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Grade 12 Students!
Please get your Community Service Hours in! It is a grad requirement to have at least 40 hours. The deadline to hand in your hours is June 1st. Please take the paperwork directly to the Guidance Office. Please make sure the appropriate information / signatures is on the form!
St. Robert CHS will celebrate Catholic Education Week by holding school masses on Tuesday, May 2nd (for our grades 9 and 11 students) and Wednesday, May 3rd (for our grades 10 and 12 students).
On a daily basis we begin the day in prayer. During Catholic Education Week, members of our Liturgical Choir will sing the Gospel Acclamation and read from ... Continue reading "Catholic Education Week May 1st to May 5th"
Are you going to prom? You will need at to fill in at least one of these forms…
- Tell us who you’d like to be seated with!
- If you’re bringing a guest who is not currently a St. Robert CHS student, you will need to fill out a Guest Form too! Don’t delay…get this done sooner than later ... Continue reading "Attention Graduates! Prom information is required…"
Parents and Guardians,
Report cards will go home Thursday, April 13th. Please review and discuss your child’s report card with them. Included with the report card will be a letter which outlines how to book an interview with your child’s teachers. The letter is also attached here for your reference. Should you need assistance with this, please do not hesitate to ... Continue reading "Report Cards and Parent Teacher Interviews"
The Ministry of Education is committed to improving Indigenous education in Ontario, improving student achievement and well-being, and closing the achievement gap between Indigenous students and all students. In 2007, the Ontario Ministry of Education launched the Ontario First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework (the Framework). The Framework guides the Ministry of Education, school boards and schools as ... Continue reading "Indigenous Education Survey"
The Institute for Catholic Education (ICE) would like to hear from all stakeholders in the YCDSB community about Catholic education in Ontario! “Renewing the Promise” is a dialogue to solicit your input about Catholic education in Ontario and will help guide the work of ICE for the future.
Our YCDSB teachers, staff, parents and students play a very important part of this dialogue ... Continue reading "The Critical Role of Catholic Education in Ontario Consultation"
The York Catholic District School Board is seeking 2 community members with financial expertise and business knowledge to serve on its audit committee for a 3-year term effective April 1, 2017.
The Audit Committee is comprised of 3 trustees and 2 independent members drawn from the community ... Continue reading "Posting for External Member to sit on YCDSB Audit Committee"
The York Catholic District School Board’s Multi-Year Strategic Plan identifies four commitments to our stakeholders. They include: the Integration of Catholic Faith, the Continuous Improvement of Student Achievement, the Effective Use of Our Resources and Engaging Our Communities. Faced with increasing financial restraints, these commitments continue to guide the Board’s decision-making on new investments and areas for cost reductions.
During the spring 2016 ... Continue reading "Changes to the Winter School Site Maintenance Program"