It is truly a privilege to have volunteers from the Rosary Apostolate visit St. Joseph the Worker. Volunteers are called “Rosary Visitors”. They will bear witness to their faith by teaching children to love Jesus with the Heart of Mary by praying the Rosary. They will follow the themes and meditations as outlined by the Rosary Apostolate. The Rosary visitors will visit our school once ... Continue reading "Rosary Apostolate at SJW"
St. Joseph the Worker’s Inclement Weather Policy for outside lunch providers is as follows:
When YCDSB buses are cancelled due to inclement weather, all outside lunch programs will be cancelled on that day. This includes Pizza, Subway and Mr. Greek.
All students attending school on a day that buses are cancelled must bring their own lunch from home. ... Continue reading "Hot Lunch Inclement Weather Policy"
- Put a Google Alert on your name so you can track what is being said about you/your child online. Just go to google.com/alerts and type in your name in quotation marks. You will receive Google alerts via email when your name appears online. This not a 100% guarantee, but a great start to tracking your ... Continue reading "Tips for Wise Smartphone Use from Telus"
EQAO has released the grade 3 and grade 6 results for the 2016-2017 school year. Please see a summary of results attached. Copies of individual student results will be made available in the next week and will be sent home with students.
Trustee Cathy Ferlisi facilitated a Parent Workshop on November 22, 2016 at St. Joseph the Worker CES featuring Dr. Patricia Bucci.
Dr. Bucci has graciously offered to share her presentation to all parents. Are we stressing our our children – Dr. Bucci’s Presentation (pdf).
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 a regular basis ... Continue reading "Head Lice"