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Welcome to Saint John Paul II


  • March 23 we will be celebrating Earth Hour and “shutting down the electricity” for the last hour.
  • Parents, please consider coming to hear the guest speaker Drew Hayden Taylor on March 28 from 6:30-8:30.
  • We had a Fire Drill March 7, 2017, great job Suns!
  • Good luck to our Girls Basketball & Boys Volleyball. They are both in finals this week.
  • November 21-25 is our Be a Friend Week – many anti-bullying activities are happening!
  • Please discuss appropriate playground activities with your child.
  • Please do not throw rocks and do not climb/shake the trees.
  • Reminder to leave all toys at home.
  • SAY HI DAY– Thursday September 22, 2016 Building a strong, caring, community is one of our most effective crime prevention tools. The Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council’s Say Hi Day Campaign nurtures a sense of caring and belonging in our community and encourages people to get to know others by saying hi.
  • SNEAK PEEK -Wednesday, August 31,  2016 from 10 a.m – 6 p.m. Simply drop into the school and pick up your registration documents. 
  • SUMMER SKILLS BUILDER – for all students entering grades 7, 8 & 9. This program helps students to continue to develop literacy, numeracy and organizational skills for the coming school year. Offered July 4 – 15 in the mornings. To register click here:
  • 2016 HEADSTART to Grade 9 – Focus on group activities for Grade 8 students entering a WCDSB Secondary School in September. Learn about: study skills, managing timetables and keys to success. Meet school and student leaders and get support for the transition to Secondary School. To register click here: 
  • Walk to School Wednesdays! Walk or ride the bus if you are eligible to school on Wednesdays and every day for the chance to win fabulous prizes!
  • New Health and Physical Education Curriculum resources are available for parents from the Institute for Catholic Education:

WCDSB Updates

Message from the Administration…

During the season of Lent, we travel with Jesus on a journey.

We spend time with him in the desert. We talk with him through the towns and villages of Judea, on his way to Jerusalem.

We stand at the foot of the cross, and later, at the empty tomb….

Lent gives us an opportunity to pause and reflect on Jesus’ journey and on own journey in faith.

We have focused our attention on improving ourselves.

We have asked the students to pick one aspect that they would like to improve on, something they want to get better at or something they want to give up.

This has become their focus for Lent.  May we continue to grow and learn from Jesus during this Lenten season.



Rod Eckert and Sherry MacDonald