Announcements

Code of Conduct During Remote Learning

As Digital Citizens, users recognize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world, in which they act in ways that are safe, legal and ethical.  Students are required to demonstrate digital citizenship through the appropriate use of technology as outlined in our code of conduct.  Our school’s Code of Conduct can be found on

Provincial Announcement: Teacher-Led Remote Learning Extends Until January 25, 2021

On Thursday, January 7, 2021, the Ontario government announced the extension of teacher-led remote learning until January 25, 2021 for elementary students. Secondary students will continue to participate in remote learning until January 25th. Read more in the online News Release. Expectations for Elementary Schools Elementary schools will be closed for in-person learning between January 4-22, 2021.  Beginning

Celebrating Christmas at St. Dominic

Please remember to consider our Advent Outreach Initiatives – Angel Tree and Mitten Tree…Click here to read more! Celebrating Christmas at St. Dominic School: The Advent and Christmas season is an enjoyable time in our Catholic school environment. Our celebrations will look different this year, however, we will continue to celebrate safely with our students

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Weekly Update – Dec. 7th – 11th

A Message from St. Dominic Parish – Christmas Celebrations: Please see the following link to view Father Ranjan’s Christmas message and an outline of the parish’s Advent/Christmas liturgy and mass schedule. Please note that registration in advance must take place to attend particular liturgies/celebrations.St. Dominic Parish – Christmas Message & Schedule Our Student Ambassadors’ November

Advent Outreach 2020 – Angel Tree and Mitten Tree!

Part of being a Catholic community is living our faith in the way we support others. We are happy to continue our annual Advent tradition with two initiatives this year, our Angel Tree and Mitten Tree. Please see below for more information on how to participate and support those in need this Christmas!

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Weekly Update – Nov. 16th – 20th

Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week 2020 – Nov. 15th – 21st: Our theme this year is, “Celebrating our Differences!”Our staff and students will engage in a variety of activities and classroom discussions this week, which focus on treating each other with Dignity, Kindness and Respect.  Below please see a brief guide for the week: Last Week

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Weekly Update – Nov. 2nd – 6th

Health & Safety: We continue to review our protocols, provided by Public Health Halton and the HCDSB for students and staff. As we move into the colder and winter months, it is important we follow the daily screenings provided by the ministry. We respectfully ask that you continue to follow the information we have received

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Weekly Update – Oct. 26th – 30th

2020-2021 School Major Fundraiser – Please donate! In keeping with our annual tradition, we will continue with our major fundraiser this year. As you will read about below, we will continue with Halloween celebrations with our students, which will be planned to ensure our safety protocols remain in place. Thank you to those who have

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Weekly Update – Oct. 19th – 23rd

Curriculum Night – Thursday, October 22nd: As we have been communicating, we will have our Curriculum Night this upcoming Thursday evening. While this is an annual tradition, the format this year will not be. We will be connecting virtually through Microsoft Teams (app can be downloaded or used through any web browser). We respectfully ask

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Weekly Update September 14th – 18th

UPDATED ENTRANCE AND DISMISSAL ROUTINES: With the start of our first week back with all students, we will start with new routines as of this Monday. Please see the following link for detailed information: UPDATED ENTRANCE & DISMISSAL ROUTINES Minimized Allergen Environment (NUT FREE): Many students in our school have life-threatening allergies (anaphylaxis) and we