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St. Catherine of Siena Raises More than $10,000 for Water Walk
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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ldcsbFewer and fewer students are walking or biking to school nowadays. Long lineups of cars queue up along roads before and after school, and school parking lots need to be cordoned off multiple times a day to ensure there is enough space for school buses to get in and out. The London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB) hopes to change that by promoting Active School Travel so that more students walk and wheel to school each day. “Walking or biking to school is a great way for kids to get a bit of exercise, while alleviating some traffic congestion around schools and helping the environment,” said Jacquie Davison, Superintendent of Business for the LDCSB. “Our team will be looking for safe route for students to travel, and help the schools get the information to families.” In partnership with Southwestern Ontario Student Transportation Services, the newly created Travel Planner position has been filled for the two year project. The project is made possible through Ontario Active School Travel, a program of Green Communities Canada with financial support from the Government of Ontario. In addition to funding the program is providing new and improved resources, program development, training, coaching and other supports to partners in London and 11 other communities across the province. In addition to supporting LDCSB schools who are interested in taking on a school travel planning initiative, the grant also provides additional funds for the City of London and Can-Bike as local partners. Schools already involved in travel planning will receive additional support through wayfinding signs, bike racks and promoting safe cycling practices. Active school travel has numerous benefits, including health and fitness, a reduction in obesity, improved cognitive function and school performance, social development, an increase in independent mobility, increased happiness, reduced traffic and school zone congestion, reduced emissions, and improved air quality.
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ldcsbHave you ever wondered what it would be like to be the principal of a school? Learn more at ldcsb.ca > Careers > Principals and Vice Principals http://ow.ly/Z5cy30l0tIm
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ldcsbWorkshop: Supporting Families to Enhance Well-being in Our Children. Nov 29 in West Lorne. Register here: http://ow.ly/O7P630miGJF
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ldcsbFREE drumming lessons for LDCSB students in Grades 7 and 8. Saturdays, 10-10:50 am at Mother Teresa, 1065 Sunningdale Rd E. (Room 137). Limited space. Email Bryan Malito: bmalito@ldcsb.ca to request a spot. Students must bring their own drum sticks, preferably VIC FIRTH SD-1.
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ldcsbLDCSB Families: Google Read & Write Training & Troubleshooting Workshop, Tuesday October 23, 6:30-8:00 pm at St. Andre Bessette. See image for details. Register by calling 519-663-2088 x42209.
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ldcsbHave you ever wondered about using a school for your program or event? Visit ldcsb.ca > Parents & Community > Community Use of Schools to learn more! http://ow.ly/3Eei30l0tyd
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ldcsbNov 7, 4-7 pm: Passages: Transition Planning for Families and Youth Through Secondary School and Beyond: supporting students with special needs to a variety of post-secondary pathways. Info fair for educators, families and youth regarding supports and services.
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ldcsbHappy Thanksgiving!
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ldcsbStudents: need to access the Virtual Learning Environment (D2L)? Visit ldcsb.ca > Students > VLE Login