Attention tout le monde….le CARNAVAL arrive!!!!!!
Our teachers have been actively working to organize many fun filled activities. They are preparing for the arrival of Bonhomme who will be with us during Carnaval which will take place the week of Monday, February 5th, 2018 until Friday, February 9th, 2018. Some highlights for that week will be a variety of theme days like, Wacky ... Continue reading "Week of Carnaval!"
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.
CONGRATULATIONS TEAM! On Saturday our sayIT! Lego Robotic Team competed against 41 teams at the Provincial Championships at Durham College in Oshawa. Teams came from all over eastern Ontario including Ottawa and North bay. The competition was fierce! However, after 4 judging sessions and 4 runs on the table, our team was awarded the “Judges Award!!” The judges commented that we were an up and ... Continue reading "sayIT! Lego Robotic Team"
Dear St. Anthony Parents and Guardians:
On behalf of the entire St. Anthony staff, we want to wish the entire community a most joyous and Merry Christmas, and a healthy and prosperous New Year, and all the best for 2018!
We hope the Christmas break provides you and your families some time to reflect upon the spirit of the season, and ... Continue reading "Christmas Greetings!"
On Tuesday December 19th, St.Anthony Catholic School will host, “Christmas Story Time 4 Kidz Night.” Jk to Grade 8 students and their parents are invited to the school from 6:30 to 8 pm. The evening will begin with an Advent Liturgy, followed by Christmas songs sung by classes K-grade 8 in French and English. Students will be dressed in a Christmas theme. Following the performance, ... Continue reading "Advent Liturgy/Christmas Story Time for Kidz Event"
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"