The school-parish relationship is so important to our students at St. Dominic School. We are so blessed and grateful for being able to walk to our local parish to attend class mass with Father Roger at St. Dominic Church.
John Cabot C.S.S. participated in a school-wide Lenten sacrifice of a Clothing Drive. Staff and students donated gently-used clothing for men, women and children. All clothing items were donated to Dr. Simone’s warehouse and the Good Shepherd Ministries.
Georges Vanier School’s ‘Tell Me Something Good’ Wall is a fun way to spread positive, encouraging and motivating messages to students and teachers within the school.
Staff at the Catholic Education Centre ‘Rocked Their Socks’ in support of World Down Syndrome Day.
Grade 12 Art students from John Cabot Catholic Secondary School were invited by the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario to illustrate the 2019 members calendar based on the theme of trust.
After a triumphant round of competition in Orlando, the Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School Cheerleader Team took First Place in School Small/Medium Varsity, School Game Day and Grand Champion School. Hip, Hip, Hooray!
On February 5, Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School Communication Technology students took a tour of the TSN facility in Toronto and were on set for a live broadcast.
On March 19, trustees and staff participated in a Moccasin Project workshop with Nancy Rowe, from the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. The moccasins created are sent to local Indigenous organizations who will deliver them to babies in care.
Students at Robert F. Hall C.S.S., had the opportunity to participate in a spike ball OFSAA Try Day. Students were engaged in quick movement, teamwork and learning a new skill to help improve physical fitness.
St. Albert of Jerusalem School’s new Encouragement Wall is a wonderful way to spread the word to others that, with positive words and validation, we can motivate each other to be happy and do great things.
More than 350 secondary students attended the Black Futures Symposium, which included keynote Father Tony Ricard from the Archdiocese of New Orleans, a panel discussion on race, black identity and black consciousness, followed by a series of workshops.
In celebration of Black History Month, Grades 3 and 4 students at Sts. Peter and Paul School presented a Black History Wax Museum.
Students from John Cabot Catholic Secondary School’s Eco Team held their first Swap Shop to promote ways to create sustainable living. For every item donated to the Swap Shop students were given a ticket with which to shop.
Congratulations to St. Alfred School, recipients of the Wilde Wood Award from the City of Mississauga Traffic Safety Council for their enthusiasm and dedication in promoting safety for students travelling to and from school.
Congratulations to St. Barbara School, recipients of the Wilde Wood Award from the City of Mississauga Traffic Safety Council for their enthusiasm and dedication in promoting safety for students travelling to and from school.
February 1 marked World Read Aloud Day 2019 and Holy Family School invited friends from our community to help us share the importance of a love of reading.
John Cabot Catholic Secondary School’s Business & SHSM students placed first overall with their plan for incorporating technology into the curriculum at Junior Achievement’s annual Hackathon event at Deloitte HQ.
On January 11, Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School's SHSM Arts and Culture students demonstrated their talents in a Drama and Dance show.
The St. Andrew School Choir performed the Canadian and American national anthems at the January 8 Toronto Raptors game against the Atlanta Hawks.
John Cabot hosted a Bay Street Deconstructed Career Fair that focused on the financial services and insurance industries.