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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Developmental Assets Program: Exemplary Practice Award Winner, 2015​

Developmental Assets is an initiative built around creating a school climate focused on community, student engagement and student voice. We are constantly striving to integrate developmental assets into the curriculum, school assemblies, workshops, and overall student life. The developmental asset is a group of students who strive to encourage the rest of the Libermann school community to be actively aware of their own personal assets and how to continually develop new assets. Our hope is to continue to promote and build assets in our students and create more opportunities for students to become healthy, caring, and responsible individuals of society.  

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Canadian Involvement in WWII

Students had an opportunity to work with guest speaker Tim Stewart from Don Bosco to learn about Canadian involvement in WWII. Tim shared his collection of artifacts and students had the chance to "train" to become spies.



Ms. Choma's Class "Talks Turkey"

Soup, sandwiches and midterm assessment. What have we learned? What do we need to learn? What are our successes? What could we do better? ... And of course our developmental assets helped us to connect the dots!

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"During his 54 years as a priest, John made an incredible contribution to Catholic education in the city of Toronto. First assigned to Canada in 1961, Father John taught at Neil McNeil High School where he became principal in 1968. In 1977 Father John became the founding principal of Francis Libermann High School, named in honour of one of the founders of the Spiritans. In 1984 and until his retirement in 1989, Father John was Superintendent of Education for the Toronto Catholic District School Board. From the time of his retirement."

"Visitation, will take place on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 from 2:00 - 5:00 and 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. (with Vigil prayer service at 8:00 p.m.) at Paul O'Connor Funeral Home, 1939 Lawrence Ave. E., Scarborough, ON M1R 2Y8. Funeral Mass on Thursday, January 15, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Joseph's Highland Creek Church, 200 Morrish Road, Scarborough, ON M1C 1E8. Cremation to follow. The Mass will be followed by a light reception in the church hall. Interment of the cremated remains will be held next week at Holy Cross Cemetery."

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It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...

Mr. Manera's class builds a Nativity Scene! #DIY

Movember 2014

This year the students and staff of our school raised nearly $1,900 in support of the commitment to change the face of men’s health and help fund programs working to improve the lives of men affected by prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health issues.

Well done, Mo Bro's!


​​​​​​​​Remembrance Day

November 11th, 2014, marked the 100th anniversary of World War 1 and the Francis Libermann C.H.S. commemorated this with various activities during Remembrance week (November 4-11) and a solemn Remembrance Day Service. The school flew the Canadian flag at half-mass on November 11th observed two minutes of silence at 11:00 AM. This marked the date and time when armies ceased fire and World War I ended.  We remembered more than 1,500,000 Canadians who have served throughout our nation’s history and more than 118,000 who died serving.

Community members were encouraged to wear poppies before and on Remembrance Day to show their respect and support for Canadian troops. Poppies were handed out to classes and a voluntary donation to the Royal Canadian Legion was made in exchange. Every homeroom class made their own poppy which was placed in the school garden during our school ceremony.


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Developmental Assets


 Developmental Assets: Gratitude