6:30 PM18:30

Idello Workshop for Parents

St. Leo’s is hosting a FREE Idello workshop open to all members of the community on Wednesday, January 30th at 6:30pm.

Idello is a digital platform developed by the Groupe Média TFO that offers thousands of certified online content classified by age groups, levels, materials, and other categories .These digital  resources are displayed in a variety of media such as video series, applications, games, documentaries, as well as many features, activities, and quizzes. These tools will  enable parents to guide and accompany their children in learning and developing knowledge. Endorsed by the Ontario Ministry of  Education, IDÉLLO is a reference for teachers, parents, and students.

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6:30 PM18:30

Internet Awareness and Safety

On Monday December 10th St Leo will host a special presentation on Internet Awareness and Safety.  Students will receive a presentation during the day and Parents/Guardians are invited to attend a presentation for parents and care givers in the evening at 6:30 pm in the school gym.  The presenter, Paul Davis is a well-known expert in the area of cyber bullying and internet safety.  His message is direct, poignant and very important for students and parents alike. 

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10:00 AM10:00

French as a Second Language (FSL) Parent Outreach event for K-12

The TCDSB is having a French as a Second Language (FSL) Parent Outreach event for K-12. The goal of the event is to promote and establish a strong parent, school and French community connection.  See attachment.  All are welcome on Saturday, November 24th, 2018 from 10 am -2 pm at the TCDSB Board offices at 80 Sheppard Ave East.

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9:00 AM09:00


Students will be celebrating Hallowe’en with class centered activities on October 31st. 

Please take some time to plan your child’s costume appropriate to their age and presence in a Catholic school. 

Be mindful not to send your child to school with a mask, anything resembling a weapon (e.g. gun, sword, knife etc.) or accessories that are unsafe. Some students may wish to wear orange and black rather than a costume. It is important that ALL students are safe and enjoy the day. 

We must be mindful that St. Leo CS is an ALLERGEN AWARE SCHOOL

Please do not send or bring baked goods to the classroom. Hallowe’en stickers, pencils, small toys are excellent alternatives. 

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