A Pathways Night to inform and celebrate various pathway opportunities will be held on Wednesday November 14th from 6:00PM to 8:30PM at Resurrection C.S.S.
Thanks to our School Council Pathways team for organizing this informative evening. Please see the attached Pathways 2018 flyer and handout for more details.
The Keynote Speaker for the evening is Darren Stevenson who will be speaking about “the power of positivity, hard work and chasing your dreams”. Darren is an award winning journalist and founder of 519 Sports Online. The Kitchener native has been involved in the sports media industry since 2000 working for CTV Kitchener, TSN and Sportsnet 590 The FAN.
We look forward to seeing you there!
We would like to take the opportunity to share information about an incident that took place after 9 am this morning.
Dog attack deterrent was sprayed in one of our classes and it impacted the air quality of the immediate area.
Students were evacuated from the school as a safety measure. Members of the class involved were assessed by paramedics and offered a ride to the hospital if they felt they needed further follow up.
Emergency services determined the building was safe to re-enter and we are currently working with emergency services to investigate fully. We have resumed our regular schedule for the day.
If your child is not feeling well, please go to emergency to have him or her assessed and contact the school at your earliest convenience.
We apologize for the last minute information, however, our board just received this information from the Ministry of Education. Please take the time to review the attached Teletown Hall Promotion letter.
The letter contains information with respect to registration for tomorrow’s (October 23rd) Teletown Hall, as well as November 1st (FRENCH) or November 10th.
A Message from Our Leadership Team
by Chris Woodcroft
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The Leadership Team feels extremely grateful to the more than twenty new staff members who […]
A Message from our Leadership Team
by Chris Woodcroft
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! We are so blessed to have had the opportunity to work alongside such a wonderful staff and to lead a phenomenal student body through another very successful school year! We are proud of the determination exhibited each and every day by our students and the amazing accomplishments made by so many. Thank you to the best staff a leadership team could hope for, the Resurrection Staff, who continuously gives so much of their personal time to provide the most comprehensive education for all of our students.
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Please join us on Wednesday June 6th from 6pm – 9pm for an evening of Coming Together. The evening has been organized by Dwayne Harriott and Denise Milton to bring us together and celebrate the youth in our community. How we live our lives while treating each other with respect and dignity plays a crucial role in coming together and making a positive difference in our world. That is what cultural awareness, diversity and inclusion is all about; it’s acknowledging what each of us stands for, and the value that we ALL bring to the table. On Wednesday, we will have an opportunity to look past our differences and discover what we can do to better ourselves and empower today’s youth to achieve success both inside and outside of the classroom, so that they can be better role models and better leaders in our community.