March into our…Crunchy Munchy Vegetable & Fruit Campaign.
March is National Nutrition Month and to celebrate our school is launching the Crunchy Munchy Vegetable and Fruit Campaign. During the month of March, our school will be promoting the importance of eating more vegetables and fruit every day.
Studies show that many Canadian children are not eating enough vegetables and fruit. Vegetables ... Continue reading "Crunchy Munchy Vegetable & Fruit Campaign"
The St. Thomas Aquinas winter carnival is coming soon! During our Carnaval d’hiver there will be many exciting activities, including themed spirit wear days! Students will earn spirit points for their class by dressing according to theme. The class with the most points at the end of the week will win a prize! Other activities include: special visits from Bonhomme, a colouring contest, guessing which ... Continue reading "STA CARNAVAL D’HIVER 2019"
Registration for the Grade 1 French Immersion Program remains open, however, there is currently a wait list. Please call the school for further information.
Kindergarten Registration is now open! Visit www.ycdsb.ca to register. Check out the flyer by clicking the Kindergarten Registration heading.
Skating excursions will begin in the New Year! Parents are welcome to meet us at the arena to join our skate, or be a spectator. We would greatly appreciate any extra hands for skate tying! Each skate will take place on a Friday from 1:30 – 2:30 at the Georgina Ice Palace. The first skate will be for the Junior students on Friday, January 11, ... Continue reading "Skating at Ice Palace – January-March"
Active School Travel January Newsletter
Resolve to move more in your day and your physical, emotional, and mental health will benefit. Your spirit is lifted, blood circulation improves, energy levels increase, your ability to focus on tasks and cope with challenges will improve, and your overall brain function will improve. ParticipACTION offers some fantastic suggestions to help keep those healthy New Year’s resolutions.
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.