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St. Andrew Elementary School
"We are Unique."
519.942.0262
  • St. Andrew Elementary School
  • 50 Meadow Drive
  • Orangeville ON, L9W 4C8
  • Phone: 519.942.0262
  • Fax: 519.942.9366
  • Principal: Dan LaCute
  • Vice Principal(s): Joe Lise
  • Superintendent: Les Storey
  • Trustee:
  • Frank Di Cosola (Ward 1)
  • Frank Di Cosola (Ward 1)
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St. Andrew Important Updates

WELCOME to St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School
where students aspire, learn and grow in faith.


 



What’s New?


Safe @ ST. ANDREW SCHOOL - Online Reporting Tool
Students can now report any negative incidents that affect their well-being and/or the well-being of our school community by using our new Online Reporting Tool. The incident may be one that either you have witnessed or experienced yourself.  If you have any questions, please be sure to talk to an adult you trust or contact Mr. LaCute at 519-942-0262.

 
YMCA Child Care Program  at St. Andrew School

For more information, call YMCA at 905-276-9322.

Hope for Haiti Mission Trip – July 2014
 
Virtue of the Month 

Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum

25/02/2015

On February 23, the Ministry of Education released its updated Health and Physical Education Curriculum. Read the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board’s letter to the community regarding the revised curriculum. Read More

Student Voice Leadership Conference

25/02/2015

On March 2, 200 Dufferin-Peel Catholic secondary school student leaders, and those identified with leadership potential, will gather at the Mississauga Grand Convention Centre for a Student Voice leadership conference. Read More

ShareLife Poster Campaign

05/02/2015

Kathryn Torchia, a Grade 8 student at Mississauga’s St. Therese of the Child Jesus Elementary School, will have her artwork featured on ShareLife’s official 2015 elementary school fundraising campaign poster. Read More

Black History Month

03/02/2015

Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools will host many engaging events and activities to celebrate Black History Month, including “It’s Everyone’s History”, a board-wide Black History Conference on February 19 for secondary school students. Read More

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