Weekly Update: October 21 – 25

“Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” — Romans 8:39 (NIV) Dear Parents/Guardians: Thank you for your continued support. As per the recent e-mail that was sent home, please be cautious as you enter

Weekly Update: October 14 – 18

“In happy moments, PRAISE GOD. In difficult moments, SEEK GOD. In quiet moments, WORSHIP GOD. In painful moments, TRUST GOD. Every moment, THANK GOD.” – Rick Warren Dear Parents/Guardians: We hope that you and your families had a blessed Thanksgiving weekend. Thank you for your on-going support in following our Kiss n Ride expectations and

UPDATE: HCDSB Schools will be OPEN on Monday, October 7th!

A provincial agreement has been made with CUPE! All HCDSB schools will remain OPEN to students and will be operating as usual. Thank you for your patience & understanding. See our updates for more information:

Weekly Memo: October 5 – 11

“God does not give us everything we want, but He does fulfill His promises, leading us along the best and straightest paths to Himself.” –Dietrich Bonhoeffer Dear Parents/Guardians: As per the notification provided to you by the HCDSB, in the event of a full withdrawal of services by CUPE, schools will be closed to students on

Important Update: If CUPE Strike Proceeds, All HCDSB Schools will be CLOSED to Students

In the event of a full withdrawal of services by CUPE, schools will be closed to students on Monday, October 7th, and for the duration of the strike.​ ​ We regret that this decision will pose some challenges for parents and guardians who may have to find childcare arrangements, however closing schools is the only way

Elementary School Cross Country Meets POSTPONED

The 2019-2020 Elementary School Cross Country Meets, originally scheduled to take place October 8, 9, and 10, 2019  will now take place on April 21, 22, and 23, 2020. This decision was made after careful consideration, and in the interest of ensuring we can provide supervision to allow for maximum participation of students with all

Weekly Update: Sept. 23 – 27

The dishonest manager in today’s parable knew how to manipulate money to his advantage. But the Gospel warns that no one can serve both God and money. Which do I serve? Is my stewardship such that anyone can tell? (Our Sunday Visitor, ibid., page 31). Thank-you:  Thank you to all parents who came out on

Weekly Update: Sept. 16 – 20

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus tells a parable in three parts: the shepherd who loses one of a hundred sheep; the woman who loses one coin out of ten; and one of the most familiar stories in the Gospels: the prodigal son. In each case, great rejoicing occurs at the finding of the lost sheep,

September 16, 2019 PA Day Agenda

Please click on the link to access the agenda for the PA Day on September, 16 SIPSA PA Day Agenda

Weekly Update Sept. 9 – 13

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus asks us to give up our possessions to be His disciples, a counter-cultural statement in today’s society. On our continuing journey to make Christian stewardship our way of life, do we let go of possessions that have mastered us, or are we still mastered by them? Thank you for your