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Spring Break Reminders

Dear St. Elizabeth Seton CES Parents and Guardians, Thank you for continuing to follow the public health and safety measures that have kept schools open and safe for students and staff. It is our collective effort that continues to ensure your children can learn in the classroom. As per recent announcements, the province has implemented

Voluntary, Targeted COVID-19 Testing for Schools

The Ontario Government is requiring school boards to offer voluntary, targeted COVID-19 testing sites for asymptomatic staff and students.  Who Can Be Tested? Testing is voluntary, and consent is required from parents or guardians.   Targeted testing is offered only for individuals who are asymptomatic (i.e. not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms).  Voluntary COVID-19 testing is available to: All students and their families All school staff and their household members All Child Care

School Weekly Update April 5, 2021

“He is not here; He is RISEN“ ~Mark 16:6 Easter Monday – April 5th A reminder that there is no school on Monday as it is Easter Monday. We hope our families enjoy a blessed Easter. Rejoice, He is risen! World Autism Awareness Day April is Autism Awareness Month and April 2nd was worldwide Autism Awareness Day.

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School Weekly Update March 29, 2021

I have set you an example so that you should do as I have done for you. ~John 13-16 Passion (Palm Sunday) – Sunday, March 28th    On Palm Sunday Catholics celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem, the week before His death and resurrection.  The Bible reveals that when Jesus entered Jerusalem, the crowds greeted Him by waving palm branches and

Fostering Mental Health & Well-Being: Parent Engagement Sessions

The Special Education Services department at HCDSB is pleased to be hosting a series of parent engagement sessions to help families adjust and respond to the new norms faced during a global pandemic and how to cope with the mental health and well-being of their children in times of uncertainty and change. For the health and safety

Fostering Mental Health & Well-Being: Parent Information Sessions

The Special Education Services department at HCDSB is pleased to be hosting a series of parent information sessions to help families adjust and respond to the new norms faced during a global pandemic and how to cope with the mental health and well-being of their children in times of uncertainty and change. For the health and safety

School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day – Wednesday, March 24

Wednesday, March 24, 2021 is School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day! On School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day, let’s show our gratitude for the people that ensure active and safe travel for students and families to and from our schools. Here are some ways we can show our appreciation year-round: Guard signals you to stop; all cyclists

School Weekly Update March 22, 2021

“Lent is a time for reconsidering our feelings, for letting our eyes be opened to injustice, to open our hearts to those suffering.” ~ Pope Francis FIFTH Week of Lent The fifth Sunday of Lent is sometimes called Passion Sunday, marking the beginning of the two-week period called Passiontide. In today’s gospel reading John 12:20-33, Jesus