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St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Elementary School
"Peace, Love, Service, Excellence"
905.542.9203
  • St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Elementary School
  • 3345 Escada Drive
  • Mississauga ON, L5M 7V5
  • Phone: 905.542.9203
  • Fax: 905.542.9207
  • Principal: Isabel Sauve
  • Vice Principal(s): Nancy Podobnik
  • Superintendent: Eric Fischer
  • Trustee:
  • Esther O'Toole (Ward 10)
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St. Bernard of Clairvaux Important Updates

Welcome/Bienvenue to

St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Elementary School

PEACE, LOVE, SERVICE, EXCELLENCE

 

THE MEMORARE

OF ST. BERNARD

“Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary,
that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection,
implored thy help, and sought thy intercession was left unaided.
Inspired with this confidence,
I fly unto thee O Virgin of Virgins, my Mother,
to thee I come,
before thee I stand sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word
Incarnate! Despise not my petitions, but, in thy mercy,
hear and answer me. Amen.”

This prayer was composed after the writings of St. Bernard, the first to give Mary her title of Notre Dame.

Souvenez-vous, ô très miséricordieuse Vierge Marie, qu'on n'a jamais entendu dire qu'aucun de ceux qui ont eu recours à votre protection, imploré votre assistance, réclamé votre secours, ait été abandonné.
Animé d'une pareille confiance, ô Vierge des vierges, ô ma Mère, je cours vers vous et, gémissant sous le poids de mes péchés, je me prosterne à vos pieds.
O Mère du Verbe incarné, ne méprisez pas mes prières, mais accueillez-les favorablement et daignez les exaucer. Amen

Cette prière a été composée d'après les écrits de Saint Bernard, le premier à donner à Marie le titre de Notre-Dame.

Acceptance Pledge

We the students of St. Bernard of Clairvaux School
agree to join together to make our
school a Caring, Safe and Inclusive
environment for all students.
We welcome the Uniqueness of all students.
We will have the Compassion to not bully
And the Courage to not be a bystander.
We will stand up for what we know is right.
We will use our words and actions to spread
Kindness and Love in our community.
We believe that every person should feel
Safe, Secure and Accepted.

WE ALL BELONG TO GOD'S FAMILY

The Catholic Community, Culture, and Caring (CCCC) Parent/Guardian Survey

 

Dear Parent/Guardian:

The Ministry of Education’s focus on Safe and Accepting Schools: Promoting a Positive School Climate requires that all elementary and secondary schools across Ontario implement a student and parent school climate survey every two years. As a Catholic school board, our fundamental understanding of the inherent human dignity of all people, helps us frame this requirement.     All parents and guardians of elementary and secondary students across Dufferin-Peel are invited to complete an anonymous and voluntary Catholic Community, Culture, and Caring School Climate Survey. This online survey has been developed to provide an opportunity for parents and guardians to express feedback regarding their perceptions of safety, inclusion, and communication with their child's school. Information collected from this survey will help inform schools about what is needed to make school a better place for all students and parents in Dufferin-Peel.

To take part in this survey, please visit the Dufferin-Peel website:

www.dpcdsb.org 

or access the Parent/Guardian Survey using the following link at:

http://bit.ly/2jG2xSR

or simply scan the QR Code below

Thank you for your support!

 

Virtue of the Month

RESPECT

"Let love be genuine; hate what is evil, hold fast to what is good; love one another

with mutual affection; outdo one another in showing honour....

Live in harmony with one another."  Romans 12:9-10,16

God wants us to treat all people with the respect they deserve.

A respectful person.....

 

  • sees God's presence in themselves and others
  • uses a positive tone of voice and body language
  • avoids gossip, swearing, name-calling, put-downs, and inappropriate gestures
  • says 'Excuse me' 'Please', 'Thank You'

 

Our Daily Prayer for February

Let us now pray....for the virtue of respect so that everyone we meet will feel like we are their brother or sister in Christ.  AMEN

"Be at peace with your own soul; then heaven and earth will be at peace with you." 
~St. Jerome~

 

Celebrating Black History Month

Black History Month in Canada

Click on image to learn more about Black History Month in Canada

 

 

February is Psychology Month

 

Hands-on Math Tools

Parent and Child Invitation

Supporting your child at home

Date: Thursday February 23, 2017

Location: Catholic Education Centre

40 Matheson Blvd. W.  Room 301

Light Dinner at 6:00 pm

Session: 6:30-8:30 pm

Please make sure to register by Wednesday February 15

grace.williamson@dpcdsb.org

or call

(905) 890-1221 Ext. 24005

 

Click on image to visit My Blue Print

Click on image to visit My Blue Print

 

My Blue Print is an easy way for students to plan

their educational and career goals

Make sure to visit it often with your child

                

Family Day

Monday February 20

 

First Reconciliation

Tuesday February 21, 2017

 

Pink Shirt Day

Wednesday February 22

Celebrate this important day and wear your Pink!

Wednesday February 22  is Pink T-shirt Day

Wear Pink and put an end to bullying

Click on image to learn more about Pink T-Shirt Day

 

Virtues Assembly

Virtues Assembly

Wednesday February 22

1:00-1:30 Grade 1-4

1:35-2:10 Grade 5-8

Presentations will take place in the school gym

All are welcome to attend

 

Grad Photos

Friday February 24

Put on your best smile!

 

Shrove Tuesday/Pancake Tuesday

Tuesday February 28

 

Classes will enjoy delicious pancakes.

Thank you Catholic School Council and all the wonderful parent volunteers!

 

Lent Begins

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday March 1

Please join us for our Ash Wednesday Celebration

9:15 in our school gym

All are welcome

 

Catholic Education Week

April 30-May 5, 2017

 

Catholic Education Week 2017

Please click on image to learn more about
Catholic Education Week 2017

 

Are You Ticked?

School Support Designation Campaign

 

 

Dufferin-Peel’s Are You Ticked? School support public awareness campaign has been active and ongoing for six years. This locally developed campaign has been supported by the Ontario Catholic School Trustee Association and the Archdiocese of Toronto and has been adopted by other Catholic boards across the province.

 

We all know the tremendous value of a Catholic education and it is important that we continue to share with the broader public that Catholic education is alive, well and thriving in Dufferin-Peel and Ontario.

 

One of the ways we can demonstrate this, is by ensuring that our school support designation is directed to the English Separate (Catholic) school system. Having school support designated as English Separate on provincial records is a clear indication of your support for the Catholic school system, whether you have children in the system or not.

 

It also allows your children to attend the Catholic school system and allows you to vote for the candidate of your choice running for Catholic school trustee in your area.

 

Many people are not aware that when they move and change residence or ownership, their school support designation automatically defaults to the public school system. The easiest way to determine if your support has been directed to the English Separate school system is to check your annual Property Assessment Notice that you receive from MPAC (Municipal Property Assessment Corporation).

 

If you live in Peel Region or Dufferin County, we encourage you to check your Direction of School Support, either through your municipality, or through the board’s Admissions Department at 905-890-0708 ext. 24512 or admissions@dpcdsb.org. If you reside outside the Dufferin-Peel jurisdiction, we encourage you to contact your local Catholic school board or municipality to ensure that your Direction of School Support is designated as English Separate.

 

If your spouse is non-Catholic, a Separate School Lease Agreement is an additional document which allows people, one of whom is non-Catholic, who are jointly responsible for the payment of property taxes, either directly through ownership or indirectly through the payment of rent, to direct school support to the Catholic system. Again, you can contact our Admissions Department for more information or for assistance.

 

Free Microsoft Office

Did you know you can get Microsoft Office for free?

Click on the link below to find more information

Free Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office

 

Peel School Traffic Count

Peel School Traffic Count Parent Letter

 

Mississauga Public Library

Churchill Meadows Branch

Mississauga Public Library  Churchill Meadows Branch

Click on image to visit Churchill Meadows Branch Website

The leaves are changing colour and the mittens are coming out!

What a great time to visit the Churchill Meadows Library to find a cozy corner and take advantage of all the wonderful programs:

Tween Book Club *First Wednesday of each month*6:00 pm-7:00pm Ages: 9Y-12Y Free

 

Catholic School Council 2016-2017

Council Co-chairs: A. Pickering Torresan & C. Dugas

Council Secretary: C. De Lio

Treasurer: P. Pehar

OAPCE Representative: L. Benedik

Parish Representative: E. Chaina

Fundraising Chair: L. Verri

Fundraising Cordinator: M Bunni

Volunteer Coordinator: M. Mazze

Parent Representatives: L. Quinney & K. Romany

Thank you members for allthat you do!

 

KIDSSENTIALS

Are you interested in ordering a fresh hot meal?

Just visit Kidssentials to place an order.

www.kidssentials.com

or call 905-855-1914 or email mail@kidssentials.com

Kidssentials

 

STOPR

Student Transportation of Peel

Region Information

STOPR School Start UP Transportation Procedure

 

School Cash Online

Is now available

Please click on link below to learn more

School Cash On Line

St. Bernard of Clairvaux is now launching School Cash Online

Please register to pay for....

Field Trips

Sports Events

Activity Fees

all on line

https://dpcdsb.schoolcashonline.com

Cash on Line

 

Pizza Day is every Wednesday

Thank you Catholic School Council!

 

Check out our new French Page under the Learning Tab

 

Volunteers Needed

Please consider volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering please make sure

to pick up a Criminal Reference Check Form

from the office

 

School Monthly Newsletters

Please check the School Monthly Newsletter Section for more information

 

Follow us on Twitter

@StBernardDPCDSB

@StBernardDPCDSB

Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations

I AM A BELIEVER!

I believe that God is an awesome God

I believe and have faith in God

I believe that God is with us always

I believe that we can talk to God anytime and any where, through prayer

I believe in the stories of the Bible

I believe in the stories of Jesus' life, death & resurrection

I believe in the Church community, celebrating Mass, and the seven Sacraments

I believe in forgiveness

Because I am a believer, I will live my life like Jesus

St. Bernard of Clairvaux Pastoral Plan

Please click on link to learn more about

St. Bernard of Clairvaux's Pastoral Plan

 

Kiss and Ride

Kiss and Ride

 

Personal Electronic Devices

Personal Electronic Device User Agreement

PED Parent Letter

 

Link to Dufferin Peel Cloud

http://dpcloud.dpcdsb.org

 

Bullying On-line Reporting Tool

Please follow link to complete the survey

http://dpcdsb.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/yyybbb/online-reporting-tool-cec-yftwe/?collector=59863

 

Please click on link below for information

regarding the revised Health and Phys. Ed Curriculum

Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum

On February 23, the Ministry of Education released its updated Health and Physical Education Curriculum.

 

St. Bernard

of Clairvaux is proud to be once again!

Gold Level Eco School

Please click on image to learn more about Eco Ontario Schools

The St. Bernard of Clairvaux Eco Tea is proud to announce

that we have once again attained a

GOLD MEDAL

We extend our appreciation to the students and parent community of St. Bernard of Clairvaux for their support with our campaigns and initiatives. We commend our Class Eco-Student Reps and recognize them for their leadership. We thank Mr. Pullara, Mrs. Podobnik for their support and continued commitment to keeping St. Bernard Green. The Eco Team extends a big thanks to the students and staff in our Needs Moderate class for their work in our school garden. We thank our custodial team for their daily work keeping our school clean and green. A big thanks goes out to all staff for their continued participation and promotion of all Eco Team campaigns and initiatives, environmental curriculum and the support extended to guide Class Eco-Student Reps to reach their highest potential.

Take time to explore God's creation.
For more tips for a Green summer vacation visit:

http://www.wikihow.com/Plan-an-Eco-Friendly-Vacation.

Follow us on Twitter @BernardEcoTeam
http://www.ontarioecoschools.org/

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Catholic Community Culture and Caring School Climate Parent Survey

06/02/2017

​This survey asks questions about what you think about the safety, inclusion, and communication with your child's school. Read More

In Our Thoughts and Prayers

31/01/2017

In memory of the victims of the shootings at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec in Ste. Foy, Quebec Read More

Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools celebrate Black History Month

30/01/2017

Dufferin-Peel Catholic schools will host many engaging events and activities to celebrate Black History Month, including "It's Everyone's History – Walking Forward Together in Hope", a board-wide Black History Student Conference on February 23 for secondary school students. Read More

Director’s Annual Report 2015-16

26/01/2017

The Director of Education produces an annual report to the community outlining board activities, events, highlights and statistical information over the past school year. Read More

Dufferin-Peel receives funding approval for two new schools

17/01/2017

The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board recently received notification from the Ministry of Education of the funding of two new Catholic elementary schools; one in Brampton and one in Caledon. Read More

Kindergarten Registration Dates for St. James Catholic Global Learning Centre

12/12/2016

Kindergarten Registration for the St. James Catholic Global Learning Centre will take place January 30 & February 1-3, 2017 Read More

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