UPDATE: Grad Gowns and Photos

To all graduates of 2021, please note that due to the Provincial lockdown order currently in place, the school is closed to in-person learning, activities and events. The photo sessions that students have booked through Edge Imaging for the period of time during the lockdown will be rescheduled by Edge Imaging.

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Week at a Glance – April 19-23

Third Week of Easter

We’ll share our joy with those who still are weeping, raise hymns of strength for hearts that break in grief, we’ll leap and dance the resurrection story,

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Terry Fox Run/Walk

Hey Jags,

Please join us for this year’s Terry Fox Run, between September 26th and October 3rd, 2020. Help us achieve our goal of travelling as many kilometres as a school community,

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Week at a Glance May 17- May 21

The instructional schedule for this week, May 17 – May 21 is as follows:

Ascension Sunday – Seventh Week of Easter

We look up towards the heavens to see the Risen and Exalted One.

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School Climate Survey

As part of our ongoing efforts to create and maintain safe, inclusive and accepting schools, the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) undertakes a School Climate Survey to gather input from parents,

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Staff Appreciation Day ~ May 7, 2021

The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) celebrates Staff Appreciation Day on May 7, 2021!

Staff Appreciation Day is a day set aside to recognize the accomplishments and exceptional work of all 5700+ employees in our schools and in our workplaces.

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Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) to Host Speaker Series

The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) at HCDSB is pleased to be hosting a speaker series to discuss inclusivity and diversity, and how to better support children with additional needs.

SEAC’s mandate is to make recommendations to the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) in matters affecting the establishment and development of Special Education programs and services for students with exceptional needs.

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