The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is about to launch a new automated broadcast system that will improve communication between home and school. The system uses telephone and email to notify parents and staff of important events and emergency school information. The system we are using is called SchoolMessenger Communicate. It will be used to
I hope this email finds you feeling well and continuing to stay positive. The Premier and the Minister were part of a news conference earlier and you may have seen the highlights of that press release. Attached is a letter that provides our latest update and hopefully offers some insight into our commitment to move forward
Good morning St. Brigid Celtics!
I wanted to share some information with you as things are changing rapidly and I want to keep you informed. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your child’s teacher. Electronic communication is best since no one is allowed in the school building
If your child currently uses Google Read and Write to support their learning, please see the attachment on how to activate the Read and Write feature on a home device (laptops, chromebooks).
Attached is an updated handout, for those who prefer handouts.
In addition, please see the ‘how to video’ link is as follows: https://youtu.be/fPDuw_udNes
Just a quick note to say that we are all thinking of your family during this difficult time and are hoping all of you are keeping everyone well and safe. A special thank you to those who are working in essential services right now as you are keeping our community going. Moving forward please know
Good morning, please see attached for a letter from Loretta Notten, WCDSB Director and Bill Conway, Chair.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Today was the first day of the previously announced two-week closure of all schools in Ontario to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
I know that this is not easy for you. We have all been impacted by COVID -19 in some way. I know that many of you wanted to be in
Province Launches First Phase of the Learn at Home Portal
TORONTO — Today, Premier Doug Ford joined Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education to launch the first phase of Learn at Home and Apprendre à la maison, a new online portal that will provide resources for families so students can continue their education while schools are closed