YCDSB believes that every student deserves an equal opportunity to be successful and is committed to working with all community stakeholders to ensure services are provided in an equitable and inclusive manner. We have committed to a series of community consultations over the next two years with staff, parents and community groups.
Work has begun to engage staff, students ... Continue reading "African-Canadian Community Engagement Event"
Parents & Guardians,
Please see the attached document for some recent school news and upcoming events.
The Boys’ and Girls’ Intermediate Volleyball teams put in a great deal of time and effort as they worked towards building their skills and team development. Throughout various exhibition games during the season, both teams demonstrated perseverance and determination, with all players experiencing growth and developing a greater understanding of the game. At the Area tournaments, the teams played in hard-fought games and never gave ... Continue reading "St. Nicholas Intermediate Volleyball Teams"
On Tuesday November 12th St. Nicholas welcomed a very special guest into our Grade 3 classrooms, Mr. Todd Jamieson. Todd Jamieson is a very talented First Nations artist who came in to engage our student on the First Nations way of life. He brought such a wonderful hands on experience with opportunities to engage with First Nation artifacts (tools, clothing, hides) and crafts. Students created ... Continue reading "Engaging Student Learning"
Yesterday, Monday, November 11th, our Grade 7s, lead by Ms. O’Brien, prepared a beautiful Remembrance Day Liturgy. As a whole school, we paused our day to remind ourselves of how fortunate we are to live in this great country of Canada. We prayed, sang and reflected on what it means to be peacemakers in our world and in our school. In addition, throughout the last ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day Liturgy"
Discover the physical, mental, and academic benefits when you choose to walk to school. Visit Ontario Active School Travel for more information on the benefits of active school travel and iWalk Month.
A new school year brings changes in routines, bringing with it moments that can be both exciting or stressful. Remember to include physical activity during the day for positive effects on physical, mental and emotional health.
For more information visit ParticipACTION.