Month: April 2019

Y4MA Intermediate Math Competition

Congratulations to the St. Julia Billiart Math Olympic Team consisting of Avery N, David M, Maria V, and Kaylynn J. They competed in the Y4MA intermediate competition at Middlefield Collegiate in Markham. The students demonstrated their understanding of the Ontario math curriculum by competing in individual, partner and team events. They demonstrated their ability to work together, solve problems and communicate their knowledge. ... Continue reading "Y4MA Intermediate Math Competition"

Congratulations to the Intermediate Girls Basketball Team

Congratulations go out to the Intermediate Girls Basketball team on their impressive season. Due to their dedication and hard work the girls managed to win at Divisionals, come second at Areas and go on to represent our area at the Board level championship tournament. The coaches were impressed with their effort and good sportsmanship throughout the season. Team members are Anthi S, Megan ... Continue reading "Congratulations to the Intermediate Girls Basketball Team"

Reducing Plastic Bag Waste in the St. Julia Community

The Eco Club will be facilitating the “Plastic Bag Grab” challenge from Monday, April 15th – Friday, April 26th. The challenge encourages schools to leave and take action on plastics waste by reducing their use, while collecting discarded plastic bags for recycling in their schools and beyond. Please visit www.PlasticBagGrab.com for further information.

Recipes in a Jar

Hello!

As you know, we are currently leading an innovative fundraising campaign with Recipes in a jar. The latter is going well and you can make a difference!

By buying a jar ready to cook, you help us succeed in financing our project and offer a meal to a local food bank.

To do this, nothing more ... Continue reading "Recipes in a Jar"

Pause to Play

April 8 – 12 St. Julia Billiart will be participating in York Region’s Public Health event “PAUSE TO PLAY”  Students are challenged to put their TV’s, gaming devices, tablets and computers on “pause” for one full week.  Instead they are encouraged to participate in active outdoor play.  Students can track their success with the student activity log and hand it in at the end of the