Once again this year, many parent volunteers graciously gave their morning to prepare a pancake snack for all our students and staff to commemorate Shrove Tuesday. A big thank you goes out to our Catholic School Council for funding the initiative, as well as the many volunteers that came together!
On Monday March 1st, St. Justin, Martyr staff and students participated in Capes 4 Kids in partnership with Holland Bloorview Hospital. Students were asked to donate a loonie and donations assist children with autism, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, amputation, epilepsy, concussion and other disabilities. This year we raised $367 for such a great cause!
St. Justin, Martyr CES is proud and we want to recognize our staff, students and parent community for making this such a great place to learn, study and grow as a Catholic school community!
All students are expected to go outside for all recesses and lunch breaks. Students need to dress appropriately for the weather. With the uncertainty of weather, it is advisable that our students have extra socks, mitts and pants when coming to school. Young students should also wear snow pants. Children enjoy playing in the snow and they do get wet. All students must have a ... Continue reading "Winter Reminders"
During the month of December, our students and their families are gathering “Caring and Sharing” baskets for needy families in our community. These baskets of toys, clothing and gift cards will go a long way to help many families have a more joy-filled Christmas. Thanks to all for your generosity and support for this important Christmastime initiative.
- Visit myblueprint.ca/ycdsb and select School Account Log In You can also find the link from the “Students” tab on your high school’s website.
- Follow log in instructions
- Enter username and password as instructed
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