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YEAR END SCHEDULE FOR ALL STUDENTS
Monday June 15 Last full day of classes
Tuesday June 16 Period 1 Exam
Wednesday June 17 Period 2 Exam
Thursday June 18 Period 3 Exam
Friday June 19 Period 4 Exam
Monday June 22 Make up Exams Only
Tuesday June 23 Exam Review Day
Wednesday June 24 PD Day – no school for students
Thursday June 25 Graduation
Friday June 26 Report Card pick up
Week of June 29 – July 3 from 7:30 am to 3 pm
for new student registrations and report card pick up.
Week of Aug 31 – Sept 4 from 7:30 am to 3 pm
for new student registrations.
Summer School @ Loyola 8 am – 1:30 pm
Make up Session 1 June 29 - July 13
Make up Session 2 July 14 - July 27
Full 4 week Make up Session July 29 – July 27
"Get Ready" Orientation Program for incoming Grade 9s
Thursday Aug 27 - Tues Sept 1 from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Designed to create a successful transition into secondary school, this program provides new students with an opportunity to review key concepts in literacy and numeracy, as well as introduce effective learning strategies and organizational skills. The program consists of an orientation to the school including an overview of Loyola's programs, schedules, school layout and practices. As students will be participating from a number of feeder schools, this initiative will also allow our incoming Grade 9's to establish connections with their new peer group and teachers at Loyola.
Fall 2015 - first day of classes is Tuesday, September 8, 2015
NEW! DONATIONS PLEASE ....
The Food Bank at Eden is very low. Please bring a donation of flour, rice, peanut butter or family-sized real juice cans to donate when you next see us!
NEW! Historica Canada Student Contest
Historica Canada is sponsoring a competition for students in grades 4 – 12. Participants are asked to create a piece of writing or artwork about Canada’s role in the First or Second World War.
The deadline is December 15, 2015 – however entries submitted before June 30 are eligible for an early-bird prize.
Click on the link above for more details.
NEW! China Calling - Spring Break 2016
Are you a traveler? Adventurous? Do you like exploring different cities and cultures?
Then picture yourself stepping into history on the Great Wall of China and into the future on the Shanghai bund, often called the “Paris of the East” as well as visiting the world’s most important archeological treasures. This very exciting 9 day trip is being planned for March Break 2016.
If you are interested, please stop by the main office to pick up an information package.
NEW! Dufferin-Peel secondary school administrator named Principal of the Year
Michelina Battaglini, Vice-Principal at Loyola Catholic Secondary School, has been named recipient of this year’s Principal of the Year Award by the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario (CPCO).
The CPCO Principal of the Year Award originated in 2000 and recognizes the exceptional school and community leadership of a principal or vice-principal in Ontario.
“We are extremely proud of Michelina and all that she has accomplished as a leader, role model and colleague,” says John B. Kostoff, Director of Education. “Michelina is truly worthy and deserving of this award, as it acknowledges her significant contributions to the Board, the students, and the community she serves.”
In addition to being part of the administration team at Loyola, Michelina has made considerable contributions on numerous board-level committees, including the Catholic Board Learning Team, Leading Student Achievement, Student Voice Committee, Student Trustee Elections, Research Committee, SkoVision Team and Program Committee.
“Her strong devotion to the well-being of others and the commitment to her duties on a daily basis makes Michelina an exceptional Catholic leader and deserving of being recognized as CPCO Principal of the Year,” adds John B. Kostoff.
The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board would like to congratulate Michelina on this outstanding achievement and send their sincere appreciation for her commitment to school and community leadership.
... All the staff and students for donating 150 lbs. of food to the Eden Food Bank.
... Rebecka Ferraro and Michael Mehreteab have been selected to participate in this summer’s Student on Ice Expedition. This is truly a life changing experience and I am so excited for each of them!
... M. Battaglini who has been appointed to Principal at St. Michaels S.S.
...M. Dugo for winning the Central Committee for Catholic School Council (CCCSC) Dufferin - Peel Volunteer of the year. This is the first time that a non parent has won this award.
...Senior Boys Soccer in Making it to ROPSSAA Finals!!!
... to all staff and students for fund raising $2200 for MS Awareness and the Nepal Earthquake Fund.
...Katherine Koomson who has been hired to work with Peel Police over the summer.
... Juliana Zadarko who won the Anti-Bullying poster contest sponsored by the Peel Police, “What if everyone did something? " She placed first out of all Dufferin-Peel Schools. A copy of the winning poster is in the main office.
... Over 600 students participated in the walk and over $3000 was raised for Head for the Cure!!!!
... Alexis Oguzie did Loyola proud by representing our school in the John Cabot Poetry Slam contest that saw students from both Dufferin-Peel and Peel competing. Out of the thirty competitors, Alexis’ poem 'Miscellaneous' was one of the best
... to our students for sweeping the Sir John A. Mac Donald awards. Our winners are:
Essay and Speech at the Family of Schools and Boardwide Competitions- Sharala Harrypersad
Video Presentation (Family of Schools Competition)
First Place Team - Kevin Humeniuk, Connor Ive, Karim Kahil, Brendan Kurnik, Nazar Romanenko, Gian Soriano
Second Place Team - Zachary Tyszler, Sylvia Etwell
... Sr. Boys Basketball team for winning ROPSSAA Gold medals against St. Augustine. This is Loyola 's 36th ROPSSAA Championship team in the past 10 years.
...Katherine Koomson and Shayne Verghese who have been selected from Loyola for the Youth in Policing Initiative. These student will have the opportunity to work with Peel Police for 8 weeks during the summer.
... All CO-OP students who completed their work placements and participated in the CO-OP fair.
... All students who participated in the DPCDSB Gamemaker contest. The Fallen Kingdom came in the top 5 out of 29 games designed by Michael Tommasone-Cuarezma, Elric Lazaro, Joseph Lek, and Eric Leon.
...Molly Brown, Teresa Marotta and Juliana Zadarko for placing in the Top 10 at the DECA Regional Competition.
...Golf team for winning the ROPSSA championship, total of 35 for the school in the past 10 years
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Virtue of the Month
Fairness ~ June
God wants us to treat each other we would like to be treated.
A fair person …
• Listens to both sides of a story
• Is a good team player
• Gives consideration to those who need extra support
• Works to bring about peaceful solutions to problems
Our Daily Prayer for June
Let us now pray … for the virtue of fairness – the desire to live by the rules of God’s kingdom everyday of our lives. AMEN.