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St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School
"For the Greater Glory of God"
905.820.3900
  • St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School
  • 2800 Erin Centre Blvd.
  • Mississauga ON , L5M 6R5
  • Principal: Michael Freitas
  • Vice Principal(s): Laura Di Gennaro
    Andrew Kwiecien
    Mirella Palmisano

  • Superintendents: Martine Lewis
  • Trustee: Brea Corbet (Mississauga Ward 9)
    Sharon Hobin (Mississauga Ward 8)
    Luz del Rosario (Mississauga Ward 11)
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gonzaga crest 2.pngeLearning 2022-23 - Ministry of Education Update for eLearning

On February 1, 2022 the Ministry of Education issued the Policy and Procedures Memorandum (PPM 167) regarding the Online learning graduation requirement.  

Beginning with the cohort of students who entered Grade 9 in the 2020-21 school year, all students must earn a minimum of two online learning credits as part of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma unless they have been opted out or exempted in accordance with the processes described in the memorandum (PPM167).

Adult learners entering the Ontario secondary school system in 2023-24 or later will also be required to meet this graduation requirement unless they opt themselves out of the requirement in accordance with the processes described in this memorandum. 

The complete memorandum can be accessed in the link provided herein, for your perusal. Policy/Program Memorandum 167 

In order to opt of the online learning graduation requirement, students will need to return a hard copy to the guidance office by Friday June 3rd, 2022.  Please note that a hard copy of this attachment will be distributed to each of the grade 9 & 10 students. More information regarding online courses will be communicated via the guidance department. Opt-out form-eLearning-DPCDSB.pdf

All students who are considering eLearning courses, please visit https://www3.dpcdsb.org/programs-services/elearning for some of the following frequently asked questions:

  • What is eLearning (online graduation requirement) and how does it differ from other course types?
  • What are the benefits of online/eLearning?
  • What are programs or course deliveries that would not be eligible for the online learning graduation requirement?

 For a list of courses that will be available in 2022-23 please visit https://www3.dpcdsb.org/programs-services/elearning/getting-started

 Students are encouraged to review the 'Steps' to considering eLearning and speak to their Guidance Counsellor for more information and registration information.

gonzaga crest 2.pngFor those who take the school bus to and from school...  Please log into STOPR​ to ensure you are getting on the correct bus.  

gonzaga crest 2.pngCaraZaga! 2022: Beyond Borders - Your Ticket to Exploring the World

Gonzaga's evening of celebration of diversity and multiculturalism is back in person this year! Join us on Friday, May 27th, 2022 from 6-9 pm for a night of food, crafts, performances and more. This event is free to attend. If you want to sample some food or purchase merchandise, you can purchase tickets for these at the event ($5 for 15 items).  All proceeds will go to Development and Peace - Caritas Canada. For more information contact Mr. Andaya at 905-820-3900 ext. 70106 or Ramil.Andaya@dpcdsb.org.

gonzaga crest 2.png​St. Aloysius Gonzaga will be offering the transition program,  "Get Ready! for Secondary School Summer Program 2022"  once again this year. 

"Get Ready!" is designed to welcome our grade 9 students before beginning classes in September 2022. This program will be face - to - face depending on Peel Public Health Conditions and will run from August 29-August 31st from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  This is not a mandatory program.  All registrations must be done by June 16th, 2022.  There will be no late or walk in registrations.  Further details can be found in the attachment.  Get Ready_2022 Sec School Summer Program (002).pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngProm information:

1) Grad Assembly GRAD ASSEMBLY Powerpoint.pptx
2) Prom Guest Form Prom Guest Form 2022.pdf
3) Prom Table Arrangement 2022 Prom Table Arrangement FORM.pdf

 gonzaga crest 2.pngOn Thursday May 19th, the Gonzaga community will be entertained by the amazing talent that Gonzaga students have to offer in our Gonzaga Coffee House.  The school community will come together to enjoy in the sights and sounds of Gonzaga musicians and performers.  This year's Coffee House theme will focus on the Japanese culture.  The décor will be beautiful and everyone who attends will be entertained and amazed.

gonzaga crest 2.pngAs per Ministry of Education PPM 167 students must earn two eLearning credits to graduate from secondary school.  This requirement applies to ALL students that started high school during the 2020-2021 school year.  By completing the attached annual "Opt-Out Form for eLearning Graduation Requirement" students may choose NOT to complete an online course for this upcoming school year.  ONLY students choosing to Opt-Out from eLearning for this upcoming school year need to return a hard copy to the guidance office by Friday June 3rd, 2022.  Please note that a hard copy of this attachment will be distributed to each of the grade 9 & 10 students. More information regarding online courses will be communicated via the guidance department. Opt-out form-eLearning-DPCDSB.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngMay 11:  Gonzaga Dignity – Paid Dress Down Day

gonzaga crest 2.pngMay 17:  Gonzaga Spirit Wear and Cultural Day (students are encouraged to wear Cultural Wear to support and promote CaraZaga)

  • The following qualifies for spirit/cultural wear
    • Students must wear their uniform pants and shoes
    • Spirit Tops must be:
      • Gonzaga Club / Team / Purchased Spirit Wear
    • Cultural Tops must be:
      • National team wear or clothing item
    • NOTE:  wearing blue and/or orange or your nations colour is not in the spirit of the day

gonzaga crest 2.pngMay 27:  Gonzaga Cultural Wear Day (students can dress in cultural wear)

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic School Trustees MN Trustees - May 2022 Newsletter.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngDid you miss your grad photo at Gonzaga?  Please reserve a spot this weekend (April 30th) at the pop-up location. To book, go to

  • Bookmygrad.ca
  • Select book at Studio
  • Select Mississauga

gonzaga crest 2.pngParent-Teacher Conference Information SAG Parent Interview Parent Communication Spring 2022.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngFamily of Schools CCCSC Spring Parent Engagement Event - May 12, 2022 May 12- MS_MN Parent Engagement Presentation.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic School Trustees - MN Trustees - April 2022 Newsletter.pdf
gonzaga crest 2.pngClass of 2022 Graduation - Tuesday June 28th, 2022 - Info regarding:  Grad Mass (Parents and Graduates), Grad Brunch (Graduates), Grad Ceremony (Graduates and families)Graduation Important Day of Information.pdf   and   Graduation Important Information.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.png Morning Drop-Off and Afternoon Pick-Up Information: traffic issue.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic Trustees (March 2022 Newsletter): MN Trustee - March 2022 Newsletter.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.png03/03/2022 School Information: Letter Presumed Case in School Gonzaga Mar 08 2022.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngOpen Access Registration: If you are a student currently attending a non-DPCDSB school, please complete the following:

Part 1: Visit the DPCDSB website and scroll down to REGISTRATION PROCESS and click on “Online Application System” to begin part 1 of the process.
Part 2: Please read the following to complete the registration process. Click here.

Reminder: Registration package distribution will be on Tuesday February 8th from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Please note: To return the completed registration package, you will have to schedule a drop-off time.  You can schedule that time by clicking on "Click here" in Part 2 (above).

gonzaga crest 2.pngDaily Schedule:

Warning Bell 8:15
Period 1 8:20-9:38
Period 2 9:43-10:58
Period 3A 11:03-11:43
Period 3B 11:43-12:23
Period 3C 12:23-12:58
Period 4 13:03-14:18

gonzaga crest 2.pngFebruary 2022 Newsletter from our Catholic School Trustees: MN February 2022 Newsletter- GONZA.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngFebruary 2022 Newsletter from Principal, Mr. Freitas: February 2022 Update.pdf ​

gonzaga crest 2.pngSTOPR updates their bus routes regularly.  Please log into STOPR regularly to see if your son's/daughter's route has been updated.

gonzaga crest 2.pngNew For those who take the school bus, please read:STOPR memo for January 17 2022.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic Trustees (January 2022 Newsletter) Trustee Newsletter January 2022 GONZA.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic Trustees - MN - December 2021 Newsletter.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngDecember 2021 Newsletter from Principal Mr. Freitas - December 2021 Update - St. Aloysius Gonzaga.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic Trustees - MN November 2021.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngSt. Aloysius Gonzaga Update: November 2021 Update.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngOct 14th 2021 - Student Activity Fee Information Student Activity Fee.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngPlease read:October 2021 Update - St. Aloysius Gonzaga.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngPlease read: Letter to Community Oct 3 2021.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngOctober Newsletter from our Catholic Trustees MN Trustee Newsletter October 2021.pdf

gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our Catholic Trustees - MN September 2021.pdf 

gonzaga crest 2.pngAWARDS - Congratulations to the following students:

Award​Description​Recipient
​Governor General Award (Guidance)​Gonzaga graduating student who has the highest academic average of their graduating class​Jeffrey Martinovic

 

gonzaga crest 2.png2021-2022 School Uniform Information via McCarthy Uniforms:

This year, McCarthy is recommending early shop times to avoid late-August line ups. Long wait times will be the reality this year, given that McCarthy's must adhere to strict social distancing measures and simply can't accept normal in-store volumes. In some cases, only five customers will be permitted in stores at any one time. McCarthy's has informed us that to support families during this time they have implemented an installment payment program (online only), introduced volume discount buying options and invested in a variety of web support tools to make online shopping easy & fast!  All school uniform products can be exchanged for up to a year and returned until September. 

Below are three ways to shop for school uniforms.

There are three ways to shop for your school uniform:

1. Your School E-Store
Did you know your school has a custom e-store, complete with fit videos, uniform guides and specialized advice? Visit your school store by 'searching for your school' on McCarthy Uniforms' home page. McCarthy's recently launched a handy web chat feature and have staffed their call-centre so that you can have the support you need if you need some help along the way !  Online shoppers can also now enjoy the industry's first flexible payment plan (interest-free payments over six weeks !).
Shop online by 'searching for our school' at:
 www.mccarthyuniforms.ca

2. Private Appointments Available
When stores are permitted to reopen after June 14th, appointments will be made available for virtual or in store shopping. To manage your time, you can book an appointment on your home store, accessible on the website below.
Book a personalized fitting by choosing 'book an appointment' on your home store site accessible on:  https://www.mccarthyuniforms.ca/ (search for your school; appointment booking buttons are located on your school e-store)

3. Your School Call Centre
Your call-centre is open for shopping !  By giving McCarthy's a shout at 416-593-6900 or toll-free at 1-800-668-8261 Alex and his team would be happy to assist you with your school uniform purchase or questions ! McCarthy's call centre is staffed with uniform specialists who know the ins & outs of our uniform policy.
Call McCarthy's at:
416-593-6900 or
1-800-668-8261

 

 gonzaga crest 2.pngInformation Regarding Diploma Distribution 2021 Gonzaga Diploma Pick-Up Info 2021.pdf
gonzaga crest 2.pngPlease read: GONZA transition letter - June 2021.pdf
gonzaga crest 2.pngIn anticipation of the transition from school to summer vacation, the Special Education and Learning Services Department has developed the following resource with over 100 activities, "Interactive Summer Resources for Students With Diverse Learning Needs 2021" to support families with students with differing abilities during the time spent at home during July and August.  The resource includes: literacy, mathematics, online resources, virtual field trips, movement activities and general interest choice boards.  The resource is also available on the Board Website under the side tab Online Learning Resources and then under the subheading Special Education and Learning Services.
gonzaga crest 2.pngAre you in grade 9 or 10 and interested in being a Mental Health Champion for the 2021-2022 school year? Student Mental Health and Wellness Champion Summer Program Flyer.pdf
gonzaga crest 2.pngA message from our DPCDSB Trustees - June 2021 MN Newsletter.pdf
gonzaga crest 2.pngReminder: All staff and students must screen for COVID-19 every day before going to school https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/
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Duty to Report. Click here.
gonzaga crest 2.pngStudent Accident Insurance.  Click here for the brochure. Click here for the application form.
gonzaga crest 2.pngStudent email information. Click here
 gonzaga crest 2.pngDo you require technical help with your school Chromebook? Please contact 1-833-644-1492
gonzaga crest 2.pngSTOPR Transportation Opt-Out form now online. For more information click here.

 

 

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