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Return to School Options ~ We Want Your Feedback

In preparation for the return to school, we are taking into consideration what the current COVID-19 situation may look like in September by planning for all potential scenarios.  As we await further direction from the Ministry of Education, we are seeking parent feedback about some of the options we are considering.  Let Us Know What

Public Health School-based Program Updates and COVID-19 Resources

As we move into Phase 2 of reopening the province, please find a few public health updates. Role of Public Health in School Re-opening On June 19, 2020, the Ontario government released its safety plan and approach for the resumption of classes for the 2020-21 school year. As you know, school boards have been asked

Elementary Report Card Access – Email Service Currently DOWN

Elementary report cards are being sent now through email. SchoolMessenger is DOWN across Canada – parents who try to access the report card will receive an error message. SchoolMessenger is working to fix this issue. If you are not able to open your child’s report card, please try again later. Thank you for your patience

Weekly Update June 22

Distribution of Report Cards This year, in light of the school closures due to COVID-19, student report cards will be delivered electronically. The report cards will be delivered directly to parents and guardians by email on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.  Parents and guardians will need their child’s Ontario Education Number (OEN) in order to access the

Weekly Update June 15

This year, we are celebrating our Graduating class in a very unique way. We are thankful to our staff, parents and the community for supporting our efforts and students this year. A special thank you to Ms. Herder, Mme. McGowan, Mrs. Skradski-Ouellette and Mrs. Silva for all their time and creativity with planning a special

Donate Your Empty Bottles to Food4Kids Halton!

Food4Kids Halton is a not-for-profit organization that provides healthy food packages for at-risk children who have limited access to food. From June 22 to July 9th, Food4Kids Halton will be available to collect empty bottles from families in our community. If you have empty bottles (wine, beer, coolers, liquor bottles or cans) Food4Kids Halton will take

We Want Feedback from Our Community – Multi-Year Strategic Plan Monitoring Survey

In September, 2016, the Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) launched a new multi-year plan. Each year, the Director of Education reports back to the Board of Trustees on the specific steps undertaken across our school system that align with the goals established in our strategic plan.  Focus on Our Students: Strategic Plan 2016-2021, provides direction that guides the decisions and actions that shape us as a school

Weekly Update June 8

Resources to Support Conversations with Children on Race, Racism and Inclusion https://www.embracerace.org/resources/childrens-books https://www.tvo.org/article/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-racism?utm_source=citc&utm_medium=citc&utm_campaign=citc CBC website prepares a resource specifically for children: https://www.cbc.ca/kidsnews/post/why-has-the-death-of-george-floyd-sparked-protests Mental Health And Well Being Retrieval of Belongings/Return of Items Parents will be able to retrieve their child(ren)’s belongings and return school items during the last week of school on an assigned day

Silence is Not an Option

Like many of you, I was both saddened and outraged to learn of the situation in Minnesota last week that resulted in the death of George Floyd.  We have all read the reports on social media in disbelief as the disturbing details began to emerge, and with heavy hearts we have watched the outcry that