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Halloween 2020

Halloween will look a little different this year for all of us.

At School:

* 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"

Staff Directory

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.

Catholic School Council Members

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"

Curated Library Resource Website

Dear Parents/Guardians:

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

https://sites.google.com/ycdsb.ca/sirrichardcuratedlibraryresour/home

Please feel free to contact ... Continue reading "Curated Library Resource Website"

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Coding in New Math Curriculum

The new Mathematics Curriculum of Ontario now contains expectations related to coding. There are many reasons why coding is important for our students. To name a few, coding provides an outlet for students to leverage technology to solve relevant problems in their community, a pathway for nurturing digital discipleship, and context for developing various global competencies needed to thrive in the modern workplace.  

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