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St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School
"Courage To Believe"
  • St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School
  • 3801 Thomas Street
  • Mississauga ON, L5M 7G2
  • Phone: 905.285.0050
  • Fax: 905.285.0737
  • Principal: Sharon Goodland
  • Vice Principal(s): Monika Khbeis
  • Jason Pratt
  • Superintendent: Tilia Cruz
  • Trustee:
  • Sharon Hobin (Ward 8)
  • Esther O'Toole (Ward 10)
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St. Joan Of Arc Catholic SS Important Updates

Virtue for February


“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” 

― Bryan H. McGill

Revised Health Curriculum Information for Parents


Upcoming Information Nights for Parents



Parents are invited to attend Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board’s Parent Engagement Event at St. Valentine Elementary School on February 25  from 7:30  through 8:30. The event will feature thirty minute workshops on how inquiry is foundational to 21st Century Learning.  Parents are asked to register through survey monkey by accessing the following link for the MS/MN family of schools.


Gaming Addiction: Is your teenager spending more time playing video games than in the real world? - Tina Resney, and Dr. Shawn Gates

March 3, 7pm at St. Joan of Arc.  RSVP at 905-285-0050


Raising a Positive Thinker - Louise Veres

April 21, 7pm at St Joan of Arc

Louise will explore the powerful effects language has on our thoughts, behaviours and actions, and how to shift our thinking from negative to positive, so we can encourage our children to encourage them that they CAN do anything they put their minds to.

RSVP 905-285-0050 by April 14th



Important Immunization Message from Peel Public Health


In Ontario all students are now required to be immunized against meningococcal disease. Students 12 years of age and older must have the meningococcal ACYW-135 vaccine or valid exemption.

Most students would have had the vaccine in grade 7/8. Students who have not had the vaccine receive a notice in the mail from Peel Public Health.

Registered Nurses from Peel Public Health will be coming to our school in the spring to offer the meningococcal vaccine to students who require it. Students 14 years and older can sign their own consent form.

The date of the clinic will be announced as soon as it becomes available.

More information about meningococcal disease, the vaccine and clinics is available at; and by calling Peel Public Health at 905-799-7700.


IMPORTANT....After school literacy classes begin February 10th, 2015.

Be prepared for the OSSLT! Click here to register.



Electronic Waste Fundraising Campaign Monday Feb. 9th - Saturday Feb. 14th

Drop-off all of your electronic waste to the bin in the east parking lot.




EQAO Letter to Parents and Guardians

Unapproved School Trip Letter

Letter to Parents/Guardians

International Students - Dufferin-Peel Welcomes You

Religious Accommodations

Student Transportation

Summer Health newsletter

Uniform Policy




Online Reporting Tool

Click on the link below







Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum


On February 23, the Ministry of Education released its updated Health and Physical Education Curriculum. Read the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board’s letter to the community regarding the revised curriculum. Read More

Student Voice Leadership Conference


On March 2, 200 Dufferin-Peel Catholic secondary school student leaders, and those identified with leadership potential, will gather at the Mississauga Grand Convention Centre for a Student Voice leadership conference. Read More

ShareLife Poster Campaign


Kathryn Torchia, a Grade 8 student at Mississauga’s St. Therese of the Child Jesus Elementary School, will have her artwork featured on ShareLife’s official 2015 elementary school fundraising campaign poster. Read More

Black History Month


Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools will host many engaging events and activities to celebrate Black History Month, including “It’s Everyone’s History”, a board-wide Black History Conference on February 19 for secondary school students. Read More

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