Important Update – RCSS Students and Families

Good afternoon Resurrection Catholic Secondary School Students and Families,


As you may have heard, the Minister of Education recently announced schools will remain closed until May 1st with students returning on May 4th (at this point).


This was not a surprise but still difficult to hear!  At this point we are moving to our Phase II of ‘Learning from Home’ and we have the confidence that we will be able to deliver your curriculum (the Big Ideas/enduring expectations) moving forward beginning on Monday, April 6th.


Please click here for a letter from Loretta Notten, Director and Bill Conway, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Waterloo Catholic District School Board highlighting the recent announcement and the implications it has on all of us.


We are currently working on a distribution plan for all those students who requested a Chromebook and we will communicate that shortly.


The Board is also working on a platform that

Important Update – RCSS Students

We are touching base to let you know that  classes will resume soon in some form of distance learning.  Teachers have been reaching out over the past days to all of their students to find out if Resurrection student(s) in your family have a means to stay connected through a device and/or internet access and to share this message about distance learning.


Students are reminded to please check any online learning environments (Google Classroom, D2L) and student/parent email for updates from their teachers. Please respond as soon as you are able to let them know you received their message and please share this message with other RCSS students.


We are all working to adapt to the unprecedented conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a student in need of support, please talk to an adult family member or trusted adult or connect with the resources below:


Phone Numbers:


Here 24 Seven (Crisis


The Waterloo Catholic District School Board has launched a new online campaign called #STEAMDays to assist parents in keeping their children engaged and learning as we work our way through the unprecedented COVID-19 shutdown.


Please view the attached VIDEO to learn more.


In times like these, it is vital for one and all to come together – and #STEAMDays will provide a convenient platform for parents and educators alike to share ideas, resources and fun ways to keep the learning process going.


As ideas are shared, we will gather some of them and post via our website:


Any assistance your organization can provide in helping communicate #STEAMDays would be most appreciated.


Please visit on social media via:


Twitter: @WCDSBNewswire #STEAMDays


Facebook: @wcdsb #STEAMDays


Instagram: @waterloocdsb #STEAMDays