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Weekly Update Jan. 20-24th

Above all, love each other deeply.~ 1 Peter 4:8

Labour Negotiations Update

Our school will be CLOSED to students on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, as a result of the recent announcement by OECTA of a province-wide, one-day full withdrawal of services.

Food Drive Donations

We will be organizing another food drive to continue to support families in need.  Please consider donating a non-perishable item(s) – food or hygiene products welcome over the next couple of weeks.  Please have your child bring the food items to their classroom teacher.  Members of our Faith Team will collect all items from the classrooms.

New Kindergarten Registration

We are excited to welcome all our new Kindergarten children and families during our Kindergarten Registration, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, January 21st and Wednesday, January 22nd. Parents registering their children for the Kindergarten Program are asked to register ONLINE and complete the Kindergarten Questionnaire. Parents must then bring their documentation, which includes Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate and proof of address, into the school to complete the registration process. Please note that Year 1 (JK) Kindergarten students already attending Guardian Angels DO NOT need to register for Year 2 (SK) Kindergarten.

Click this link to proceed to registration:

School Uniform Provider – Public Consultation 

The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) is seeking feedback from parents, students, and staff on our next school uniform provider. See more info at

Health and Safety – Mental Health Tip of the Month

Parent Tip: How to talk with your child when you feel concerned that they may be struggling with a mental health concern:

It can be challenging to talk about mental health. Sometimes parents, like others, avoid the conversation because they don’t know how to start or they worry that they might put thoughts into their child’s head that had not been there, and will therefore, make things worse. Research tells us that this is not the case. Bringing up worries, concerns, changes in behaviour etc. with your child will open the lines of communication rather than worsen the situation.

Here are some tips to help you talk to your child about mental health:

  • Find a quiet time when you are unlikely to have interruptions to begin the conversation.
  • Reassure your child that they can tell you anything and you will not get angry with them (even if you get scared).
  • Start the conversation with describing changes you have noticed in their mood, behaviour, reactions etc. e.g., “I have noticed that you seem to be crying more.” If you have had conversations with your child’s teacher about concerns, include comments from the teacher’s observations.
  • Share that you “wonder” about how your child might be feeling, what they might be thinking, what they might be worried about etc. e.g., “I wonder if you’re feeling sad about losing your friendship with Sam.”
  • Allow your child time to reflect before they answer.
  • Stay calm and don’t abandon the conversation if your child responds with “Nothing is wrong……leave me alone”. If this happens, reassure your child that you are there for them. Give your child some time and then try again.
  • If your child tells you anything that makes you worried (e.g., thoughts of suicide, overwhelming anxiety, self-injurious behaviour like cutting) reassure your child that you are glad they told you and you will help them find the right professional to talk to, and you will be there for them throughout the journey.

Please see for more information.


Elementary Vice-PrincipalWeekly Update Jan. 20-24th