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St. Patrick CES started Catholic Education Week with STREAM activities for students from JK-8. The students had the opportunity to attend various workshops, including: Spheros, Ozobots, Engineering challenges and much more.
Catholic communities of faith are asked each spring to help others by donating to ShareLife. Before the Pandemic, our students raised money by participating in “Bowling for ShareLife”. This year, we are happy to bring back this St. Pat’s ShareLife tradition on Friday, May 13th, 2022.
On Friday, May 13th:
- Each class will be scheduled to bowl for one hour. ... Continue reading "Bowling for ShareLife"
Welcome to the month of May. We delight in the way in which Spring continues to unfold, with the opening of buds and the glorious bursts of flowers and leaves. Temperatures warm the landscape. We celebrate Catholic Education Week from May 2nd to 6th. This year’s theme is “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together” We continue our celebration of the Easter Season throughout the month of May. ... Continue reading "Celebrating Catholic Education Week"
God help me to honour my commitments to my family, school and community. Help me to be dependable and reliable and to be accountable for all the things I say and do.
St. Patrick’s Breastplate (excerpt)
Christ ever with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me
Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me
Christ to my right side, Christ to my left side
Christ in his breadth, Christ in his length, Christ in depth
Christ in the heart of every man who thinks of me ... Continue reading "Celebrating our Patron Saint Patrick"
Each year, Catholic school boards across Canada come together to celebrate the Gospel values and teachings that enrich our curriculum and strengthen our school communities.
The theme of Catholic Education Week 2022, “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”, is inspired by the transformative power of faith – for families, for students, for the world.
... Continue reading "It’s time to double check your School Support Designation!"
- That you need to be registered as an English Separate School Supporter to attend a York Catholic elementary school?
- That you need to be
Reading Rainbow live-streamed readings are back!
Thanks to the Reading Rainbow Team, all York Catholic elementary schools are once again invited to participate in a live-streamed book reading event in celebration of Black Heritage Month.
On February 24th, student leaders from St. Joan of Arc CHS in Maple, St. Theresa of Lisieux CHS in Richmond Hill and Father Michael ... Continue reading "Black Heritage Month – Reading Rainbow Live Stream Event"