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Jakub Grysiewicz-Loeppky in Grade 7 French Immersion has won this year’s Young Authors Awards/Prix Jeunes Écrivains for his opinion text, “Est-il bon de conduire des voitures électriques?” in the French Grades 7-8 Nonfiction category at the provincial level. His work will be published in a commemorative booklet featuring all the winning entries from students across the province. Congratulations, Jakub, on this fantastic achievement! ... Continue reading "Congratulations to our Young Authors Awards/Prix Jeunes Écrivains Winner!"
Carnaval was a great success! Everyone had a lot of fun participating in the activities below.
The following students/classes were winners in the events listed as follows:
Please find below information from St. Joseph the Worker Parish regarding First Holy Communion (for students in grade 2 and up) and Confirmation (for students in grade 7 and up).
- 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"
Students from FDK to Grade 8 participated in JungleSport the week of April 11. Students had the opportunity to discover, explore, and challenge themselves in a variety of ways including the low ropes obstacle course, using rocks walls and rope ladders, and climbing, swinging, leaping and flipping their way through the challenge by choice climbing activities. Below are some pictures of students demonstrating their skills ... Continue reading "JungleSport Fun!"
Please see the Easter Message below from our Trustee, Ms. Jennifer Wigston.
Please see below a letter of thanks from York Regional Police for all your contributions during their Holiday Heroes drive. Thank you for all your support!
Please see below a Christmas message from our Trustee, Ms. Jennifer Wigston.
Each year, Catholic school boards across Canada come together to celebrate the Gospel values and teachings that enrich our curriculum and strengthen our school communities.
The theme of Catholic Education Week 2022, “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”, is inspired by the transformative power of faith – for families, for students, for the world.
... Continue reading "It’s time to double check your School Support Designation!"
- That you need to be registered as an English Separate School Supporter to attend a York Catholic elementary school?
- That you need to be
Reading Rainbow live-streamed readings are back!
Thanks to the Reading Rainbow Team, all York Catholic elementary schools are once again invited to participate in a live-streamed book reading event in celebration of Black Heritage Month.
On February 24th, student leaders from St. Joan of Arc CHS in Maple, St. Theresa of Lisieux CHS in Richmond Hill and Father Michael ... Continue reading "Black Heritage Month – Reading Rainbow Live Stream Event"