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No later than the second Catholic School Council meeting of a new school year ( which took place October 25th) the newly elected Catholic School Council, will give input to the Principal related to the extreme cold set temperature, which triggers indoor routine. The extreme cold set temperature with wind chill shall has been set at -18 degrees for St . Stephen CES . ... Continue reading "Extreme Weather"
Dear SSN Families,
In an effort to maintain safety and order in the parking lot with the morning drop off and after school procedures we kindly ask you to review the following information.
PARKING LOT SAFETY: Everyone must feel safe and welcome when they come to our school, and that begins in our parking lot. ... Continue reading "Parking Lot Safety"
Dear SSN Families,
St. Stephen’s Among Friends B/A school is accepting new enrollment call #905-552-0610. Kindly visit our website : amongfriendschildcare.com . Feel free to contact us and ask for the registration team.
Grade 8 families please see the attached news release.
As a part of the Province of Ontario’s efforts to support learning recovery in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, funding has been allocated to our schools to implement tutoring support programs in literacy, numeracy and foundational learning skills.
Schools are developing and offering programs to provide students tutoring opportunities during a variety of time slots and formats to meet the learning needs of ... Continue reading "Tutoring Programs Available at the York Catholic DSB"
November 16, 2022
Dear Families of the York Catholic District School Board,
Earlier today CUPE served notice that they could resume their job action as soon as Monday, November 21, 2022.
In the event of a strike, York Catholic DSB will move to synchronous virtual learning on Monday. Schools will maintain their regular daily learning schedules. St. ... Continue reading "Update re: Possible Strike on Monday, Nov. 21"
The York Catholic District School Board worked closely with its partners at the Ministry of Education, York Region Public Health, and with Board staff to prepare for the return to school in September. By aligning our practices with their guidance, we are confident our schools will continue to be safe, inclusive places to learn and work throughout the 2022-2023 school year.