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Principal`s Message
 Welcome to Prince of Peace Community news!
 
Our school community is comprised of staff, students, parents and guardians who value Catholic education and strive to work in partnership to help each child achieve success. Every month our school board shines a spotlight on a Catholic virtue that we all try to emphasize in our day to day lives. It is my belief that we are a caring, supportive community in which children feel safe and nurtured. This school truly values the 3 C’s: community, compassion, and communication.
 
Our staff works diligently to create a rich educational experience for each child. The Ontario Curriculum is a comprehensive, challenging, and complex one that provides excellent learning goals and expectations for the students of this province. Along with these expectations, our teaching staff strives to enhance school life through various sporting, leadership, social justice and extended extra-curricular activities.
In order to gain a better sense of ongoing activities, please peruse the Monthly Newsletter section of this website.
 
The theme for our pastoral plan is Rooted In Christ: We Belong, we Believe, we Become. This year we celebrate the year of “we Become.” This year may involve a new way of living, a learning to follow Jesus in a new way, and to discover a new way of being, living, becoming.
Our vocation is defined by our belonging as members of God’s family and by what we believe. Our belonging and our beliefs define what we become in the world and in our environment, and invite us to become all God has created us to be. 
As we begin this school year, we continue to celebrate Christ who is always present with us. Around him, we build relationships; we celebrate our dignity, heal our differences, reconcile conflicts, show courage in the midst of adversities.
We will continue to celebrate our faith, and live the gospel by our very lives.
The theme for our pastoral plan is Rooted In Christ: We Belong, we Believe, we Become. This year we celebrate the year of “we Become.” This year may involve a new way of living, a learning to follow Jesus in a new way, and to discover a new way of being, living, becoming.
Our vocation is defined by our belonging as members of God’s family and by what we believe. Our belonging and our beliefs define what we become in the world and in our environment, and invite us to become all God has created us to be. 

We will continue to celebrate our faith, and live the gospel by our very lives.
 
 
 
Florence Connolly