Le Conte, Tanya

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Elementary Vice-Principal

Weekly Update Jan. 18

Mental Health & Well Being The message below is taken from https://cmho.org/state-of-emergency-ceo-update/ In our roles as parents, we must continue to help our children feel heard, understood and supported, but you don’t have to do it alone.  Our child and youth mental health centres across Ontario have been providing front-line mental health supports throughout the pandemic helping families navigate, not

Weekly Update Jan. 11th

Student Attendance during remote learning: During this period of remote learning, we continue to promote regular attendance, as it is important for students to remain engaged in their learning so they can stay on top of the curriculum and feel more connected to their peers while our school is closed.  As noted in PPM 164: Requirements

Weekly Update Jan. 4th

We wish you and your families all the prayers, love and blessings for 2021. As we begin 2021 together, we are reminded of the exceptional times we are in. We are called, once again, to “lean in” on each other to navigate online learning, our health and new protocols to keep us all safe. We

Happy New Year

Good afternoon,  Happy New Year to you and your family. It is my hope that you are having an enjoyable Christmas break.   Families who requested devices through the board survey can come to the front of the school on Monday starting at 7:45 a.m. to pick up a device or devices.   For the upcoming week, parents who have children in kindergarten can expect a minimum of 180

Weekly Update Dec. 14

We thank Father Jim and Mlle Carroll’s class for leading our Advent Liturgy this week. Thank you to all our families who joined us for our amazing Christmas Kahoot Night! A special thank you to Ms. Mifsud, Ms. Maciel and Mrs. Oudesluys for organizing and hosting such a special evening. Thank you to all our

Weekly Update Dec. 7

Advent Liturgy Mme. Carroll’s morning class and Father Jim Petrie will be leading us in our Advent Liturgy on Wednesday. We look forward to virtually celebrating as a school and community. Change to Learning Environment Form-CLOSES MONDAY On Monday, November 30, 2020, the survey to change your child’s learning environment was sent out to let

Weekly Update Nov. 30

International Day of Persons with Disabilities The United Nations has proclaimed that December 3rd as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, and beginning this year, HCDSB will recognize and celebrate board-wide an annual weeklong initiative to build system awareness and education. The international theme for this year is “Not All Disabilities are Visible”. At

Angel Tree Gift Card Fundraiser

It is that time of year again, where we want to share the Spirit of Giving.  We have families in the community who could use some extra support this year.  We are calling on all our St. Benedict Angels to help make this happen, with the new realities of Covid-19.  Instead of sending in gifts,

Weekly Update Nov. 23

Daily Self-Assessment of COVID-19 Symptoms Staff are to monitor self and students for signs/symptoms of COVID-19.  All Staff and students who are experiencing new or worsening symptoms consistent with COVID- 19 must go home/stay at home and seek appropriate medical attention as required, including getting tested for COVID-19. Take the October 1st Update – COVID-19

Bullying Awareness: Pink Day

Good Afternoon,  This week, Our St. Benedict Community has been participating in various activities to bring awareness to Anti-Bullying Strategies and how we are all called to include and create a sense of belonging in our community.  We have had lots of fun with our SAIDAT VIRTUAL Assemblies this week and other Anti-Bullying Activities. Tomorrow