Monthly Archives: February 2022

Reminder about Shrove Tuesday

 

Good afternoon Christ the King Families,

This is a reminder that tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1, 2022, our Catholic School Advisory Council is planning on providing pancakes to all of our students.  They will be delivered to the school and distributed to classes in the morning following all current COVID-19 safety measures. Our staff will distribute them to the students following the same safety protocols that get our pizza days done so successfully. We are asking parents to use their judgement in deciding if the pancakes are safe for their children. We encourage those who cannot eat our pancakes, to bring in a pancake/snack from home to enjoy with their peers at the same time.  If your child will not be participating, please contact your classroom teacher or the main office at 519-621-6680.

Everything is provided for you free of charge thanks to the generosity of our School Council.  We look forward to eating pancakes together as we begin to focus on our Lenten journey of 2022.

Have an aweseome day!!!

Mrs MacDonald

 
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Bobcat Weekly Update #23- February 28-March 4

“I Can & I Will”

Ms Duque and her class will be creating prayers and jokes of the day!!

In March we will learn about the Umbrella Skill of 

There will be no homework club until further notice

Monday, February 28

  • Welcome back for another awesome week of learning & growing!
  • Mrs Thompson will be in the Main Office as Administrative Assistant until April 7th.
  • MDI continues for Grades 4-8
  • 3:45 Boys Basketball Home Game v HS

Tuesday, March 1 – Pita Day 

  • Shrove Tuesday – Catholic School Advisory Council will be providing pancakes to all Bobcats.
  • 11:35 Girls VBall Practice
  • MDI continues for Grades 4-8

Wednesday, March 2Pizza Day & Spirit Wear Day 

  • Ash Wednesday – we will have a liturgy, but no ashes will be distributed
  • MDI continues for Grades 4-8
  • Superintentant Annalisa Varano visits
  • Boys BBall Home Game v. PRDG

Thursday, March 3 – Sub Day

  • Umbrella Skill & Unstoppable Me Assembly
  • MDI continues for Grades 4-8
  • Girls VBall Game @ PRDG
  • Boys Bball Practice

Friday, March 4 – Smoothie & Popcorn Day 

  • Staff dress down to support Women’s Crisis Services
  • MDI continues for Grades 4-8

Important Dates

  • March 2 – Ash Wednesday
  • March 14-18 March Break
  • March 29 6pm – Grade 2 Reconciliation
  • April 8 – PA Day
  • April 4-11- Grade 4 CCAT Testing
  • April 15 Good Friday
  • April 18 Easter Monday 
  • April 19-26 Grade 7 CAT4 Testing
  • April 29 – Grade 7 Confirmation
  • May 1- Grade 2 First Communion
  • May 2-6 Catholic Education Week
  • May – Victoria Day
  • June 3 – PA Day
  • June 27 -Term 2 Report Card Distribution Date
  • June 28 – Tentative Graduation Day
  • June 29 -Last Day of School

Lenten Liftoff for Families

The Catholic Parent Involvement Committee(CPIC), is pleased to present Lenten Liftoff, a series of faith formation activities to support parental engagement funded by the Ministry of Ontario Pro Grants. 

We are once again excited to present the series “Formed” which will be the foundation of activities supporting our deeper understanding of the season of Lent. The subscription will feature Friday Night Faith Flicks along with resources to support family discussion. Lenten booklets will also be available shortly and more information will follow soon.  Please join us in sharing the message of these free resources and content to support our families over the winter months. 

Parents who are interested in receiving a free subscription to Formed and to receiving weekly Lenten Liftoff faith activities, can sign up by registering their name and email HERE.

Reminder – Registration packages were sent home as we now have dates for: 

  • Grade 2 Reconciliation 6pm Tuesday March 29
  • Grade 2 First Communion 4pm May 1st
  • Grade 7 Confirmation April 29
Grade 4 – CCAT 7 Testing

In the period of April 4 – April 11, 2022, the Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test Level 10 (CCAT 7) will be administered to all Grade 4 students in the Waterloo Catholic District School Board. The purpose of this board-wide screening of the Canadian Cognitive Abilities Test Level 10 (CCAT 7) is to:

  1. Identify your child’s cognitive areas of strength and areas of need
  2. Provide information about your child’s learning style
  3. Provide information to your child’s teachers in order to help them meet instructional objectives

The CCAT 7 is divided into three sections (verbal, quantitative, non-verbal) and each section has three tests. The CCAT 7 will be administered over a three-day period and each testing session will last about 40 – 45 minutes out of the regular school day. In June  the results of your child’s cognitive achievement in the three batteries (verbal, quantitative, non-verbal) will be sent home. If you do not wish for your child to participate in this assessment, please inform the school no later than March 30, 2022.

Grade 7 CAT-4 Testing

Students in Grade 7 in the Waterloo Catholic District School Board will be administered the Canadian Achievement Test, Fourth Edition (CAT-4) between April 19th – 26th, 2022.

The CAT-4 is a national standardized achievement test designed to measure achievement in the basic skills commonly taught in schools across Canada. The specific skill areas in which your child will be assessed include Language Arts, Reading and Mathematics. The CAT-4 takes approximately four hours to complete over a three-day period.

The CAT-4 will provide information for parents/guardians, students, teachers and administrators about how well students perform in the basic skill areas. This information will be used to provide direction for curriculum and program delivery at the system, school, and individual student levels

If you wish your child to not participate in the testing, please notify your child’s classroom teacher by April 8, 2022.

During this extremely delicate time, we pray for peace in Ukraine and throughout the world.  We pray for loved ones who are directly affected.

I make a heartfelt appeal to all people of goodwill to raise prayers to Almighty God that all political actions and initiatives may be at the service of human brotherhood rather than partisan interests.”  Pope Francis

Let us join together in prayer:

God of peace,

You come to us in quiet and in stillness;

help us to know that you are there.

May your gentleness surround us when we are afraid,

and when we are weary and tired, may we seek

refuge in Your gentle and loving arms.

Grant us peace this day, and help us to know that we are safe,

that we are loved, and that you hold us all in the palm of your hand.

Amen.

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Invitational School Climate Parent/Guardian Survey

Bobcat Families,

Notice of Collection

To comply with the Education Act s.169.1(1)(a), (a.1), (a.2) and PPM 145, the WCDSB is required to conduct school climate surveys of students, staff and parents/guardians at least once every two years as they play a key role in contributing to a positive school climate.  The purpose of the school climate survey is to assess the perceptions of safety from all stakeholders (e.g., students, staff, parents/guardians), make informed planning decisions about programs to help prevent bullying and promote safe and inclusive schools, determine the effectiveness of programs on an ongoing basis, and build and sustain a positive school climate. No personal information will be collected from any participant on the survey (e.g., email).  Therefore, responses from the survey cannot be connected with information already held by the Board in our student information system.  Responses will be combined to create school-level and Board-level reports.  No program, service or benefit may be withheld because a respondent does not participate, or refuses to participate, in the school climate survey. If you have questions about the school climate survey collection, please contact your school administrator, the WCDSB Research Coordinator (WCDSBResearch@wcdsb.ca) or the WCDSB Privacy Records and Information Management Officer (privacy@wcdsb.ca). This information will be used by your school staff to help promote an environment of respect, safety, and belonging for all students. Schools need to be safe and welcoming places so that students can feel comfortable enough to learn. We are interested in what you have to say. If you have questions about the school climate survey collection, please contact the school office or the WCDSB Research Coordinator at WCDSBResearch@wcdsb.ca

Thank you for your consideration in its completion. We value your input, feedback and partnership as we continue to strengthen our school community.

Parent/ Guardian Survey Link:

WCDSB School Climate Survey (Parent/Guardians 2022) (qualtrics.com)

 

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Shrove Tuesday Pancakes sponsored by our Catholic School Advisory Council

Shrove Tuesday March 1st – Pancakes are Coming to CTK!!

Our awesome Catholic School Advisory Council will be purchasing (through Remember Me Catering) indiviually wrapped pancakes, syrup, napkin and cutlery to each Bobcat. Council members will be distributing them to each homeroom at 8:30am.

By Thursday February 24, please let us know ( 519-621-6680 or sherry.macdonald@wcdsb.ca) of any allergies/sensitivities or if you do not want you child to participate.

Let’s have a great week together!!

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Bobcat Weekly Update #23- February 22-25

“I Can & I Will”

Mrs MacDowell and her class will be creating prayers and jokes of the day!!

We will continue to learn about the Umbrella Skill of Kindness.

February is Black History/ Heritage Month

Kindergarten registration is well under way, so far we are welcoming 19 new Bobcats!!!

Monday, February 21 – Family Day

Tuesday, February 22 – Pita Day 

  • Welcome back for another awesome week of learning & growing!
  • National Human Trafficking Day
  • Boys Basketball practice
  • Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

Wednesday, February 23Pizza Day & Spirit Wear Day – Pink Shirt Day!! Bullying Awareness.

Thursday, February 24 – Sub Day Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

  • Black Heritage Month Assembly

Friday, February 25 – Smoothie & Popcorn Day 

  • Boys basketball practice 11:30
  • Staff dress down to support Women’s Crisis Services

#WCDSBPetWeek is Coming!

February 21 to 25, 2022 is #WCDSBPetWeek in Waterloo Region’s Catholic Schools. Throughout the week, we invite all students and staff to share on social media their pets, and how their pets are helping them cope with COVID-19. If your family doesn’t have a real pet, please feel free to create a “virtual” pet and share that …. or share a favorite stuffy. Watch our video! Remember to use the hashtag #WCDSBPetWeek when you share. And then check out www.wcdsb.ca/wcdsbpetweek frequently as all the posts are gathered!!

 

Registration packages were sent home as we now have dates for: 

  • Grade 2 Reconciliation 6pm Tuesday March 29
  • Grade 2 First Communion 4pm May 1st
  • Grade 7 Confirmation April 29

Tech Meets Parenting: A Balancing Act

Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST

Virtual Family-Focused Event – Space is Limited ~Register Now

It is no secret that we are changing the world with technology. Technology has provided tools for our world to stay connected and a platform to learn beyond our physical borders. It can enrich everyday experiences and has led to advancements that have increased our overall productivity, efficiency, and quality of life. At work, school, or home, technology has become an important tool that has been woven into our daily lives. When technology is used improperly or in excess, it can also be detrimental to the user, their family, and the community. Understanding this potential risk, it is important to establish a healthy relationship with technology… exploring while setting parameters and developing skills to properly manage our use of technology.

Our children have grown up with technology at their fingertips, so leading by example and setting boundaries is more important than ever. In many ways, guiding your children now means helping them along in the real world, as well as in the digital world.  While they will need to learn healthy habits around using technology to be balanced, successful digital citizens – we as parents can probably benefit from a few pointers ourselves!

Join CCFWR on Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST for a virtual family-focused event that will explore our relationship with technology. We will discuss the importance of and tactics around being a good role model and setting boundaries at all ages.

Attendees will learn and receive resources about:

  • Ages 0 – 8: Building healthy habits and setting boundaries
  • Ages 9 – 17: Making the shift from monitoring to mentoring
  • Parents: Modelling healthy digital usage
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Happy Wednesday Bobcat Families! Chromebook Return

The staff at CTK hope that you are all enjoying the beautiful winter weather.

We are asking that the school Chromebooks that were borrowed be returned to the school as soon as possible.

Please send them with your child and the Classroom teacher will bring them to the Library Learning Commons for check in.

Stay safe!!

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Bobcat Weekly Update #22- February 14-18

“I Can & I Will”

Ms Reale and her class will be creating prayers and jokes of the day!!

We will continue to learn about the Umbrella Skill of Kindness.

February is Black History/ Heritage Month

Kindergarten registration is well under way, so far we are welcoming 19 new Bobcats!!!

Monday, February 14 – Valentine’s Day

Welcome back for another awesome week of learning & growing!

Students are welcome to bring Valentines but no treats please.

Tuesday, February 15 – Pita Day 

Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

Wednesday, February 16Pizza Day & Spirit Wear Day – Please wear blue, yellow or Bobcat spirit wear!! 

Thursday, February 17 – Sub Day

Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

Friday, February 18 – Smoothie & Popcorn Day 

Registration packages were sent home as we now have dates for: 

  • Grade 2 Reconciliation 6pm Tuesday March 29
  • Grade 2 First Communion 4pm May 1st
  • Grade 7 Confirmation April 29

This is a very special letter to all our families who have CHILDREN BORN IN 2018 and CHILDREN BORN IN 2017 who have not attended Kindergarten

Kindergarten Registration at Christ the King Catholic School is ongoing. We are very excited as we plan for Kindergarten next year!  Check out our school website and look at “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” to meet our educators, see our school and learn more about our kindergarten program and what you can do to help your child get ready for school!  https://christtheking.wcdsb.ca

The mother, father or legal guardian of the child(ren) registering for Kindergarten is asked to click on this link: Waterloo Catholic District School Board website at wcdsb.ca to register their child(ren) for Kindergarten. Look for the tab at the top of your screen that says, “Register”. Next, scroll down and select “Kindergarten Registration”.

You will start by completing our online registration.  Next, you will call our school at 519-621-6680 to schedule a time to complete the registration process. The following documents will be required: a birth certificate or other legal proof of your child’s age, proof of home address and a Catholic Baptismal Certificate of either parent or child.  If you do not have internet access, we invite you to call our school and we will help.

Children with special needs (e.g., speech and language, vision, hearing, intellectual) should register at the school in their home area. If you are a non-Catholic, but wish to explore a Catholic education for your child(ren), please review the WCDSB Admissions to Catholic Elementary Schools policy or give us a call to learn more!

The Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 states that the Region of Waterloo Public Health must have a record of your child’s immunization in order to attend school in Ontario and you can complete this report online at:  Region of Waterloo, Immunization Reporting.  If you choose not to list immunizations for your child, you must contact the Region of Waterloo Public Health at 519-575-4400 x. 5003 for exemption information.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our Christ the King Catholic School community.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Tech Meets Parenting: A Balancing Act

Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST

Virtual Family-Focused Event

Space is Limited ~Register Now

It is no secret that we are changing the world with technology. Technology has provided tools for our world to stay connected and a platform to learn beyond our physical borders. It can enrich everyday experiences and has led to advancements that have increased our overall productivity, efficiency, and quality of life. At work, school, or home, technology has become an important tool that has been woven into our daily lives. When technology is used improperly or in excess, it can also be detrimental to the user, their family, and the community. Understanding this potential risk, it is important to establish a healthy relationship with technology… exploring while setting parameters and developing skills to properly manage our use of technology.

Our children have grown up with technology at their fingertips, so leading by example and setting boundaries is more important than ever. In many ways, guiding your children now means helping them along in the real world, as well as in the digital world.  While they will need to learn healthy habits around using technology to be balanced, successful digital citizens – we as parents can probably benefit from a few pointers ourselves!

Join CCFWR on Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST for a virtual family-focused event that will explore our relationship with technology. We will discuss the importance of and tactics around being a good role model and setting boundaries at all ages.

Attendees will learn and receive resources about:

  • Ages 0 – 8: Building healthy habits and setting boundaries
  • Ages 9 – 17: Making the shift from monitoring to mentoring
  • Parents: Modelling healthy digital usage

 

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Bobcat Weekly Update #21- February 7-11

“I Can & I Will”

Mrs Kroetsch and her class will be creating prayers and jokes of the day!!

We will continue to learn about the Umbrella Skill of Kindness. Kindergarten registration has started!!

February is Black History/ Heritage Month

Monday, February 7 Welcome back for another awesome week of learning & growing!

FDK Registration 9:30-11 & 1-3!! Please review the updated times and process attached to this Newswire.

Tuesday, February 8 – Pita Day 

Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

Safer Internet Day

Wednesday, February 9 Pizza Day & Spirit Wear Day – Please wear blue, yellow or Bobcat spirit wear!! 

Thursday, February 10 – Sub Day

Homework Club for Grade 7 & 8

Friday, February 11 – Smoothie & Popcorn Day 

 

UPCOMING DATES: A Look Ahead 

    • February 16 – Winter Walk Day 
    • February 17 – Reports & IEPs go home 
    • February 21st – Family Day 
    • February 22: MDI Survey BEGINS
    • February 23rd – Pink Shirt Day 
    • March 2nd – ASH WEDNESDAY
    • March 14th – MARCH BREAK!! 

It’s Time to Register for Kindergarten!

 This is a very special letter to all our families who have

 CHILDREN BORN IN 2018 and CHILDREN BORN IN 2017 who have not attended Kindergarten

Kindergarten Registration at -Christ the King Catholic School- for September 2022 will be held as follows:

Monday, February 7th, 2022 @ 9:30-11:00 am and 1-3pm  

We are very excited as we plan for Kindergarten next year!  Check out our school website and look at “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” to meet our educators, see our school and learn more about our kindergarten program and what you can do to help your child get ready for school!  https://christtheking.wcdsb.ca

The mother, father or legal guardian of the child(ren) registering for Kindergarten is asked to click on this link: Waterloo Catholic District School Board website at wcdsb.ca to register their child(ren) for Kindergarten. Look for the tab at the top of your screen that says, “Register”. Next, scroll down and select “Kindergarten Registration”. You will start by completing our online registration.  Next, you will call our school at 519-621-6680 to schedule a time to complete the registration process. The following documents will be required: a birth certificate or other legal proof of your child’s age, proof of home address and a Catholic Baptismal Certificate of either parent or child.  If you do not have internet access, we invite you to call our school and we will help.

Children with special needs (e.g., speech and language, vision, hearing, intellectual) should register at the school in their home area. If you are a non-Catholic, but wish to explore a Catholic education for your child(ren), please review the WCDSB Admissions to Catholic Elementary Schools policy or give us a call to learn more!

The Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 states that the Region of Waterloo Public Health must have a record of your child’s immunization in order to attend school in Ontario and you can complete this report online at:  Region of Waterloo, Immunization Reporting.  If you choose not to list immunizations for your child, you must contact the Region of Waterloo Public Health at 519-575-4400 x. 5003 for exemption information.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our Christ the King Catholic School community.  If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!

_______________________________________________________

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Tuesday, February 8th is Safer Internet Day 2022!

Safer Internet Day is when organizations around the world join forces to help make the online world a safer place for young people. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P), through Cybertip.ca, has been seeing an increase in online sexual violence against teens, with the pandemic escalating the frequency and tactics even further. This Safer Internet Day, C3P is urging families and educators to talk with youth about what constitutes online sexual violence, how to safely navigate these situations online, and where to go for help.

Why is an urgent response needed?

Cybertip.ca has seen a spike in online harm impacting youth in the past year:

When sexual violence occurs, youth, in most cases, are not telling anyone…not friends, caregivers, or their teachers.

*Looking for More Information? Check-out the Online Safety FREE INFORMATION NIGHT for Parents and Caregivers – don’t miss it! February 8, 2022 from 6-7p.m.*

“ONLINE DANGERS: Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Cyberbullying,” is an online panel presented by Public Safety Canada, that will tackle some of the most difficult topics youth, parents, and caregivers face today cyberbullying to online child sexual exploitation. A panel of experts from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, Kids Help Phone and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, will define the issues, tell parents and caregivers what to look out for, and discuss how they can talk to their kids. Though this panel is tailored towards parents and caregivers, much of the information will be valuable for educators to learn more about these issues and how to better support families.

The English and French panels will be live at the same time on February 8, 2022, from 6-7 P.M. EST. Participants are encouraged to register for a session based on their language preference at https://proofexperiences.swoogo.com/onlinedangers/. Registration will close an hour before the event.

Aware of a Concern?  C3P Reporting and Support Services

Cybertip.ca – If you are worried about something that has happened to a child/youth online or are concerned about an adult’s online activities involving children, Cybertip.ca is here to help.

NeedHelpNow.ca – A resource to help youth that have been negatively impacted by the sharing of an

intimate or sexual image, or have been sexually victimized online. This site contains information for youth as well as adult caregivers.

If you have any questions about these resources, please contact:

Karyn Kibsey | Manager, Training and Education

CANADIAN CENTRE for CHILD PROTECTION INC.

615 Academy Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3N 0E7

Email: karyn@protectchildren.ca Tel: 204.560.2100 ext.726 Twitter: @Karyn_Kibsey www.protectchildren.ca

Tech Meets Parenting: A Balancing Act

Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST

Virtual Family-Focused Event

Space is Limited ~Register Now

 

It is no secret that we are changing the world with technology. Technology has provided tools for our world to stay connected and a platform to learn beyond our physical borders. It can enrich everyday experiences and has led to advancements that have increased our overall productivity, efficiency, and quality of life. At work, school, or home, technology has become an important tool that has been woven into our daily lives. When technology is used improperly or in excess, it can also be detrimental to the user, their family, and the community. Understanding this potential risk, it is important to establish a healthy relationship with technology… exploring while setting parameters and developing skills to properly manage our use of technology.

 

Our children have grown up with technology at their fingertips, so leading by example and setting boundaries is more important than ever. In many ways, guiding your children now means helping them along in the real world, as well as in the digital world.  While they will need to learn healthy habits around using technology to be balanced, successful digital citizens – we as parents can probably benefit from a few pointers ourselves!

 

Join CCFWR on Thursday, February 24 at 7:00 pm EST for a virtual family-focused event that will explore our relationship with technology. We will discuss the importance of and tactics around being a good role model and setting boundaries at all ages.

 

Attendees will learn and receive resources about:

  • Ages 0 – 8: Building healthy habits and setting boundaries
  • Ages 9 – 17: Making the shift from monitoring to mentoring
  • Parents: Modelling healthy digital usage

 

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Kindergarten Registration Instructions & Updated Help Times

This is a very special letter to all our families who have CHILDREN BORN IN 2018 and CHILDREN BORN IN 2017 who have not attended Kindergarten

Kindergarten Registration at -Christ the King Catholic School- for September 2022 will be held on:

Monday, February 7th, 2022 @ 9:30-11:00 am and 1-3pm

We are very excited as we plan for Kindergarten next year!  Check out our school website and look at “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” to meet our educators, see our school and learn more about our kindergarten program and what you can do to help your child get ready for school!  https://christtheking.wcdsb.ca

The mother, father or legal guardian of the child(ren) registering for Kindergarten is asked to click on this link: Waterloo Catholic District School Board website at wcdsb.ca to register their child(ren) for Kindergarten. Look for the tab at the top of your screen that says, “Register”. Next, scroll down and select “Kindergarten Registration”. You will start by completing our online registration.  Next, you will call our school at 519-621-6680 to schedule a time to complete the registration process. The following documents will be required: a birth certificate or other legal proof of your child’s age, proof of home address and a Catholic Baptismal Certificate of either parent or child.  If you do not have internet access, we invite you to call our school and we will help.

Children with special needs (e.g., speech and language, vision, hearing, intellectual) should register at the school in their home area. If you are a non-Catholic, but wish to explore a Catholic education for your child(ren), please review the WCDSB Admissions to Catholic Elementary Schools policy or give us a call to learn more!

The Immunization of School Pupils Act, 1982 states that the Region of Waterloo Public Health must have a record of your child’s immunization in order to attend school in Ontario and you can complete this report online at:  Region of Waterloo, Immunization Reporting.  If you choose not to list immunizations for your child, you must contact the Region of Waterloo Public Health at 519-575-4400 x. 5003 for exemption information.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our Christ the King Catholic School community.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

 

 

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