Diseases can spread to people through mosquito or tick bites, or contact with animals. Therefore, it’s important to know how to avoid these diseases.
October 5th is World Teachers’ Day. Created by UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), World Teachers’ Day recognizes the contributions of teachers worldwide and helps to raise awareness, understanding and appreciation for the invaluable contributions that teachers make to education and development throughout the world.
The York Catholic District School Board extends a heartfelt thank you to all of its ... Continue reading "YCDSB celebrates World Teachers’ Day, October 5th"
Throughout October the Learning Disabilities Associations of Ontario will be marking LD Awareness month. In York Region the key event will be their 40th Anniversary Event taking place on September 26th 2016. However this month long effort is about more than events, rather it is about raising awareness and reducing stigma to allow people to get the supports they need to reach their potential. ... Continue reading "October is Learning Disabilities Awareness month"
We are asking for your help in collecting new or gently used winter coats to distribute to families in need in York Region.
Please drop off men’s, women’s, and children’s coats to our School Chapel by Friday, October 14.
The winter wear collected at the school will be sent to the Saint Vincent de Paul Coat Drive, which will be held ... Continue reading "Society of St. Vincent de Paul Winter Coat Drive"
We would like to extend a warm welcome to the newest members of our STL community. On Tuesday, September 6, all grade 9 students are to attend the Grade 9 Orientation from 8:10 – 2:15pm. Please enter through the main doors where you will be greeted by our Spirit Squad. Locate your name on one of the four lists that will be posted in the ... Continue reading "Grade 9 Orientation 2016"