The season of Advent will soon be underway at home and at school. We will once again be busy preparing to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas.
This Christmas, Luke 4.18 will be selling candy cane grams.
Candy Cane Grams:
From Tuesday, November 28 to Friday, December 1,The Luke 4:18 Social Justice Committee will be selling Candy Cane Grams. ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18: Candy Cane Grams Nov 28th Dec 1st"
Our Luke 4:18 committee will be leading and running a toy drive in support of the York Regional Police Holiday Heroes Campaign. Suggested donations include:
- Unwrapped new toys for kids of all ages
- Gift Cards for kids and teens with the amount written on it (drop off in the office)
Your donations will go to children and ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18: Holiday Heroes Toy and Gift Card Drive"
According to the latest results from the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) and the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT), York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) students outpace their provincial peers in all areas of testing.
“We are very proud of our students and staff for the high level of achievement they consistently demonstrate throughout the school year,” says Domenic Scuglia, YCDSB ... Continue reading "York Catholic Students Continue to Beat Provincial Averages on EQAO and OSSLT Results"
This fall, the York Catholic District School Board will host a series of in-person high school open houses for parents and graduating elementary school students starting secondary school next September. All Grade 8 students and their parents who reside ... Continue reading "YCDSB Secondary School Open House Schedule"
As we start a new school year, we hope you will take some time to review the SafeArrival information below.
When your child is sick, we understand that informing their school can be easily forgotten. But when absent students are not reported and office staff are unable to contact their parent/guardian, schools must assume the child is lost ... Continue reading "SafeArrival Information: Keeping Our Kids Safe"