Remembering the past. Understanding the present. Facing the future. Those are call words for Remembrance Day. So why not take more than just the traditional two minutes of silence on Remembrance Day to remember Canadians who fought and died in war? This November the 11th, the grade 7 students will host a virtual Remembrance day
We wish all of our St. Anne families a very blessed Thanksgiving. Together we thank God for the many blessings He has provided to us this year and for those that He continues to shower upon us each day.
A very big thank you to the entire St. Anne Community for your participation in sending in farewell messages for Mrs. Dinolfo. Click HERE for the video of all the submitted picture messages! Click HERE for the video of all the collected video messages!
“For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not first sit down and estimate the cost, to see whether he has enough to complete it?” Luke 14.28 At St. Anne School, we aspire to help students become who God intended them to be. In the collection of data, we come to know more about
“The father of a righteous child has great joy; a man who fathers a wise son rejoices in him.” Proverbs 23:24 Happy Father’s Day We wish all St. Anne fathers a day filled with love and laughter with loved ones as you celebrate this special day together! Curbside Pick Up Parents have been given a date