Our kindergarten students were challenged to create a robot using recycled objects at home in connection to the 3D shape math unit being completed at school. Students then brought their robots to school and presented them to their classmates – highlighting all the 3D shapes they used to create their robot. Our Robot Museum is currently displayed in our Kindergarten hallway and the kids are ... Continue reading "Kindergarten Robot Museum"
In most households, finding time to be active together can be a challenge. Work schedules, technological gadgets and other commitments often get in the way of important time that can be shared amongst family members. Active School Travel is a great way to incorporate this active family time and only requires small alterations to your routine. Please find the Active School Travel Newsletter attached for ... Continue reading "February 2020 – ACTIVE SCHOOL TRAVEL NEWSLETTER"
Our French teachers, Mme. Aloisi and Mme. Ferlisi (Carnaval Committee), have been busy organizing a week (Feb 18th-21st) of fun-filled activities for all of our students and staff . Please see the attached schedule, details and additional forms. We extend a sincere thank you to all French teachers for their dedication and enthusiasm in organizing and leading the Carnaval activities. We are all ... Continue reading "Carnaval at St. Nicholas!"
The Continuing Education Department is excited to provide for the first time a March Break Sirius Stars Camp. The coding program is for students from grades 3 to 8. The two coding camps will be offered at St. Padre Pio CEC in Woodbridge and at St. Julia Billiart CEC in Markham. This full day coding camp will provide opportunities for students to develop computational thinking ... Continue reading "YCDSB S.T.R.E.A.M March Break Camp"
Starting in the month of February, St. Nicholas will be having Terra Cotta Cookie Fridays. Pre-order your Vanilla Shape/Chocolate Chip cookies ($2) as a sweet treat starting Friday February 14th. All proceeds will go towards funding great initiatives at our school. See the attached flyer and ingredient information.
Active School Travel January Newsletter
Embrace nature and resolve to move more in your day. Outdoor exercise is good for your physical, emotional, and mental health.
Healthy eating and nutrition are connected with mental health and well-being and promote academic success. The York Catholic District School Board supports the Ministry of Education’s Food and Beverage Policy and promotes healthy school nutrition environments.