Category: General

GET INVOLVED – CSC ELECTIONS/MEETING – SEPT. 26 @ 7:00 P.M.

School councils play a vital role in the education system in Ontario. They provide a forum through which parents and other members of the school community can contribute to improving student achievement and school performance.

The goals focus on student learning which are in the best interest of all students, setting school priorities for improving student achievement, and promoting meaningful parental and community ... Continue reading "GET INVOLVED – CSC ELECTIONS/MEETING – SEPT. 26 @ 7:00 P.M."

Civvies Day Schedule – October 6 is Civvies Day

                                          ME TO WE

This year, our school will be continuing its involvement with Free The Children, as a Me to We Council.  We will continue our fund­raising efforts to support the​ School Building Project​ in Ecuador, our host country of Latin America ($5000), as well as our donations to various local​ charities, such as ShareLife, Sick Kids Foundation and Angel Hair for Kids.   ... Continue reading "Civvies Day Schedule – October 6 is Civvies Day"

Students Have Life Threatening Allergies – Anaphylaxis

 

The York Catholic District School Board continues to help protect anaphylactic students, students with life threatening allergies. As outlined in the policy, parents are asked to inform the school of such allergies and are required to fill in S15 and S15a forms which are available in the office. Each form must have a passport size picture attached so that the student is ... Continue reading "Students Have Life Threatening Allergies – Anaphylaxis"

Pediculosis

 

The York Catholic District School Board recognizes concerns related to pediculosis (head lice) at the school and community level.  Pediculosis (head lice) are not a public hazard, as they do not cause illness, but they are a nuisance.  To prevent pediculosis (head lice) from becoming a problem at our school we all need to work together.  Please check your child’s head on ... Continue reading "Pediculosis"