Photo Day – Sept.18

STUDENT ID CARDS: • All students must have their photo taken for their Student ID card.  There is no charge for the ID Card.  It is used to participate in school events, as a library card and to ride a HCDSB school bus.  PORTRAIT PACKAGES: • Your school has selected our premium green screen program which will provide parents ultimate flexibility and numerous background options. • Each student will receive a 1-pose proof sheet along with online ordering instructions and login credentials approximately two weeks after photo day.  Parents wishing to purchase a portrait package can do so using our secure online ordering … Continue reading

Looking for volunteer hours?

Check out these two volunteer opportunities: OPPORTUNITY #1: Click HERE for information about volunteering for the Big Brother / Sister Programme.OPPORTUNITY #2: Nutrience Oakville Half Marathon Volunteers NeededWhere :Shell ParkWhen: Oct 5 and 6Call Ryan 905 949 1910 x 222Sept 28  1-3pm Info session about the duties and sign upOakville Performing ArtsFollow the link: http://raceroster.com/events/2019/24472/nutrience-oakville-half-marathon-volunteer-2019 For more information regarding these two volunteer opportunities, please see our CYC, Ms. Lorentz. … Continue reading

Grade Level Assemblies

On Friday, September 6th each grade gathered to be welcomed to start of the new school year. Students were introduced to various members of staff. We encouraged students to be involved with the school community (Activity, Club, or Sport). The expectations for the year were also reviewed. We have included the slides that were presented today. Please take the time to review with your family. Here. … Continue reading

Consent for Information Sharing – Students 18+

Provincial legislation requires school boards to recognize students as adults when they reach the age of 18. As such, students who are 18 years of age or older are deemed responsible for their own education, attendance, and any matters related to discipline. How will this affect me as a Parent or Guardian? Once your son or daughter reaches the age of 18, we are legally required to remove you (the parent or guardian) from our contact lists, and you will no longer receive information from the school or board related to their education, attendance, or any matters related to discipline. … Continue reading

Loyola to host OFSAA – Ultimate

Ultimate has been developed as a grass roots co-ed sport that saw the Loyola team advance from the HCAA Championships to the GHAC Championships to our South Regional Championships in the past year. Ultimate started as a club team in the Halton Catholic schools back in 2002 and we’ve seen it’s popularity grow since. This year, Loyola will host the inaugural OFSAA Festival Championships on Thursday, October 31 and Friday, November 1st. We wish the Loyola team all the success as they prepare for the OFSAA Championships as the host team. OFSAA News Information: here … Continue reading

Checking your Timetable & Attendance

Student and Parents can check the timetable, mark history and daily attendance online via our Student Information System (SIS) You will need your date of birth and your student number (Not OEN). Schedules for the 2019/2020 are still be updated and revised. The system will be online by the end of day, Friday, August 30th. This system can be accessed throughout the school year to check live updates of daily attendance by period. The link can also be accessed via the quick links on the side of the website. … Continue reading