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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Ward Weekly Update

 

For the week of Monday November 13 – Friday November 17, 2017

 

Hello Parents & Guardians.  Below, please find our Mary Ward Weekly Update.  This was also sent home by School Connects voice message on Friday Nov. 10, 2017.

 

 

 

Monday Nov. 13     DAY 8
 
  • Free the Children Week – Focus on one of our social justice extra-curricular clubs highlighted by morning reflections, prayers, activities for TA groups and displays at lunch for week.
  • Carryover exam day ONLY for students who were permitted to carryover their course from last school year.  Students will know whether they are eligible to write their final exam by now.  All other students attend school as usual.
  • Trip:  PPL3O1/4O1 billiards, Club 300 bowling
  • Tickets for our school dance, Blackout 2017 (Thurs. Nov. 16th), will continue to be sold at lunch in the foyer for $5.00 (first come, first served).  Limit of 250 tickets to be sold.

 

Tuesday Nov. 14    Day 9

 

  • Trip:  WR3M/4M Trip to Asian Film Festival
  • Civvies Day for Free the Children - $2.00        Appropriate & respectful clothing, please.
  • Trip:  PPL3O1/4O1 trip to Toronto Newsgirls’ Boxing club
  • Trip:  SHSM Health & Wellness trip to Claremont Conservation area

 

Wednesday Nov. 15    DAY A

 

  • Unit 5 Suggested Target Date

 

Thursday Nov. 16    DAY B

 

  • Mary Ward school dance, “Blackout 2017”.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Dance ends at 11 p.m.  Parents/Guardians – please be prompt in picking up your children. 

     Please be at the school no later than 10:45 p.m.  (We have to work the next day!)

 

 

Friday Nov. 17

 

  • P.A.  Day (Professional Development for teachers and support staff)
  • DECA (Business competition club) regional competition.  Students meet at Cedarbrae Collegiate 8 a.m.
  • All other students remain home