Our Remembrance Day Ceremony was held on November 10th and it was a very touching and moving experience. We thank Mrs. Poupolo, Mr. Facca’ & Mrs. Gruppuso and their classes for facilitating the liturgical service. It was a very meaningful and moving ceremony for this solemn occasion.
Post Cards for Peace… Mrs. Acchione’s Class
Our Grade 2 Class sent ... Continue reading "Remembrance Day Ceremony & Post Cards for Peace"
The St. John Paul II CSC Annual Fund Raiser was a fabulous success. The students had an absolute blast at the Hallowe’en dance-a-thon. The costumes were very creative and lots of fun. The DJ kept the dancing going all day long! Students also enjoyed class pumpkin & door decorating, the ‘Gr. 6 Haunted House’, as well as a variety of in-class activities that led up ... Continue reading "SJPII CSC Fund Raiser – THANK YOU!"
Throughout Treaty Recognition Week, we continue to grow in getting to know our Indigenous neighbours through an ongoing journey of healing and reconciliation.
As we begin this journey together, we gratefully acknowledge that our school rests on land that was the traditional territory of the Chippewas of Georgina Island. During Treaty Recognition Week, we acknowledge the many Treaties that the Canadian ... Continue reading "Treaty Recognition Week ~ Nov. 6-10th"
On behalf of the SJP2 Leadership Committee, thank you to all the students and their families who participated in the ‘One for Haiti’ food drive. Over 800 items were donated to help people in Haiti who are in need.
The following classes donated the most non-perishable food items: in the Primary Division, congratulations to Ms. Busto’s grade 3 class; in the Junior Division, ... Continue reading "One for Haiti ~ Food Drive"
Thank you, to all the participants in our 2nd SJP II Mental Health Symposium which was held on October 26th, 2017. The morning began with Dr. Bucci and Ms. Rodrigues’ presentation for the Grades 4-8 classes, about the importance of mental well-being and it’s connection to the young brain. The students had an opportunity to participate in various break-out sessions.
Many ... Continue reading "Gr. 4-8 Mental Health Symposium – Oct. 26th"
Halloween is just around the corner. Help ensure it doesn’t become ‘scarier’ for students with nut allergies. Home-made treats can easily be ’contaminated’ and become a very real danger for our anaphylactic students. Consequently, we request that home-made snacks/treats NOT be brought into the school as the risk to student safety is deemed too great. Purchased items that are labeled nut-safe are a good alternative. ... Continue reading "Keep Our School Nut Safe"