School Advisory Council Meeting:
Due to the scheduled school closing on Tuesday February 4th, our Council meeting will be cancelled.
Monsignor Haller Catholic School feeds approximately 260 students 5 days a week from September to June. Our student nutrition program would not be able to run without the efforts of all our great volunteers and from the support of the school community.
Monsignor Haller School needs your support to ensure that the Nutrition for Learning program is available for our students.
100% of donations through this portal go directly to the Monsignor Haller Student Nutrition Program. Your donation supports your choice of school to help with our mission to support overall child well-being and the ability to learn, by ensuring that every student has the opportunity to attend school well nourished.
All of our schools are listed below and the link will take you directly to the donation page for the desired school of your choice and your donation will be directed to their specific program at that school.
Thank you for your support of the children in our community.
To donate go to: https://www.nutritionforlearning.ca/schoolfinder/
Monday: Intermediate Retreat Parent Meeting 6pm in the library
Tuesday: Scheduled School Closing (All Catholic Schools) & School Council Advisory meeting Cancelled – Spirit Day is rescheduled to tomorrow.
Wednesday: Spirit Day! Wear blue, grey and white for a chance to win a prize if your KINDNESS KOUPON is drawn!
Thursday: CRaZY sOCk dAY!!
Friday: Kids on the Block Puppet Show (junior students—next week will be primary students)
Did you know that EQAO is NOT just a grade 3 and 6 test? Sure, students write them in grades 3 and 6, but they are actually called Primary Assessments and Junior Assessments.
The learning that students need to be successful on these tests accumulate in each grade. For example, kids learning about geometric attributes in grade 1 will need this learning as concepts build in grade 2 and then in grade 3.
Are you smarter than a 3rd grader?
Try these questions at home with your children:
Primary Assessment Sample Questions: