School Cash Online Information.pdf
Catholic School Council Get Involved.pdf
FDK Registration Info.PNG
2019-2020 Eye See, Eye Learn.png
2019 Extended French Information.pdf
Donations Module Key information - School Community
PLASP Child Care Services is now accepting registrations for programs in our school for the 2019/2020 school year. Please visit plasp.com for information or to register.
Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to request anything further.
Parent Engagement Nights
Below you will find information on Parent Engagement Nights:
Human Trafficking Flyer.pdf
Dr. Pepler Flyer.pdf
NEW CASL Consent Form
Every parent/guardian is required to have this form signed to receive any email communications from the school.
Visit the links below to continue your child's learning at home.
https://mpower.tvo.org/#/login/ (Grades FDK -6)
https://www.tvomathify.com/students (Homewoerk help for Grades 7 & 8)
https://knowledgehook.com/ (Grades 3-8)
ST. JULIA HOT WEATHER PLAN
Heat Stress is the overloading of the body's cooling system. Working or playing when it is hot puts stress on your body's cooling system. When heat is combined with other stresses, such as hard physical work, loss of fluids, fatigue or some medical conditions it may lead to heat related illness.
Students are encouraged to wear light coloured clothing, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen.
St. Julia will monitor the weather through Environment Canada and follow procedures as per Board guidelines, including review hot weather procedures with staff and implementing the plan on hot weather days. St. Julia's Hot Weather Plan includes:
Monitor the local humidex
Ensuring staff monitor students for signs of heat stress
Encouraging extra water drinking breaks throughout the day, including during recesses
Modifying or having indoor recess as per board guidelines to remain indoors in air conditioning
SUPPORTING NUMERACY AND LITERACY AT HOME
PED USER AGREEMENT
Click here to view Personal Electronic Device User Agreement
To maintain the safety of our Kiss
and Ride we request that parents do not open the driver side door to get out or
to let their child out. It is important that cars drive up to the beginning of
the Kiss and Ride and have their child exit from the passenger side onto the
curb of the school.
Click on picture for information on concussions