During Catholic Education Week, St. Marguerite d’Youville CES will present the play “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” The St. Marguerite d’Youville CES community is excited about the four performances in our gym: May 8 at 1:15 p.m., May 9 and 10 at 7:00 p.m., and May 11 at 1:15 p.m. It will be a lively and entertaining show. From singing and dancing to lighting and sound, ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week: Alice in Wonderland JR."
On February 28, Paul Davis will be visiting our school for both our students and parents. During the day, he will speak to our gr. 4-8 students about Social Networking and On-line Safety. Then in the evening, he will speak to Parents about the various things they need to know on the subject, to help them help their children. It will be an interesting evening ... Continue reading "Social Networking & On-line Safety Feb. 28 @7"
Our students had a fun time on February 1st with DrumFit; and the best part is that we get to keep the balls and drumsticks for a few weeks. Teachers and students are taking advantage of the resources and accompanying videos during gym classes.
We have a new school song after Julie K visited our school on February 5th. Approximately six students from each class composed the song with Julie K and then they recorded it that afternoon. In a few weeks, a CD and digital version will be available to us so we can all learn the song.
We had a great Carnival week! We had theme days such as wacky hair/hat day, red & white day, jersey day, pyjama day, etc. and we had sculpture and door decorating contests. The Play Day on Thursday, was such fun for the K-3 classes with the gr. 7 & 8 leaders. Thank you to Mme. Cozza, Mme. De Rose and Ms. Rinella for organizing Carnival ... Continue reading "“Carnaval” Feb. 5-9"
Tips to reduce screen time:
- Embrace spring by heading outdoors to play
- Go for a family walk
- Start a new novel
- Begin a new hobby
- Keep track of your screen time and reduce your time on social media/gaming/programs
- Schedule family game nights (cards, board games)
- Exercise everyday
Healthy eating habits contribute to academic success and well-being. Visit York Region Public Health to find out more about nutrition and healthy eating.