In May, the St. Paul Secondary School Archery Team competed in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Championships. The team won 9 of the 11 awards including top team in the high school division.
As part of their Catholic Education Week activities, St. Roch C.S.S. students organized a “Drive Thru/Thank You” day on Wednesday, where students handed out freshly baked cookies and cheered parents as they dropped off their kids at school.
St. Luke School kicked off Catholic Education Week with a visit from Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie. Mayor Crombie shared with us her Catholic journey and the wonderful work she is involved with to create a more loving and peaceful earth.
On May 5, EQAO presented St. Edmund School with the 2016 Dr. Bette M. Stephenson Recognition of Achievement Award. This award recognizes schools across the province for their use of data to enhance and support the progress of their students.
Students from St. Bonaventure Catholic School created a beautiful Cherry Blossom Tree for their school foyer, which included the names of every student, staff, support team member and PLASP employee. The tree represents acceptance and inclusion of all.
Georges Vanier School, in partnership with the Peel Regional Police and Mac’s Convenience Stores, launched the “Positive Ticketing Campaign”. This initiative recognizes and rewards positive behavior in the community.
Grade 12 students from St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School took part in the religious education retreat at Regeneration in downtown Brampton. Students were responsible for preparing a restaurant style meal for people in the community who are in need.
On May 19, students at St. Edmund Campion Secondary School had the opportunity to celebrate the anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima by participating in a procession which lead to the praying of the Rosary amongst all students.
John Cabot Catholic Secondary School community helped raise over $2,500 to sponsor five athletes who are competing in the 2017 Special Olympics to be held as part of the Ontario Summer Games.
On April 29, Croatian students in the St. Sebastian School International Language program, were visited by a travelling delegation of university professors from Croatia.
On May 16, the St. Agnes School Primary Choir performed at the Catholic Education Centre's weekly Mass presided by Father Martin Pereira.
Congratulations to our newly elected Student Trustees for 2017-18: Kris Tom (Notre Dame C.S.S.) and Scott Cameron (St. Martin S.S.).