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To our new Kindergarten families, please visit our Full Day Kindergarten website link to find any information you will need regarding Welcome to Kindergarten. This includes school information, classroom information, and what to expect in the kindergarten program. We look forward to beginning this journey with your child in Catholic education.
The Prince of Peace Catholic School Council will be holding the next meeting (virtually, through Google Meet) on Monday, February 8th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. If you are not a member, but would like an access code to attend the google meet, please contact the principal, Michael Ball at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the meeting agenda, please click HERE . ... Continue reading "Prince of Peace Catholic School Council"
As announced by the Minister of Education on November 26, 2020 and in partnership with York Region Public Health, Ontario Health and the Public Health Ontario Laboratory, on-site saliva testing for COVID-19 is being offered for our school community. Please note that at this time our school has had no confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Students, school staff and immediate family members of POP ... Continue reading "COVID-19 Targeted Testing for the POP Community Wed. Dec. 9th"
The last week of school before the Christmas holidays is POP Christmas Spirit Week! All of our students, whether virtual or face to face are welcome to help us ring in the holidays with some festive fun! The themes are as follows:
Monday, December 14th – Advent Purple and Spirit Wear Day
Tuesday, December 15th – Wacky Hair and Impressive Hat ... Continue reading "POP Christmas Spirit Week!"
I will treat others in a just, equitable and unbiased manner.
I will play be the rules, take turns and share.
I will be open-minded and listen to others.
Congratulations to the recipients of November’s Justice Virtue Award, presented after our virtual prayer service:
Noah M., Lyric L., Farrah W., Zachary N., Zayden C., Josephine J., Lucas ... Continue reading "November’s Virtue: Justice"
Launches bold new era of leadership, innovation and excellence in Catholic education.
The new Mathematics Curriculum of Ontario now contains expectations related to coding. There are many reasons why coding is important for our students. To name a few, coding provides an outlet for students to leverage technology to solve relevant problems in their community, a pathway for nurturing digital discipleship, and context for developing various global competencies needed to thrive in the modern workplace.