This is a reminder that Monday February 20th, 2017 is Family Day. There are no scheduled classes for students. Classes will resume on Tuesday February 21st, 2017. Enjoy your long weekend!
Shrove Tuesday (February 28, 2017), the day before Ash Wednesday (March 1st, 2017) marks the beginning of Lent. Shrove Tuesday is a reminder that as Christians we are entering a season of penance and reflection in the preparation for the coming of Christ. As is tradition, on Shrove Tuesday, members of the Maple … Continue reading “Shrove Tuesday”
Author Josephine Vaccaro Chang is coming to Blessed Trinity! She is the author of the book, We Are Colourful Friends. Her presentation promotes early literacy in an engaging way with the use of puppets. You can view details of her book and presentation at wearecolourfulfriends.ca . She will be presenting to the Kindergarten … Continue reading “Author Visit-Josephine Vaccaro Chang”
Celebrated annually around the globe, Pink Shirt Day began in Canada in 2007 when two students, David Shepherd and Travis Price, took a stand against homophobic bullying after a grade 10 student was harassed and threatened for wearing pink. David and Travis bought dozens of pink shirts and distributed them to their male classmates to wear the … Continue reading “Pink/Civvies Day Feb 22”
The French and Italian Departments have organized a fun-filled Carnaval/Carnevale Week, taking place the week of February 13-17. The theme for this years Carnaval/Carnevale is: MON CHER CANADA…150 ans!
Revised update as of Monday, February 20, 2017 at 10:21 p.m. Message from the Director of Education, Patricia Preston Update on the Ongoing Investigations related to the Maple PAR The Director of Education has completed all inquiries related to the Maple Pupil Accommodation Review (“PAR”). The first inquiry concerned a September 2, 2016 email, sent … Continue reading “Update, February 20, 2017: Message from the Director of Education regarding MAPLE PAR”
The York Catholic District School Board’s Multi-Year Strategic Plan identifies four commitments to our stakeholders. They include: the Integration of Catholic Faith, the Continuous Improvement of Student Achievement, the Effective Use of Our Resources and Engaging Our Communities. Faced with increasing financial restraints, these commitments continue to guide the Board’s decision-making on new investments and … Continue reading “Changes to the Winter School Site Maintenance Program”