COVID-19 Advisories

Parents, students and staff have an understandable interest in knowing when a COVID-19 positive case has been identified in their school.

In accordance with guidance from the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health, this page will be updated as required with information regarding confirmed cases of COVID-19 involving a student or staff member in a school setting.

In the interests of privacy, information provided here will not identify the student(s) or staff member(s) that have received a positive COVID-19 test.

In the event that Region of Waterloo Public Health advises the Waterloo Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) that a class, cohort or school should be closed for a period of time, parents, students and staff will be notified immediately.

Confirmed Cases in School

The information here will be updated upon notification of confirmed cases by Region of Waterloo Public Health.

Date Staff or Student
October 24, 2020 Student (1)

St. Isidore Report Card Pick-Up

This message is for all families who have a child currently attending St. Isidore:

Report cards have finally arrived for pick-up! 


Parents are welcome during these specified days and times:

  • Wednesday, February 24

Wear PINK on Wednesday, February 23rd!

Wear pink tomorrow to show your support for Anti-Bullying Day, a.k.a, Kindness Day! If you don’t have pink, wear any shade of red or wear any shirt that has a positive, inclusive message!


Tiny Homes Lenten Fundraising Project!

As part of our Lenten Activities, Saint John Paul II will be helping to fight local homelessness by committing to fund the building of two Tiny Houses.

A Better Tent City is a community created to

**New Screening and Isolation Protocols

As per the Letter that came out yesterday from WCDSB, we would like to highlight some new changes that are very important and may impact your family.

Screening:  Staff and students continue to be required to

Important COVID-19 Updates from Our Director

Dear Saint John Paul II SUNS families,

Please read the letter attached with updates from our Director of Education Loretta Notten on these important topics:

  • Screening
  • Isolation Requirements
  • Targeted Testing
  • March Break
  • Elementary Transition Survey
  • Graduation

WCDSB 2021-2022 Budget Survey

The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is seeking your input for the 2021-2022 Budget Survey.

The questions and links are here:

1. Understanding that the Board priorities are intended to support Graduation rates, Well-Being and Faith Formation.

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