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Weekly Update – April 9th

He is not here; He is RISEN Mark 16:6 We have come to the end of our first week of distance learning. The goal this week was to welcome everyone into the virtual classroom and re-establish the connection between our teachers and students.  It was not the kind of ‘back to school’ reunion we have

An Easter Message from the Chair of our Board

To Our HCDSB family,  As Catholics, Holy Week is a marked time of renewal and hope, typically pronounced by the physical church as a visible social institution where our clergy are able to tend to us. During these unprecedented times of a pandemic which has led to schools and churches being closed, social distancing, isolation from family, friends and co-workers, our priests are having to find new ways to connect so that we may

Holy Week at Home

Families are invited to participate in the rituals and spirit of Holy Week at home. View the following Holy Week at Home resources for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday.

Part 1 of Kindergarten Registration Available Online!

Although schools are closed, we are still accepting Kindergarten registrations online! When Can My Child Begin Kindergarten? To register your child to begin Junior Kindergarten (Year 1) in September, 2020, your child must be four years old by December 31, 2020. Children enrolled in Senior Kindergarten (Year 2) must be five years old by December

Access to Student Learning Platforms

At HCDSB, we support the use of the following online learning platforms:  D2L Google for Education Microsoft Office 365​​ Your child’s teacher will use one of the above platforms to provide instruction. Visit the website links above to access your child’s online learning and for more information about each platform. If your child needs assistance

Accessing Websites for Teacher-led Distance Learning

There are three main websites that students will be using to access their teacher-led distance learning: Google Classrooms Brightspace D2L (Desire to Learn) Microsoft Office 365 (includes Office applications such as Word, OneNote, and Teams) Your child’s teacher will have communicated which site your children will be using to access their learning, along with the

Cancellation of School Programs

Cancellations In light of the current COVID-19 health situation, our school board has made the decision to CANCEL a number of activities and programs for the remainder of this school year. Although at this time schools are scheduled to re-open for students on Monday, May 4, given the current uncertainty and the rapidly changing developments

Weekly Update – April 6th

Palm Sunday Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” John 12:13 As we enter into Holy Week, please let us pray together for the safety and well-being of our community. In listening to Father Con’s homily https://www.standrewoakville.com/sunday-masses-online/ today during Palm Sunday mass, he emphasized the need to focus on “The

Televised Sunday Mass with Bishop Crosby

Each week, the Diocese of Hamilton will be televising Sunday Mass live from the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King. Tune in live each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. on Cable 14 or watch the rerun at 1:00 p.m. on CHCH TV. For more information about televised Masses, and to see a list of online Mass

Updated: Food & Resources Available for Families in Halton

During the school closure period, Halton Food for Thought, Food for Life and Food4Kids Halton have partnered to provide food and resources for students and families who need it most. Families in need of additional support are asked to contact Food for Life by phone: 905-635-1106 ext. 7, or through email: goodfood@foodforlife.ca to register. For more information about additional food services and