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Update May 29, 2020

Each of us is the result of a thought of God.

Each of us is willed.  Each of us is loved.

Each of us is necessary.

~ Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Thank you for your continued patience as we complete week eight of Distance Learning and work together with Public Health, The Ministry of Education and the HCDSB to share a plan in which access to the building will be permitted to retrieve student belongings. Information will be shared next week.

Thank you to all our families who continue to support the Burlington “Front Porch Clap” in support of our essential workers! Please remember to show your support each Friday evening at 7pm ~ TOGETHER Let’s make some NOISE & show our appreciation!!!

June 3 – #RedShirtDay

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What is Red Shirt Day? – Red Shirt Day is a day when people across Canada come together and wear red in schools, workplaces and spaces everywhere in order to create a visible display of solidarity: to show their support for persons who are living with disabilities, and their commitment to helping to create a fully accessible and inclusive society that honours and values the contributions of people of all abilities in all aspects of life in Canada.

Red Shirt Day takes place on the Wednesday of National AccessAbility Week each year. In 2020, Red Shirt Day will take place on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020; and National AccessAbility Week is from Sunday, May 31 to Saturday, June 6, 2020.

On Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, post a selfie or a group photo of you with your friends, classmates or colleagues – all wearing red – on social media with the hashtags:

#RedShirtDay, #RedForAccessAbility, #EasterSeals, #unstoppABLE.

Red Shirt Day is an Easter Seals initiative and was first celebrated in 2019.

Reach Out Centre for Kids Event

Back by popular demand…Anxiety Part 1 Webinar! A discussion on understanding what anxiety is and how it shows up in children and teens. Join ROCK Clinicians on June 8 for this informative session. For more information and to register, please visit https://rockevents.ca/event/anxiety-part-1-webinar/

Promoting Well-Being – Bring Peace into Your Home:

  1. Speak Kindly
  2. Forgive Quickly
  3. Work Cheerfully
  4. Pray Frequently
  5. Stand Firmly

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Wishing you fantastic weekend ~ the Staff of St. Patrick CES

Jun
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Kindergarten & Primary Camping Theme Week
Jun 1 – Jun 5 all day
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#RedShirtDay
Jun 3 all day

What is Red Shirt Day? – Red Shirt Day is a day when people across Canada come together and wear red in schools, workplaces and spaces everywhere in order to create a visible display of solidarity: to show their support for persons who are living with disabilities, and their commitment to helping to create a fully accessible and inclusive society that honours and values the contributions of people of all abilities in all aspects of life in Canada.

Red Shirt Day takes place on the Wednesday of National AccessAbility Week each year. In 2020, Red Shirt Day will take place on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020; and National AccessAbility Week is from Sunday, May 31 to Saturday, June 6, 2020.

On Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020, post a selfie or a group photo of you with your friends, classmates or colleagues – all wearing red – on social media with the hashtags:

#RedShirtDay, #RedForAccessAbility, #EasterSeals, #unstoppABLE.

Red Shirt Day is an Easter Seals initiative and was first celebrated in 2019.

Jun
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Kindergarten & Primary Adventure Theme Week
Jun 8 – Jun 12 all day
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Kindergarten & Primary Games Theme Week
Jun 15 – Jun 19 all day
Jun
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Kindergarten & Primary Beach Theme Week
Jun 22 – Jun 25 all day
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Last Day of School – EARLY DISMISSAL – 2:00 pm
Jun 26 all day
Elementary PrincipalUpdate May 29, 2020