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Service Learning Parent Information Night and Report Cards

Due to the inclement weather Resurrection is rescheduling the Service Learning Program Parent Information Night. It will now take place on Tuesday, February 19th . This program is a 3 credit senior program offered in the 2019/2020 school year. The opportunity includes a trip to Kenya in partnership with WE schools. If your child is interested in participating we invite you to attend the meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 pm in the Lecture Hall.

Additionally, this is a reminder that Semester One Final Report Cards and Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test Information will be distributed tomorrow Thursday, February 14th in homeroom classes.

For any additional scheduling or contact information please visit our school website.

Resurrection Newswire: Calling All Youth: We Need to Hear Your Voices!!

Calling All Children & Youth: We Need to Hear Your Voices!!!

Dear Parents / Guardians, Children & Youth…

We need your help!

Last year the Federal Government launched the “Smart Cities Challenge”, a national competition that encourages communities to come up with innovative technology solutions to their most pressing challenge. The top prize is $50 million!!!

Waterloo Region entered the contest with a focus on healthy children and youth. We want to make our community THE BEST in Canada for kids.

And we were chosen one of just five Canadian communities to compete for the award!

To help us win the $50 million, we are asking you (should you choose to participate) to assist your child(ren) in signing a special petition urging the competition judges to recognize the participation and support we have from local young people to win the smart cities challenge.

The petition is open to ALL children and youth up to age 18 and is […]

Rez News- December 2018

Message from our Leadership Team

by Chris Woodcroft

Christmas Edition

As we prepare ourselves for the coming of Emmanuel and the opportunity to gather with our own families we also take this occasion to thank our entire community for a wonderful first few months at Resurrection Catholic Secondary School.  Students are now heading into their final month of the first semester and before you know it we will be heading into final evaluations.  Outside the classroom our school is fortunate to have a phenomenal Student Activities Council (SAC) that provide our students with numerous engaging and fun activities that continue to elevate the spirit of our community.  This past week in particular all the Christmas festivities have brought cheer to many faces.

The co-curricular opportunities continue with the fall athletics season reaching the mid point and having just completed our Live Art and Christmas Arts Night where our Music and Vocal students […]

Rez News – Pathways Night

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.

Pathways_2018-Final

Pathways Handout – Nov 14 2018 – FINAL

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!

 

Rez News – Emergency Response Follow Up

Good day,

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.

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