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Information about Busing


Letter to Parents -Transportation Reinstated, June 28, 2016.pdfLetter to Parents -Transportation Reinstated, June 28, 2016.pdf


Boys Intermediate Soccer


Technology Summer Camp


Summer Camp 2016 Schedule_Yorkdale.pdfSummer Camp 2016 Schedule_Yorkdale.pdf


Special Board Meeting Regarding Transportation Changes



A Special Board Meeting has been called by the Chair of the Board to review the June 2, 2016 decision regarding $2.45 million in expenditure savings from the 2016-2017 Transportation budget.
Special Board Meeting – Monday, June 27, 2016 at 7:00 pm.
Catholic Education Centre
80 Sheppard Avenue East (1 block east of Yonge)
Board Room, 2nd floor
Free parking underground
Anyone wishing to make presentations to the Board of Trustees on this issue at this Special Board Meeting on Monday, June 27, 2016 must register by completing an online registration form at:
Or by completing the Delegation Registration Form manually and send by fax to the Recording Secretary at 416-229-5353 or by email to . (Please remember to save your completed form to your computer before submitting via email.)
As with all board meetings, the proceedings will be webcast live. You can tune in to watch the meeting here:



Update About Teacher Negotiations


Parent Update re TECT Negotiations, June 22, 2016.pdfParent Update re TECT Negotiations, June 22, 2016.pdf



Milk Bags Help Families In Need


Milk Bag Weaving Thank you Letter.pdfMilk Bag Weaving Thank you Letter.pdf



 OAPCE Newsletter


OAPCE TO June Newsletter 2016 Final.pdfOAPCE TO June Newsletter 2016 Final.pdf



Volunteer Appreciation Tea

Tea Invitation (1).pdfTea Invitation (1).pdf


Trustee's for 2016-2017


TRUSTEES on two columns August 2016.pdfTRUSTEES on two columns August 2016.pdf


Mental Health and Well Being Newsletter

June newsletter.1.pdfJune newsletter.1.pdf 



Attention all Kindergarten parents for the 2016-2017 school year

Our Welcome to Kindergarten event is scheduled for Wednesday May 25th at 6pm

- it will be an information session and an opportunity to meet some of the staff.


Junior Classes Put on a Dance Show with Help from the Traveling Stage



Parent Engagement Resource Event

Plan to attend the Special Education Parent Resource Fair this weekend.

See the attached flyer for information


Program Special Ed Parent Engagement Event.pdfProgram Special Ed Parent Engagement Event.pdf

Maestro Wes Visits St. Simon


Singer, actor, and motivational speaker Wes "Maestro" Williams visited St. Simon school on April 18th to speak with the students about motivation and developing resilience. Students learned about the steps they need to take to achieve their goals and overcome challenges. 


Autism Awareness Presentation


On Friday April 1st, the students at St. Simon participated in a student lead Autism Awareness Assembly. Part of this assembly was for the students to understand and learn about Autism. They also participated in the Board wide Autism Awareness Dance.







 Jr. Girls Volleyball





Attention all Grade 8 Parents!!

Grade 9 Registration at St. Basil's in canceled for today, March 1, 2016

a new registration date:


Tuesday March 8, 2016



St. Simon Junior Public Speaking


On Friday February 26th, some students in Grades 4, 5, and 6 competed in the first Junior Public Speaking contest at St. Simon. Many well written and researched speeches were presented to the panel of judges, Mr. Della Mora, Ms. Pisani, and Fr. Josue. Congratulations to all of the participants!





Mental Heath Newsletter


Mental Health Newsletter March.pdfMental Health Newsletter March.pdf


St. Simon Student Led Learning Walk (SLLW)

Student work was displayed in the school gym during the SLLW. All grades were represented through the lens of the Mathematics and Visual Art. The strand of Geometry was highlighted. The goal of a Learning Walk is for parents and students to understand the trajectory of learning that occurs in the same subject area or strand from Kindergarten to Gr. 8.



Grade 1

Grade 2





Grade 3




Grade 4




 Grade 5

Grade 6


Grade 7

Grade 8

Thank you to all the parents who visited the SLLW and all the home support and effort that encourages and supports our partnership in student learning.


St. Simon shows Success in Junior Soccer


Jr. Girl's Soccer



Jr. Boy's Soccer




Board Information

Multi-Year Strategic Plan Information

Parents are invited to be informed about TCDSB future direction. Please consider completing the survey on the below link.


Additional Information About Publicly Funded Catholic Schools


Your support is needed to speak up for Catholic education. Once again the government of Ontario has launched the “Talk Ontario” website to gather ideas from Ontarians on the priorities they think should be addressed in the upcoming provincial budget.  The site was launched a few weeks ago and at present  the “ideas” generating some of the most feedback and getting the attention of the media, are the ideas pushing for the amalgamation of school boards and/or the elimination of publicly funded Catholic schools. You can also do a search on the site for “Catholic education” to bring up various posts related to this topic.



We encourage our community to speak up in opposition to such ideas. Following is a link to one of the more “popular” idea threads calling for the amalgamation of Ontario’s education system – we encourage you to communicate your opposition to any move in this direction:



Kindergarten Registration Information 2016/2017 School Year





Kindergarten Registration Information.pdfKindergarten Registration Information.pdf

2016-2017 - SOAR - Student Application Process for Parents Dec 8.pdf2016-2017 - SOAR - Student Application Process for Parents Dec 8.pdf

 2016-2017 SOAR Parent Information Pamphlet.docx


Parent-Teacher Conferences

Interview letter.pdfInterview letter.pdf


Picture Day November 4th

- full uniform


Allerject Recall Information *** Important if you have one***

Allerject Info Recall.pdfAllerject Info Recall.pdf




Picture Day!!

November 4th.pdfNovember 4th.pdf



Dedication Mass at St. Jude's Parish 

mass of dedication note.docxmass of dedication note.docx


Parent Involvement Week

Letter to Parents re Parent Involvement Week, October 5, 2015.pdfLetter to Parents re Parent Involvement Week, October 5, 2015.pdf


High School Open Houses

All Grade 8 and 7 students are encouraged to attend the open houses.

Secondary School Open Houses for 2015.pdfSecondary School Open Houses for 2015.pdf



Curriculum Night BBQ

Thursday September 24 @ 5:30pm

BBQ Food form.docBBQ Food form.doc



Confirmation Information for Gr 7 & 8 Parents and Students

Confirmation Update.docxConfirmation Update.docx


Bus Stop Information

If your child rides the bus to, or from school, please see the attached document outlining the stops and times of pickup/drop off.





Information from the TCDSB

September 2015 update for monthly newsletters.docxSeptember 2015 update for monthly newsletters.docx



1st Communion Information

Communion Information 2015.pdfCommunion Information 2015.pdf



Some Changes for the 2015-2016 School Year



Dear Parents and Guardians,


Another successful year at St. Simon has come to an end and we want to take a moment to wish everyone a happy and safe summer.
A couple of reminders to for the upcoming academic year 2015-2016:
Our  school lunch hour will remain the same and run from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., but the students’ eating time will change to the end of the lunch hour.  Presently they have lunch from 11:15 to 11:35 a.m.  which is only 47 minutes after their morning recess snack, by changing their eating time to 11:55 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. we will be balancing their food consumption during the day and create a better balanced school day.
Secondly as classes for the upcoming year are being created, a reminder that all classes are tentative as there may be a change in school population over the summer months which will have a direct impact on the classes.


To all a great summer and we’ll see you in September,
Mr. Boccia and Mr. Howlett 




Learning doesn’t have to stop during the summer months!
Beginning June 29th, TCDSB will provide weekly on-line Literacy, Numeracy and Pathways learning activities for all TCDSB students K-12!
For younger students in Grades K-6 TCDSB Summer Playground offers:
·         learning activities and resources that reflect the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations and  the language and mathematics curriculum
·         information for parents and students about events and activities that are happening across local Toronto neighbourhoods
·         a variety of ways for students to inquire and learn through At Home, Using Technology, and In the Community activities.
For our older students in Grades 7-12, TCDSB My Summer, My City will offer a wide variety of literacy, numeracy and Pathways activities for students to explore their interests and their city through reading, writing and online learning opportunities.
New this year is the Parents’ Corner that will support parents as they help their children continue their learning throughout the summer months.
Students and parents can visit TCDSB Summer Playground and TCDSB My City, My Summer each week and can follow our tweets using the hashtags #summerplayground and #mysummermycity.
Wishing everyone a fun- and learning-filled summer!  Come Learn with Us!





Wednesday June 10th 2015

All families are welcome to attend the Lego night this Wednesday in the gym at 6:30pm

St. Simon Math Night Flyer Final for June 10, 15.docSt. Simon Math Night Flyer Final for June 10, 15.doc


You are Invited!

All school volunteers and Grandparents of students are invited for a light breakfast on June 10th at 8:30am

You are Invited.docxYou are Invited.docx


Bowen Foundation Summer Camp

Bowen 1.jpgBowen 1.jpg

Bowen 2.jpgBowen 2.jpg



St. Simon Pilgrimage Mass to St. Jude's Parish

St. Jude Mass May 27th.pdfSt. Jude Mass May 27th.pdf


EQAO Information

EQAO parent letter.pdfEQAO parent letter.pdf



Blacklegged Tick Information

Memo_DMcKeown_Schools_Blacklegged Ticks_May 21.pdfMemo_DMcKeown_Schools_Blacklegged Ticks_May 21.pdf


Summer is a Great time to continue Learning

See the attached flyer for some great resources to use in the summer to support your child's learning.

2015 Learning Advantage Order Form.pdf2015 Learning Advantage Order Form.pdf

Farm Camp TRCA.pdfFarm Camp TRCA.pdf



St. Simon Family Math Night

Join us for a fun filled evening playing math games and learning new activities you can do at home to support   and enhance the mathematical understanding of your child.

Thursday May 28th at 6:30pm-8:30pm in the gym.



St. Basil's Information Night for Gr. 8 Students and Parents: May 21 at 7pm

Gr  8 Partnership with Parents 2015.pubGr 8 Partnership with Parents


Update on ETFO Strike

Parents re ETFO potential strike, May 6, 2015.pdfParents re ETFO potential strike, May 6, 2015.pdf


From St. Jude's Parish




From St. Jude’s Church:
Please note that as of this year, the age of Confirmation has changed to correspond to the age of those in Grade 7. The Archdiocese has made this change official and we invite parents with children in this grade to stay tuned with parish announcements (church bulletin) regarding procedures for this coming year. It is important to know that for 2016, we will have both grade 8 and grade 7 students celebrating Confirmation during the same year. We are awaiting instructions from the Archdiocese regarding how to proceed and how Confirmations are to be planned given that we will have double the number only this year. Parents should be contacting the Church office for any questions, not the school or the teachers, and be sure to get firsthand information. The schools will only refer you to us in order to discuss any sacraments for your child. Thank you.



Children's Mental Health Awareness Week

Children's MH Awarness Wk 2015.docxChildren's MH Awareness Wk 2015.docx


Information about Labour Relations

Labour negotations update.pdfLabour negotiations update.pdf



Italian Film Fest

Flyer for email.pdfFlyer for email.pdf

SARA UN PAESE Activity.pdfSARA UN PAESE Activity.pdf


Support York Student Teachers Teaching In Kenya


St. Simon Kenya Letter.docxSt. Simon Kenya Letter.docx


Gr. 8 Graduation Pictures are April 8th

Students are encouraged to wear a white collared shirt for the pictures. Boys may want to wear a tie.



Measles Information

Letter to parents in schools outbreak over ENGLISH.pdfLetter to parents in schools outbreak over ENGLISH.pdf


Easter Greetings From our School Trustee


An Easter Message.pdfAn Easter Message.pdf


Lego Club


The Lego Club will begin on March 31st. The club will be at lunch in either the library or on the stage. Only students who have registered may participate.


  • Grade 1’s – Tuesdays, March 31 and April 7, 14, 21 & 28* (On the Stage)
  • Grade 2’s – Tuesdays, March 31 and April 7, 14, 21 & 28* (In the Library)
  • Grade 3’s – Thursdays, April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30* (In the Library)
  • Grade 4, 5 & 6’s – Fridays, April 10, 17 & 24 and May 1 & 8* (In the Library) No Club on Good Friday, Friday April 3.



Easter Food Drive

Help support the St. Jude Parish Easter Food Drive through donations at St. Simon school. See the flyer below for more information and the types of items most in need.

Thank you for your support.


Easter Food Drive 2015.pdfEaster Food Drive 2015.pdf



Parent Budget Information Session





Message from the TCDSB to Parents


Hello Everyone,


We thank all the parents and CSACs who have already taken the time to provide feedback to us about the budget through our online survey, numerous committee meetings, and our virtual Town Hall. 
Your input is invaluable to the Board as it moves forward this spring to begin discussions, and make preliminary decisions, around potential reductions in an effort to balance its budget.
We would ask you to help us get the word out to all parents that we want to hear from as many as possible.
It only takes a few minutes to complete, and the feedback is anonymous.
Please note also that there will be a second round of consultations starting in late March/early April once the Board considers the input received during this first stage of consultation.
As always, the involvement and support of our parent communities is greatly appreciated.



Budget Survey


Letter re Budget Survey to Parents, etc.,  March 6, 2015.pdfLetter re Budget Survey to Parents, etc., March 6, 2015.pdf



TCDSB Financial Information

Board Financial Information.pdfBoard Financial Information.pdf



Anti-Bullying Dress Down/ Marlies Game Day


February 25th students may wear a pink shirt to show support for Anti-Bullying awareness.

Students in Grade 4-8 may wear their favourite Marlies/Maple Leaf clothing if they are going to the Marlies game.


Jump Rope For Heart


Tuesday February 24th is our Jump Rope for Heart day. All students may wear red to support our fundraising efforts.  



Celebrate Mass With Cardinal Thomas Collins


On behalf of the Catholic Parent Involvement Committee, it is our pleasure to extend an invitation to the entire TCSDB community to join in the celebration of Mass with Cardinal Thomas Collins.


TIME:               7:00 P.M.
                        36 Greenfield Avenue
                        Toronto, ON
This Family Mass will focus on the invaluable partnership that exists between our families, our staff and our Catholic Church.
This evening is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a Catholic community to celebrate the liturgy with His Eminence and to hear from Cardinal Collins on how we can strengthen the Catholic home, school and parish bond.   
The choir from Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary School will also be joining us for this celebration.
Those attending are encouraged to submit some questions in advance for the Cardinal’s consideration.





High School Admissions Information


Parents please read the attached letter regarding High School admissions.

Letter to parents high school admissions.pdfLetter to parents high school admissions.pdf


February Fun Week: Carnival/Carnevale

Feb 9-11



Go Green and Grey for Goats on Game Day!

Students vs. Teachers volleyball $1

Students wear: green and grey $1

Proceeds going to buy goats for families overseas.



Green/ White/ Red Day

Italian Tombola

Students wear: green, white and red

Jelly Bean Guessing Game 25c per guess or 5 for $1



Red and White Day

Students to wear: red and white to celebrate Canada's flag

French Bingo

Visit from a special guest



Shrove Tuesday


Parent Volunteers needed!


Any parents interested in volunteering their time to help prepare pancakes on Shrove Tuesday (Tuesday February 17th) please contact Mr. Howlett via Email at:

Information for new Registrations

Registration information.pdfRegistration information.pdf


Kindergarten Registration

kindergarten letter 2014 registrations.pdfkindergarten letter 2014 registrations.pdf



St. Jude's Parish Christmas Play


Children and youth interested in participating in the dramatization of the First Christmas at the 4:00pm Christmas Eve Mass are invited to sign up this week. The sign up dead-line is Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 4:00pm.
Parents are asked to call and register their child by phone or come to the parish office during office hours, Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm.


Dress Down Day Tomorrow

Students may come to school on Friday November 28th in civvies. A $1 donation will be collected for charity.


Rafiki Bracelets


Please support Free the Children by purchasing a $7 Rafiki Bracelet.  Bracelets are on sale now through November 28 in Room 121.
Give the gift of empowerment this Christmas by purchasing a Rafiki bracelet and remember:
think WE not me!!    Learn more  at
The Me to We Team



New Health and Physical Education Curriculum Information



Winter is Here!

The winter weather has begun!

Please ensure that students are prepared to be outside during snowy and cold weather. Hats, mitts or gloves, boots and snow pants are also recommended. Students should also have a pair of indoor shoes to wear in the building. 

Packing an extra pair of socks or gloves is also a great idea.



Letter from ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Please read the attached letter from ALS Society of Canada in regard to our participation in the ALS Ice bucket challenge.

ALS Letter to St. Simon.pdfALS Letter to St. Simon.pdf




Dental Screening

During the week of Nov 24th, Toronto Public Health will be visiting the school to provide our students with dental screening. See the attached letter for information.

Dental Screening info - Parent's Letter.pdfDental Screening info - Parent's Letter.pdf



The Book Fair is Coming!!

From Monday November 10th- Friday November 14th the school will be hosting a Book Fair in the Library. The Book Fair will be open to parents during lunch and after school. The students will visit the Book Fair throughout the week.

If you are interesting in volunteering at the Book Fair please send an email to Mr. Howlett at with your availability.


Book Fair Hours

Mon-Thursday 9am-4pm

Thursday 5-9pm

Friday 9am-11am



Picture Day!


Be advised that Wednesday October 29th is picture day. Students will have a dress down day for picture day.




St. Jude's Gala Dinner


Gala Dinner.PDFGala Dinner.PDF



Bowen Foundation







October is Autism Awareness Month


For more information click on the links below.



Fall Fundraising


Help St. Simon's reach our goal and support some additional learning opportunities for our students.


CSAC Fundrasing 2014 FAll_Oct1.pdfCSAC Fundraising 2014 FAll_Oct1.pdf





St  Simon school is invited to participate in St. Jude's Parish October Food Drive to help those in need in our community.  Beginning on October 1st through to October 31st, we gladly welcome daily donations of non-perishable food items. These items will be collected by your child’s teacher and delivered to our parish, St. Jude’s Church. Our “Me to We” student group will be helping to gather donated items and organize this event.  Thank you.

St Simon Food Drive.pdfSt Simon Food Drive.pdf





St. Simon's Supports ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
On Friday September 5th, Mr. Boccia and Mr. Howlett participated in the ALS ice bucket challenge. They were challenged by Mr. Bria, the Principal from St. Phillip Neri.


Thank you to all the parents and staff for their generous contributions to support ALS.


2014/2015 School Year
The 2014/2015 school year has a new time schedule. 
The new time schedule is as follows:
Start of day: 8:30am
Morning Recess: 10:12am -10:27am
Lunch 11:15am -12:15pm
Afternoon Recess 1:40pm -1:55pm
Dismissal: 3:30pm 
Please ensure that students are arriving on time for the beginning of the school day.




  MYSP Report Card
Since its approval by the Board of Trustees on April 4, 2012, our Multi Year Strategic Plan (MYSP) has guided the activities of the Toronto Catholic District School Board. To help us continue the implementation of the MYSP, monitor its success and to support efforts to develop goals for our next MYSP, all members of our community are being invited to complete a MYSP Report Card.  
Feedback from this community-wide engagement process will be compiled into a single report. Submissions are confidential and will not be attributed to any one school, group, or individual.  Parents with students in a TCDSB school were invited to fill out their report cards in January.
As an active and important member of the TCDSB, we are pleased to extend this invitation for your personal participation. Parents who may not have already taken advantage of the opportunity  to provide input are also encouraged to do so at this time.  
The link has been programmed to receive responses from March 19 to April 11, 2014. 
Four Town Hall meetings will be held to facilitate further staff, student,  parental and community engagement on Monday, March 31st and Tuesday, April 1st.
March 31ST
Host:  JP II
March 31st
Host:  CEC
April 1st
Host:  Don Bosco
April 1st
Host:  St Mary’s


 On Wednesday, April 2nd, our students gathered in front of the school to raise the flag for autism awareness. Each day, our students made public service announcements educating our students on autism. We also welcomed a guest speaker into our junior division and she spoke of how to better know and understand the wide spectrum of autism.


 Life Beyond the Classroom Walls 

Building Success for Students with Autism 

You are invited to attend our 4th Annual 

Autism Awareness Event 

Please Join us 

Date: Wednesday April 2nd, 2014 

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 

Location: Catholic Education Centre 

2nd floor, 80 Sheppard Ave. E, M2N 6E8 

Our purpose is to share information with Parents, Teachers and Students regarding extra-curricular activities outside the classroom. 

Programs will be highlighted that are available for your child in the evening, on weekends, during the March break and the summer holidays. Please join us for an informative evening showcasing available services. 

Highlights of the Event will include: 

Light Refreshments 

Greetings from the Associate Director of Education, Superintendent of Special Services and Chief of Autism 

Representatives from the TCDSB and ConnectABILITY 

TCDSB Parent and student sharing their experiences 

Booths from Community Partners 

Student artwork 

Highlights of the Autism Awareness Day “Dance” throughout the TCDSB 

First 100 guests will receive a swag bag 

Door Prizes 

We are looking forward to spending a wonderful evening together. 

Sharing resources, continuing to build success for our individuals with Autism and supporting World Autism Awareness Day 



Tuesday, APRIL 8, 2014
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (registration open until 7:15 p.m.)
25 Rochelle Crescent, Toronto, Ontario (Don Mills and Sheppard)
 CPIC Conference.pdfCPIC Conference.pdf
Registration is now open for Anaphylaxis Canada’s 7th annual community conference.  Managing food allergies: Working together for a safer future, which will be held this year at the Delta Hotel, in Markham, Ontario on Saturday, May 10, 2014. The poster with full details is attached.





Please see attached letter from the TCDSB concerning parent-teacher interviews in term one. 


 Letter to Parents re Parent - Teacher Interviews 2014.pdfLetter to Parents re Parent - Teacher Interviews 2014.pdf





January 27th is Family Literacy Day.  Created by ABC Literacy Life Canada, this nation-wide initiative raises awareness of the importance of families reading and engaging in other literacy-related activities. The ABC Life Literacy website lists and describes various family literacy events occurring throughout Toronto.  Suggestions for easy day-to-day literacy activities are outlined in the Fifteen Minutes of Fun list.  Families can take advantage of the various online activities and download family resources. The TCDSB resource Supporting Parent Engagement in Literacy (TCDSB secure site) is a document has been designed to support parent engagement in literacy.  It can be accessed by TCDSB schools through the intranet in the Literacy Resources page.



EQAO Parent Night

Wednesday January 15th at 7 p.m.

at Monsignor Percy Johnson High School

2170 Kipling Avenue Rexdale ON M9W 4K9


EQAO Assessments:  The Power of Good Information
Every year, Ontario students in Grades 3, 6, 9 and 10 write province-wide tests.  These assessments provide an objective indication of how well students are developing the reading, writing and math skills defined in the Ontario Curriculum.  Since results are available for every student, provincial test data have become a key ingredient in helping schools, school boards and the province identify students’ strengths and target areas where attention and resources are needed. Parents are given an indication of how well their child is learning in relation to the provincial standard. This presentation delivered by a principal from EQAO’s School Support and Outreach team will give parents an opportunity to gain an understanding of the EQAO assessments.
The presentation includes lots of information about the assessments and what parents can do to support their children.  It also dispels some of the myths about EQAO.  One of the activities includes looking at previous years' assessment booklets, looking at how a writing item is scored, and doing a multiple choice question.              

St. Simon Catholic School will once again be making Christmas Baskets to donate to families in need. The baskets will be picked up by St. Jude’s Church on Friday, December 13th, so they will be ready for the families on Christmas morning. We will be giving the children more information in the next week, and we thank you in advance for your support during this important time.
Thursday, November 7th to Thursday, November 14th.
Please see attachment below:
St Jude’s Parish is excited to be celebrating its 4th annual “Renewing our Hope in Saint Jude” Gala on Friday, October 25th 2013 at the Paramount Conference and Event Venue. We would like to invite you to come and celebrate this special event with us!
This yearly fundraiser would not be a success without the help and support of our community. Thank you!
Tickets are now available for sale:
-          after all weekend masses, or
-          at the parish office during the week.
Bring a mask! This year’s theme for the Gala is a masquerade. Guests are encouraged to wear a mask (optional). The best mask + costume will get a prize.
Please show your support by purchasing a ticket(s) and/or donating a new item to the silent auction. We hope to see you there!
Our celebrations will conclude with a solemn mass in honour of the feast day of Saint Jude. Please continue to check future parish bulletins for more details.
God Bless
The St. Jude’s Gala Committee
On Thursday, September 26th we will walk for Terry's dream. Students will bring in a toonie to donate to cancer research. Please join us if you can!
Our eco-rangers have begun their various projects. The student leaders are promoting our compost program and educate the community through their various morning announcements.
Mr. Boccia, Ms. Tassone and our eco-rangers.
Mr. Boccia, Ms. Tassone and our eco-rangers.
Please find below Sal Piccininni's Spring Newsletter. As you will note, Trustee Piccininni serves a large number of schools and parishes, and we thank him for his service. In his letter, he acknowledges the dedication of many to Catholic education. We, in turn, thank Mr. Piccininni for all he has done to nurture our system, and to ensure that our students continue to receive a faith-based education.
 Trustee Piccininni  June Newsletter.pdfTrustee Piccininni June Newsletter.pdf
(see attached invitation)
St. Simon will be hosting a community meeting, in the gym, on Monday, May 27th at 7:00 p.m.
Police officers from 31 Division will be present to address local policing concerns. This will give community members an opportunity to engage in an open dialogue with their community police. If you have any specific concerns, please contact Vivian Broersma, Co-Chair, CPLC, 31 Division 416-743-4814



Walk So Kids Can Talk 
 This community walk will take place on Sunday, May 5th. Stay tuned for more information, to be sent home with students. Money raised will benefit the Kids Help Phone.
In support of this worthy cause, we will have a Kids Help Phone (KHP) civies day on Friday, May 3. Students can dress in the KHP colours (orange, blue and green) for a dollar. They can also purchase a Kids Help Phone bracelet for $2.00.
Picture 007.jpg 
St. Simon Me to We student leaders, families and friends walk for the Kids Help Phone.
31 Division - Community Open House              
Saturday, May 11th - 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Please see attached invitation 
31 Div  BBQ May 11 2013.pdf31 Div BBQ May 11 2013.pdf
Please Join Us for the Journey of the Witness to Faith Cross
On Friday, April 19, 2013, St. Simon will receive the cross from St. Gerard Majella School. There will be a mass to celebrate this at 10:00 in our school gym. 
On Monday, April 22, 2013, St. Simon’s staff and students will process up to St. Basil the Great High School and deliver the cross to that school. The procession will begin at 9:00, at the school.


 Students renew their anti-bullying pledges.


 Throughout the week of April 1 - 5, students renewed their anti-bullying pledges by reciting the Power of One oath.

They then signed the poster and created some anti-bullying media for display through the school. This ensures that our anti-bullying strategies continue to be implemented throughout the school year.



2013 - 2014 Budget Consultation Process

All parents, staff, and community members are invited to participate. Please see your invitation below. Also included is a link to the web page.

Invitation to Participate in Budget Consultation April 8 2013.pdfInvitation to Participate in Budget Consultation April 8 2013.pdf

SPANISH - Invitación a la Consulta del Presupuesto TCDSB.pdfSPANISH - Invitación a la Consulta del Presupuesto TCDSB.pdf

PORUGUESE - Budget Invitation to all  April 5  2013 .pdfPORUGUESE - Budget Invitation to all April 5 2013 .pdf


Link to Budget Consultation Webpage



Please see attachment below for schools and dates of full day kindergarten.

Full Day Kindergarten Dates and Locations.pdfFull Day Kindergarten Dates and Locations.pdf





2012 - 2013

Province Provides Funding For Replacement Facility For St.pdfProvince Provides Funding For Replacement Facility For St.pdf

2011 - 2012


comunication from director.pdfcommunication from director.pdf

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