Elementary Vice-Principal

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Elementary Vice-Principal

2019-2020 Class Placement Process

2019-2020 Class Placement Process St. Gregory the Great School will soon begin the process of preparing tentative class lists for the 2019-2020 school year.  When creating classes, the following criteria are given due consideration: the student’s personality; creating a group of students that allows for flexible instructional groupings; attempt to create a balance of males

Communication Bulletin No. 22

“You, dear young people, are not the future but the now of God, he invites you and calls you in your communities and cities to go out and find your grandparents, your elders; to stand up and with them to speak out and realize the dream that the Lord has dreamed for you,” Pope Francis, January

Children’s Liturgy of the Word During Sunday Mass

Attending Mass with small children can be a challenge. Not wanting your child to feel lost because they aren’t able to understand the Scripture readings, Mary Mother of God Parish offers a fun and engaging program each Sunday to help your child participate more fully in the celebration of the Mass. Children’s Liturgy of the

OCSGE – Being a Caring Family Member

In February we celebrate Valentine’s Day and Family Day. Therefore, it seems fitting that St. Gregory the Great’s Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectation (OCSGE) for the month is being a Caring Family Member. Families take many forms, and we all belong to many families, such as our immediate and extended families, our school and parish

Communication Bulletin No. 18

When the angels went away from them into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let us go, then, to Bethlehem to see this thing that has taken place, which the Lord has made known to us.” So they went in haste and found Mary and Joseph, and the infant lying in the manger. Luke

Communication Bulletin No. 17

Celebrating Advent as a Family The third Sunday, December 16th, of Advent symbolizes Joy with the “Shepherd’s Candle” reminding us of the Joy the world experienced at the coming birth of Jesus.  Read from more about the Advent Wreath Tradition and Meaning (information taken from the Catholic Company). Advent Liturgy On Thursday, December 20th, our Grade Three students

Communication Bulletin No. 16

Advent prepares us for celebrating Christ’s coming in history; it calls us to consider his presence with us now in mystery, and his coming at the end of time in majesty. But what does this mean for us in our daily lives? When we think of the word “Advent”, perhaps it’s wreaths, candles, little sacrifices or special prayers that

OCSGE – Discerning Believer

Our Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectation (OCSGE) for December is being a Discerning Believer. A discerning believer is someone who participates in the sacramental life of the church and integrates faith with life. It is also someone who develops attitudes and values founded on Catholic social teaching and acts to promote social responsibility, human solidarity

Communication Bulletin No.15

Advent Season December is the month of preparation for the coming of our Saviour at Christmas time. This weekend we celebrate the arrival of the season of Advent, which also marks the beginning of the liturgical year. Advent is a season of devout and joyful expectation. Its four Sundays highlight our desire and longing for

Communication Bulletin No.14

It is vital that when educating our children’s brains, we do not neglect to educate their HEARTS. ~ Dalai Lama Thank you to all parents and guardians that attended our Parent/Teacher interviews. It was a great opportunity to discuss the progress that your child(ren) are making so far. Your support and partnership is valued and appreciated. As