On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, students are invited to wear their favourite hats all day at school. Those who participate are asked to donate a loonie or toonie for St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic charity that helps out needy families in the Newmarket area.
Later in the month, Friday, November 16, 2018, students are invited to wear cozy pajamas all day at ... Continue reading "Hat and P.J. Days for St. Vincent de Paul"
The quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness.
- I will treat others in a just, equitable and unbiased manner.
- I will play be the rules, take turns and share.
- I will be open-minded and listen to others.
Father, you have given all peoples one common origin.
It is ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Justice"
Cold weather is upon us, and it is important that students come to school dressed appropriately for the weather. Fresh air and exercise is critical for growing children, therefore we will be going out for all recesses, unless it is raining or the wind chill reaches our extreme weather policy. Please ensure that students come to school with their winter coat, hat, scarf, mitts, and ... Continue reading "Cold Weather Attire"
Hot Lunches are returning and we have new vendors! Don’t be disappointed! All hot lunch and milk orders are placed and paid for online, through the two separate services we use. Please note that it takes 5 business days for orders to be processed. Our weekly menu is as follows:
Monday The Lunch Lady – http://www.thelunchlady.ca
Tuesday Astoria (Greek) ... Continue reading "Hot Lunch Program"
Our York Catholic High Schools are looking forward to welcoming Grade 8 students to their upcoming High School Information Nights taking place this Fall.
The High School Information Night provides students and their parents with a chance to tour the high school facility, learn about the various programs and options available to them, and meet current staff and students who can ... Continue reading "High School Information Night For Parents / Guardians of Grade 8 students"