Category: General

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM HIGH SCHOOL: A PARENT’S GUIDE

Ms. Marisa Meffe, our schools’ Pathways and Careers Teacher, presented to the parent community.  She reviewed and provided tips for a successful transition into high school, course types and course selection, and future pathway planning for students. This information is intended to support parents and their children with decision-making around the high school course selection process. These conversations are akin to the ones that take ... Continue reading "WHAT TO EXPECT FROM HIGH SCHOOL: A PARENT’S GUIDE"

SCS SACRAMENT DATES FOR 2020 POSTPONED

Due to the rapidly escalating health concerns relating to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID- 19) disease, Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto has asked that FIRST RECONCILIATION, FIRST HOLY COMMUNION AND CONFIRMATION ceremonies be postponed for the duration of the emergency.  Immaculate Conception Parish cannot predict the duration of this emergency.  The church will communicate updates through the schools, the parish website and the ... Continue reading "SCS SACRAMENT DATES FOR 2020 POSTPONED"

Thank you Catholic School Council!

I would like to take this opportunity and thank our Catholic School Council members and the executive members for their commitment to their role on council, for supporting our school goals, initiatives and for attending to our school needs this year.  I am grateful for your participation in meetings and committees that ultimately benefit all our students at St. Catherine of Siena. I also would like

Students With Life Threatening Allergies – Anaphylaxis

The York Catholic District School Board continues to help protect anaphylactic students, students with life threatening allergies. As outlined in the policy, parents are asked to inform the school of such allergies and are required to fill in S15 and S15a forms which are available in the office.

Each form must have a passport size picture attached so that the student is easily ... Continue reading "Students With Life Threatening Allergies – Anaphylaxis"