Reminder: New Bell Times on Monday

Dear Resurrection Community,

A reminder that on Monday November 29th, we be extending our school day for 5 (40 minute lunch, plus 5 minutes of travel time) to provide a full 40 minutes of lunch time.  This change will have an impact on the start time of period 2 and end of day bus times.  For those that have transportation provided, all afterschool buses will leave 5 minutes later.


Bell Times – to change as of Monday November 29th


8:05 Warning Bell
  Period 1
8:10 Beginning of Period 1
10:40 End of Period 1
10:40 Students have two options for lunch:
  • Stay in period 1 classroom until 11:00
  • Go outside until 11:10
11:00 Students who stayed inside for lunch are dismissed from period 1 classrooms
11:10 Students who went outside for lunch are allowed to re-enter building
11:20 Warning Bell for Period 2
  Period 2
11:25 Beginning of

Virtual Careers Night – Wed. November 17th

Resurrection’s Parent Advisory Council is hosting a Virtual Careers Night on Wednesday November 17th from 7:00 – 8:00.

Please join us if you are interested in exciting discussions around pathways and career options.  Sign up is no longer required.  Please click on the links below to attend the event.

Virtual Careers Night

Link to agenda (also below):

Click here to view bios of the speakers

Topic Teams Link and Time  Facilitator(s)

Prayer/Land Acknowledgement

Thank you and Event Format

Introduction to Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker

7:00 – 7:20pm

Click here to join the meeting

Or call in (audio only)

+1 226-241-2413,,389767657#   Canada, Kitchener-Waterloo

Phone Conference ID: 389 767 657#

Marisa Munroe

Marianna Worth

Shana McTurk

Janek Jagiełłowicz

James Siew, Professor, Conestoga College

Session 1: 7:25-7:40pm

Session 2: 7:45-8:00pm

Same link for each

Student Census Information

Dear Parents,


This fall Waterloo Catholic District School Board will be conducting a Student Census. While the Ministry of Education requires all school districts to conduct this census, we are committed to collecting quality, relevant student demographic data, so we can meet the needs of all our students. You can learn more about the census at


Before we ask your child or children to complete the census, we want to hear from you. We are hosting a series of consultations online. These consultations will give you an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback. Please note, we will be hosting a couple of sessions specifically for parents of BIPOC (i.e., Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) students because the census must include questions around Indigeneity, race, and ethnicity. We can imagine parents of BIPOC students may have additional questions and concerns about how we will use the data in a respectful

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