From the Principal

Joyful Halloween!

So much fun this morning for our Halloween dress down day!  The laughter, the creative costumes, and the enthusiasm for the day bring such joy and excitement to our learning environment.  Both staff and students alike work tremendously hard each and every day, however just as important is the opportunity to flood our bodies and […]

Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten

Everything I need to know I learned in Kindergarten.  This well-known poem by Robert Fulghum reminds us of the fundamental life lessons that we learn at 5 years old, and which apply throughout our lifetime. Simple rules such as “play fair, don’t take things that aren’t yours, and say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody” […]

Walkathon for Seismic Upgrading

This past Friday was our annual school Walkathon.  As usual, the day was met with endless enthusiasm and community spirit (with lots of sunshine mixed in!) all in an effort to raise funds for our school.  As our one big fundraiser for the year, we have traditionally looked to the Walkathon to provide us with […]

I Can Do All Things Through Christ.

Dear Parents, On behalf of all the staff at St. Paul School, as well as Msgr. Luterbach, Father Edwin, and Father Gio, we welcome you to a new school year!  It is a sincere pleasure and honour to serve another year as your Principal.  This year our Archdiocesan theme is “I Can Do All Things […]

Happy Summer!

The daily buzz in the hallways has suddenly been silenced, and the school will sit quietly for the next two months while students, staff, and families alike enjoy some well-deserved rest and relaxation.  I encourage everyone to use the time to make memories with your loved ones: ride a bike, enjoy an ice cream, take […]

June? When did that happen?

The month of June is upon us and in a few short weeks we will close on another year at St. Paul School.  Our Gr. 7 students, and some families, will be leaving us, and we will be welcoming a new batch of Kindergarten students and families.  As we wind down the school year, I’d […]

Parent Education Evening – How to recognize and support stress and anxiety in your child.

Has your child ever experienced stress?  Of course they have, as it is a normal part of life and can at times be a productive response to stimuli.  Learning how to recognize escalating stress and anxiety in your child, and how best to support it and equip your child with the skills to self-manage is […]

It’s April!

Welcome back!  I trust that all our St. Paul families had a restful Spring Break.  It’s hard to believe there are only 3 months left in the school year, with April being one of the busiest.  This month we will see our Gr. 2 students receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, our Gr. 7 students receive […]

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