Rez Newswire – June Edition

Message from our Leadership Team

by Chris Woodcroft

Another wonderful year at Resurrection has come to a close.  Congratulations to all our students who have successfully completed another phenomenal year both inside and outside the classroom.  June is a month of celebrating and gratitude.  We had an opportunity to showcase our amazing student at the Year End Awards Assembly, Arts Night, Coming Together Event, Relay for Life, Athletic Banquet and or our 2019 Graduation!  The amazing work these groups of students have put forth and contributed to the Resurrection community is remarkable!  Thank you to all our staff who have given up so much of their personal time to assist all our students beyond the classroom experience.  Thank you to our Resurrection Catholic School Advisory Council (Parent Council) who have dedicated an enormous amount of energy and enthusiasm creating a wonderful atmosphere where all parent voices are heard and respected.  […]


On Monday, June 17th – Wednesday June 19th students who wrote their OSSLT will be able to access their results in our Student Success Center.  Students may come to Room 109 at lunch or after school only to receive their official letter from EQAO which will outline their final mark.  Students are required to achieve a mark of 300  to be successful. If EQAO results are not picked up prior to the exam period, remaining letters will be distributed with report cards. Grade 10 students who were not successful will have an opportunity to write again next year, or consider taking the Ontario Literacy Course in Summer School.  Grade 11 students who were not successful will either be scheduled into the Ontario Literacy Course next year, or can register for Summer School.  Should students have any questions/concerns they are encouraged to come to Room 109 and speak to one […]

Rez Newswire Updates

Heath Canada’s Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey

Our school has been chosen to take part in Health Canada’s 2018/2019 Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS). CSTADS asks students questions about tobacco, alcohol, cannabis and other drug use, bullying, and sleep behaviour. In Ontario, the survey will be implemented by the University of Waterloo.

On May 21, 2019, students in grades 9 to 12 with parental permission will take part in the survey. The school will receive school-specific results and a $100 honorarium by participating in the survey.
Please visit the project at for more information or call 1-800-667-1804 x 1-30140.


Please read the following important safety message.

Resurrection Safety around Train Tracks

Rez Newswire – Easter Weekend

“May you and your family be blessed as you celebrate the true meaning of Easter, from the reflection of Good Friday to the joy of Easter Sunday and the promise of eternal life. May your life be blessed with joy and prosperity. Easter is a wonderful day to celebrate all Christ has done for us”.

We hope you have a blessed Easter weekend.




Newswire- March 2019

Practice Your Cannabis Talk– For Parents

“Talking with your teen about cannabis may seem hard, but what you say does have an impact”.  To ensure you’re prepared, practice live with our kids before speaking with yours.

An expert will also be on hand to provide advice and help guide you through the discussion.
See you soon!

Facebook Live Event Dates
April 16 at 7:30 pm Dimitri + Dr. William Barakett
May 14 at 7:30 pm Ethan + Dr. Richard Bélanger
June 11 at 7:30 pm Dimitri + Dr. Richard Bélanger
July 16 at 7:30 pm Talyssa + Dr. William Barakett

Participating experts:

Anne Élizabeth Lapointe
Executive Director of the Centre québécois de lutte aux dépendances et de la Maison Jean Lapointe, Anne Élizabeth has implemented several prevention programs, in addition to publishing many articles and studies.

Dr. William Barakett
A family doctor, researcher and President the Quebec Cannabis Registry, Dr. Barakett is a respected expert in the field of addiction treatment.

Dr. Richard Bélanger
Pediatrician Dr. Bélanger […]