Phylicia George, Olympic Bronze Medallist at the 2018 Winter Games, visited St. Vincent de Paul on Thursday, March 8th, 2018. The school community had a wonderful opportunity to listen to her presentation, ask questions about her sports and her life and congratulate her on her achievements. St. Vincent de Paul staff, students, parents and guardians are very proud of Phylicia George. We ... Continue reading "Phylicia George, Olympic Bronze Medallist"
The School Climate Survey for Parents, Guardians and Caregivers will be available from April 3, 2018 through April 30, 2018.
The school climate survey is intended to identify key factors in the school that support a safe, caring and inclusive school environment, as well as areas that may require improvement.
Joy is the true gift of Christmas. Let us pray that this presence of the joy of God shines forth in our lives. The staff and students of St. Vincent de Paul wish you and your family a holy and blessed Christmas and a New Year filled with renewed hope, joy, peace and happiness.
The St. Vincent de Paul Christmas Concert will be held on Thursday December 7, 2017 beginning at 7:00 p.m. Come out and enjoy a joyous evening of Christmas Carols and musical arrangements by all the classes. Parents and Guardians are invited to attend.
We had Junglesport Inc. programs at our school in early November. Junglesport Inc. programs are designed to benefit students of all ages, abilities and needs. The company supplied all the safety equipment required for all activities and each student was provided with a helmet and where appropriate, a harness. The students had a great time.
Transition Committee Updates
Please be advised that the Par Transition Meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 7, 2018, has been rescheduled for Wednesday March 21, 2018 at 7:00 pm.
The meeting will take place at St. Benedict Catholic Elementary School, in the school library.
Moving the date will give a more detailed picture to share the PAR Transition updates and next steps.
Healthy eating habits contribute to academic success and well-being. Visit York Region Public Health to find out more about nutrition and healthy eating.
- Time in nature can help reduce mental fatigue and improve concentration
- You’ll drink more water
- Boost happiness and decrease stress
- Boost of Vitamin D
- Strengthens our heart muscle and other muscles too!
- Social emotional connections
- Curriculum connections
Sometimes you look out the ... Continue reading "Embrace the Outdoors in the Winter"