Skills Ontario Summer Camp is a week-long day program for students entering grades 7-9. Campers explore skilled trade and technology careers as they build, fix, design and create their way through this fun camp experience. Please find the attached poster for more information on dates and location.
Cost is $225.00 per week per participant.
Visit https://www.skillsontario.com/camp to register!
Attention Parents/Guardians of Cardinal Students!
If 100 parent climate surveys are completed by April 4th…
You will win the students an afternoon to chew bubble gum in class!
Students, encourage your parents to complete this!
Don’t forget to wear
on Tuesday, March 26th
to show support for epilepsy awareness
Parents/Guardians of Cardinal Students,
Please take a few minutes to complete the attached confidential survey.
This information will be used by your principal and all staff to help promote an environment of respect, safety, and belonging for all students. Schools need to be safe and welcoming places so that students can feel comfortable enough to learn. Your answers are confidential. We are interested in what you and other school staff members have to say.
If you have any questions/comments, please contact the WCDSB Research Coordinator at Kelly.Roberts@wcdsb.ca.
If you missed Karl Subban’s Black History Month presentation at the school…You have another opportunity to hear it….
Where: Blessed Sacrament School
When: Thursday, March 21st, 2019 at 12:30 PM
He will be speaking on “having a dream”, sharing his story of “The Subban Plan for Success” which he details in his first book entitled, How We Did It. The book chronicles the family journey which lead to all three of his boys playing hockey, PK being the most successful. However, in order to execute that dream, a clear plan had to be in place.
This presentation will motivate and encourage the teachers, parents and students alike. As well as, create awareness of the accomplishments of Blacks and Black Canadians. The key message however, for our assembly will be to share the fact we all have a history, whatever our ancestry. There is a legacy to be celebrated and shared.
Mr. Subban will have copies of his book available.
Below is a link to the Record article & CTV News coverage of Black History Month at John Sweeney.
Thank you again Mr. Karl Subban for the inspiring presentation and showing us the importance of each students potential.
All students and staff throughout the Waterloo Catholic District School Board are encouraged to wear their funky socks on Thursday, March 21st to celebrate World Down Syndrome Day.
Worldwide, individuals and groups wear colourful, fun or mix-matched socks to celebrate our differences and raise awareness about Down Syndrome.
On the evening of March 21st, landmarks around the world will be lighting up in blue and yellow to recognize this important day.
Thank you for encouraging everyone to #SeeTheAbility on March 21st and ever day!
It’s Graduation Time for SK’s and Grade 8’s!!!
Thank you for choosing Lifetouch. Sorry we missed you!
The picture day for absentees is Tuesday, March 20, 2019 at Lifetouch’s Kitchener Office.
Please call Lifetouch at (519) 744-1146 extension 2 and book your appointment to have your graduation photo taken at the Kitchener studio on March 20th and your picture will still be included on the graduation composite.
*Please not that photos taken after this date will not be added to the class composite, as it will already be in production* No Exceptions.
Last chance – don’t delay!
9-907 Frederick Street
Dreams Take Flight – Dinner and Auction
A fundraiser in support of St. Benedict‘s and Monsignor Doyle‘s Service Learning Trip to Kenya
Thursday, March 28th, 2019
Please see attached flyer for more details
Elder and Actor
Keynote speaker for our Circle of Dialogue
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
For more information, please visit the attached link