STEM Conference Update: The conference has been postponed until November 2015. Stay tuned for further details in the fall. … Continue reading
Each year, the Catholic community of Ontario engages in a week-long celebration of the unique identity and distinctive contributions of Catholic education during Catholic Education Week. This year’s celebration entitled Catholic Education: Exploring Paths of Joy is the week of May 3 – May 8. The main theme is inspired by the work of Pope Francis and his “Joy of the Gospel” and the sub-themes are inspired by the biblical story of “The Road to Emmaus”, namely that we are all on a life journey of faith where Jesus reveals himself to us. In our scriptural source of inspiration, we … Continue reading
We are pleased to advise you that the Halton Catholic District School Board has completed the implementation of a new online payment initiative – School Cash Online.
School Cash Online provides parents with easy access and convenience at any time to make online payments for a variety of student activities, while maintaining an electronic receipt history for items purchased and providing greater flexibility and control on how payments are made to the school. This new online payment method will also help reduce the risk of theft and cash misplacement.
This new initiative was introduced throughout our Board in 3 phases, and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School was part of the third phase of implementation which is now “Live”.
For more information including an FAQ, the benefits of this program, and how to register for School Cash Online, please visit: http://www.hcdsb.org/Parents/Pages/School-Cash-Online.aspx
To register, click here.
Saint Dominic Church Social Committee is very excited to be planning our picnic to be held on Sunday, June 14 at Coronation Park, to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of Saint Dominic’s. We would like to encourage and welcome students and their families to attend. Please click here for more information.
The Holy Trinity Robotics Team – Team 3161 will be hosting the third Annual Holy Trinity Trivia Night on Thursday, May 14th beginning at 7:00 pm. Please see the attached poster for more information. All members of the community are welcome to come out and enjoy a fun evening while supporting our Robotics team Questions can be forwarded to: Roger Balech email@example.com … Continue reading
This school year marks the 50th anniversary of St. Michael Catholic School! Festivities have been scheduled for Wednesday, May 6th during Catholic Education Week, so please save the date. Activities for this day will include: “A Journey through the Decades” presentation, a display of the time capsule and its contents from the opening of the school, and a celebration mass at St. Michael’s Church followed by a BBQ reception at the school. All former staff and students are invited to attend this monumental event. 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. “A Journey through the Decades” presentation & time capsule display at … Continue reading
On Monday, April 13, 2015, MySafeWork gave a powerful presentation on workplace safety to students and staff at our school. The Minister of Labour, MPP Kevin Flynn, Mayor of Oakville, Rob Burton, and over 40 members of the business community were amongst the guests and panelists in attendance for the special presentation. Also in attendance were Arlene Iantomasi, Vice-Chair of the Halton Catholic District School Board, Superintendent of Education, Toni Pinelli, the Board’s Health & Safety Officer, Kim George, and Pathways Itinerant Teacher, Mike Johnston. Click here to read more. … Continue reading
For those who have registered for the STEM conference at the end of May, please follow the link below to complete this form by including your e-mail address so the organizers of the STEM conference in May can contact you. http://goo.gl/rI7Z7t
The Social Change and Youth Leadership Conference (SCYLC) is an annual conference hosted by the Engineers Without Borders, University of Toronto Chapter. The purpose of this event is to immerse secondary school students in difficult challenges surrounding social change and how their impact is significant to driving this world forward. When is SCYLC 2015? Saturday May 9th to Sunday May 10th Where will it be held? University of Toronto, St. George Campus What is the cost? $75.00CAD Why should you come? We have a ton of amazing speakers and fun activities planned for you, as you experience an overnight stay … Continue reading