As the first year of the Halton Catholic District School Board’s new multi-year strategic plan comes to an end, we are gathering feedback from the HCDSB community to monitor our efforts this past year.
We Want Your Feedback!
Please take a moment to share your thoughts here. This survey will remain open until June 30, 2017.
All of the feedback gathered will be shared with our Board of Trustees.
Please note that all information collected will remain anonymous; no school or respondent names will be shared.
If you have any questions about this data collection process, please contact Dr. Lisa Collimore, Chief Research Officer, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A reminder to girls participating in the Girls Night In to bring in their permission forms.
Girls are also asked to go to the following link to select the workshops for the evening:
The Student Success Team at St. Ignatius of Loyola works to ensure that every student’s interests, goals, strengths and needs are addressed both in and outside of the classroom. To further support student success, as well as the Individual Pathways Plan and inquiry-based learning, students across the HCDSB use the program: myBlueprint Education Planner.
For students in grades 7 through 12, myBlueprint promotes self-discovery and exploration through various features including the self-interest and self-discovery surveys. Students can complete six comprehensive assessments (including Learning Styles, Personality, Interests, Knowledge, Motivations, and Compatibility) to learn more about themselves as well as potential high school courses, post-secondary programs, and career opportunities related to their interests and passions. The interactive design and realistic insight provided by the surveys help students gain self-confidence and sparks their curiosity in an effort to begin planning for the future. To learn more about the myBlueprint Education Planner, ask your son or daughter, or click here to access the program.
In 2016, Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, issued the following statement on the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust:
“On this day, we pay tribute to the memory of the millions of victims murdered during the Holocaust. We honour those who survived atrocities at the hands of the Nazi regime, and welcome their courageous stories of hope and perseverance.
“The Holocaust is a stark reminder of the dangers and risks of allowing hate, prejudice, and discrimination to spread unchallenged. It also reminds us that silence must never be an option when humanity is threatened.
“As we pause to educate ourselves and our families on the bitter lessons of the Holocaust, we also strengthen our resolve to work with domestic and international partners to continue defending human rights and condemning intolerance.”
The Holocaust was a turning point in history, which prompted the world to say “never again”. Loyola will observe the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust with guest speaker Elly Gotz. Elly is a survivor of the Dachau concentration camp. He lost many family members and friends in the Holocaust. On February 9th, Elly will visit Loyola and speak to our students about the Holocaust within the context of justice and forgiveness.
“The Shoah teaches us that we must have maximum vigilance, to be able to intervene quickly in defence of human dignity and peace.” Pope Francis
Online Commencement registration form closed last Wednesday November 23rd at midnight. Commencement Fees were collected Thursday, November 24th during period 2 in the atrium. If you have not filled out the online registration form and if you have not paid fees, please see Mr. Faiazza in room 229 or in the Moderns Office to follow-up.