Weekly Updates

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Jan. 18th – 22nd

Remaining Together During School Closures: Continued thanks to parents, students and staff for your tremendous efforts during this difficult time. Let’s all remain positive and patient as we get through this time together! Please see below for additional resources you may find helpful. Your Child’s Mental Wellness & Remote Learning Support During School Closure:We remind

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – January 11th – 15th

Together Apart – Thank you St. Dominic Community! We would like to start our update this week by extending a big thank you to our entire community – staff, parents and students for your patience as we prepared for and started our new period of remote learning. We saw challenges already with internet providers and

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Jan. 4th – 8th

Welcome Back & Happy New Year! God of this New Year, we are walking into mystery. We face the future, not knowing what the days or months will bring to us or how we will respond.Be love in us as we journey. May we welcome all who come our way. Deepen our faith to see

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Dec. 14th – 18th

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 Keeping Our School Community

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Nov. 30th – Dec. 4th

Keeping Our School Community Healthy & Safe: As you may know, Halton Region is in the Red Level (Control) of the Provincial COVID-19 Response Framework. Public Health officials have strongly recommended that residents in the red control zone limit trips outside of their home:Stay home, except for essential purposes such as going to work or school, buying essentials such as

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Nov. 23rd – 27th

Progress Report Cards & Parent/Teacher Conferences: Progress Report Cards will be sent home on Tuesday. Similar to the process we had in place in June, progress report cards will be sent home electronically by email with information on how to access them. We will also hold our traditional parent/teacher conferences this Thursday, November 26th (3:10

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

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

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – November 9th -13th

COVID-19 and Health & Safety: We understand the news of positive COVID-19 cases in our school has caused unsettled feelings and concern for all students, parents and school staff. We continue to work closely with our Board and Halton Public Health to address each case individually and ensure we are communicating information to you and

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Oct. 12th – 16th

We have so much to be grateful in our community and pause today to give thanks for our many blessings. We wish our entire community, students, parents, family members and staff a Happy Thanksgiving! Reminder – Monitoring Your Children/Our Students Each Day: What do I do if my child is ill/ has symptoms of COVID-19?As

St. Dominic Weekly Update cover image

Weekly Update – Oct. 5th – 9th

UPDATE – Monitoring Your Children/Our Students Each Day: What do I do if my child is ill/ has symptoms of COVID-19?As cold and flu season is quickly approaching, we’d like to provide you with some information about what to do if your child starts showing one or more symptoms of COVID-19.  On Thursday, October 1, 2020,