Custom Uniform Hoodies

New this year, Inschool Wear will be offering customizable uniform hoodies.  Students will have the option of having a team or club name embroidered to their school hoodie.  Students should speak with their coach or club supervisor for more details as orders must go through the teacher. This can be the purchase of a new uniform hoodie, or an addition to a previously purchased uniform hoodies (for the 2018/2019 school year only). As a friendly reminder – spirit wear clothing is not part of the school uniform (ie: maroon or grey hoodies or jackets). … Continue reading

Jr. Dance – Oct. 11

Junior Dance for Grades 9 and 10 Loyola Students – “Under the Sea” Thurs. Oct 11, 2018 6:45 – 10:00p (No in and out) – Please leave bags and backpacks at home $15 for ticket (School Cash Online) Students will not have access to lockers or rest of school  … Continue reading

HCDSB Marks Rowan’s Law Day

On Wednesday, September 26, 2018, the Halton Catholic District School Board will be marking Rowan’s Law Day to raise awareness about concussions. What is a Concussion? A concussion is a brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head, face, neck, or body that can cause a sudden jarring of the head. Even what seems to be a mild bump to the head can be serious. Research indicates that a concussion can affect a student’s school performance in both cognitive activities (school work) and physical activities (physical education program/interschool activities). Research also indicates that engaging in  cognitive and … Continue reading

Girls Night In Survey

We need your help and input!  We’re asking all Loyola girls to please take 2 minutes to complete the following survey (Link: ) to get your feedback on timing, events and activities.  You will need your Loyola Google Account. … Continue reading

Catholic School Council

We’re inviting parents to be part of the 2018 – 2019 Catholic School Council.  First meeting is on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 6:30p in the Library. For more information: (This includes the election package) … Continue reading

Oakville Youth Council

Interested in a leadership opportunity and represent your community in the Oakville Youth Council? This program is aimed at providing opportunities for youth to connect and speak about issues that are important to them. Previous youth council members met with online gaming developers, took part in a budget consultation exercise, community tree planting, food bank sorting and learned to curl. If you are a Grade 11 or 12 student  or know a youth who would be interested, please apply at Applications are due prior to October 6th. … Continue reading

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