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2021-22 School Year Calendar  

May Virtue of the Month: Acceptance
Acceptance is the ability to respect the dignity and rights of all persons, even those whose beliefs and behaviours differ from our own. Everyone should strive to love and respect their neighbour, as they love and respect themselves.

May is:
Asian Heritage Month (National)
Community Living Month in Ontario (Provincial)
Jewish Heritage Month (National)
National Vision Health Month (National)
South Asian Heritage Month (National)
Polish Heritage Month (Provincial)

May – Speech and Hearing Month (National)
Each year, Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) dedicates the month of May to raising public awareness about communication health. More information:   

May 24 – World Day of Prayer for the Church in China
In May 2007, Pope Benedict XVI asked that May 24 be observed as a Day of Prayer of the Church in China. He chose this day since it is the traditional Feast of Our Lady of Help of Christians, venerated at the Shrine of Sheshan in Shanghai.

May 25 & June 1 - Mindfulness Matters: Virtual Mental Health Conference for Grade 8 students
Robert F. Hall Catholic Secondary School’s Mindfulness Matters Triple A Team is hosting its second annual virtual Mental Health and Wellness Conference for Grade 8 students in its feeder schools (St. Evan, St. Rita, St. Andrew, St. Peter, St. Benedict, Holy Family and St. Cornelius). We are pleased to offer this transition event to promote Awareness, Advocacy and Action for positive Mental Health and Wellness on the mornings of May 25 and June 1, 2022. A team comprised of senior leadership students, teachers and support staff will lead and engage students virtually in a fun, informative and interactive morning of icebreakers, games, presentations, and workshops. It is our goal to ease the transition from elementary to secondary school while Grade 8 students cultivate relationships with their senior peer counterparts. The goal of the Triple A Team is to develop and foster a safe, caring, and inclusive community amongst students through mental health awareness and education, advocacy, and action. Our trained, student-led group will build capacity in mental health by increasing awareness, dispelling myths about mental health, linking students to resources and teaching healthy ways of dealing with their emotions. For more information, contact Josephine Marcolla at 905-584-1670 ext. 32165 or

May 27 - CaraZaga! 2022: Beyond Borders - Your Ticket to Exploring the World
St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School’s evening of celebration of diversity and multiculturalism is back in-person this year. Join us on Friday, May 27, 2022 from 6-9 pm for a night of food, crafts, performances and more. This event is free to attend. If you want to sample some food or purchase merchandise, you can purchase tickets for these at the event ($5 for 15 items). All proceeds will go to Development and Peace - Caritas Canada. Location: St. Aloysius Gonzaga S.S., 2800 Erin Centre Blvd., Mississauga. For more information, contact Mr. Andaya at 905-820-3900 ext. 70106 or

May 29 – The Ascension of the Lord
So then the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God. (Mark 16:19)

May 29 - World Communications Day
Catholics are invited to reflect upon the media of social communication and how these influence our lives. The media can promote values that lead to a more fully human society. The Church’s ministry is twofold, the media can be used to help promote the Gospel. At the same time, as receivers of the materials presented by the media, the faithful have a duty to support and promote worthwhile presentations on media and reject those which promote values contrary to spiritual growth.

May 31 – The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
“…..and exclaimed with a loud cry, “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.” (Luke 1:42)

June is:
National Indigenous History Month (Provincial)
Pride Month (National)
Filipino Heritage Month (National)
Italian Heritage Month (National)
Portuguese Heritage Month (National)
Brain Injury Awareness Month (National)
Deafblind Awareness Month (Provincial)
Seniors’ Month (Provincial) 

June 1 - Father Michael Goetz S.S.  "Applause | Menagerie" Arts Performance
Doors Open at 6:00 p.m. and show runs from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Location: Father Michael Goetz S.S., 330 Central Parkway West, Mississauga. For more information, call 905-277-0326.

June 2 - Elementary P.A. Day 

June 5: World Environment Day

June 10 - Guardian Angels School Invitational Chess Tournament
Guardian Angels School will be hosting an Invitational Chess Tournament on June 10, 2022. This tournament is open to ALL Dufferin-Peel Catholic Elementary Schools. Each school will only enter one team. Each team will be made up of five players + one alternate for a total of six players. Your one team can be made up of players from the junior and intermediate division. The cost per team is $60. This fee will cover banners, medals and ribbons. To secure your spot, make the cheque payable to Guardian Angels. Your spot in the tournament is official once payment is received. Payment must be received by no later than May 31, 2022. Spots are limited. Please respond to

June 20 - Graduation Mass for DPCDSB Graduates from 2020 and 2021
DPCDSB is hosting a Graduation Mass for secondary students who graduated in 2020 and 2021 to celebrate graduates impacted by the pandemic. Time: 5:00 PM. Where: St. Mary's Church
66 Main St S., Brampton. To attend, please RSVP by June 13:

June 20: World Refugee Day, Father’s Day (National)

June 21: National Indigenous Day (Provincial)

June 23:
National Day of Remembrance for Victims of Terrorism (National)

June 27:
Canadian Multiculturalism Day (National)

June 28 - Secondary P.A. Day

June 29 - Secondary P.A. Day

June 30 - Secondary P.A. Day

June 30 - Last Day of School (Elementary & Secondary)

August 27 – STOPR First Time Rider Safety Program
On August 27, Student Transportation of Peel Region welcomes all Kindergarten students to our First Time Rider Safety Program. This one-hour session will introduce your children to school buses prior to the first day of school. Sessions start at 9:00 am and run every 30 minutes until 12:00 pm at each school site listed on the EVENT FLYER. Parents/Guardians can book their session online through our new booking portal at starting on June 20, 2022.

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