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On April 5, 2018, students across the system will come together to celebrate See the Problem, Be the Solution. In order to determine the winners of our See the Problem, Be the Solution competition, all students from Grade 4 – Grade 12 will vote online during the week of March 26, 2018. Go to: http://woobox.com/dvct7m to vote for Loyola student Tamia N.’s poster entry. Students must use their board email – first name.last name.last three digits of OEN@students.hcdsb.org (ex. firstname.lastname@example.org) to enter the voting platform. Winners will be announced April 5, 2018. … Continue reading
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The Ontario Student Trustees’ Association (OSTA-AECO) is now offering Ontario Student Voice Awards, presented annually to students doing exceptional work across the province of Ontario. Ontario Student Trustees present the awards to students who dedicate their time passionately representing their community and advocating for the issues most important to them. This year alone, six awards, each valued at $500 will be given to students in the following categories: • Student Voice • Commitment to Justice • Dedication to the Arts • Sports Leadership • Entrepreneurial Initiative • Cultural Involvement The deadline for all applications is March 20, 2018. For more … Continue reading
LENTEN ACTIVITIES AT LOYOLA The liturgical Season of Lent commences early this year starting on February 14, 2018 with Ash Wednesday. Lent is an annual opportunity for Catholics to focus on our relationship with God and others through works of fasting, prayer and charity. Our school community will engage in various activities to help us to open our minds and hearts to the transforming power of God’s presence and grace. We will also do good works to bring healing and hope to others. Through prayer, we will reflect on how we can empty ourselves of our self-righteousness and pride so … Continue reading
Grade 10 students and their parents are encouraged to watch the following recorded presentation: Let’s Talk About Pathways! to learn more about selecting the appropriate courses for their Grade 11 year, as they plan their educational journey and career pathway.
Students are encouraged to speak to our Student Services department, should they have any questions about course selections and choosing a pathway.
For more information, please visit: http://studentsuccess.hcdsb.org/