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There i​s something unique and truly special about education that has faith and spiritual growth at the heart of academic and social learning. The distinct faith-filled experiences offered to our children on their learning journey will help prepare them for a positive future.​

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Blessed Sacrament Elementary School Receives $45,000 Indigo Literacy Fund Grant
Blessed Sacrament Catholic Elementary School is a proud recipient of a $45,000 Indigo Love of Reading Foundation Literacy Fund grant, one of just 30 schools to receive a 2018 this year. The Foundation aims to give children from high-needs elementary schools access to books to help them develop a love of reading and build their literacy skills. Over the past 14 years, they have committed $28 million to more than 3,000 schools. “We were surprised and thrilled to be selected,” said Michelle Kennedy, principal at Blessed Sacrament. “It was a whole community effort to complete the application process and I’m thrilled our school families will be able to benefit from this generous grant.” Blessed Sacrament will be able transform their school library and increase its book collection with more than 4,000 new books. A special school assembly was held on May 25 for the surprise announcement.

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ldcsbldcsb.ca > Programs & Services > Learning Materials Centre & Library Services has a ton of stuff to explore and help you!
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ldcsbWe welcome applications from international students seeking a Catholic secondary school education. Learn more at ldcsb.ca > Students > International Students http://ow.ly/m6m530l0GFe
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ldcsbToday is #AutismAwarenessDay! Let’s continue to celebrate and recognize individuals with Autism and make our #LDCSB community more inclusive! Today we wear the colour blue to support Autism, so don’t forget to tag us in your photos!
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ldcsbSpecial thanks to Constable Mazur, a St. Mark parent and London Police Officer, for spending time educating Mrs. Davis’ grade 4 class about internet safety, gaming and social media. Students were fully engaged and learned a multitude of valuable sessions to be safe in cyberspace!
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ldcsbAs we move forward with our Multi-Year Strategic Planning, one of our goals is to engage in innovative and collaborative organizational practices that will increase our efficiency Beginning in September, in partnership with one of our vendors, A. F. Enterprise, the staff and students of the LDCSB will all receive a RFID (Radio Frequency ID) palm tattoo. These RFID palm tattoos will replace staff and student ID cards and provide everyone seamless access to all our LDCSB schools and facilities. Staff and students will no longer be required to enter a userid and password to access the Boards computers or online websites, email, file storage, or virtual learning (VLE) management system. (The VLE provides students and staff access to online courses. This will be particularly useful should the government proceed with the proposed plan to have all students take four online courses.) This new RFID Palm Technology will open a new world of convenience for all Board employees and students. We heard from many staff how inconvenient it was when you forgot your ID tag at home and were unable to gain access to the school. No worries, with the new RFID palm tattoo, by waving your hand two times near the outside palm reader will gain you access to the building and further for your convenience, waving your hand three times near the room palm reader will open your classroom door. Student attendance will also be made easier. When students enter your classroom they be asked to move their hand horizontally back and forth across the palm reader which will then automatically record their attendance. While students will receive only one tattoo, staff will receive two tattoos, one on each palm. This added feature will allow staff to control the heating and lighting in their classrooms. Two claps will turn the lights on and three claps will turn the lights off. Please stay tuned! Our hope is to begin implementing this new PALM technology in the fall and have all our staff and students set up with their own personal RFID thumb tattoos by April 1, 2020. We thank A. F. Enterprise for partnering with us.
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ldcsbLDCSB Families: Read&Write Training & Troubleshooting Workshop, Thursday April 18, 6:30-8:00 pm at St. Thomas Aquinas. See image for details. Register at: http://bit.ly/LDCSB_SEAevenings
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