Our Volunteer Orientation has been rescheduled for Monday, November 18th from 10:00 – 10:30 am, in the school library. This meeting is intended for all those currently volunteering their time and those interested in volunteering to assist with various school activities throughout the year. Volunteers required to attend are those looking to assist on a regular basis to help improve our ... Continue reading "Volunteer Orientation"
Students from Kindergarten to Grade 8 will receive a Progress Report on Tuesday, November 12th. The Progress report will focus on the student’s development of the six categories of learning skills and work habits (responsibility, organization, independent work, collaboration, initiative, and self-regulation), as well as general progress towards the achievement of the curriculum.
All parents have been invited to participate in Parent-Teacher interviews ... Continue reading "Progress Reports"
On Thursday, September 19th, from 6:30 – 7:30 pm, we will be hosting our Curriculum Night. On this evening you will have an opportunity to meet with your child(ren)’s teacher, visit the classroom and learn about the curriculum and expectations. The evening will be an open house format and we kindly ask that all children be directly supervised by their parents. As well, the CSC ... Continue reading "Curriculum Night"
Another summer has passed and we hope that everyone enjoyed their time with family and friends. We welcome everyone back to school, particularly our new families to the school, and look forward to a year filled with lots of learning and fun. Classes begin on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 at 9:05 am, with supervision beginning at 8:50 am. Upon arrival, students (Gr. 1- 8) will ... Continue reading "Welcome Back!"
On Tuesday, April 30th at 10:00 am, Fr. Ignacio will be at the school to celebrate our Easter mass with staff and students. We cordially we invite parents and guardians to join us in the celebration of Christ’s resurrection.
Stewardship provides positive effects on Mental Health and Well-being. When we give of our time and talents to help others in need, we are doing God’s work. This act of generosity produces oxytocin in our brain causing feel-good endorphins.
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.