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St. Michael Catholic Secondary School
  • St. Michael Catholic Secondary School
  • 9130 Columbia Way
  • Bolton ON , L7E4G6
  • Principal: Ferdinando Tantalo
  • Vice Principal(s): Giuseppina Lorenzon

  • Superintendents: Jodi Kuran
  • Trustee: Frank Di Cosola (Caledon Ward 4, 2 & 5)
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Dear Parent or Guardian,

We are very excited to offer the "Get Ready! for Secondary School Summer Program 2022" transition program at St. Michael C.S.S.   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.

The Get Ready! Program will offer students:

  • a fun and interactive orientation to explore their school layout, schedules, and routines
  • a review of key concepts in literacy, numeracy, and learning strategies
  • a chance to meet qualified future teachers
  • a chance to make connections with peers in the incoming class

The Get Ready! program is scheduled on August 31st from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

To ensure your child's participation in the "Get Ready! For Secondary School" program, complete the registration form or scan the QR code:       Qr code    Description automatically generated

There will no no walk-in registration for Get Ready! for Secondary School. Please register before June 16, 2022.

Thank you for considering the invitation for your son or daughter to participate in the Get Ready! for Secondary School program.

May God bless you and keep you and your loved ones safe.




Summer School Bus Schedule

 Highlighted areas in the attached .pdf provide bussing information to St. Michael's students enrolled in summer school.

Summer School Bus Information - all pickup and dropoffs.pdf


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June 20/2022

Dear Parents/Guardians:

End of the school year and graduation for senior students are events to be celebrated and enjoyed by students, families and staff alike. Indeed, this is true for students, families and staff in any grade. Unfortunately, this time of year can also prompt incidents of unsafe behavior, acts of vandalism and "threats" characterized as "grad pranks" or "year-end pranks." We are asking for your help in ensuring that your child is aware that unsafe and unacceptable behaviors can have serious consequences. We do not condone:

  • Bullying, cyberbullying, harassment, threat(s) or intimidation;
  • Violence of any form;
  • Verbal, physical or sexual abuse;
  • Discrimination in any form;
  • Inhumane treatment of animals;
  • Theft;
  • Unsafe or dangerous activities;
  • Vandalism;
  • Possession or use of intoxicating or banned substances;
  • Possession or use of weapons (or replica weapons).

Individuals involved in these types of activities may be subject to criminal charges and school consequences, including losing the privilege to attend extra-curricular events such as the graduation ceremony.

Our Catholic Code of Conduct clearly outlines our expectations for all students and we hope that this will provide some guidance for anyone contemplating such activity, which often has an impact on the entire school community.

Thank you for your attention to this important matter as we work together to ensure that our young people experience a safe and healthy conclusion to the 2021-2022 school year.


F. Tantalo



Immunization Clinic


A Routine School Immunization clinic will be held at our school on Friday, June 24, 2022. This clinic will provide students from grades 9 to 12  a convenient and comfortable space to get their free routine school immunization that was paused during the pandemic.  The vaccines which will be offered are Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Hepatitis B (Hep B) and Meningococcal ACYW-135.


On June 24, the clinic will operate between 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. and is restricted to students attending St. Michael Catholic Secondary School.  Appointments must be booked hereA limited number of walk-ins are accepted but booked appointments are preferred. 


On this same date, the clinic will hold evening hours between 3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. During this time, students in grades 7 to 12, who live in the community, can also get their routine immunizations by booking an appointment here


The evening clinic will also offer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible residents 5 and over, including first, second and booster doses at this location between 3:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. You can book an appointment here Walk-ins are accepted but appointments are preferred to guarantee a spot.  


While there is priority for grade 12 students, because they will be ageing out of the funded program upon graduation; we also encourage students from grades 7-11 to come and get their routine immunizations. Children 14 years or older can give consent themselves provided they understand the treatment, why it is being recommended, and the risks and benefits of accepting or refusing to be vaccinated. 


Students or parents and legal guardians can check if their child has already received their routine school immunizations through the Immunize Connect Ontario (ICON) website or by asking their primary care provider. Meningococcal vaccine is a single dose. HPV and Hep B are a two- or three-dose vaccine series, depending on age at time of vaccination. 


By getting these vaccines, students will be protected against serious diseases, including preventing cancer later in life.  

To find out more about the routine school immunizations or to get information on other select clinic locations, check the Peel Region website.  



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St. Michael Class of 2022


Graduation Mass:

Monday, June 27, 2022 at 10:30 a.m.

Holy Family Parish

(Grad Gowns and Tickets will be available for pick up following the mass)

*Grad mass will be livestreamed - link to follow*


Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at 5:30 p.m.

La Primavera Event Space - 77 Woodstream Blvd., Woodbridge, ON

Graduation Ceremony:

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

La Primavera Event Space - 77 Woodstream Blvd., Woodbridge, ON

2:00 p.m. (pre-show), 3:00 p.m. (ceremony)

*Grad Ceremony will livestreamed - link to follow*

Grad Flowers & Gifts Available for Pre-Purchase



eLearning 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 Grade9 in the 2020-21 school year, all students must earn a minimum of two online learning credits as part of therequirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diplomaunless 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 thismemorandum. 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, [Schools are to add details about their own process and include an links to forms required]


All students who are considering eLearning courses, please visit 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:​//


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





 ATTENTION Grade 9 and 10 students!!

Peer Tutoring.JPGMental Health Crisis Lines: Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868 or text "CONNECT" to 686868 (0-18 years of age)24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin: 905-278-9036 I 1·888·811·2222. (for all ages)Hope for Wellness Help Line: 1-855-242-3310 (support for all Indigenous peoples across Canada)  National Indian Residential School Crisis Line: 1-866-925-4419Black Youth Help Line: 1-833-294-8650 or 416-285-9944 (website: Youth Line:  1-800-268-9688 (website: Distress Line: 905-459-7777 (Mississauga, Brampton) 1-877-298-5444 (Caledon) 905-278-4890 (TTY)  ​


Emergency Shelter Resource


To find an emergency shelter, visit the website or call the Region of Peel

Region of Peel: 905-453-1300.

911 or go to your local Emergency Room


​Covid-19 School and Child Care Screening​​​

​Covid-19 Return to School​​ Form​​

​​When you are ready to return to school after experiencing symptoms, an exposure to COVID-19, or returning from travel outside of Canada, please complete this form and check off only 1 box. 

Return this form to your school principal or email to

Your signature confirms that the information is true. This is important to help decrease the spread of COVID-19 and protect the safety of all staff and students in the school. 

CDS-0858-02_COVID-19 Return to School-Youth Staff_v4 Final.pdf


Catholic School Improvement Learning Cycle - St. Michael's



**  NEW  **

​SafeArrival Absence Reporting Tool

A new absence reporting tool, SafeArrival, will be launching at all Dufferin-Peel schools on Monday, May 3rd.  SafeArrival is an application within SchoolMessenger that will allow parents/guardians to report their children’s absences in one of the following three ways:


The following attachments pertain to parents of students who have reached the age of majority:

18 Year - Age of Majority.pdf
18 Year - Contract.pdf


Students need to follow Map for Arrival and Depature Locations by Classroom

Map for Floor Entry Arrival and Depature Locations


What is Netiquette?

Netiquette is short for "Internet etiquette."  It is a code of conduct for good and appropriate behaviour on the internet.  Similar to etiquette it is a respectful way of conducting oneself while engaging with others online. 



The Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board offers some useful guides for both parents and students on using the D2L,  Google Classroom and Teams platforms.

Click this link for helpful information: DPCDSB Online Platform Guide for Parents and Students Guide



Extended Absences

​​**Please complete and email​​ the following form to the school at if your child will be absent for three days or more:​    ​Extended Absence Form.pdf


Grade 8 Open House Video​

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