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Congratulations to the following students who were recipients of September’s Virtue of the Month for Courage. These students demonstrated courage by:
- standing up for what is right and just;
- facing challenges, fears and difficulties with fortitude; and
- taking responsibility for reaching their potential.
Parents and Guardians are required to report student absences, late arrivals or early leaves using one of these three methods:
- Safe Arrival phone number 1-855-856-7862,
- SchoolMessenger App or
- SchoolMessenger Website@ http://go.schoolmessenger.ca.
Parents and Guardians are required to sign up to the SchoolMessenger Safe Arrival website or App, if they wish ... Continue reading "Safe Arrival"
Occasionally, because of inclement weather or other emergency situations, buses may have to be cancelled. Information regarding bus cancellation and other emergency announcements can be obtained by listening to your local radio and television stations, by checking the Board website at www.ycdsb.ca or by visiting schoolbuscity.com. Listen attentively to ensure the radio announcement is for the York Catholic District ... Continue reading "SCHOOL BUS CANCELLATION"
Unfortunately accidents happen at school from time to time. If your child hits his or her head while at school, the office will notify you and we will also provide a standard “Concussion Protocol” package for you to review. It is strongly encouraged that you bring your child to the doctor and have the doctor fill out the package provided by the school and return ... Continue reading "CONCUSSION PROTOCOL"
We thank you for your continuing efforts to make St. Joseph the Worker a nut safe school. Your vigilance is greatly appreciated and expected as some of our students have life-threatening allergies to nut products. Please carefully read the labels of prepackaged items to ensure they do not contain nut products, oils or a warning that the item “May contain nuts.” Please see the attached ... Continue reading "NUT SAFE SCHOOL"
Time spent in nature and with friends is good for our Mental Health and well-being. Remember to physically distance, even when outside, with non-family members.
Take the time to get to know others, express gratitude and compassion for others, as you walk in their shoes. We all play a part in the health and well-being of each other.
The Bike to School Challenge, during the month of September, is a great way to include physical activity during the day. For more information visit Bike Month 2020.