The students in the Luke 4:18 Social Justice Club have organized a Hat/Crazy Hair Day for this Thursday, March 28. Students who wish to participate may choose to wear their favourite hat, a silly hat or a funky hairstyle. Students are asked to bring a loonie or toonie donation for ShareLife. ShareLife is a Catholic Charity that supports many individuals and families in our own ... Continue reading "Crazy Hat/Crazy Hair Day Thursday March 28th!!"
Attached is a letter describing the outcome of the vote regarding the possibility of changing the student dress code for September 2019. The dress code will remain as the current dress code which is referred to by board policy as an ” Appropriate Dress Code”. We will not be implementing a “Standardized Dress Code”. Please read the ... Continue reading "Dress Code Vote Outcome"
Our Parent Council has organized a Family Skate Event on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at National Training Rinks (NTR) from 1:00-3:00pm. Please see the PDF for more information.Family Skate Event February 23 (1)
You are invited to attend a parent information night regarding the proposed changes to the student dress code. Back in the fall, there was sufficient parent interest to explore changing the dress code from appropriate dress to standardized dress (not a uniform, but a colour code). Our parent committee has prepared an information night for parents regarding the proposed standardized dress code. Actual ... Continue reading "Dress Code Information Night February 19th @7:00 pm"
Help your school and the planet by donating unwanted used clothing. St. Elizabeth Seton is asking for your old clothing donations. The challenge is two large bags per family. The more we collect, the more money we raise for our school!! We will be collecting any unwanted used clothing, footwear, hats, mittens, purses, backpacks, linens, towels, belts and scarves. Drop off your donation in the ... Continue reading "bag2school Fundraising – Be part of the Solution"
In recognition of Black History month the Newmarket African Caribbean Canadian Association (NACCA) is inviting Newmarket youth Grades 1 to 12 who self-identify as the people of African descent to submit artwork in any medium responding to the theme Still I Rise: Celebrating stories of strength, courage, and innovation.
The call for submissions closes on January ... Continue reading "Call for Submissions: Newmarket Library"