CONGRATULATIONS to the following students who have been recognized for living the Catholic Monthly Virtue of JUSTICE to their peers during the month of November.
Daniel C., Riley L., Kieran F., Elliot W., Victoria F., Olivia M., Luke R., Maya F., Alessia S., Reesor C-B., Scarlett DC., Nico R-D., Carson L., Kaylee G., Ethan S., Jackson B., Sarah R., Manuel A., ... Continue reading "NOVEMBER CATHOLIC VIRTUE RECIPIENTS"
On November 21st, one of our grade eight students, Julianna, was invited to Ottawa to speak at Conservation Canada 2020. This was an exciting opportunity for her and we, as a school community, celebrate her commitment and dedication to our environment. Click on the link below to see a copy of her speech.
School transportation service may be cancelled from time to time due to inclement weather and/or poor road conditions. Unless otherwise stated, schools will remain open when transportation services are cancelled.
The safety and well-being of our students is taken into consideration when making decisions concerning transportation service cancellation. Information regarding the cancellation of school transportation or school closures will be made available by ... Continue reading "YCDSB Inclement Weather Notification"
Dear Supporters of Catholic Education,
In November, the Ontario Liberal Party launched their “Common Ground” website: http://commonground.ontarioliberal.ca.
This website invites the public to put forward proposals that address particular provincial needs and priorities. One of the current suggestions is a proposal for the amalgamation of ... Continue reading "Your Support of Catholic Education is Needed!"
Dear Parents/Guardians at St. Brendan, St. Brigid and St. Mark,
As you may be aware, the York Catholic District School Board has received funding from the Ministry of Education for a multi-use school in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. The YCDSB has identified a site for the new facility, which is ideally situated in proximity to existing and future residential development.
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.