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School Update: Oct. 26

This week brings a number of things, including our Halloween Fun Day, our Donations and Spirit Wear deadlines, and the turning back of our clocks this coming weekend. See below for more details and other important reminders and updates happening in the upcoming days:

Parish Update for our Grade 2 and Grade 7 parents: Sacramental Registration Closes November 2nd! To all parents of children currently in Grades 2 and 7 please note that the online registration for First Communion (gr 2) and Confirmation (gr 7) will close November 2nd. Please be sure to register your child if you have not already done so. Registration information is available via the following links: First Communion    Confirmation

You will be notified later in the year regarding booking a date and time for your child to receive their sacrament. Current bookings are for those that missed their sacraments last year due to COVID.

Halloween is fast approaching! This Friday, October 30th will be our Halloween Fun Day where students can wear costumes, and teachers will have planned activities to go along with the spooky fun. For costume guidelines, please see the message from our Board on our website:

Even though we will not be hosting our annual Dance-a-thon with prizes and incentives, we are hoping that you will support the school’s Halloween Fun Day with a Donation if you are able to, in lieu of the dance. Please click here for more information about our fundraising donation initiative and how you can help:

Spirit Wear is back! Please see the flyer posted on our website for information before it’s too late:

Don’t forget that this year’s Remembrance Day Liturgy will be virtual! In the past we have accepted photos from our community of loved ones who have served our country in the past. Please use this link if you are able to submit photos for this year’s liturgy: Thank you in advance for your contribution!

Thank you for helping keep our school healthy by completing the COVID-19 School Screening tool for your child(ren) before leaving for school each day.  And if your child is sick, they need to stay home for everyone’s health and safety.

Please continue to follow the guidelines from Halton Public Health and stay safe and healthy!

Yours in Catholic Education,

Mr. B. Melanson


Melanson, BrianSchool Update: Oct. 26