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Halloween will look a little different this year for all of us.
* on Friday, students may wear costumes but need to adhere to our rules regarding costumes: NO masks, they will still be wearing their masks as per public health during the day; NO weapons of any sort or fake blood; make sure the costume is one that ... Continue reading "Halloween 2020"
Here is the new staff list with our newly formed hybrid model: ... Continue reading "Staff Directory"Grade Teacher JK/SK L. Schirripa JK/SK L. Innamorato Gr. 1 K. Nelson Gr. 1/2 B. Kung Gr. 2/3 J. Varghese Gr. 3 S. Johnson Gr. 4 E. Geraghty Gr. 4/5 C. Kindiak Gr. 5/6 L. Intraligi Gr. 6 P. Grossi Gr. 7 V. Lee-Chan Gr. 7/8 Remote R. Attard Gr. 8 A.
Thank you to all that responded to the online nomination form for our Catholic School Council for 2020-2021 school year. We have had nine nominations come forward so there will be no need for a school wide election. All nine members will form our council this year. During the first council meeting, the nine members will vote for the executive positions of: chair, secretary and ... Continue reading "Catholic School Council Members"
It is hard to believe that we have made it to the end of the school year already?! While I only began my appointment as principal to Sir Richard W. Scott Catholic School in January, I have gotten to know many of the students, staff, and parents quite well over the past few months. Sir Richard W. Scott is ... Continue reading "Principal’s Year-End Message, June 2020"
Please click on the link below to access a collection of FREE online learning materials, websites, and apps; that your children may find useful. We thank our teacher-librarian, Ms. So, for curating this library resource website for our school community.
Curated Library Resources for Students and Families
Please feel free to contact ... Continue reading "Curated Library Resource Website"
Time spent in nature and with friends is good for our Mental Health and well-being. Remember to physically distance, even when outside, with non-family members.
Take the time to get to know others, express gratitude and compassion for others, as you walk in their shoes. We all play a part in the health and well-being of each other.
The Bike to School Challenge, during the month of September, is a great way to include physical activity during the day. For more information visit Bike Month 2020.