The Ministry of Education has closed schools in Ontario to interrupt the spread of COVID-19. YCDSB students will access remote learning through their virtual classrooms.
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Yearbook Sales continue through to the end of April. To guarantee a copy of this most unusual school year, please order online at:
Orders must be confirmed with our publisher by May 1st. Any requests made after this date will be placed on a waiting list.
“Resilience”, our 2020-2021 edition, will be distributed to students in ... Continue reading "Don’t Forget to Order Your Yearbook!"
The COVID-19 Pandemic has created many unforeseen challenges for families. Now, more than ever, there is a need to come together to support one another and to demonstrate our Catholic faith through actions that help those who are most vulnerable and in need. April 6 – 9, is ShareLife Week at St Gregory the Great and we have some FUN activities planned for the students! ... Continue reading "ShareLife"
April is World Autism Month. At St. Gregory the Great CA, we are committed to creating a kinder, more inclusive school through educating our students in creating a world for people with autism. See our events this week and lets be a part of the change!
St Gregory the Great will be partnering with our community schools and parish by participating in a Lenten Food Drive to support the Vaughan Food Bank on Thursday March 25th, 2021.
Families are asked to consider donating an item by bringing it to school where items are placed in our donation bin. Items that are most needed at this time: ... Continue reading "Lenten Food Drive"
Healthy eating looks different for everyone. During this season of Lent, let us remember to share what we have with others and do acts of charity.
Last year, with the proclamation of Bill 178, the Black Mental Health Day Act (2020) helped set the stage for all to learn and understand more about the impact of systemic racism. We need to work together to enact meaningful systemic change that will better support Black children and youth and address the historical impact of bias, discrimination and trauma on their mental health and ... Continue reading "March 1st is Black Mental Health Day"