In the spirit of Halloween, the students will be participating in a Halloween Dance-A-Thon, where students will be dancing for approximately one hour (thirty minutes for the kindergarten students). This year our school will be participating in an initiative called “One For Haiti”. Our school will be collecting a loonie or toonie, from each student, which will then be sent to the people ... Continue reading "Halloween Dance"
Water does Wonders is a community initiative by Healthy Kids Community Challenge Georgina. Let’s encourage our kids to choose healthy drinking water rather than sugary juice or sodas. Below are some sweet facts for your reference. You can also refer to our Great Gulp post for more information. Your family can take the Water does Wonders pledge online to contribute to ... Continue reading "Water does Wonders"
Wednesday, March 22nd is World Water Day! Here at Prince of Peace, we celebrated by participating in a coordinated toast to tap water at 2:30 p.m., “The Great Gulp”. Healthy Kids Georgina has generously donated a brand new reusable water bottle to each of our students. We are encouraging the students to use their new water bottles to drink healthy and refreshing tap water rather ... Continue reading "The Great Gulp"
Prince of Peace celebrated Carnaval last week with great success! Students enjoyed theme days throughout the week, with the festivities culminating on Friday’s school carnaval! Although the weather kept us indoors, the students visited all sorts of “wintery” stations and were able to spend some quality time with Bonhomme, himself! Thank you to our French teachers for organizing a fantastic week of fun and festivities. ... Continue reading "Carnaval"
School Boards across Ontario are demonstrating their commitment to Truth and Reconciliation by providing Land Acknowledgements that honour Indigenous Peoples and traditional lands. At the York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB), we echo the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario (ACBO) in their response to the Calls to Action through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Start the new school year with healthy habits.