COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at St. Angela’s Catholic School.
The last day of school
before winter break is Friday, December 17, 2021. Students will return to
school on Monday, January 3, 2022. We are wishing you all a Happy and safe
Student Health Pass
Please remember to sign and date your child’s covid health pass daily.
Coats, Snowpants & Boots!
Please write your child’s
full name inside all winter coats, snowpants and boots. Younger children will
need lots of practice to master zippers, laces and snaps. Please help with this at home.
Children 5 – 11 are now eligible for the Covid-19 vaccination. There will be a clinic held at 220 Mt. Olive Dr. (just next door to John D Parker) The dates and times are below:
•Friday, December 3, 2021
Clinic Hours 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm
•Saturday, December 4, 2021
Clinic Hours - 9:00 am –4:00 pm Please write your child’s full name inside all winter coats, snow pants and boots. Younger children will need lots of practice to master zippers, laces and snaps. Please help with this at home.
Fun Days at JDP
Monday Dec. 13th: Sports Theme Day
Tuesday Dec. 14th: Crazy/Silly Hair Day
Wednesday Dec. 15th: Holiday Sweater
Thursday Dec. 16th: Canada day
Friday Dec. 17th: Pajama Day
Pick-Up at the Outside Doors
Thanks to all the parents who wait outside for their child at the appropriate door. Controlling access to JDP will make the school safer for all the children. All students & visitors are required to wear a mask on school property. Remember to social distance while dropping off and picking up students.
School Start Time!
All students should be at their class entrance doors by 8:55am and lined up with their student health pass ready to be checked.
Winter of Hope Every year we collect non-perishable food items to donate to YWS. The repel effects of Covid-19 has caused more homelessness and the need for access for food and the basic everyday needs. Together we can make a difference by bringing in a food item to assist people and their families who may be struggling. Please bring in a non-perishable food item and show it to your teacher. Your teacher will take it to the main foyer and place the food item in the boxes provided. The class that collects the most food items will receive a special gift of school supplies and stickers. Your continued support is much appreciated.
October 30, 2020
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Morning Meal program to support the well-being of students which is part of our school’s plan to support student success. The morning meal is open to all students and will start on November 9, 2020.
The morning meal will consist of 2-3 food groups. The menu is approved by Toronto Public Health, and follows Canada’s Food Guide. All food will respect religious accommodation (Halal) and be in accordance to TDSB food allergy policy. A menu will be shared with you once available.
(416) 394 – 7530.We respect your decision, however, please send a nutritious snack with your child each day. Do not send food with peanuts.
We are requesting $30 per year.
Director of Education Update on School Closures
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Categories: Happenings @ TDSB
Today, the Ontario government announced that, due to the continued spread of COVID-19, all publicly-funded schools in Ontario, including those at the TDSB, will remain closed to students until Monday, May 4, 2020. The government also said that as we approach these dates, the decision will be revaluated and that the closure may be extended based on public health advice. Please note that child care centres, Extended Day Programs and EarlyON programs located in our schools will also remain closed until April 13, according to the province’s Declaration of Emergency, which only allows closures to be extended for one 14-day period at a time.
For more on today’s announcement, please read Minister of Education Stephen Lecce’s letter to parents and guardians.
As we have previously shared, TDSB staff have already begun the significant task of connecting with all students and families as we prepare to re-establish teacher-led learning beginning Monday, April 6. We know that parents/guardians will have a number of questions including how this upcoming learning will be marked and how report cards will work. As assessment policy is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education, we are working with them to better understand the expectations and we will support our students through the process. As always, we will share this information as soon as possible. Continued...