The Luke 4:18 Committee invites you to support our charitable goals by purchasing a rafiki bracelet. In Swahili, the word for friend is rafiki. This is an opportunity to celebrate all the special people in your life who make you stronger. Using traditional art forms, each piece is handcrafted by a mama in Kenya who is empowered through earning a fair wage for her work. ... Continue reading "Luke 4:18 ‘Me to We’ Initiative"
As part of our next Eco/Luke 4:18 initiative, our school focus will be on “Saving our Trees” . Throughout the month of January we will be collecting any used or unwanted books. These books will then be given to local charities and our parish church. Students will learn about the importance of collecting and REUSING , rather than recycling materials. Students will visit classrooms to ... Continue reading "“Saving our Trees” Initiative"
Click the link below to find our January Newsletter. Inside you will find information regarding the month’s activities as well as updates on school news. Also please click the links for more information about the Lice Squad program taking place at our school this month.
Last week our Boys Intermediate Volleyball Team wrapped up an amazing season. The team started their journey back in September and it certainly went the distance. Lead by their dedicated coaches, Mr. Spadafina and Ms. Palumbo, the team was able to win the school area tournament and advanced to the regional tournament. At regionals, the boys played extremely well and finished the tournament in second ... Continue reading "Boys Intermediate Volleyball Champions"
Our Primary grades did an absolutely beautiful job in putting together this year’s Advent Liturgy. Singing, prayers and dramatization all contributed to making this year’s Advent liturgy a very memorable one. Click the link below to view the entire group picture from the performance. A special thank you to all our Primary teachers, as well as, our French teachers that were apart of the liturgy. ... Continue reading "Primary Advent Liturgy"
Healthy eating and nutrition is connected with mental health and well-being and promotes academic success. The York Catholic District School Board supports the Ministry of Education’s Food and Beverage Policy and promotes healthy school nutrition environments.
Daily Physical Activity (DPA) enhances student well-being and academic success. It is the policy of the York Catholic District School Board to promote and sustain a Healthy School environment to encourage an active healthy lifestyle. #DPAEveryday.