St. Joseph Catholic School as a faith centred community strives to assist all students to develop their unique potential through social, environmental awareness and the pursuit of academic excellence.
Student Success Programs
At St. Joseph School we are committed to improving student learning - in mind, body and soul. St. Joseph School is committed to assessment and evaluation practices that are grounded in the belief that all students should be able to demonstrate their learning in an environment that reflects the Catholic values of fairness, equity and respect for all.
- Boys and Girls Running Groups
- Big Brothers and Big Sisters "after school" Homework Club and in-school mentoring program
- Student Parliament
- Green Team - Silver Eco School status
- Healthy School, Ministry Certification
- Food for Thought Healthy Snack Program
- Rosary Group
Before and After School Programs
At St. Joseph Catholic School our staff is equipped with the tools, knowledge, and resources required to integrate a balanced, faith-oriented education to our students. Our belief is that every child can succeed according to his or her potential and God given talents. We have a culture of high expectations while providing differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all learners. As well, we have a commitment to building the developmental assets of our youth so that they are nurtured spiritually, academically and physically within a caring and trusting learning environment.
At St. Joseph Catholic School we are all stewards of creation. We all work together, in partnership with our Eco Team, to reduce, reuse, recycle and rethink our daily practices of how we consume energy and dispose of waste. We are currently "Silver" status in our Eco School certification and we are developing a plan for a peace garden.
Parent Community Involvement
St. Joseph School works in partnership with home and parish to enrich the lives of our students. We are blessed to have a wonderful pastor, Fr. Bob Bulbrook who regularly administers the sacraments to our students. Our Catholic School Council is actively involved in the life of our school, facilitating "Welcome Back" barbecues, Christmas floats and healthy schools activities. We had our "first annual" parent retreat facilitated by one of our own parents, Mrs. Edwina MacDonald, and we look forward to that again this year.
St. Joseph (Acton) Elementary School
St. Joseph (Acton) Elementary School147 Mill Street West
Acton, Ontario, L7J 1G7
Phone: 519-853-3730 Fax:519-853-0307
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St. Joseph Parish (Acton)
School Council Members
Valerie Slater, Secretary
Non-Teaching Staff Representatives
Director of Education
Approximately 465 students
The Halton Catholic District School Board is a model learning community, widely recognized as distinctively Catholic, providing exceptional education, while nurturing the call to love and to serve as a people of faith, living out God's plan.
The Halton Catholic District School Board, in partnership with home and Church, is dedicated to providing excellence in Catholic education by developing Christ-centred individuals enabled to transform society.
Our Governing Values
At the Halton Catholic District School Board, we value:
Our Catholic Faith
and aspire to be models of Christ through our actions of love, forgiveness, compassion, and acceptance.
The Whole Child
and create conditions that support the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional well-being of all students so that they may fulfill their God-given potential.
Excellence in Learning
and provide opportunities that meet the needs and aspirations of all learners in a supportive, creative and innovative learning environment.
Relationships and Partnerships
and recognize that our success is reflective of the healthy and vibrant partnership of staff, parents, pastors, and members of our broader community.
The Importance of Contributing to Our Communities
and respect diversity, celebrate multiculturalism, honour individual rights, and embrace the social values of collective responsibility and the common good.