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April 7-May 30 - "Way to Go! Pinoy" Video Competition
The Filipino Heritage Council of Canada (FHCC) is calling for entries to its video competition titled "Way to Go! Pinoy".  The theme of the competition is meaningful impact of interacting with Filipinos and/or Filipino culture. Winners will receive the following prizes:  1st Place: $1000 / 2nd Place: $750  /3rd Place: $500.  Only the first 1000 entries qualify or until May 30, 2021 (whichever comes first). For more information on eligibility, judging criteria and submission, please visit the Philippine Consulate General Toronto website or refer to the video competition poster . If you have questions about this video competition, please contact FHCC at mailto:FHCCQuery@gmail.com.

May 24 - Victoria Day

June 1 & 3 - Mindfulness Matters: Virtual Mental Health Conference for Grade 8 Students
Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School’s Mindfulness Matters, Triple A Team will be hosting its first virtual Mental Health and Wellness Conference for Grade 8 students in its feeder schools (St. Evan, St. Rita, St. Andrew, St. Peter, St. Benedict, Holy Family and St. Cornelius). We are pleased to offer this transition event to promote Awareness, Advocacy and Action for positive Mental Health and Wellness on the mornings of June 1st and June 3rd. A team comprised of senior leadership students, teachers and support staff will lead and engage students virtually in a fun, informative and interactive morning of icebreakers, games, presentations, and workshops. It is our goal to ease the transition from elementary to secondary school while developing relationships with their senior peer counterparts. The goal of the Triple A team is to develop and foster a safe, caring, and inclusive community amongst students through mental health awareness and education, advocacy, and action. Our trained, student-led group will build capacity in mental health by increasing awareness, dispelling myths about mental health, linking students to resources and teaching healthy ways of dealing with their emotions. For more information, contact: Josephine Marcolla, Robert F. Hall C.S.S. at 905-584-1670 ext. 32165 or josephine.marcolla@dpcdsb.org.

June 7 - Elementary PA Day
For a complete list of PA Days, visit the School Year Calendar webpage

June 25, 28, 29 - Secondary PA Days
For a complete list of PA Days, visit the School Year Calendar webpage





 

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