The York Catholic District School Board offers the French Immersion program at 15 elementary schools, and five high schools throughout York Region. The program aims to provide non-francophone children with a high degree of proficiency in the French language. Although the curriculum is the same as in the English-language program, the language ... Continue reading "Families are invited to learn about York Catholic’s French Immersion Program"
This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the poppy as the official symbol of Remembrance in Canada
On November 11th the York Catholic District School Board will pay tribute to fallen Canadian veterans and all those who serve our country as a member of the Canadian Forces, past and present. Schools across the region will mark Remembrance Day with tributes and special events ... Continue reading "York Catholic Remembers…"
The 21st Annual Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day is Thursday, October 21, 2021!
The York Catholic District School Board takes this opportunity to recognize and thanks its many Early Childhood Educators (ECEs), Child Care Workers and Early Years’ staff who work in our Kindergarten classes, schools, and affiliated child care centres.
YCDSB recognizes that years of research ... Continue reading "October 21st is Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day!"
World Teachers’ Day is held annually on October 5th to celebrate all teachers around the world. Our York Catholic schools, as well as those right across the globe have been greatly affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The support of teachers is essential to the worldwide recovery and that is why the theme for this year’s World Teachers Day is, “Teachers at the heart of ... Continue reading "Today is World Teachers’ Day!"
The York Catholic District School Board worked closely with its partners at the Ministry of Education, York Region Public Health, and with Board staff to prepare for the return to school in September. By aligning our practices with their guidance, we are confident our schools will continue to be safe, inclusive places to learn and work throughout the 2021-2022 school year.