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Our school celebrated and honoured those who have served, those who serve and those who will serve in the armed services. Our celebration was conducted virtually from our beautifully decorated foyer. Visible signs of our commitment to peace, justice, reconciliation and love were present as we engaged in a celebration which recognized our commitment to being peacemakers and people of justice. As one body we ... Continue reading "Remembrance: Lest We Forget"
What a great day for some Halloween fun at the school. Students participated in classroom activities as well as outdoor DPA with music and fun for all. Children dressed up in costume and engaged in physical activity to the sounds of DJ Poon and haunted house props. Very cool. Thanks to our team. As a result of COVID 19 restrictions and our current reality, this ... Continue reading "Halloween Fun"
The Week of October 5 – 9 is designated as Safety Awareness Week in the YCDSB. All Schools will be engaged in the practice of safety drills. Students will be cohorted and engaging in activities as per our established Covid guidelines. These drills are commonplace and part of our established routines for continuous learning.
As a parent/guardian of a child at this school, you are eligible to self-nominate or nominate another parent/guardian of a child at this school to be a voting member of Catholic School Council. You will receive an email with a link to a Google Form for the nomination process. Please ensure that you respond before 3:00 pm on Tuesday, October 13, 2020 ... Continue reading "Synervoice Notification of CSC Nomination and Election Process"
San Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic Elementary School has once again partnered with the Markham Food Bank to engage in collection of non-perishable food items in an effort to help fill the shelves and hopefully, bring hope to the lives of those most in need in our community. Our students have created posters, we have been making announcements, and we are inviting donations from our partners and ... Continue reading "Thanksgiving Food Drive"
Time spent in nature and with friends is good for our Mental Health and well-being. Remember to physically distance, even when outside, with non-family members.
Take the time to get to know others, express gratitude and compassion for others, as you walk in their shoes. We all play a part in the health and well-being of each other.
The Bike to School Challenge, during the month of September, is a great way to include physical activity during the day. For more information visit Bike Month 2020.