The Ministry of Education has closed schools in Ontario to interrupt the spread of COVID-19. YCDSB students will access remote learning through their virtual classrooms.
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As you may know, Father McGivney’s Gardening & Survival Club won a grant from the World Wildlife Federation to create a pollinator garden at our school. When Covid prevented us from gardening together, we needed an alternative and “Spread the Seeds” was created.
The “Spread the Seeds” project is an FMM initiative to distribute... Continue reading "FMM Gardening Club featured on CBC News!"
A reminder that as we get closer to the end of the school year, that Summer School Registrations are still open for Secondary Programs.
Secondary Credit Programs:
For secondary programs, please ... Continue reading "YCDSB Summer School 2021 Registrations"
FMM students and their parents are reminded that Quad 3 Final Report Cards are now available via the Parent Portal.
Please review the information from the Communication from Principal Joel Chiutsi that was recently sent to all families.
In an ongoing effort to support the mental health and well-being of our staff and students, YCDSB has decided not to move forward with the administration of the optional OSSLT field test planned for Spring of 2021.
The literacy graduation requirement for all students graduating during the 2020–2021 school year has been waived by the Ministry of Education. ... Continue reading "UPDATE – OSSLT not to be administered for Spring 2021"
- Connect with nature to nurture your inner happiness
- Go for a family walk
- Remain positive, you are resilient
Visit the School Mental Health Ontario site for self-care tips.
Healthy eating looks different for everyone. During this season of Lent, let us remember to share what we have with others and do acts of charity.
Last year, with the proclamation of Bill 178, the Black Mental Health Day Act (2020) helped set the stage for all to learn and understand more about the impact of systemic racism. We need to work together to enact meaningful systemic change that will better support Black children and youth and address the historical impact of bias, discrimination and trauma on their mental health and ... Continue reading "March 1st is Black Mental Health Day"