Civvies Day (Sept 24) and Orange Shirt Day (Sept 28)

Our first civvies day is Mon. Sept. 24!  St. Ignatius of Loyola has a fine tradition of working together as social activists to support many causes, locally, nationally and globally.  Students will be given the opportunity to show their support by participating in Civvies Days throughout the year.  We ask that you register on School Cash Online and donate to support the many causes our community supports, but to also take part in our Civvies Day Program.  We are asking for $10.00/student that will cover the entire year of civvies days.  A portion of the total collection will be provided to … Continue reading

September 17, 2018 P.A. Day

Please be advised that there will be no classes for secondary students on September 17, 2018.  P.A. Day Agenda for Staff The Education Act provided by the Ministry of Education requires each school Board to establish a School Year Calendar, identifying instructional days, professional activity (P.A.) days and holidays for each school year. Regulation 304, “School Year Calendar, Professional Activity Days”, made under the Education Act, requires school boards to prepare an agenda that lists the scheduled activities and details taking place for each P.A. day throughout the school year. Upcoming P.A. day agendas for staff will be accessible on … Continue reading

Student Accident Insurance

The Halton Catholic District School Board does not provide accident insurance coverage for student injuries that occur on school premises or during school activities. Since accidents can happen, and some injuries result in medical, dental or other expenses that are not covered by provincial health care or employer group plans, as a parent, you may wish to consider purchasing student accident insurance. Student accident insurance can provide you with financial piece of mind against the possible expenses that can be incurred if a child is injured at school. The Board makes available an Accident and Life Insurance Program for students … Continue reading

Gr.9 Orientation, Parent Orientation & Used Uniform Sale

For our Grade 9 students, we’ll be having orientation on Wednesday, August 29 from 11:00am – 1:00pm.  Students will meet their mentors, tour the school, receive their locks, and lunch is included! For our interested parents we will be having a parent orientation from 11:30am – 12:30pm.  This will be run by student services and will provide parents an opportunity to ask questions and get more information. Our used uniform sale is being hosted by our Catholic School Council and will run from 11:00am – 2:00pm in the school library.  Gently used uniform items will be on sale.

HCDSB to Host the Eleventh Annual Diocesan Celebration of Catholic Education

The Halton Catholic District School Board (HCDSB) is delighted to host the eleventh annual Diocesan Celebration of Catholic Education, which will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at Holy Cross Church in Georgetown. The annual diocesan mass was established in 2008, and rotates among seven Catholic school boards and one Catholic University to give thanks for the gift of publicly funded Catholic Education. Participating school boards and universities include Halton Catholic District School Board, Hamilton-Wentworth CDSB, Waterloo CDSB, Bruce-Grey CDSB, Wellington CDSB, Haldimand Norfolk CDSB, the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-sud, and St. Jerome’s University. Together with the Catholic … Continue reading

Loyola Used Uniform Sale 2018

Hey Grade 12 Students! Do you want 3 civvies days? Bring in 3 or more uniform pieces on Monday, June 18th and wear civvies on: Monday, June 18th Tuesday, June 19th Wednesday, June 20th Uniforms must be CLEAN and in GOOD SHAPE All proceeds from re-sold uniforms will go towards St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School Council. … Continue reading

School Climate Surveys

At HCDSB, we want our schools to be safe and welcoming places where students and staff can feel comfortable enough to learn and to work. The School Climate Surveys are conducted every two years to gather information from students, parents and staff, to help us create and sustain safe and welcoming schools. Student Survey From October 5 through November 16, 2017, all students in grades 9 to 12 in our school were able to participate in the School Climate Survey. The School Climate Survey for Students helps school staff learn about students’ feelings towards their school and their thoughts for improving their school environment. The survey is not … Continue reading