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Congratulations SPR’s Intermediate Boys’ Basketball Team on a Successful Season
The team demonstrated hard work and commitment at all practices and games. Determination, perseverance, and great sportsmanship ensured every play was a factor in this team’s success. The team achieved 1st Place at the Local Basketball Tournament on March 11, 2020 at St. Catherine of Siena CES. We look forward to displaying the Champions banner on our gymnasium wall. Congratulations to each team player. Also, ... Continue reading "Congratulations SPR’s Intermediate Boys’ Basketball Team on a Successful Season"
Director’s Annual Report for the 2021-2022 School Year
The York Catholic District School Board proudly presents its Director’s Annual Report for the 2021-2022 school year. The YCDSB is proud of its continued commitment to student success and academic excellence guided by Catholic virtues.
St. Peter Students Participate at the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Events
This year, St. Peter’s students presented great skill and enthusiasm at the annual Knights of Columbus Free Throw Basketball Tournament. We are proud to announce that Samantha C (Gr. 5), Luz Antonella C (Gr. 6), Melita M (Gr. 4), and Gianluca R (Gr. 4) advanced to the second level. At the Region Final Regional Free Throw Competition, Melita received 1st Place, and Luz Antonella received ... Continue reading "St. Peter Students Participate at the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Events"
Important Message From YCDSB Trustees
Dear Supporters of Catholic Education,
In November, the Ontario Liberal Party launched their “Common Ground” website: http://commonground.ontarioliberal.ca.
This website invites the public to put forward proposals that address particular provincial needs and priorities. One of ... Continue reading "Important Message From YCDSB Trustees"
Our Intermediates Learn Leadership Skills from Our Trustee D. Giuliani
Dino Giuliani, our YCDSB Area 3 Trustee, visited St. Peter’s today to answer our intermediate students’ hard questions about leadership and schooling. One grade 7 student, M.G. asked him about the controversy in the media about air conditioning in the schools; a grade 8 student asked him about his role as a trustee, and L.C. asked him how does he balance competing interests of parents, ... Continue reading "Our Intermediates Learn Leadership Skills from Our Trustee D. Giuliani"
Healthy Schools: Fresh from the Farm
We are excited to announce our Healthy Schools first fundraising initiative Fresh From the Farm!
Fresh from the Farm is the ONLY fundraiser featuring Ontario-grown fruit and vegetables. It supports Ontario’s Well-being Strategy for Education and the School Food and Beverage Policy. It is a fundraiser that is not only educational but also exciting and profitable, as 40% of all sales will go ... Continue reading "Healthy Schools: Fresh from the Farm"
2023-24 YCDSB Budget Survey
The York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) is committed to the effective and efficient management of resources. Our goal is to ensure fiscal accountability while minimizing impacts on our classrooms and continuing to support student success and well-being in a Catholic learning environment.
To better inform our financial planning, we hope you will tell us your priorities for the 2023-2024 school year budget. ... Continue reading "2023-24 YCDSB Budget Survey"
Update re: Possible Strike on Monday, Nov. 21
November 16, 2022
Dear Families of the York Catholic District School Board,
Earlier today CUPE served notice that they could resume their job action as soon as Monday, November 21, 2022.
In the event of a strike, York Catholic DSB will move to synchronous virtual learning on Monday. Schools will maintain their regular daily learning schedules. St. ... Continue reading "Update re: Possible Strike on Monday, Nov. 21"
COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
The York Catholic District School Board worked closely with its partners at the Ministry of Education, York Region Public Health, and with Board staff to prepare for the return to school in September. By aligning our practices with their guidance, we are confident our schools will continue to be safe, inclusive places to learn and work throughout the 2022-2023 school year.