The Newcomer Orientation Week (NOW) is a five-day program in the last week of August for students in York Region, who have recently arrived in Canada. The Virtual Module will include:
Online Peer Leaders Training (Aug 23 to 25) and Online NOW program (Aug 26 to 27, 2021).
NOW was launched by the federal government ... Continue reading "NOW Program for Newcomers (Aug 2021)"
The York Secondary Catholic Presidents’ Council (YSCPC) is a Board-level team of student leaders that honours outstanding school leaders each year at the YSCPC Awards.
This year, FMM was so proud to celebrate our outstanding Award Recipients at the YSCPC Awards Celebration on Monday June 7th. This year’s recipients are:
The Markham African Caribbean Canadian Association has been serving York Region community for over
33 years. They are a grassroots non-profit organization with a mandate to serve the community by providing programs and services to educate and empower youth and families. They have given over $320,000 in scholarships to hundreds of deserving York Region graduates.
MACCA is currently accepting ... Continue reading "MACCA Scholarship … now available!"
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.
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"
Our local Knights of Columbus (St. Patrick’s Parish Council 7689) is sponsoring its annual 2021 Deacon Vern Scholarship.
Deacon Vern Bechard served the parish of St. Patrick faithfully for over thirty five years and this scholarship is in honour of him. The scholarship is open to graduating students of St. Brother Andre Catholic High School ... Continue reading "Deacon Vern Bechard Scholarship"