St. Monica CES is now an OPHEA Certified Healthy School and has achieved GOLD status!
Recent events in Canada and the United States have ignited discussion and action focused on the experiences of anti-Black racism. The work needed to dismantle anti-Black racism is complicated, and differentiated depending on our own identities. It will require us to be committed to supporting each other and holding each other accountable.
St. Monica CES welcomes our new JK students! Beginning Full-Day Kindergarten is an exciting new step for a child. Online registration continues for our Full Day Kindergarten programme for September 2020. Please visit our Welcome to Kindergarten website to find out about our program and September start.
YCDSB Area 2 schools and parishes within our communities have partnered together to share messages of hope. Please take a few moments to enjoy inspiring messages from parish priests and Superintendent Laura Sawicky, as well as student artwork based on the Catholic Education Week theme of ‘Igniting Hope’. Please click on the link below.
Catholic Education Week (May 3-8) invites us to ignite hope and find hope in our world. St. Monica students, you bring hope to our world!
“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 15:13)
When the Eco Club at St. Monica Catholic Elementary School heard about the Australian bushfires and the animals it affected, they knew they had to take action.
Students came up with the idea to create more than 800 buttons to raise awareness for the bushfires and the animals that inhabit the lands. The button designs showcased animals native to Australia, including ... Continue reading "St. Monica CES Raises Funds for Australian Bushfires"