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St. Marguerite d'Youville Secondary School
"To Trust, To Risk, To Love, To Serve"
905.789.5560
  • St. Marguerite d'Youville Secondary School
  • 10815 Dixie Road
  • Brampton ON, L6R 2W5
  • Phone: 905.789.5560
  • Fax: 905.789.1143
  • Principal: Kevin Greco
  • Vice Principal(s): Frances Campese
  • James Chambers
  • Anthony Marcellino
  • Superintendent: Les Storey
  • Trustee:
  • Darryl D'Souza (Ward 2)
  • Shawn Xaviour (Ward 9)
  • Shawn Xaviour (Ward 10)
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St. Marguerite d'Youville Important Updates

WELCOME TO ST. MARGUERITE D'YOUVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary 1995-2015

Please follow us on Twitter @dytweets

 

SCHOOL CLIMATE SURVEY 2015

Catholic Community Culture & Caring Survey

 

SEMESTER 1 FINAL EXAMS SCHEDULE

January 21 - 27  2015

Students should be in full uniform & in their exam room by 8:05am each morning.

 

 

Date Exam Time
Wednesday January 21 Period 1 Exam 8:15 - 10:30
Thursday January 22 Period 2 Exam 8:15 - 10:30
Friday January 23 Period 3 Exam 8:15 - 10:30
Monday January 26 Period 4 Exam 8:15 - 10:30
Tuesday January 27 Exam Snow Day * *
Wednesday January 28 Exam Review Day Full Day & Uniform
Thursday January 29 PA Day  No Classes
Friday January 30 First Day of Semester 2 Full Day & Uniform

NOTE: Students who are absent from their exam(s) may receive a mark of "zero."

 

Letter to Parents and/or Guardians  *EXAM SNOW DAY*

 

Bus Information for Parents & Students from STOPR website www.stopr.ca

Inclement Weather Bus Procedures 2014-2015

 

STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION 2015 - 2016

General Registration Information

Admissions Questionnaire

Religious Expectations

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE

Information Night for Secondary Students

 

GRADUATION 2015 PHOTOS

 

LAST CHANCE January 12th 2015

Appointments in Room 103

www.bookmygrad.com code DYO

 

Check all the latest news in our current School Newsletter:

Paws and Reflect November 2014

 

PRINCIPAL'S OPENING MESSAGE 2014-2015 ACADEMIC SCHOOL YEAR

 

Click on the link for Mr. Greco's opening message: Principal Message 2014

2014 -2015 Pastoral Plan

 

Nov. 28, 2014 SCHOOL BUS INFORMATION

 

Eligible Students MUST show Picture ID & Valid Bus Pass available in Library to ride bus daily

 

COURTESY SEATS HAVE BEEN AWARDED PLEASE CHECK WEBSITE 

 

Bus Information for Parents & Students from STOPR website www.stopr.ca

 

Check the website with your child's OEN number, which is located on their schedule, to determine if they are eligible or have been awarded a Courtesy Seat for bus transportation to St. Marguerite d'Youville. If they are information about pick up times and routes will be available. If they are not eligible, you can obtain an application for courtesy seating. 

 

Below is important information for parents and safety tips for students.

Updated Courtesy Seat Information for Parents/Guardians

Courtesy Seat Application

Inclement Weather Bus Procedures 2014-2015

Letter 1Bus Safety Tips

General Bus Information for Parents

Information for 2014 Grade 8 Parents

 

FLU PREVENTION in PEEL REGION 2014-2015

Do you have a cough?   Wash Your Hands

 

BATTLEFIELDS & CULTURE EUROPEAN TRIP MARCH BREAK 2015

Tour Highlights  Final Itineray  Formal Application

 

 

CATHOLIC EDUCATION CENTRE PROGRAM 2014-2015: EMMANUS

 

 

St. Marguerite d'Youville School community welcomes the new Emmaus Program. This Ministry of Education funded program connects William Osler Health Centre and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. It provides alternative learning opportunities for students who require specialized support. Just as Christ ‘walked with’ the disciples on the road to Emmaus, Emmaus is intended to ‘walk with’ students, responsive to the educational needs of young people for whom the regular pattern of school and/or family life is interrupted for a variety of reasons. As on the Road, the Emmaus Program is intended as a transitional program and period of time to enable students to move toward success within a regular school program. We continue to work hard at building an inclusive school community, creating ‘paths of joy’ where all are welcome.

 

 

 

CANADA’S ANTI-SPAM LEGISLATION CASL

 

Schools are required to obtain and retain a signed consent form in order to be able to communicate electronically with parents/guardians when sending newsletters and other forms of communication which include promotional information.

 

CONSENT FORM

 

 

CHANGES TO THE IMMUNIZATION OF SCHOOL PUPILS ACT (ISPA) July, 1 2014

 

Recent changes to the Immunization of Schools Pupils Act (ISPA) require all students to be immunized against meningococcal disease. Students 12 years of age and older must have the meningococcal ACYW-135 vaccine or a valid exemption. It is estimated that approximately 20% of Peel secondary school students have not had the vaccine. Peel Public Health is offering catch up clinics in secondary schools for those students who did not receive the vaccine in grade 7/8. Letters will be mailed to students who require the meningococcal vaccine with information about the requirements and encouraging them to attend the clinic.

 

Click here ISPA FAQ

 

 

DUFFERIN-PEEL CATHOLIC INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

 

Information regarding the International Student Program, the new Summer ESL Credit Program for International Students, our Student Exchange Program, and community supports available to newcomers, will be shared on Thursday October 23rd 2014

 

Information Flyer

 

 

SAFETY FIRST WHEN DROPPING OFF STUDENTS AT SCHOOL

 

The safety of all children and staff must be considered as paramount at all times when dropping students off at school.
The number of serious incidents related to traffic circulation at the front of the school and in the Kiss and Ride area during morning arrival and afternoon dismissal has risen. These incidents include vehicles entering the site in the wrong direction, parking and pulling out of no parking zones, parking in bus lanes, to name a few.
It is imperative that all parents and guardians who drive their children to school adhere to the traffic circulation plan and comply with the traffic and parking signage on the site. It is equally imperative that all drivers follow the direction of staff managing the traffic circulation on the school site.
Thank you for your consideration and co-operation with this important matter.

 

Parent Letter TRAFFIC SAFETY CONCERNS.docx

 

 

 

LETTER TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS - PUBLIC BUDGET CONSULTATION

2014-15BudgetConsultationLettertoParents

 

Are You Ticked? Direction of School Support Awareness Campaign

 

Brampton’s St. Marguerite d’Youville Secondary School is among 12 schools in the province receiving the Premier’s Award for Accepting Schools.

Congratulations d'Youville on achieving GOLD Eco Certification for the 3rd Consecutive year! Thank-you Green Force, our dedicated Eco Committee and our staff and student community. WAY TO GO!

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Summer Study Tours

26/01/2015

Dufferin-Peel secondary students will have the unique opportunity to participate in two summer study tour programs this July - School on a Bus and Spirit of America. Read More

Speak Up Student Conference

22/01/2015

On January 28, 750 Grade 7 students from Brampton North East Catholic elementary schools will participate in the "Speak Up" Student Conference. Read More

KinderParent Online Chat Sessions

09/01/2015

On January 19 and January 20 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board will offer parents of incoming Kindergarten children an online chat/information session where they will receive a general overview of Kindergarten through a Catholic lens and the opportunity to ask questions and receive real time responses via an online chat room. Read More

Board reinvests accumulated surplus

10/12/2014

At its December 9 meeting, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board approved a multi-year strategy for the deployment of accumulated surplus, including a re-investment of $6 million in learning, technology and infrastructure to support student achievement and well-being. Read More

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