Thank-you to all families for your participation in our Laura Secord Boutique Chocolate Fundraiser Campaign. The fundraiser is fully underway and will continue until October 31st, when we will celebrate with a Much Music Video DJ Halloween Dance! Our school goal is to raise $30,000 which will help the school purchase:
- Assistive Technology Devices for the Classroom
- Author Visits and ... Continue reading "October Fundraiser"
This year, Picture Day will take place on Monday, October 30th. Picture Day will also be a Civvies Day.
The Much Music Video DJ is returning to Blessed Trinity for our Halloween Dance! The dance is scheduled for Tuesday, October 31st. For the Halloween Dance, students may wear:
A Halloween Costume or Halloween Colours or Civvies
For safety reasons, students are NOT to wear masks with their costumes. In addition, students are NOT to accessorize their ... Continue reading "Much Music Video DJ Dance"
Each October, York Region Children’s Aid Society raises awareness about how to identify child abuse and neglect, while educating the public about the important role each person has in keeping children safe. Once again, York Region Children’s Aid Society is asking for the support of YCDSB by inviting our schools to participate in a provincial Dress Purple Day on Tuesday, October 24th, 2017. This campaign ... Continue reading "Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017"
Blessed Trinity will celebrate Thanksgiving with a Mass at St. David’s Parish (weather permitting) on Tuesday, October 10th at 1:30 p.m. All Blessed Trinity community members are welcome to attend. In addition, our FDK Liturgy will be held at Blessed Trinity on Tuesday, October 10th.
School Boards across Ontario are demonstrating their commitment to Truth and Reconciliation by providing Land Acknowledgements that honour Indigenous Peoples and traditional lands. At the York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB), we echo the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario (ACBO) in their response to the Calls to Action through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Start the new school year with healthy habits.