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St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School
"For the Greater Glory of God"
  • St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School
  • 2800 Erin Centre Blvd.
  • Mississauga ON, L5M 6R5
  • Phone: 905.820.3900
  • Fax: 905.820.3902
  • Principal: Michael O'Grady
  • Vice Principal(s): Matthew Di Fiore
  • Debbie Duke-Kelly
  • Virginia Luh
  • Superintendent: Tilia Cruz
  • Trustee:
  • Sharon Hobin (Ward 8)
  • Esther O'Toole (Ward 9)
  • Luz del Rosario (Ward 11)
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St. Aloysius Gonzaga Important Updates


Grade 9 - Summer Math Tutorial                                                                                      

Session 1: August 24th to August 28th - 8:30 am to 12:30 pm                                                                          Session 2: August 31st to September 4th - 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

Grade 10 - Summer Literacy Camp                                                                                      

August 31st to September 3rd - 9:00 am to 11:30 am                                                               

Grade 9 Orientation Day - Monday, August 24, 2015                 Grade 9 Students - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (Cafeteria)                           

    Parent Meeting - 9:00 am to 10:00 am (Theatre - Room 112)           

The following link is start-up information for parents pertaining to the Student Transportation of Peel Region. This information highlights reminders for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year.


STOPR Information



From Your Catholic School Trustees (Click here for current and past Trustee Newsletters)

Luz del Rosario, Sharon Hobin and Esther O’Toole

Well finally, it seems that, all of a sudden, summer weather is upon us and so, incredibly, is the end of the 2014-15 school year. As we reflect back over the year, we can see that it was, in fact, a very successful year for Dufferin-Peel students in terms of achievement, success and well-being. With steadily rising EQAO scores, matching or surpassing the provincial standard in most assessment areas, and graduation rates that are among the highest in the province, this board continues to be defined, in part, by our high levels of success and achievement.            Yet, we are much more than that. Our commitment to helping each student fulfill their potential, through the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, means that our students graduate with the tools to become good, solid contributing members of the communities in which they will live. We endeavor to bring programs to our students to encompass the needs of all learners, “Each one called by name”. Isaiah 43:1                                                                                We have recently celebrated Catholic Education Week in our schools. It has been our pleasure to attend liturgies, a Board-wide Mass, school concerts and plays, cultural festivals, Shining Stars, math congress, sporting events and much more. As your trustees, we see the contribution of dedicated teaching and support staff, administrators and senior management who work together with trustees to facilitate conditions to foster success.  We also see, firsthand, the important role of our parents/guardians, working in concert with the school and the parish in fostering conditions for success and well-being. We are blessed to have such wonderful, engaged and dedicated Catholic School Councils that support learning and student achievement as well as promote community building in our schools.                                                           We are facing challenges. We are seeing cuts to our funding of 1 to 2 %. While this does not seem like a large amount, for us this will mean 12 to 16 million in less funding. It is our task along with our staff, to deliver a balanced budget and continue to provide quality Catholic educational experiences to our students. And we will.                                                            So, as we complete the final leg of the journey that is the 2014-15 school year, we thank our staff for your hard work and dedication, we thank our parents/guardians for choosing a Dufferin-Peel Catholic education for your child(ren) and for entrusting them into our care. It is a responsibility for which we are grateful and one that we cherish. To our students, thank you for all you have done to contribute to the life of your school. For those who are graduating and moving on to post-secondary education or the world of work, may God continue to go with you and bless you on your journey. To our returning students and families, we look forward to seeing you in September.                                                                                                      We wish you many blessings and best wishes for a peaceful and restful summer. And may the good Lord always hold you in the palm of His hand.                                                         Thank you for Choosing a Dufferin-Peel Catholic Education.



Congratulations to Wendy Zhang and Earvin Tio from Safe@Gonzaga who created the winning Stand Up Against Bullying poster for 2014-2015.  This poster will be displayed in all Dufferin-Peel schools.


The Strategic System plan for 2014-2019 is now available.



The supplement to the 2013-2014 yearbook will be arriving soon! This includes the Baby Grad section. Stay tuned for further details.


ONLINE REPORTING TOOL: Promoting a Positive School Climate

The following reporting tool is intended for students who become aware of bullying incidents and negative behaviours impacting the school community. It is designed to provide information that will help promote a positive school climate.

When you fill out this form,you are NOT REQUIRED to provide your name or any other identifiable information anywhere. If the information provided is anoymous, it may be dealt with in a general way as there is no means to respond specifically when there is limited information provided. DEPENDING ON THE KIND OF INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE, you may be identifiable.

In some cases, if you are identifiable based on the information provided, the school principal/vice-principal may approach you to provide a little more information on a confidential basis. If you choose to identify yourself as part of the reporting process, the principal/vice-principal may follow up with you directly.

If you have any questions about this tool, please contact the Principal and/or Vice-Principals.

Student Accident Insurance

Important notice to parents, guardians regarding insurance for students who participate in out-of-school excursions and extra-curricular sports activities.

Effective September 2012 the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board requires that parents, guardians and adult students provide written acknowledgment that they have received information regarding Student Accident Insurance especially for those students participating in out-of-school excursions and/or extra-curricular sports activities.

Although the Board takes every precaution to provide a safe learning environment for students, accidents can and do happen. Some accidental injuries result in medical, dental and/or other expenses that are not covered by the provincial health care or employer group plans. As the parent, guardian or adult student you become responsible for these expenses. Some families have private accident insurance which is able to respond to costs arising from injuries however many families do not.

Under the Education Act, an Ontario school board may “provide, by contract with an insurer under the Insurance Act, accident and life insurance for pupils, the cost of which is to be paid on a voluntary basis by the parents or guardians. R.S.O. 1990, c.E.2, s.176, par.4.”

As required under the Education Act, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board arranges for the distribution of student accident insurance brochures (i.e., ‘insuremykids’). However, please be advised that the Board assumes no responsibility for the cost of the plan, applications, premium payments or claims; nor does the Board receive any remuneration from the Reliable Life Insurance Company. Furthermore, the Board does not and cannot insure students.

IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE AN INSURANCE BROCHURE, please either contact your child’s school or contact the Board Office (905-890-0708 X-24360).

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, require any assistance, or prefer to enroll online or by phone, please contact the Client Service Department of Reliable Life Insurance through one of the following options:
Telephone: 1-800-463-5437 (toll free), or 905-523-6525
Address: P.O. Box 557, Hamilton, Ontario, L8N 3K9
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET)


If your home address will be changing during the summer, please notify the office staff at your child’s school prior to June 30. STOPR will also accept address change information after June 30 until July 11. Address changes received after July 11 will not be reflected in the planned bus routes to commence in September and may result in transportation services not being available for your child during the first weeks of school. Parents will be responsible for their children getting to and from school until appropriate transportation service is arranged.

The distance criteria for transportation eligibility is: 
1.0 kilometer Kindergarten and Grade 1
1.6 kilometers for Grades 2 – 4
2.0 kilometers for Grades 5 – 8
4.8 kilometers for Grades 9 – 12

If your child is moving to grade 1, grade 5, grade 7 or grade 9 in the 2014-2015 school year, their eligibility status for transportation may be changing. Eligibility information can be accessed at the website noted below.

Parents who received letters in April of this year indicating that the transportation eligibility status for their children is being revised due to eligibility reassessment are reminded that this change will occur effective September 2, 2014.

Courtesy transportation, which is assignment of ineligible students to available, empty seats on buses, will not be initiated prior to October 3. No exceptions.

Please be aware that during September and early October, STOPR priorities are eligible students requiring transportation service, bus overloads, and route timing adjustments.

Requests for additional or adjusted bus stop locations, route adjustments, and challenges to eligibility status will not be addressed until late October.

Please be patient. STOPR provides transportation services for approximately 62,000 students to 350 schools on 1,300 buses. This is accomplished with an operations staff of 15. Every effort is made to complete required adjustments as quickly as possible, but there are limitations to the volume of changes which can be appropriately communicated and implemented each week.

All transportation operations issues are the responsibility of STOPR and not either Board or individual Trustees.

Contacting STOPR

Internet: This website provides up to date delay and inclement weather cancellation information in addition to policy, procedures and frequently asked questions.  This website allows parents to access information specific to “what school do I attend” and “am I eligible for transportation”. This site also provides parents access to specific bus stop location and pick up and drop off times for their children if eligible for transportation.

Telephone: STOPR:  Phone: 905 890-6000
Toll free: 1-800 668-1140
STOPR Administration: Phone: 905 890-0708 ext. 23220

Bus Cancellations during Inclement Weather

During the winter months inclement weather may cause disruption of bus transportation and regular school operations. A decision to cancel school transportation and/or to close schools is usually made by 6:00 a.m. and will be announced on the following radio and television stations:

CHUM AM1050  
CFNY FM102.1
CJCL AM590   
CFRB AM1010   
EZ ROCK FM97.3  
FM Z103.5    
FM Q107
CHIN FM100.7

STOPR Administration      905 890-0708 ext. 23220
Geoquery Website -

This website also allows parents to login and find their child’s transportation information by following these instructions:

  • type in the website address:
  • click “student login”
  • enter your child’s OEN number, street/house number, school and grade
  • click “login”

This will automatically display the child’s transportation information, if they are eligible.
This capability for “student login” will be available for parents starting the second last week of August until the end of June each year. This feature will be locked down during the summer for route planning purposes.
Additional features of this website are, School Information, Which School Do I Attend and Transportation Eligibility and Delays and Cancellations

For information regarding student transportation services, bus stop locations and time details please visit


Grade 9 Orientation Programs


Next week, many of Dufferin-Peel’s 7,300 Grade 9 students are preparing for their transition to high school by participating in the board’s Get Ready! for Secondary School and Link Crew transition programs, among others. Read More

iFun Orientation Program for Newcomers


On September 2, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board will hold an iFun Orientation Program at six secondary schools in Mississauga and Brampton. Read More

Young Rider Orientation Day


A free Young Rider Orientation Day on August 22 will help new students feel more comfortable taking the school bus. Read More

Unveiling of new outdoor learning environments


Kindergarten students at 25 Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools will enjoy newly enhanced outdoor learning environments in their Kindergarten playground areas this year. Read More

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