School News & Announcements
Did you know… Up to 1 in 5 of our children may develop a mental health disorder. Let’s work together for our children! Please join us for an information session with: A Parent’s Toolbox: Mental Health of School-Aged Children Parents will learn: Signs and symptoms of potential mental health issues in primary school-aged children. The role of schools in children’s mental health. How to promote resilience and wellness in your child. The importance of self-care as a parent and how this impacts your child’s wellness and coping. Dr. Ian Manion, Clinical Psychologist Director of Youth Mental Health Research, Institute of Mental Health Research at The Royal Thursday April 6, 2017 7:00 - 8:00 pm St. Clare Elementary School Gym 2133 Gardenway Drive, Orleans (please use the child care entrance) Please RSVP by April 3, 2017 to Stacey MacKay at: email@example.com.
Shrove Pancake Supper
@ int he parish hall $5.00/person or $15.00/family
Ash Masses at
Teaching Mass for 1st Eucharist students
2 in the church
Parish Lenten mission : The Gift is an inspiring and practical series aimed at people of all ages to help them encounter the Holy Spirit and empower them to share their faith. It’s a great way to deepen their faith and understand the role of the Holy Spirit in their lives and enrich one’s Lent and Easter seasons. Six Sessions Weekly onnights in the parish hall
The presentations are relaxed, personal and informative, rooted in the Bible, the Catechism, Evangelii Gaudium, and reflections on the Holy Spirit from Pope Francis. This Lenten mission series is available for all parishioners regardless of where they are in their faith journey. There is NO COST to participate more information at Divineinfant.on.ca
Join us for Effective Parenting through Positive Discipline SEMINAR on .
FRIENDS for Life (an anxiety prevention program for children 10-12 years with mild to moderate anxiety) starts . (Offered only once a year!!)
Parenting through HIGH CONFLICT Separation and Divorce starts or .
Flyers are attached.
Did you know that popcorn kernels can pop up to 3 feet into the air? Or that it would take more than 352 028 160 popped kernels of popcorn to create a trail between Montreal and Vancouver? One thing everyone does know is that popcorn is a tasty snack! You can order as few or as many bags for your child as you would like, to bring home to share with the family. Papa Jack popcorn is made in a nut-free facility.
Please fill out this pre order form and either pay by using the School Cash Online icon on our school website, or send your child to school with the $2.00 per bag payment by January 20th.
Welcome to December. ,
M.L. Bradley places the utmost importance on safety during the cold season and with the arrival of winter, we would like to pass on a few reminders. Enclosed is a bulletin on safety tips that children should follow to stay safe throughout the winter.
If you have any suggested topics for school bus safety newsletters, please let me know.
M. L. Bradley wishes you, your staff and your students a very Merry Christmas, Safe and Happy Holiday.
3406 Frank Kenny Rd.
The OCSB Children's, Boys' and Chamber Choirs and guests will present their annual Christmas
Concert, "Behold the Star" on . The concert will be held at
St. Basil's Church, 940 Rex Ave.. Parking is free and may be accessed off Maitland Ave., just
north of the 417 at the Maitland exit. All are welcome. Tickets are $15 at the door.
Waste Reduction Week in Canada is a national environmental campaign that builds awareness around issues of sustainable and responsible consumption, encourages choice for more environmentally responsible products/services, and promotes actions that divert more waste from disposal and conserve natural resources.
St-Clare Catholic School is very happy to be participating in this wonderful campaign. We can make a difference by bringing litterless lunches every day during the week of October 17-23. We will make an effort to recycle our papers, plastics and old markers. We will try to reduce our waste and reuse. St-Clare is proud to be a green school!
As you are aware, the United Way/Centraide of Ottawa-Carleton has launched its 2016 Campaign to support those in need in the Ottawa area. United Way’s theme for 2016 is “Together, we are possibility”. United Way/Centraide supports many programs in over 100 member agencies. This year, the staff and students of St. Clare school are called to make a conscious decision in taking an active part in the community by continuing to care for those in need. This supports our Board’s theme, “Sent to be the Good News.” We have designated three days, October 21, 28 and Nov. 4, to raise money for our neighbours from the Ottawa area who are in need. Although we ask that students donate a loonie or a toonie for our special days, they can donate anything they can afford to participate in these activities. Students can do chores in order to earn money to donate to this cause.
ST. CLARE SCHOOL COUNCIL TWEETS!
We have news that is just ducky. The St. Clare School Council is now on Twitter. That’s something worth crowing about! Find out what’s going on with events, when things are due, or simply what we’ve been up to with helping school programming. We would be happy as a lark if everyone at the school would follow us on Twitter @stclarecouncil
By the way, why did the poultry farmer become a school teacher?