We take pride in collaborating with our parents and legal guardians to ensure their children have the opportunity to take full advantage of the rewarding and fulfilling educational experience we offer in our schools.

Parents/guardians should be aware that we use a variety of online resources and tools to communicate and collaborate digitally, and online accounts are typically created for students. These accounts can include access to Google applications, such as Gmail and Meet, PowerSchool and other online learning platforms. Please note, parental consent is not required when a student account is created for this online purpose.

We encourage our parents/guardians to participate in their local school communities. Opportunities exist in schools for parents/guardians to volunteer in a number of capacities. Parents/guardians who are interested in volunteering are asked to contact the school’s principal as well as consult the district’s volunteer handbook.

“The role of parents is so vital in the basic education of children that no other agency can adequately replace it. The Church and school can only assist and support parents in fulfilling their responsibility for developing moral attitudes and Christian values.” - Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1987

Parents

We take pride in collaborating with our parents and legal guardians to ensure their children have the opportunity to take full advantage of the rewarding and fulfilling educational experience we offer in our schools.

Parents/guardians should be aware that we use a variety of online resources and tools to communicate and collaborate digitally, and online accounts are typically created for students. These accounts can include access to Google applications, such as Gmail and Meet, PowerSchool and other online learning platforms. Please note, parental consent is not required when a student account is created for this online purpose.

We encourage our parents/guardians to participate in their local school communities. Opportunities exist in schools for parents/guardians to volunteer in a number of capacities. Parents/guardians who are interested in volunteering are asked to contact the school’s principal as well as consult the district’s volunteer handbook.

“The role of parents is so vital in the basic education of children that no other agency can adequately replace it. The Church and school can only assist and support parents in fulfilling their responsibility for developing moral attitudes and Christian values.” - Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1987
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