Good morning Hawks,
Next week the staff at Monsignor Haller are excited to congratulate our Grade 8 Graduates!! This is truly bittersweet for everyone; we are so proud of each and every student, however we will not have the privilege of celebrating you in the way we had hoped.
On Thursday June 18th, grads can come to the school between 4-5pm. Each student will walk up the pathway when the entrance is clear to meet Mrs. Rice, Ms. O’Neill and Mrs. Hunter. We will be socially distanced, but we are still ready to celebrate!
Please carefully adhere to the Health & Safety guidelines attached here:Graduation Letter June 2020
Mrs. Rice and Miss O’Neill have been working very hard on creating the ceremony into a virtual celebration. All the touches we would normally have for students will be linked into a slideshow, including speeches, teachers introducing students for their diploma, awards etc. After the grads visit the school, the grade 8 teachers will then share the presentation with the kids at the same time.
MONDAY MESSAGES TO OUR HAWKS:
This week’s video was a reminder for all our students to #spreadyourjoy!
Have you been checking out the staff’s weekly messages to you? If not, go to our school website https://haller.wcdsb.ca/ to the right side under Tweets by @MonsignorHaller or go right to our Twitter page @MonsignorHaller!
Huge thanks to Miss Stevens & Miss O’Neill who are the masterminds behind our videos, and to Miss Stroyan who puts everyone’s clips together into our videos. Thank you to all Haller staff who coordinate their school & home life around filming their parts!
FRIDAY FAMILY SELF CARE CONNECTION:
Story Today: Enemy Pie Read by Camryn Manheim https://safeYouTube.net/w/ez8K
Self-Care Prompt: Everyone can be a friend. What did the two boys have in common?
Feel free to visit our WCDSB Pray@Home page as a reminder to our students and their families that our Grads are evermost in our thoughts and prayers, and they continue to be Called to Belong!
Sacramental Updates: The most recent update from the Diocese is that we hope to provide students who missed their First Communion and Confirmation Sacraments the opportunity to receive this year – either in the fall or with the students who will receive in the spring. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Blessed Sacrament Church at (519) 742-5061
Missing everyone and hope to see you soon,
“In times of crisis, less is more. Pare down. Focus on what matters most. Nurture yourself and those you love. We are all in this, and will get through it–together.”