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!
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.
“The Lord then passed in front of him and called out, “I, the Lord, am a God who is full of compassion and pity, who is not easily angered and who shows great love and faithfulness.” – Exodus 34:6 Congratulations to all the students below who received the virtue award for compassion this month:
Congratulations to Amelia P., in Madame Cummings’ grade 6 French Immersion class, for winning the Young Authors/jeunes écrivains Writing contest at the provincial level, with her French short story. Amelia is a very gifted writer who has won this contest now for the second year in a row. This story will be published in a commemorative book, along with all the winning stories, plays, and ... Continue reading "Congratulations Amelia"
Ms. Charron asked students to explore nature in a variety of ways during Catholic Education Week. Below is a slideshow with some samples of what they did.
Students at St. Joseph the Worker participated in many activities during Black History Month as can be seen below, but the highlight were the presentations by the Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum who gave us a virtual interactive workshop Live from Aruba with an introduction to the history of Black History Month highlighting some of the achievements and contributions of Black Canadians ending with ... Continue reading "Enriching the Curriculum through Black History"