Every year the ‘Welcome to Kindergarten’ event takes place in the spring and is an opportunity from our new Kindergarten Year 1(JK) families to be invited into our school and explore our kindergarten program. Unfortunately, due to our current situation, this year’s event has been canceled. As a result, we have created this custom website for all of our new families (and potential ... Continue reading "Welcome To Kindergarten 2020"
- be sincere, trustworthy, and truthful even when it is difficult
- stand by what is right and just
- be considerate of others when I speak, write and listen
Jesus, Prince of all Heavenly truths, Your Words are carved for eternity! You have commanded the virtue of honesty, It is the power against all deceptions. Direct Your ... Continue reading "Virtue of the Month: Honesty"
Last week we celebrated Catholic Education Week. Our students celebrated the week and daily themes in a variety of creative ways in their VLEs. Attached you will find some of the work that has been shared by our school staff. Enjoy! Let’s continue to ‘Ignite Hope’ in our school and community!
Grade 2: Earth Day and Rainbows of Hope
This week, May 4th to 8th, is Catholic Education Week. During this week we celebrate the gift of our faith, schools, students and communities. The theme for this years’ celebration is Igniting Hope. Throughout this week, York Catholic will honor public education, its Catholic faith and become messengers of hope by sharing their inspiring stories. To celebrate and kick off Catholic Education Week, the staff ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week"
The first week of May is Children’s Mental Health Week. It is a week where we draw attention to the mental health issues that children and youth face, raise awareness of these issues, decrease stigma and provide understanding of the help that is available.
This year, through Distance Learning, we continue to focus on the mental health of our students and families. Please ... Continue reading "Children’s Mental Health Week"
In positive news, please see attached for a letter explaining a great YCDSB initiative and how St. Nicholas has contributed.