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Toronto Catholic District School Board

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   Standardized School Day at St. James CS
      JK-Grade 8
 
8:45           Teacher Supervision behind the school in the primary/Junior Yard
 
9:00                School Day begins!!!!!! 
 
10:42-10:57    Morning Recess
 
11:45-12:45    Gr 1-8 Lunchtime consists of 20 mins inside to eat their lunch and 40
                       mins of outside play until 12:45 pm
 
11:45-12:15    FDK (JK/SK) Lunchtime consists of 30 mins inside to eat their lunch
 
2:10-2:25        Afternoon Recess
 
3:30                Dismissal/bussing
 
3:45                Teacher Supervision ends in the primary/Junior Yard 
                   
 
Student Learning Success is linked to good attendance and being punctual.  When we are late, we interrupt the teacher's lessons and student learning.  
Be on Time and be Successful!
 
 
2017 Highschool Applications for Grade 8 students
 
 IMPORTANT DATES TO NOTE:
 
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2017  All Secondary School Applications due to the Admissions Department from the Elementary Schools
MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2018  “No Sooner Date” – Regional Program offers only (CAP, STEM, RAP, Cardinal Carter etc.)
MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 2018  “NO SOONER DATE” – Regular Program Offers
 
 
SECONDARY SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES
 
 
Student nutrition programs provide healthy meals and snacks to children and youth. The programs aim to educate students to make healthy choices and to encourage children to try new, healthy foods. Studies have shown that proper nutrients and energy lead to enhanced performance in the classroom. Each student nutrition program is unique and a reflection of its community. Our dedicated staff and volunteers operate the program with cooperation and support from Toronto Partners for Student Nutrition, The Angel Foundation, and Toronto Public Health. Student nutrition programs:
 
  • Support better scores in math, reading and science.
  • Provide nutrients and energy so that students are ready to learn and participate in school.
  • Create healthier eating habits.
  • Help prevent obesity.
Each year, the City of Toronto awards grants to school communities to help them offer a healthy meal or snack to their students. The goal of the grant is to help programs serve healthier foods and operate more days per week. These grants are supplemented by generous contributions from the community.
 

 

Student's OEN Number (found on student's report card)

Dear parent/guardian,

 

As we look ahead to the next school year, the Toronto Student Transportation Group is pleased to announce the launch of the new transportation portal available atwww.torontoschoolbus.org. The transportation portal allows you to look up your child’s transportation information and subscribe to the late bus notification system so that emails are delivered directly to your inbox when the school bus carrier has posted the route as late in the late bus portal. www.torontoschoolbus.org and select the ‘Parent’ link in the top right hand corner of page. From there, you can create an account, look up your child’s specific transportation information, and subscribe to the late bus notification.

 

 

For convenience, please find your child’s OEN (Ontario Education Number) on your child's report card. Your child’s OEN is required to authenticate and add your child to your account. You can also find this number on your child’s report card. A step-by-step guide to help you create an account, add your children to your profile, and subscribe to the late bus notification system is available on the portal page.

 

We hope that you will set up an account and ensure that the information we have on file for your child is accurate. Only students who are registered in the transportation system will be available to be added to your account. If you have received this letter and your child does not use the school bus, please let the school know so your child’s name can be removed from the route roster.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Toronto Student Transportation Group office at 416-394-4BUS (416-394-4287) or at transportation@torontoschoolbus.org.

Student Transportation Services

Toronto Student Transportation Group; 2 Trethewey Drive; 2nd Floor Annex; Toronto, Ontario; M6M 4A8 416-394-4287; transportation@torontoschoolbus.org; www.torontoschoolbus.org

 

Our Mission
At St. James Catholic Elementary School, the parent community plays a vital role in supporting student learning and achievement both in and outside the classroom. The old saying "it takes a village to raise a child" holds true even in our digital society.

 

Parents, in collaboration with school staff members, work together to help students realize their full academic potential and help children in their emotional development and spiritual growth as Catholics.Homework Help.png
 
Here are digital copies of forms that parents can print and fill out at home.​
 
You can also find below some tip sheets provided by People for Education and the Ontario Ministry of Education that parents may find useful. Simply click on the language that best suits your needs.

 

 In addition, for information on our school's parent council click on the link CPIC (left margin). 

 
EQAO Testing
 
Full Day Kindergarten Program
 
Homework Assistance
 
Parent Literacy/Numeracy Guide
 
 Free Afterschool Academic support Sessions for 2016-2017
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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