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Ms.Palleschi 23h
Using student made games to work on math fluency
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Ms. Bettelli 6h
Annual Good Friday traditions with the family. ❤️We always go down to Little Italy to watch the procession. It was so nice to see students from St. Francis of Assisi participating!
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Ms.Palleschi 10h
Combining elements of language learning with mathematics learning.
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Dan Vigliatore Apr 18
Great idea Mirella! Creating that safe space really can give that outlet for students to learn how to deal with a stressful situation. I love it!!
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Ven John Merlini 14h
Thank you Grade 7 Confirmandi candidates for processing through the school carrying up the Cross. Have a happy and holy Easter weekend everyone. God Bless.
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Linda Maselli-Jackman Apr 4
Kudos to TCDSB Autism Team, TCDSB Teachers, parent volunteers, and students for making our first ever Secondary Schools Autism Conference a truly successful event. We Belong
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Stop The Stigma 7h
CCS wishes everyone a wonderful Easter weekend. Enjoy all of the surprises  Easter  brings. Most of all may it be filled with love, happiness, peace, and many blessings.
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Frank Bruno Apr 6
What an amazing rally in front of Queen’s Park today! Tens of thousands of concerned citizens congregated to tell Doug Ford and his trained seals that his Draconian cuts to education will not be tolerated! , , , , , , , ,
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Toronto Catholic District School Board Apr 10
ATTN Parents/caregivers, students, and staff! We’re looking for your input on the 2019-2020 budget. Share your feedback with us by completing the survey here: . Deadline: Friday, May 10.
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Clarence: Principal @ Francis Libermann Apr 8
Today Danielle Moore’s Father Chris Moore attended Francis Libermann CHS to see the memorial in her honour and speak about the life and times of his incredible daughter. We were all moved by the stories he shared of Danielle and the impact she had on the world around us.
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Peter Stachiw Apr 2
Happy World Autism Awareness Day
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Miss D Apr 6
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Patt Olivieri 24h
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Ms_Mary_Chu Apr 18
Earlier this week, the gr. 8s enacted their own modern interpretations of the stations of the cross. Today we walked the way of the cross to reflect on the suffering and death of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
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Dr Marie-Josee Gendron Apr 2
Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day at the
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Dan Vigliatore 12h
What an opportunity to move from just listening and memorizing towards applying real world concepts AND amongst The truest example of purpose and meaning, the walk to Calvary. Very Special
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Susan J Wayman Apr 12
Patricia, Julie, Deborah, Gabriella, Rob, Anthony, thank you for taking time away from your families to stop the dangerous changes Doug Ford is imposing on teachers.
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James Ryan Apr 2
Interesting that Education Minister was concerned about the 4 cent/litre carbon tax on Monday but not the 22% increase in gas since February or her increases to class size.
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Kathy Lott Mar 31
THIS SUMMER you can earn your MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID certification from the Mental Health Commission of Canada! If interested reply here and I will forward the course flyer & registration information. Learn more at
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James Ryan 12h
As we pray and reflect on this most solemn , we remember that "God so loved the world he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life." John 3:16
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