Babic, Tracey

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Elementary Vice-Principal

Week of March 1 – 5

As we reflect on the Transfiguration of Jesus on this Second Sunday of Lent, let us enter more deeply into the mystery it opens by choosing to live differently. Let us draw encouragement from the account of the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Let us respond to the invitations of grace in our daily lives in

Happy New Year! Week of January 4-8

We hope all of our families have had a blessed and healthy Christmas season and a restful break. As 2021 begins, we want to wish all of you a happy and prosperous new year and pray for the good health of our school community and for all those who continue to serve on the frontlines

Have a Blessed Christmas Season!

Advent On the brink of Jesus’ coming into the world, we anticipate, yet try to remain grounded in this present moment. Let us not neglect the gift of this very time and place; our waiting, our joy, our expecting; these are gifts! May we embrace them and reverence the goodness of this moment. Just as

Week of December 7 – 11

Advent During the second week of Advent, we light two purple candles to symbolize the peace of God that we welcome into our hearts this season. The Advent wreath reminds us to celebrate our faith and to practice it deliberately. Our faith is nothing short of a gift, instilled in us by a loving God

Week of November 30 – December 4

Advent The Advent season is filled with preparation and expectation. In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the season, let us strive to keep Advent a season of waiting and longing, of conversion and hope, meditating often on the incredible love and humility of our God in taking on flesh of the Virgin

Week of November 16-20

Kindness is Contagious! The week of November 16th is designated in Ontario as Bullying Awareness & Prevention Week.  Our goal as a school is to continue nurturing a positive school climate, promote respect and acceptance, develop empathy, and encourage a truly inclusive environment, one that works to fight against bullying all year long.   Throughout the

Week of November 9-13

Indigenous Awareness Month The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) is pleased to honour and celebrate the contributions of First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples in Canada during Indigenous Education Awareness Month in November. The events and activities across HCDSB recognize Indigenous perspectives, cultures, and the entwined histories of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.​​​​​​​ For more information on the Halton

Week of November 2-6

Thank you! A very big thank you to our school community for your generous donations to make our school fundraiser a success! We raised just over $7500 which will be put toward the purchase of program materials such as technology, gym equipment, games, Kindergarten yard upgrades, and more! We loved seeing our staff and students