No School: Friday, 19 April and Monday, 22 April
No school due to Good Friday and Easter Monday. Classes resume on Tuesday, 23 April. School Day: 6
We wish all families a blessed Easter!
Easter Liturgy: Tuesday, 23 April
We have an all-school Mass on Tuesday, 23 April to celebrate Easter. Mass will take place in the MultiPlex at about 12:40 pm. Parents are welcome. Schedule 5 is in effect.
Relaxed Dress Code: Friday, 26 April
We will have a Relaxed Dress Code on Friday, 26 April, in support of the Washington, DC trip. A contribution of $2 is required to participate.
April Progress Reports: Friday, 12 April
Progress Reports were mailed on Friday, 12 April. Please contact Catherine Smither if a mailing is not received by Wednesday, 17 April.
2019–2020 Student Council Opening Speeches: Monday, 15 April
Monday, 15 April kicks off the election process for next year's Student Council. We will follow Schedule 2 and have an assembly in the afternoon to allow the President and Vice-President Candidates to introduce themselves and their platforms. The Opening Election Assembly is compulsory for grade 9–11 students and dismissal time will be at 3:15 pm. Grade 12 students who wish to vote must attend the assembly. We have six teams running for Student Council President and Vice-President, respectively:
Early Dismissal: Tuesday, 16 April
Students will be dismissed at 2:25 pm to accommodate a staff meeting. Schedule 2 is in effect.
Reconciliation Service: Wednesday, 17 April
All students will participate in a reconciliation service on the morning of Wednesday, 17 April. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available to students during the afternoon. Schedule 3 is in effect.
Relaxed Dress Code: Thursday, 18 April
Students are encouraged to participate in a Relaxed Dress Code day in support of Crusader Soccer. A contribution of $2 is required to participate.
No School: Friday, 19 April
No school due to Good Friday.
No School: Monday, 22 April
No school due to Easter Monday.
Grief, Loss & Life Transitions Workshop
St. Paul's alumnus and author, Rick Benson '75, is offering an evening interactive workshop to parents, alumni and staff on how we can practice healthy coping mechanisms and support others we care for.
In Rick's words:
"We are not meant to deal with Loss, grief and life transitions alone. Your experiences are unique - no exceptions. Not only death but changing health, relationships, and meaning in life, can have profound effects on the person and their loved ones. One size or program does not fit all. This workshop will present a collection of evidence based interventions and narratives that provide significant results in reducing stress and anxiety. The uniqueness of this program is that it is interventions and stories infused of the spiritual dimension of loss."
If you are interested in attending this event, please click the registration button below. Note: you will be required to log in to the St. Paul's Online Community to complete the registration.
No Classes: Monday, 8 April
There are no classes on this day to accommodate a professional development day for the St. Paul's faculty.
April Progress Reports: Friday, 12 April
Progress Reports will be mailed on or before Friday, 12 April. Please contact Catherine Smither if a mailing is not received by Wednesday, 17 April.
Relaxed Dress Code: Friday, 12 April
Students are encouraged to participate in a Relaxed Dress Code day in support of the St. Paul's Wrestling Program. A contribution of $2 is required to participate.
From the Parent Guild
The Guild hopes that everyone had a lovely Spring Break!
We would like you to be aware that this month’s meeting, scheduled for April 10, has been cancelled. The next Parent Guild Meeting will be held at 7:00pm on Wednesday, May 10 in the Aulneau Room. All parents are invited and welcome to attend.
The main reason we have decided to forgo our April meeting is because we are very, very busy “Under the Big Top” creating an AMAZING event for our parents, students, relatives, alumni, and friends. Don’t forget about the 33rd Annual SPHS Parent Guild Fashion Show & Fundraiser, presented by the Duha Group, taking place at 5:00pm on Wednesday, April 17.
Honourary Ringmaster Karen Duha invites one and all to what is sure to be the GREATEST EVENING EVER, featuring a cocktail reception, sideshows, fancy circus eats, an opening act, professional fashion show, and a chance to win incredible prizes - including a $4000 “Adventure of a Lifetime” and $500 worth of luggage! Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the St. Paul's community and to change a life. A few tickets and sponsorship opportunities are still available by calling the school or visiting the SPHS website, but please be aware that the deadline is Wednesday, April 10.
** Special meal requests due to allergies, intolerances, etc. must be submitted in advance. The hotel is not able to accommodate any variations to our menu on the night of the event. **
Danali has been a supporter of our show since 1986. On Saturday, April 13, its owners have extended an invitation to the St. Paul’s Community to its Tiger of Sweden Spring Collection Launch Party. Tiger of Sweden is Danali’s biggest suiting brand and might be a great investment for graduation. There will be a DJ, giveaways, food, and refreshments. Sounds like a roaring good time!
Looking forward to clowning around with you in two weeks!
St. Paul's Grade 9 Basketball Teams Play in MB Basketball Final
Congratulations to all players and coaches on both the Maroon and White Grade 9 Basketball Teams. Both teams were successful in earning a spot in the championship game played at Ten Voc High School on Thursday, 21 March. The game was extremely exciting and well-played on both sides. In the end, the White team edged out the Maroon team with a final score of 69–60. The boys all played hard and made the school very proud!
Crusader Wrestling Program Wins Provincial Title!
The Crusader Wrestling team participated in the 2019 Provincial Wrestling Championships on Saturday, 16 March. Thirty-one wrestlers took to the mats to represent our school in their most important meet of the season.
Our boys battled against all comers in one of the toughest high school sports we offer, to earn some treasured hardware (14 in all) AND the provincial team title…our school’s fourth straight championship!
Congratulations to Provincial Champions Ivan Rakowski '21, Cole Doyle '21, Hayden Piché ’21, Sam Pereira ’21, Sharif McCurdy ’22 and Joecel Cleodoro ’22.
Capturing silver medals were Navmeet Makkar ’21, Jackson Fortat ’22, John Moncrieff '19 and Eric Fontaine ’22. Bronze medals were awarded to Riley Wilcosh ’22, Skyler Griffith ’21, Harry Engel ’22 and Tyler Sierhuis ’22.
A special congratulation goes out to Jackson Fortat ’22 and Riley Wilcosh ’22 for competing up an age group in the U19 division and even securing for themselves a medal!
We were all very proud of their performances and especially the brotherhood they exemplified in cheering on each other during every match. It was truly moving. Although many tears were shed knowing that for our Grade 12 members, it would be their last tournament as a St. Paul’s student, their commitment and contribution to our wrestling program will surely never be forgotten.
All this being said, this year was a unique one. The previous head wrestling coach Mike Watson had built an exceptional program at St. Paul’s, and with his expertise, enthusiasm and dedication, he attracted many of our students and trained them to become the wrestlers they are today. There was thus an understandable concern that with his departure the wrestling program might fall apart. But thanks to the commitment of the returning wrestlers and especially our Senior members, the program flourished and even brought in some exceptional new members. Many of our Grade 12’s and 11’s took on leadership roles inspiring the younger members and welcoming them onto the team. Alumni and volunteers also came in to help instruct and keep the program running smoothly.
A special thanks goes out to Leah Ferguson, an Olympian-level Wrestler who volunteered her time to head coach our program, offering her expertise, wisdom and enthusiasm. Samson Abbott – an Alumni of St. Paul’s attended every practice and helped out with our heavy weights. Charlie Peronto, another one of our volunteers, offered his collegiate level experience cornering our wrestlers at every tournament. Many thanks go out to Mr. Fiebelkorn '09 and Mr. Stacey who also helped coach and manage the program. They clocked in the hours working behind the scenes making sure our wrestlers got safely to the various tournaments and even ran and hosted our own at St. Paul’s.
The Crusader wrestling program would also like to thank Mr. Schroeder and Mr. Derek Brogan for their athletic therapy, strength and conditioning, and overall support of our wrestling program. The wrestlers truly enjoyed having you as a part of their experience. With the care we receive, we are the envy of all other wrestling programs in the province. A shout out of thanks to Mr. Higham and his lovely wife, Mr. Lewin and Fr. Boutilier for travelling out to the West Kildonan High School host location to cheer on our guys. Your presence was very much appreciated.
Submitted by Co-manager and Coach Mr. Stacey
Manitoba Robot Games
Last weekend, St. Paul's entered two teams in the Manitoba Robot Games. In the Mini Sumo (tethered) Tournament, Peter Daza '22 (along with teammates, Donovan Martin '22 and Alex Sala '22, who were unable to attend the tournament) finished 4th out of 40 robots and the team consisting of Nicolas Woods '22 Woods and Tyler Sierhuis '22 (along with teammate, Alex Porter '22, who was unable to attend the tournament) finished in the Top 15. This was the first year St. Paul's students made it to the playoff portion of the tournament. Congratulations to these teams for a good showing and many thanks to our dedicated staff, consisting of Ms Sherri Nichols, Mr. Justin Daman '10, and Mr. Euan Burton, for running the Robotics Club at St. Paul's!
St. Paul's Dramatic Society: An Evening in Gila Gulch
Congratulations to producers Mr. Matthew and Mr. Sterner, and to directors, Mr. Beeston and Mr. Broadhurst, and to the many faculty, staff, and students involved in the Dramatic Society’s dinner theatre, “An Evening in Gila Gulch.”
Nine individual awards were presented as follows:
Congratulations to all individual award winners and the entire Dramatic Society for a job well done!
St. Paul's Gives Sight
During our third Mission Week last May, our school community raised over $10,800 for cataract surgeries. A team of eye specialists from Texas goes to Africa each year to complete cataract surgeries in various regions. Because of the generosity of members of our school community, we were able to fund fifty-four cataract surgeries. The following video, created by Sight.org, shows their appreciation for our support and some of the recipients of the surgeries. Thank-you one and all!
Spring Break: 25–29 March
There are no classes Monday, 25 through Friday, 29 March due to Spring Break.
Classes Resume: Monday, 1 April (No Foolin'!)
Regular classes resume on Monday, 1 April. School Day: 4.
Grade 11 Awareness Day: Thursday, 4 April
As part of their course in World Religions, all grade eleven students will be participating in a field trip involving visits to various places of religious worship. The following information letter and permission form has been given to students and is included here as well. The permission form is due by Tuesday, 2 April. Information Letter and Permission Form
Friday, 5 April
We wish all students and families a safe, restful, and enjoyable Spring Break!
Cru Puck A Captures 4th consecutive AAAA Provincial Title!
Congratulations to all of the payers and coaches on the Crusader A Hockey Team for a great season and on winning a record-setting 4th consecutive AAAA Provincial Championship. The Crusaders defeated the Sturgeon Heights Huskies 3-0 in a fast-paced and hard-fought game on Monday, 11 March at the BellMts Iceplex. Thank you to all our fans for coming out to support the Cru!
Upcoming Crusader Playoff Action
Varsity Basketball (all games at Investors Group Athletic Centre, University of Manitoba)
Grade 9 Basketball (all games at Windsor Park Collegiate)
Provincial Tournament on Saturday, 16 March, matches start at 9:00 am, West Kildonan Collegiate
St. Paul's Robotics Club to Compete at Manitoba Robot Games
Several St. Paul's students will be competing in the Manitoba Robot Games this Saturday, 16 March at Tec Voc High School. Competitions take place throughout the day from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and spectators get in free. Come out and support our students and the St. Paul's Robotics Club. Information Poster
Human Rights Initiative: Shoe Drive
Thank you to all families and students who participated in the shoe drive organized by the Human Rights Initiative at St. Paul's. You contributed 87 pairs of shoes and more than $500 to provide footwear and footcare to those struggling to cope with financial, social, mobility, or mental-health issues in Winnipeg. A special thanks goes out to Rohan Sethi '21 for leading this initiative and who delivered the shoes, along with teachers Mrs. Anna McGill and Ms Christine Janzen, to a local drop-in centre on Saturday, 9 March.
Early Dismissal: Monday, 18 March
Students will be dismissed at 2:25 pm to accommodate a staff meeting. Schedule 2 is in effect. Winnipeg Transit has been contacted and early bus transportation has been arranged.
Freshman Retreat Liturgy: Tuesday, 19 March
We will have a liturgy to follow-up on the Freshman Retreat which took place last December. All students are welcome, however, all Grade 9 students and retreat leaders are expected to attend. We will follow Schedule 3 and the liturgy will take place in the MultiPlex with a start time of about 8:40 am. Parents are welcome to attend. The warning bell for the start of classes will sound at 9:15 am.
Reservation and Enrolment Agreements Due: Wednesday, 20 March
Reservation and Enrolment (R&E) Agreements were mailed on Monday, 11 March. Please contact Ms Catherine Smither if you have not received a re-registration package by now. The return deadline is Wednesday, 20 March at 9:00 am.
Friday, 20 March: Relaxed Dress Code
Students are encouraged to participate in the relaxed dress code for $2.00. Proceeds will support the Rugby Program at St. Paul's.
From the Parent Guild
COME ONE, COME ALL!! St. Paul’s High School parents, students, relatives, alumni, and friends are invited to be amazed by the 33rd Annual SPHS Parent Guild Fashion Show & Fundraiser, “UNDER THE BIG TOP,” presented by the Duha Group. It’s going to be the greatest ever, featuring a cocktail reception, delicious dinner, professional fashion show, a chance to win incredible prizes, and a few jaw-dropping surprises. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the St. Paul's community and to change a life. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available now. Get them before they are gone!
Grade 11 Awareness Day: Wednesday, 19 April
As part of the World Religions course, all Grade 11 students will participate in the ‘Faith Road Show,’ visiting three houses of worship. Busses will depart St. Paul's around 9:00 am. All Grade 11 students will be expected to attend their first period classes on this day. Information Letter and Permission Form
Crusader Athletics Playoffs
CRU Puck A Hockey Provincial Finals (all games at MTS IcePlex)
Friday, 8 March
Monday, 11 March - Final TBD
Grade 9 Basketball (Games at St. Paul's High School, Cass Gym)
Monday, 11 March
Junior Varsity Basketball
Friday, 8 March: MHSAA Provincial Quarter-final, 8:00 pm, Maples Collegiate
Note: winner plays in Semi-final on Saturday, 9 March, Maples Collegiate, 4:00 or 6:00 pm
Saturday, 9 March: MHSAA Provincial Quarter-finals, 5:00 pm, Sisler
Note: winner plays in Semi-final on Friday, 15 March, 8:00 pm, IGAC (U of M)
Elective Course Selection Deadline: Monday, 11 March
The deadline for completing online elective course selection is Monday, 11 March. Use the following links to access the appropriate online form.
Students going into:
Grade 11s at Holocaust Symposium: Wednesday, 13 March
Grade 11 students will attend the morning session of the 18th Annual Holocaust Symposium at the University of Winnipeg, Duckworth Centre. Students are expected to get to the U of W on their own by 9:15 am and check in with their teacher. Limited bus transportation is available back to St. Paul's, however, students are required to sign up for bus transportation on the permission form for the event. Permission forms are due to Grade 11 Religion teachers on Monday, 11 March.
Please note: If you son is participating in the Kairos retreat during the week of March 12–15, he is not expected to attend this event. Parent Letter
Relaxed Dress Code: Friday, 15 March
Relaxed Dress Code in support of the El Salvador scholarship fund. A contribution of $2 is required to participate.
From the Parent Guild
The Guild would like to express its gratitude to the following people for helping to “Make Tomorrow’s Memories Today”:
Please note that our next Parent Guild Meeting will be held at 7:00pm on Wednesday, March 13 in the Aulneau Room. All parents are invited and welcome to attend.
Lastly, we would like to remind parents, students, relatives, alumni, and friends about the 33rd Annual SPHS Parent Guild Fashion Show & Fundraiser, presented by the Duha Group. Come one, come all to the Victoria Inn & Conference Centre at 5:00pm on Wednesday, April 17. Honourary Chair Karen Duha invites you to be amazed “UNDER THE BIG TOP”! It promises to be the greatest event ever, featuring a cocktail reception, delicious dinner, professional fashion show, a chance to win incredible prizes, and a few jaw-dropping surprises. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the St. Paul's community and to change a life. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available now on the school’s website.
Fr. Crouch, S.J. Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast: Tuesday 5 March
We will follow a modified schedule and students will have pancakes between 8:30–10:30 am as we head into Lent.
Ash Wednesday Service and Liturgy of the Eucharist: Wednesday, 6 March
We will follow Schedule 5 to accommodate our Ash Wednesday Service. The service will begin at 12:40 pm in the MultiPlex. Parents are welcome.
Class Sequence Change: Thursday, 7 March
The sequence of class periods will be modified as follows to accommodate the Grade 11 Biology Lab Exam:
2, 4, MGM, 5, Lunch, 1, 3, 6
Relaxed Dress Code: Friday, 8 March
Relaxed Dress Code in support of the Cerebral Palsy Bike Race. $2 to participate.
Graduation Portrait Information
Click the following button to view information related to graduation portraits for members of the Class of 2019.
Re-enrolment for 2019–2020 School Year
Reservation and Enrolment (R&E) Agreements will be in the mail on or before Monday, 11 March. The return deadline will be Wednesday, 20 March at 9:00 am.
Last Thursday, the Human Rights Initiative supported a shoe collection campaign organized for a community drop-in and resource centre in the city's inner core called Sunshine House. Thanks to the generous support of staff and students, plenty of shoes were collected and over $500 was raised for the organization's footcare/footwear program. Sunshine House is a community drop-in and resource centre located in the city's inner core that provides, among other services, footwear and footcare to those struggling to cope with financial, social, mobility, or mental-health issues. These can include homeless and transient individuals, as well as immigrant families.
By donating a gently-used pair of shoes that have been outgrown or are no longer of use, Sunshine House is provided with the tools they need to help some of our community's most vulnerable individuals. Shoes of any style, any teen or adult size, and of any gender are welcome, although there is a greater need for athletic and dress shoes. Students can drop off shoes in Room 129 until March 21. For all shoe donations, please tie pairs together or place them in a bag for sorting purposes. Thank you in advance for your support!
St. Paul's High School Dinner Theatre - An Evening in Gila Gulch
The St. Paul's High School Dramatic Society Presents: An Evening In Gila Gulch - A Dinner Theatre by David Beeston
Dates: March 14–17, 2019
Doors Open: 5:45pm
St. Paul’s High School Annual Fashion Show & Fundraiser
Come enjoy an exciting evening featuring a professional fashion show, cocktail reception, delicious dinner, and a chance to win incredible prizes at 33rd annual St. Paul's High School Fashion Show, in support of the Magis Fund.
The Fashion Show will feature the Class of 2019 students hitting the runway, accompanied by professionals from Panache Modeling Agency. In addition to viewing apparel from Winnipeg’s finest clothing stores, you will be treated to some fun surprises.
Our auctions are truly remarkable, thanks to the support of local businesses and families. Moreover, every bid on the Rainbow, Silent and Live Auctions goes directly to helping a student in need.
Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the St. Paul's community and to change a life. Mark your calendar. Call your friends, relatives, and fellow alumni. Buy your tickets now.
Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Time: Reception 5:00pm, Dinner 7:00pm, Show: 8:30pm
Location: Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave
Tuesday, 26 February
Pink Shirt Day
All in our school community are invited to participate in Pink Shirt Day. This anti-bullying campaign began several years ago in Nova Scotia after a group of students rallied around a Grade 9 boy who was being bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Students showed their support by distributing pink shirts throughout the school. Their kindness caught on and now schools throughout North America wear pink shirts twice a year in order to show their resistance to bullying in schools, workplaces and online.
Angus Reid Debate Tournament
On Tuesday, 26 February, the St. Paul’s Senior Debate Team hosts the 19th Annual Angus Reid Debating tournament. The tournament is cross-examination style, and is open to spectators who wish to support our boys. Additionally, we always require judges. No experience is required at all, as debate is meant to appeal to listeners with no specialized knowledge. If you are interested, or know of anyone that is, please contact Tyler Kelsch.
Grade 11 Bake Sale
Parents of Grade 11 students are asked to bring baked goods to the Reception Desk on the Tuesday morning. Thank-you in advance for contributing baked goods.
Winter Sports Day: Wednesday, 27 February
The annual St. Paul’s Winter Sports Day will take place on Wednesday, 27 February. The Student Council has been hard at work planning an all-day event for students. The day will begin with attendance at 9:00 am in designated attendance rooms (warning bell at 8:55 am). The list for the Attendance Stations will be posted in the Student Link on Monday, February 25. After attendance is taken, students will be bussed to their chosen morning activity and return to the school for lunch at 12:00 pm. Attendance will be taken again at 1:00 pm and students will then proceed to the Multiplex for the Crusader Olympics activity. Dismissal will take place between 2:30 and 2:40 pm.
If your son has not yet registered for an activity, but would still like to, please do so on or before Sunday, February 24. The online registration link will close at midnight on February 24. If your son is not registered for a morning activity he will be placed in an all day Study Hall on February 27.
Student Council Moderator
Attendance is compulsory and a medical note may be required in order to excuse student absence.
Registration for morning activities can be completed by clicking the following button:
Relaxed Dress Code: Thursday, 28 February
The relaxed dress code day is in support of Crusader Badminton. $2.00 to participate.
Parent Meeting: Thursday, 28 February, 7PM
Date: Thursday, 28 February
One item for the Grade 9 Parent Meeting includes sharing information on how parents can support their sons at St. Paul's. To this end, parents are asked to download and read the document: Ten Ways to Support Your Son at St. Paul's High School
Class Sequence Change: Friday, 1 March
The order of class periods will be modified as follows: 5, 2, MGM, 3, Lunch, 4, 1, 6 (periods 1 and 5 are switched) to accommodate a presentation on vocations to grade twelve students.
Father Edmund Lo, SJ, Director of Vocations for the Canadian Jesuits, will be visiting St. Paul's. Fr. Lo will speak to all Grade 12 students during the first period slot and then visit select Grade 12 classes during the second and third periods for an opportunity for the students to ask questions.
No School: Monday, 18 February
St. Paul's High School is closed due to Louis Riel Day.
Term 1 Awards Assembly: Wednesday, 20 February
We will follow Schedule 5 for our First Term Awards Assembly. Students on Silver and Gold Honour Roll will be announced followed by awards from teams who completed their seasons during the Fall or Winter. The Assembly will take place in the MultiPlex and will start at about 12:40 pm. Parents are welcome.
Thursday, 21 February
Thursday is an early dismissal to allow teachers to prepare for Parent-Teacher Conferences. Schedule 2 is in effect. Winnipeg Transit has been contacted and early bus transportation has been arranged.
Relaxed Dress Code
In support of the Human Rights Initiative. A contribution of $2 is required to participate.
For Grade 11 Parents - OPEN HOUSE @ University of Manitoba
Please be reminded that Thursday, 21 February is the annual Open House at the University of Manitoba. All grade 11 students will attend this event to learn more about programs and opportunities at the University of Manitoba. Students will make their own way out to the University of Manitoba and meet before 9:15 a.m. at St. Paul’s College’s Jensen Theatre. The day will end at 2:30 pm. Permission slips and schedules for the day have been sent to all grade eleven students on the Community. Outstanding permission slips can be submitted on Tuesday, 19 February.
No School: Friday, 22 February
No school due to parent-teacher conferences.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Online appointment booking takes place through the Powerschool Portal until Wednesday, 20 February at 3:30 pm. If a teacher is fully booked and unavailable, please contact the teacher directly to arrange a meeting outside of the regular parent-teacher meeting times.
Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled on the following dates and times:
Term 1 Report Cards
Term 1 Report Cards were mailed on Thursday, 7 February. Please contact Catherine Smither if you do not receive a report card in the mail by Tuesday, 12 February.
Term 1 Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled on the following dates:
TIPS for booking appointments
Transfers to Essential Math
Monday, 11 February is the deadline for transfers to Essential Math. Students should speak with their Counsellors to discuss this option, if applicable.
Deadline for dropping Extra Credit Electives
Students in Grade 11 or 12 taking an extra credit elective course have until Monday, 11 February to drop extra credit courses. Students should speak with their Counsellors to discuss this option, if applicable.
Early Dismissal: Tuesday, 12 February
Students will be dismissed at 2:25 pm to accommodate a staff meeting. Schedule 2 is in effect. Winnipeg Transit has been contacted and early bus transportation has been arranged.
MADD Presentation: Thursday, 14 February
Our Counseling Department has arranged for our students to experience a presentation from Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD) on Tuesday, 23 March. Modified Schedule
Relaxed Dress Code: Thursday, 14 February
Relaxed Dress Code for $2.00 in support of Crusader Hockey.
No School: Friday, 15 February
There is no school on Friday, 15 February as our faculty will be participating in Catholic Schools Inservice Day which includes staff from all Catholic Schools in the Archdioceses of Winnipeg and St. Boniface.
Save the Date: Thursday, 28 February @ 7PM
Parents of students in Grades 9–11 are reminded of parent meetings scheduled for Thursday, 28 February at 7:00 pm. These meetings will provide an opportunity to learn about available courses for the coming school year and to discuss how the school and parents can work together in forming your sons. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend.
Date: Thursday, 28 February
• Grade 9 Meeting: Cafeteria
• Grade 10 Meeting: Aulneau Room
• Grade 11 Meeting: Band Room (141)
Parking: Student Lot of Bower Blvd.