This year, elementary and secondary schools at the Halton Catholic Board will be joining millions of people around the world to reduce energy consumption, and raise awareness of global climate change.
The English Writer’s Craft class at Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education welcomed Toronto Star reporter, Leslie Ferenc on Friday, February 27, 2015.
The Kindergarten Parent Survey, conducted by Our Kids Network, will be available online from March 31 - April 17, 2015. Parents with children in Kindergarten may contact their school for more information.
On Tuesday, March 24, 2015, the Halton Catholic District School Board will host the 2nd annual system-wide Bullying Prevention Gala
Congratulations on a job well done to the St. Brigid Catholic Elementary School community for generously donating 1,260 pairs of socks to the Good Shepherd. That's over 2,500 warm and happy feet!
Halton Catholic Secondary students shine at DECA Provincials from February 5 - 7, 2015.
Bishop P. F. Reding Catholic Secondary School (BR) continues to bring the heat in athletics, academics, and community involvement.
The following excerpt was provided by Subhadra Ramachandran, Manager, LINC/ESL Programs at the Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education.
Food and Nutrition students from St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Secondary School were able to experience post-secondary life as they toured facilities and a class at Guelph University.
Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School's Department of Technological Studies accepted a donation from Lexus of Canada for Mr. Monson's Transportation classes.
On Tuesday, February 24, Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School graciously welcomed students from each of our Halton Catholic Secondary Schools for a student-led celebration called Black History Awareness Day.
On Monday, February 21, 2015, the Ministry of Education released revisions to the Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum, including the ‘Human Development and Sexual Health’ section, which falls within the ‘Healthy Living’ strand.
Our Lady of Peace Catholic Elementary School participated in 'Tacky Sweater Day' - a spin-off to National Sweater Day on February 5th!
Veterans Affairs Canada invites Canadian schools, individuals and organizations to make Valentine cards for Veterans. The Halton Catholic District School Board has participated in this initiative over the past 9 years.
On February 5, 2015, Spencer West, motivational speaker, author, social activist, and world change warrior joined students and staff at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Secondary School for a session called, ‘Redefine Your Possible’.
Since 2003, Longo Brothers Fruit Markets, commonly known as Longo's has been providing experiential learning opportunities to Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School students.
Students in Ms. Longo's Grade 4 and 5 class explore the cloud and stay in sync on Microsoft 365 at school and at home.
On January 16, 2015, Queen of Heaven Catholic Elementary School was presented with a monetary prize at the Milton Innovation Centre, for participating in an energy challenge!
Want to recognize a teacher who does great work at school? You can nominate a teacher in one of three categories: elementary, secondary, or a beginning teacher in the first five years of teaching.
This program offers students in Grades 9, 10, and 11 the unique opportunity to achieve compulsory credits, while experiencing the rich cultural heritage of various world-class destinations.
Students in Mr. White's Culinary and Hospitality class graciously welcomed staff and guests to a student led cafe. The special occasion on Thursday, January 15, 2015, marked the grand opening of the Talon Cafe!
Ontario School Plant Manager publication highlights the Halton Catholic District School Board (page 21-22) for delivering on energy efficiency.
This unique course combines an in-class learning component with an experiential learning opportunity in Nicaragua.
On Wednesday, December 17, 2014, Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School in Milton hosted the Annual Best Buddies Life Skills Christmas Dance.
Peter Blazevic, Grade 6 student at Ascension Catholic Elementary School wins second straight Canadian Junior Golf Association World Junior Challenge!