Christ the King School will be hosting a university/college fair on October 25th from 6:00—8:30 p.m. Please join us in the school gym
To All Graded 12 Parents: During the evening of parent/teacher interviews Student Services will be hosting a Grade 12 Parent Information Session, to provide parents with important information regarding the process of applying to College and University. It will be held in the theatre from 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. If you are planning on attending, please do not book interviews during this time slot.
Christ the King will be hosting a Parent-Teacher Interview night on Thursday, October 18th, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. This gives you an opportunity to discuss the progress of your son/daughter with their teachers. Please have your son/daughter speak to the subject teacher for an interview time. The students will receive their appointment slips on October 11 in homeroom along with their progress reports
To All Parents/Guardians and students of CtK, our Awards of Excellence evening will take place on October 11 at 6:30 p.m. in our school gym. We will be honouring our students outstanding academic achievements (i.e. honour roll) from the 2017-2018 school year.
To All Parents/Guardians of CtK Students: Progress reports will go out to the students on October 11, in their homeroom class. The students will also be receiving appointment slips for parent teacher interviews at the same time. They are to see each of their teachers to book appointments for interviews. The parent teacher interviews will be held on October 18th starting at 6:00 p.m. You will need an appointment to see the teacher, please advise your child to book these appointments.
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 /or physical activities, while a child has a suspected and/or diagnosed concussion, can worsen concussion symptoms and delay the student’s recovery.
What is Rowan’s Law Day?
In May 2013, 17-year-old Rowan Stringer died as the result of head injuries sustained in a game of rugby. In March 2018, the Ontario government passed Rowan’s Law, designed to protect athletes and to educate about the dangers of head injuries.
The health and safety of our students is our priority, and on September 26th, we hope to increase awareness about the dangers of concussion. Together, we can help our students prevent, recognize and respond to concussions.
For more information on our concussion protocol, visit our Board’s website.
Due to the high heat and temperatures expected this afternoon, all outdoor HCAA athletic events and practices scheduled for this afternoon will be cancelled. Thank you
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 the Board’s website and on each participating school’s website.
For more information on the activities scheduled for staff on September 17th, please view the P.A. Day Agenda here.
Our First Civvies Day is Thursday, September 27th. The students are expected to follow the dress code below:
DRESS CODE GUIDELINES FOR NON-UNIFORM DAYS & EVENTS • Clothing with inappropriate logos, sayings or pictures is not acceptable at school. • Tank tops, halter tops, tops with spaghetti straps, crop/midriff tops, cut-off shorts and torn jeans are not to be worn at school. • No bare midriffs or bare shoulders. • Physical Education clothing should provide for comfortable, modest and safe movement during activities. Students who wear clothing which is either too baggy or too tight will not be permitted to participate in class. • Shorts should cover to mid-thigh when seated.