Members of the Cayuga Nation, Wolf Clan and Six Nations of the Grand River spent two days at St. Aidan Catholic Elementary School in preparation for National Indigenous Peoples Day, sharing their beautiful history and culture with students.
On May 13, 16 Core French, Extended French and French Immersion students from St. Edmund Campion and Cardinal Léger Secondary Schools participated in Le Débat Inaugural en Français.
Students at Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School celebrated their ROPSSAA Special Events Track and Field accomplishments.
Father Clair Tipping School student collected over 700 lbs. of food donations through their Food Drive for the Knights Table, enough for 10 families for one week.
Grade 12 students from Loyola Catholic Secondary School got some hands on experience on their retreat at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre in Guelph by planting trees indigenous to the area.
John Cabot C.S.S. Grade 12 student Max Okarynskyy won second prize in the Peel Regional Police ‘What If Everyone Did Something?’ Poster Contest. His poster will be featured on MiWay Buses and in movie cinemas in the Region of Peel.
Principal Drago Radic, in the spirit of servant leadership, humbly, washes the feet of students and staff during the Holy Thursday presentations at Cardinal Leger Secondary School. Jesus came not to be served but, to serve.
Students at St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School came together to celebrate Holy Thursday with a school wide liturgy which featured this painting of the Last Supper by Grade 9 student Judi Esposo.
On April 15, the City of Mississauga, in partnership with EcoSource, held an Earth Day event at EcoSource’s community garden, outdoor classroom and teaching kitchen at St. Hilary School.
On April 11, John Cabot Catholic Secondary School celebrated Vocations Day. Students had the opportunity to listen to witness talks and personal testimonies about how they were called to religious life.
On April 9, The Toronto Argonauts came to Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School for a Huddle Up Assembly in support of Bullying Prevention.
On April 4, the Mississauga North Family of Schools hosted the Living as Joyful Disciples Hope and Joy Student Conference for 140 Grade 6, 7 and 8 students.