Announcements

Update #9: Update! All HCDSB Schools will be OPEN to Students on Tues., February 25, 2020

The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) has announced that the potential one-day, full withdrawal of services (walkout) in all HCDSB schools on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 has been CANCELLED. All HCDSB schools will be OPEN to students on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. OECTA has announced that the series of rotating strikes across the province

Milton Knights of Columbus – Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner

As Catholics, we recognize the importance of Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday as the beginning of Lent. Shrove Tuesday is a reminder that we are entering a season of penance, and therefore, we would like to bring an alternative option to your attention. The Milton Knights of Columbus invites all St. Peter CES families to

Update #8: OECTA Announces Potential Walkout – Tuesday, February 25​

It was announced today that OECTA will move to a series of rotating strikes across the province next week, if a provincial settlement is not reached by then. This means that OECTA will potentially hold a one-day, full withdrawal of services in all HCDSB schools on Tuesday, February 25, 2020, unless a strike is averted. OECTA represents all of our

Weekly Update – Week of February 17th through 21st, 2020

“Our family is a circle of strength and love with every birth and union it grows.  Every crisis faced together makes the circle stronger” ~ Author Unknown FAMILY DAY – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17th, 2020 REMINDER: Monday, February 17th, 2020 is Family Day, and therefore, schools is closed. We wish everyone a blessed weekend spent with your

Update #7: All HCDSB Schools will be CLOSED to Students on Fri., February 21, 2020

It was announced today that on Friday, February 21, 2020 all elementary and secondary teachers, as well as many education workers across the province, will participate in a one-day walkout. This walkout will include members of the following four education unions in Ontario: Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO); Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

Catholic School Council Family Movie Night

Don’t Miss Out! On Thursday, February 20th, 2020 the Catholic School Council has planned a Movie Night for families to enjoy! Bring your pillow, sleeping bag, or blanket and join us for a fun event! See the flyer attached for more information: Movie Night Flyer Toy Story 4 Feb 20 2020 Feature Movie: Toy Story 4 Doors Open:

Weekly Update – Week of February 10th through 14th, 2020

“Love is the bridge between you and everything.” ~ Rumi SACRAMENT OF FIRST RECONCILIATION Congratulations to our Grade 2 students as they received the Sacrament of First Reconciliation on Saturday, February 8th, 2020 (9:30pm) at Holy Rosary Church. We would like to thank Father John and Father Vivek for hosting the celebration. Special thanks to Mrs. Johnston, Miss Vicic,

Weekly Update – Week of February 3rd through 7th, 2020

We must restore hope to young people, help the old, be open to the future, spread love. Be poor among the poor.  We need to include the excluded, and preach peace. – Pope Francis – IT’S TIME TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD FOR KINDERGARTEN! IMPORTANT:  To register your child to begin Junior Kindergarten (Year 1) in

Safe & Healthy Schools – 2019 Novel Coronavirus

In January 2020, a novel (new) coronavirus was identified as the cause of an outbreak of pneumonia, originating in Wuhan, China. This virus is now known as the 2019 Novel Coronavirus or 2019-nCoV. The health and well-being of students and staff remains the highest priority of the Halton Catholic District School Board.  Officials from our school board

Update #6: All HCDSB Schools will be CLOSED to Students on Tues., February 4, 2020​

The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) announced today that they will hold a one-day, province-wide full withdrawal of services on Tuesday, February 4, 2020. As OECTA represents all of our HCDSB elementary and secondary school teachers, a full withdrawal of services would mean that no instruction would take place in any of our classrooms. This poses significant