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Catholic Education Week May 1- 6 2022: “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”

Each year, Catholic school boards across Canada come together to celebrate the Gospel values and teachings that enrich our curriculum and strengthen our school communities. 

The theme of Catholic Education Week 2022, “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”, is inspired by the transformative power of faith – for families, for students, for the world.  

From May 1st ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week May 1- 6 2022: “Rebuild, Restore, Renew Together”"

School-day Online Payment Tool

School-Day is an online cashless system for use by parents, teachers and office administrative staff. We are implementing School-Day to minimize the handling of cash

by students, teachers and office staff, to reduce paper, and to streamline office efficiencies.

School-Day can be accessed from any web browser and gives parents real-time, secure access to up-to-date information, and the ability to: ... Continue reading "School-day Online Payment Tool"

Kindergarten Registration for September 2022 is Now Open

Starting Kindergarten is an exciting time in a young child’s life, filled with new experiences and opportunities to learn and grow. Kindergarten registration at the York Catholic District School Board is now open for the 2022-23 school year that starts in September.

Children must be four years old by December 31, 2022 and born in 2018 to register in Junior Kindergarten, or five ... Continue reading "Kindergarten Registration for September 2022 is Now Open"

2021-2022 School Re-entry Plan for Families

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 2021-2022 school year.

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