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Elementary Principal

Update – March 30th

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope and pray that you and your family continue to be well. Father Con’s homily yesterday during St. Andrew’s virtual mass was once again very comforting. He referred to Pope Francis’ homily on this week’s Gospel. The message that resonated with me was: “Embracing his cross means finding the courage to embrace

Celebrating the Gift of Our Families

A PDF of this page is available for download. Elem-Celebrating-the-Gift-of-Our-Families-1Download At this time, the Halton Catholic District School Board would like to celebrate the gift of our families. If this event has taught us anything, it is how interconnected we are and dependant on one another. Our faith tradition is of great inspiration and offers

Update – March 27th

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope this message finds you well and healthy. I would like to thank you for your understanding, patience, and prayers during this time. Again, on behalf of our staff please know we are thinking of you and missing our students. You should have or will be receiving communication from your child’s teacher

Looking Ahead

Dear Parents and Guardians, On behalf of all of our staff, I wanted to reach out to let you know that we are thinking of our students and families, and hoping you are all keeping well. Please continue to follow the advice of Halton Public Health to help stop the spread of COVID-19, including the

Reaching Out – Mar 23rd

Hello St. Vincent Community, I wanted to take the time to reach out and check in with all of you. I would like you to know that on behalf of the St. Vincent community, we are all thinking about our students and families and hope you are all well and staying safe. I know this

Weekly Update – March 9th

Lent is a good time for sacrificing. Let us deny ourselves something everyday to help others ~ Pope Francis Public Speaking Congratulations to all our classroom representatives who presented at our school level public speaking competition. All your speeches were inspiring and thought-provoking. Thank you to our judges: Ms. Carnelos, Mr. Guerin and Mrs. Hogan,

See the Problem Be the Solution

Student Entries for Anti-Bullying Initiative Some of our students took the initiative to enter the Board-wide See the Problem Be the Solution contest. They could choose to create work using a variety of media including posters, videos or songs. The theme was to create a positive message around any of these topics: equity and diversity,

Weekly Update – March 2nd

Lent comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy ~ Pope Francis OECTA Job Action – All HCDSB Schools Will Be CLOSED to Students on Thursday, March 5, 2020 The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) announced that they will hold a one-day, province-wide full withdrawal of services (walkout) on Thursday, March

Mental Health Tip of the Month

Mental Health Tip of the Month – February 2020 – Self Care Despite February being a short month with only 28 days, it can feel like a long one due to the shorter days, lack of sunshine and cold weather.  Being attentive to how we are feeling, along with being intentional about our self-care is

Weekly Update – February 24th

Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education ~ Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrating Black History Month During this month, we will be sharing information on important people and events from our History over the PA. This past week we learned about the Civil Rights Movement and its impact on making change. This