We here at Father Michael McGivney are immensely proud of our very own Vice Principal, Mr. Rod Simmons, on his recent appointment to be a full-time citizenship judge for the Greater Toronto Area. Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Ahmed Hussen made the announcement, in earlier this month. Mr. Simmons will bid farewell to the community at Father Michael McGivney on ... Continue reading "FMM VP Rod Simmons recently appointed federal Citizenship Judge for the GTA"
To support students as they begin to prepare for final evaluations and examinations a Google Site has been created for study tips. Understanding proper study tips and habits is crucial for students as they begin this intensive period, so we encourage students and their parents to explore the Site in order to make good study decisions.
We wish all our students ... Continue reading "New YCDSB Study Guide website!"
On the evening of Wednesday April 25th, 2018, the community of Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy was twice-blessed as we were honoured by the Character Community Foundation of York Region with both the School of Character Award and the Educator of Character Award for Ms. Cynthia Anniballi, our Teacher/Librarian. ... Continue reading "FMM is a double winner at the York Region Character Community Awards!"
This week, students from Father Michael McGivney’s Gr. 10 Introduction to Business and Gr. 11 Accounting classes went compete in the Junior Achievement Titan Challenge hosted by Seneca College. We are extremely proud that the students from FMM performed so well winning both 1st and 2nd place in this competition.
Our students ~ Jalen Chang, Kenny Lin & Shiyamini Kamalanathan ~ came in ... Continue reading "FMM Students Sweep 1st & 2nd Place at the JA Titan Challenge!"
Ontario’s EQAO (Education Quality & Accountability Office) is seeking representatives for the EQAO Student Advisory Committee for the 2018-2019 school year. This opportunity is available to all students from Grades 7 to 12 (in the next school year) and who are students in a publicly funded Ontario school.
The Student Advisory Committee is a new group that ... Continue reading "EQAO’s new Student Advisory Committee is looking for student representatives"