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 school boards and partners within the Hamilton Diocese, this year, we will celebrate ‘the gift that is in you’ (1 Timothy 4:14) as we honour the partners whose contributions have helped build the Catholic educational community in the Diocese.
The celebration will begin with a theatrical celebration of Catholic Education in the Hamilton Diocese, and will be followed by a Eucharistic Celebration with The Most Reverend Douglas Crosby, Bishop of Hamilton. Following the Mass, a reception will be held at Holy Cross Parish Hall.
Members of the community wishing to attend are asked to RSVP to Elizabeth Trolio by email at email@example.com.
Christ the King Catholic Secondary SchoolPosted on by Mary Sala
Diplomas and other official documents may be picked up at the school during the following times: Wednesday, June 27th @ 12:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m. & Thursday, June 28th 9:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.
Important Information: You must return both your gown and vee stole in order to receive these documents, only the graduate or their parent/guardian may pick up a diploma, as it is an official government document
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.
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 a test, as there are no right or wrong answers. The survey is completely voluntary and anonymous, and is simply a way for students to have their voices heard.
What Does the Student Survey Measure?
The student survey involves measurement that includes, but is not limited to:
Social/Emotional Outcomes (e.g. social engagement, emotional health);
Physical Health Outcomes (e.g. risky behaviours);
Drivers of Student Outcomes (e.g. school context, classroom context).