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 all Ontario schools under one non-denominational ... Continue reading "Board Notice"
As we prepare ourselves for the Christmas Holidays, St. Patrick Catholic School will host its Christmas Concert on the evening of Wednesday, December 20, 2017. We hope this evening will be a jolly and festive way to end a wonderful year, with many memories and blessings, and look forward to many exciting things to come in 2018.
The York Catholic District School Board recognizes concerns related to pediculosis (head lice) at the school and community level. Pediculosis (head lice) are not a public hazard, as they do not cause illness, but they are a nuisance. To prevent pediculosis (head lice) from becoming a problem at our school we all need to work together. Please check your child’s head ... Continue reading "Pediculosis (Head Lice)"
As the flu season nears, York Region Public Health encourages us to get the flu shot as early as possible. Please read the attached information letter, provided by York Region Public Health, which outlines where you can get the flu shot and strategies to avoid the flu.
Popcorn Fridays are coming to St. Patrick! Beginning Friday, November 9th, we will be selling Foodland Ontario Popcorn from 11:45 am-12:05 pm. “Butter-Salt” and “White Cheddar” flavors will be available for purchasing. The cost for a bag of popcorn will be $2.00 each. Please refer to the attached letter for more information. Popcorn Fundraiser Letter
Healthy eating and nutrition is connected with mental health and well-being and promotes academic success. The York Catholic District School Board supports the Ministry of Education’s Food and Beverage Policy and promotes healthy school nutrition environments.
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.