminder on how to protect ourselves against mosquitoes and ticks.
York Region has found black legged ticks in the following locations via active tick surveillance:
Looks like spring might have arrived at Seton! Lots of wonderful things happening this month. Please take a look at our newsletter SES May Newsletter 2019.pdf and our Twitter @SES_ycdsb
Don’t forget about all our Catholic Education Week activities including the Family Numeracy Night and the Titanic Presentation! Although these have been previously sent, they are attached below for your convenience. ... Continue reading "May is a Busy Month at Seton!!"
St. Elizabeth Seton CES Presents:
FAMILY MATH NIGHT
Thursday, May 9th, 2019
from 7 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Please join us in the gym to explore hands-on, interactive math-based activities from K-8
An Fun Evening for Families to Learn Together presented by Creative Club
This event has been paid for by the Catholic School ... Continue reading "Family Math Night at St. Elizabeth Seton"
Dear Parents/ Guardians,
St. Elizabeth Seton is thrilled to announce that the Plastic Bag Challenge is on! Since 2016, more than 502,000 students across Canada have taken action to reduce plastic waste in their school communities while collecting more than 52 metric tonnes of single use plastic bags for recycling. Now in its fourth year, the program will continue to focus on reduce ... Continue reading "Plastic Bag Grab Challenge!!"
Before you know it, your child will be leaving elementary school and heading off to high school. Are you curious about how things have changed since you attended secondary school? Interested to find out about the opportunities offered to students? Please join us at St. Elizabeth Seton on Wednesday, April 24 when our Pathways and Careers Teacher, Mrs. Thompson shares details about the exciting opportunities ... Continue reading "What to Expect from High School Presentation April 24th"
Student drop off and pick up expectations have been communicated numerous times via newsletter and email to parents. By-law officers will now be increasing their presence and issuing tickets to parents who are parked illegally on the streets. Parents have been asked to not use the parking lot as a kiss’n’ride. It has now become an increased safety concern for the ... Continue reading "Drop Off and Pick Up Routines"